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By Buck Ringgold

Last week, a multitude of high school girls basketball teams across the state took part in tournament action.

For the top three teams in last week's SBLive Oklahoma Top 25 rankings, each was able to survive its respective tournament and continue its string of wins. A few other squads also saw their stock rise after first-place finishes.

Here now is this week's SBLive Oklahoma Top 25 high school girls basketball rankings.

1. Edmond North (14-0)

The Lady Huskies continue their undefeated run following last weekend's Jenks-Union Invitational title. North beat an emerging Sand Springs squad, 56-32, in the semifinals before defeating a highly ranked Tulsa Union team, 43-26, for the title. The Lady Huskies return home Tuesday to face crosstown foe Deer Creek and will travel to Southmoore on Friday.

2. Choctaw (13-0)

Choctaw also took care of business during last weekend's John Nobles Tournament in Moore. The Lady Yellowjackets got past Midwest City, 41-37, in the semifinals and then downed Kansas power Bishop Miege, 53-43, for the title. This week, Choctaw is home, playing Putnam City North on Tuesday and Putnam City on Friday.

3. Tuttle (12-1)

Tuttle started the week by scoring at least 72 points in its first two games. The Lady Tigers were held to 20 points on Saturday, but it was enough to hold off Jones, a 20-16 win in the championship game of the Jones Tournament. Tuttle returns home Tuesday to face Blanchard and then travels to Elgin on Friday.

4. Classen SAS (14-1)

The Lady Comets haven't played since scoring 99 points in a win against Northwest Classen on Jan. 14. They will play again on Tuesday, a crosstown jaunt to face John Marshall.

5. Putnam City West (11-3)

PC West will play its first game since Jan. 11 on Tuesday, a home game with Midwest City. The Lady Patriots then host Putnam City on Thursday and head to Ponca City on Friday.

6. Bixby (11-3)

The Lady Spartans have won eight of their last nine ballgames, the latest a 65-39 win at Bartlesville on Jan. 18. Bixby will be at home this week for a pair of games, taking on Sand Springs Tuesday and then facing Owasso on Friday.

7. Midwest City Carl Albert (12-2)

Carl Albert wasn't able to win its Titan Classic over the weekend, as the Lady Titans fell to Edmond Memorial, 68-49, in the championship game. Thursday, Carl Albert is at home against Tulsa Central and will travel to Piedmont on Friday.

8. Sapulpa (10-4)

In a matchup between 5A contenders, the Lady Chieftains were edged by El Reno, 53-51, in the semifinals of the Shawnee Invitational. Sapulpa then defeated another top 5A contender, with a 62-55 win against McAlester for third place. Tuesday, the Lady Chieftains are at home to take on Bartlesville and will head to Sand Springs on Friday.

9. Tulsa Union (10-3)

The Lady Redhawks began the week with three straight wins, including a 44-27 win against Putnam City North in the semifinals of the Jenks-Union Invitational. But in the title game, Union lost to No. 1 ranked Edmond North, 43-26. This week, Union travels to face Owasso on Tuesday and will be at Muskogee on Friday.

10. Hydro-Eakly (17-0)

The Lady Bobcats continue their roll after winning the West Central Tournament over the weekend, beating Calumet (55-37) for the championship. Hydro-Eakly then returned to the court Monday and posted a 60-33 home win against Lookeba-Sickles. The Lady Bobcats continue their home stand the rest of the week, facing Minco and Calumet on Tuesday and Friday, respectively.

11. Lincoln Christian (11-2)

The Lady Bulldogs will play for the first time since Jan. 8 by playing three home games. They face Victory Christian on Tuesday, Metro Christian on Thursday and Cascia Hall the following night.

12. Norman (12-3)

Could the defending 6A champs be hitting their stride? The Lady Tigers have won six of their past seven games, with the only loss in that stretch coming to No. 1 Edmond North. Norman blazed through the Bruce Gray Invitational with three double-digit wins, the latter 59-43 against Stillwater for the title. Those two teams play again Tuesday, which will be in Stillwater.

