Claremore jumped four spots in the Oklahoma high school AP Poll released Monday afternoon.

The Zebras (1-0), who defeated Bartlesville for the first time in school history -- 40-28 --  checked in at No. 3 in Class 5A after being ranked No. 7 the previous two weeks.

The top team in the poll -- Carl Albert -- once again received all 10 first-place votes.

Bishop Kelley (No. 2), Bishop McGuinness (No. 3), Collinsville (No. 4) and Ardmore (No. 6), which were all ranked ahead of Claremore last week, lost in Week 1, allowing for the Zebras' drastic rise.

Duncan, the only other team ranked ahead of the Zebras this week, rose from No. 5 to No. 2.

Oologah is the only other Rogers County team ranked, coming in at No. 8 in the Class 4A poll. The Mustangs jumped one spot after defeated then-Class 5A No. 4 Collinsville, 13-12.

Next up for Claremore is a date with Class 6A-II No. 6 Sapulpa at Lantow Field in the Zebras' home opener.

The Chieftains are 1-0 after beating Edison, 21-13, on Friday.

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