NAQT Oklahoma State Championship
The NAQT Oklahoma State Championship is an annual tournament held in Oklahoma. It is the main alternative to the non-pyramidal OSSAA State Championship. Until 2005, the Boren Cup at the University of Oklahoma doubled as the NAQT state tournament; after its establishment as an independent event, it was hosted annually by Oklahoma State University 2005 to 2015. Stewardship over the tournament has since been taken over by Tracey Hickman, and it has used multiple hosts, including the University of Central Oklahoma, the University of Oklahoma, and Norman High School.
Results by Year
Edmond Memorial, Edmond Santa Fe, and Norman North have each won the tournament four times; Booker T. Washington, Yukon, and Jenks have each won twice, while Mustang, Norman, and Stillwater have each won once.
- Some tournaments ended in an unbroken tie for second or third place. Such ties are listed on this page in order of Points Per Game, with the tying position indicated by each team's name.
- The 2007 State Championship featured a separate division for small schools. Hilldale won the small school title, followed by Drummond in second and Haileyville and Oktaha in joint third. The field size listed reflects the total number of schools participating in both the large and small school divisions; the large school division featured nine teams, while the small school division featured eight.
- While there was no separate small school division in 2015, a separate small school title was awarded to Drummond, with Hilldale and Little Axe placing in joint second.
- A suitable host location for the 2019 state championship could not be found in time, so no tournament was held that year.