13. Holland Hall (12-2)

The Dutch have now reeled off five straight wins, capped by a 58-40 win against Edmond Santa Fe in the title game of the Newcastle Tournament. Holland Hall is back at home Tuesday to take on Cascia Hall.

14. Mustang (13-3)

Mustang has now won 11 of its last 13 ballgames, with its two losses both coming to No. 1 Edmond North. The Lady Broncos had a big showing at the Shawnee Invitational over the weekend, posting a 51-32 semifinal win against McAlester and a 47-32 win against El Reno for the title. Mustang is now off until Friday, a road game at Moore.

15. El Reno (11-3)

El Reno edged Sapulpa, 53-51, in the semifinals of the Shawnee Tournament but lost, 47-32, to Mustang for the title. The Lady Indians are at home Tuesday to take on Kingfisher and will travel to Del City on Friday.

16. Pocola (15-0)

The Lady Indians faced longtime nemesis Howe for the LeFlore County Tournament championship on Saturday and ended the Lady Lions' streak of seven straight county titles with an epic 66-65 overtime win. Pocola now has a pair of road games this week, Heavener on Tuesday and Talihina on Friday.

17. Midwest City (9-4)

The Lady Bombers had a big overtime win against Broken Arrow, 53-47, in the semifinals of the John Nobles Tournament in Moore. Midwest City then lost, 41-37, to No. 2 Choctaw for the title. The Lady Bombers go to Putnam City West on Tuesday and return home Friday to face Enid.

18. McAlester (12-3)

McAlester dropped back-to-back games against two highly ranked squads in the Shawnee Tournament. The Lady Buffs lost to Mustang (51-32) in the semifinals and then fell to Sapulpa (62-55) for third place. Tuesday, McAlester returns home to face Ada and then will head to Broken Bow on Friday.

19. Weatherford (13-2)

The Lady Eagles had one game last week, a 73-14 win against Altus on Jan. 18. Weatherford returns to action Tuesday at Elgin and is back home on Friday to face Chickasha.

20. Howe (12-4)

Howe's run of seven straight LeFlore County Tournament titles was ended on Saturday in a 66-65 overtime loss to Pocola. The Lady Lions have home games Friday and Saturday against Red Oak and Whitesboro, respectively.

21. Sand Springs (12-1)

The Lady Sandites' unbeaten season was ended by No. 1 Edmond North in the Jenks-Union Invitational semifinals before they bounced back with a 50-33 win against Putnam City North for third place. Sand Springs has another challenging week, going to Bixby on Tuesday before returning home Friday to face Sapulpa.

22. Tahlequah (14-2)

The Lady Tigers, who reached the 5A title game last season, is starting to make noise as a 6A school this season. They've now won seven straight games, capped by three wins to take the Catoosa Port City Classic, including a 67-41 win against Owasso for the title. The Lady Tigers are at home Tuesday against Coweta and travel to Glenpool on Friday.

23. Lomega (15-3)

Lomega is coming off a first-place finish at the Cherokee Strip Tournament, beating Kremlin-Hillsdale on Saturday, 61-26. This week, the Lady Raiders are at home Tuesday against Medford, travel to Timberlake on Thursday and return home Friday to take on Luther.

24. Perry (13-2)

Though the week started with a road loss to Frontier on Jan. 17, the Lady Maroons ended it with an impressive run to the Cashion County Line Tournament title. They beat 4A Clinton, 51-36, in the semifinals and then used a last-second basket to edge 2A contender Dale in the finals, 38-36. Perry is at home Tuesday to take on Newkirk and home again Thursday against Riverside.

25. Okarche (19-2)

Okarche reached the title game of the Coyle Tournament before falling, 55-52, to Watonga. On Tuesday, Okarche returns home to face Crescent.