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SBLive Oklahoma Top 25 boys basketball rankings: Del City continues reign at No. 1 as all teams now involved in postseason action

Here now are this week's SBLive Oklahoma Top 25 high school boys basketball rankings.

In the final week of regular-season high school boys basketball, several highly ranked teams took a tumble.

The No. 1 team in the SBLive Oklahoma high school boys basketball rankings was also on the ropes, but needed a buzzer-beating shot to keep momentum going heading to the start of regional play later this week.

Due to the threat of winter weather this week, postseason games will now resume on Friday and continue through Monday.

Here now are this week's SBLive Oklahoma Top 25 high school boys basketball rankings.

1. Del City (19-3)

The Eagles finished the regular season by winning 16 straight games. That was punctuated by a 49-46 win at Midwest City Carl Albert on Feb. 18, as Damarious Vealy hit a 3-point basket at the buzzer. Del City now gets set for its 5A regional at home Saturday, taking on Guymon.

2. Tulsa Memorial (21-1)

Since falling to Del City in the Tournament of Champions title game in late December, the Chargers reeled off eight straight wins. They now start postseason play on Saturday at home, taking on East Central in the first round of the 5A regionals.

3. Kingfisher (22-1)

Also riding an eight-game winning streak are the Yellowjackets. They made it eight straight on Feb. 19 with a 74-44 win at home against Harrah in the 4A districts. Kingfisher is back in action Friday with a regional semifinal at home against Woodward.

4. Tulsa Booker T. Washington (20-2)

The Hornets' 10-game winning streak came to an end on Feb. 18 when they fell at home to Owasso, 67-60. BTW now will regroup and return to action Saturday as the Hornets host Ponca City in the opening round of the 6A regionals.

5. Victory Christian (19-3)

On Feb. 18, the Conquerors began postseason play with a 67-40 win against Dewey in the 4A districts, giving Victory nine straight wins. The Conquerors will face Inola in Friday's regional semifinals at Tulsa Webster.

6. Dale (23-2)

Though the Pirates' 18-game winning streak ended on Feb. 14 with a 54-39 loss to Cashion, Dale bounced back on Feb. 19 with a 73-39 win against Colbert in the 2A districts. The Pirates will be at home Friday, taking on Tishomingo in the regional semifinals.

7. Oklahoma City Southeast (18-2)

The Spartans closed out the regular season on Feb. 18 with an 82-46 win against Santa Fe South, giving them nine straight wins heading to the postseason. Southeast will play at home Saturday against Duncan in the opening round of the 5A regionals.

8. Midwest City (16-7)

One team riding a wave of momentum entering the playoffs is the Bombers. They had a strong week, winning 52-40 at Ponca City on Feb. 15 and then getting a 67-64 home win three nights later against Putnam City West. The Bombers now get set to play at home on Saturday, taking on Santa Fe South in the opening round of the 5A regionals.

9. Edmond Memorial (19-4)

The Bulldogs lost to city rival Edmond North on Feb. 15 before coming back on Feb. 18 with a 40-30 win at Norman. Memorial returns home on Saturday to face Putnam City in the opening round of the 6A regionals.

10. Edmond North (18-5)

North got a 51-46 win on Feb. 15 at city rival Edmond Memorial. But on Feb. 18, the Huskies dropped a 51-49 decision to their other city rival, Edmond Santa Fe, which hit a shot at the buzzer. North is at home Saturday to face Capitol Hill in the opening round of the 6A regionals.

11. Jenks (18-5)

On Feb. 15, the Trojans dropped a home game to Tulsa Union, 71-59. But they bounced back with two road wins on consecutive nights; beating Bartlesville on Feb. 17 (56-52) and Bixby the next night (70-61). Jenks returns home on Saturday to open the 6A regionals against Enid.

12. Midwest City Carl Albert (17-6)

Carl Albert ended the regular season with two losses in its last three games, the latter a 49-46 decision at home to Del City on Feb. 18. The Titans now reset themselves for the postseason, as they are at home Saturday to welcome in Altus in the opening round of the 5A regionals.

13. Broken Arrow (16-5)

The Tigers are getting hot at the right time. They have won four straight entering the postseason, punctuated by home wins against Sand Springs on Feb. 15 (55-37) and Tulsa Union three nights later (89-49). Broken Arrow will play Bixby in Owasso on Saturday in the opening round of the 6A regionals.

14. Hydro-Eakly (23-3)

Make it 14 straight wins for the Bobcats after picking up a pair of Class A regional wins, beating Sterling in the semifinals (81-32) and then Carnegie for the regional title (50-35). Hydro-Eakly now plays for an area title and a trip to state on Saturday as the Bobcats face Cyril in Cache.

15. Putnam City West (17-5)

The Patriots' six-game winning streak ended in their regular-season finale, a 67-64 loss at Midwest City on Feb. 18. PC West now regroups and will begin the 6A regionals at home Saturday, taking on Sand Springs.

16. Alva (22-2)

Alva opened the postseason with a 72-16 win against Blackwell on Feb. 19 in the 3A districts, also the Goldbugs' sixth straight win. They resume play on Friday with a regional semifinal at Hennessey.

17. Putnam City North (15-4)

The Panthers finished the regular season with three straight wins, including 63-49 at home against Choctaw on Feb. 18. PC North is at home again on Saturday; this time taking on Yukon in the opening round of the 6A regionals.

18. Collinsville (19-3)

A 62-54 loss at Bishop Kelley on Feb. 18 ended an 11-game winning streak for the Cardinals. Collinsville now resets for the playoffs, with the Cardinals returning home on Saturday to face Sapulpa in the first round of the 5A regional tournament.

19. Pocola (23-1)

On Feb. 19, the Indians began postseason play with a 54-23 win at home against Central Sallisaw in the 2A districts. It was also Pocola's 19th straight win. The Indians now go for 20 straight wins on Friday, a regional semifinal at Colcord.

20. Oklahoma Christian School (19-5)

The Saints lost at Bethany on Feb. 15, 55-52, in their regular season finale. However, they returned home on Feb. 19 and picked up a 58-43 win against Cascia Hall in the 3A districts. OCS will play at Kiefer on Friday in the regional semifinals.

21. Oklahoma Union (21-3)

It's now 11 straight wins and counting for the defending 2A champions. The Cougars picked up a 46-28 win against Afton in the 2A district playoffs on Feb. 19. Friday, they return to action with a home game against Ketchum in the regional semifinals.

22. Heritage Hall (14-6)

Heritage Hall is 4-0 in the month of February. The Chargers' latest win was on Feb. 19, a 78-42 triumph against Harding Charter in the 4A districts. The Chargers are at home Friday, taking on Plainview in the regional semifinals.

23. Moore (16-6)

The Lions lost at Mustang on Feb. 15, 62-46, before coming back three nights later with a 74-50 win against Southmoore to finish the regular season. Moore is at home again on Saturday, taking on U.S. Grant in the opening round of the 6A regionals.

24. Roff (24-2)

Roff picked up a pair of wins at its Class B regional last week, beating Lookeba-Sickles (38-31) and Big Pasture (46-32) for the regional title. The Tigers go for a trip to next week's Class B state tournament when they play in their area championship game on Saturday, taking on Duke in Chickasha.

25. Oklahoma City Millwood (16-6)

The Falcons posted a 75-42 win against Holdenville in the 3A district playoffs on Feb. 19. They will play again on Friday with a regional semifinal at Morris.