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GIRLS RANKINGS
 
6A Girls
1 - Wichita South
2 - Maize
3 - Olathe South
4 - Blue Valley North
5 - Manhattan
6 - Blue Valley
7 - Washburn Rural
8 - SM Northwest
9 - Olathe Northwest
10 - Topeka High
 
5A Girls
1. Kapaun
2. Aquinas
3. Salina Central
4. Leavenworth
5. Seaman
6. Carroll
7. Eisenhower
8. Great Bend
9. Blue Valley Southwest
10. Valley Center
 
4A D1-Girls
1.   Wamego
2.   Fort Scott
3.   Paola
4.   Bishop Miege
5.   Topeka Hayden
6.   Andover Central
7.   McPherson
8.   Independence
9.   Ottawa
10. Buhler
 
4A D2-Girls
1.   Santa Fe Trail
2.   Hugoton
3.   Burlington
4.   Pratt
5.   Frontenac
6.   Goodland
7.   Clearwater
8.   Concordia
9.   Columbus
10. Russell
 
3A Girls
1:  Hesston
2:  Riley Co.
3:  Holcomb
4:   Marysville
5:  Douglass
6:  Cimarron
7:  Council Grove
8:  Cherryvale
9:  Caney Valley
10:  Sabetha
 
2A Girls
1.  Hillsboro
2.  Jeff Co. North
3.  Sterling
4.  Remington
5.  Olpe
6.  Washington Co.
7.  Moundridge
8.  Central Plains
9.  Ellinwood
10. Meade
 
1A-Div 1-Girls
1.   Hoxie
2.   Valley Hts
3.   Spearville
4.   Osborne
5.   Centre
6.   Linn
7.   MDCV-Melvern
8.   Victoria
9.   Waverly
10. Thunder Ridge
 
1A-Div 2- Girls
1    B & B -Baileyville
2    Dighton
3    Norwich
4    Wilson
5    Triplains/Brewster
6    Ingalls
7    Golden Plains
8    Moscow
9    Cunningham
10   Ashland
 
 
BOYS RANKINGS
 
6A Boys
1. Blue Valley NW
2. SM South
3. Wichita East
4. Olathe East
5. Lawrence High
6. Olathe North
7. Wichita SE
8. Blue Valley North
9. SM East
10. SM Northwest
 
5A Boys
1.  Topeka Highland Park
2.  Goddard Eisenhower
3.   Hays
4.   Lansing
5.  Wichita Heights
6.  Leavenworth
7.  Maize South
8.   Salina Central
9.   Shawnee Hts.
10.  Newton
 
4A-Div 1-Boys
1  McPherson
2. Baldwin
3. Coffeyville
4. Basehor Linwood
5. KC Piper
6. Ottawa
7. ElDorado
8. Labette County
9. Spring Hill
10. Paola
 
4A-Div 2-Boys
1 Andale
2 Scott City
3 Holton
4 Concordia
5 Wichita Trinity
6 Eudora
7 Royal Valley
8 Columbus
9 Burlington
10 Larned
 
3A Boys
1. Hesston
2. Eureka
3. Beloit
4. Sabetha
5. Holcomb
6. Council Grove
7. Nemaha Valley
8. Wichita Collegiate
9. Humboldt
10.Silver Lake
 
2A Boys
1. St. John
2. Olpe
3. Moundridge
4. Central Plains
5. Pitt Colgan
6. Meade
7. Hillsboro
8. Oswego
9. Plainville
10. Valley Falls
 
1A-Div 1-Boys
1.   MDCV-Melvern
2.   Fairfield
3.   Valley Heights
4.   Centralia
5.   Hoxie
6.   Stockton
7.   Udall
8.   LaCrosse
9.   Hanover
10. Victoria
 
1A-Div 2-Boys
1.   Wallace County
2.   St.Johns-Tipton
3.   Fowler
4.   South Barber
5.   B&B-Baileyville
6.   Ashland
7.   Sylvan-Lucas
8.   Otis-Bison
9.   Attica
10. Axtell

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