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Meade Stands Firmly at Number One
09/07/2011

Chris Hardaway, Trevin Wiens, Randy Friesen, Weston Kroth, and Jett Little

September 6, 2011

 

Super 10

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1.  Wichita Heights   

2.  Olathe North

3.  Blue Valley
4.  Manhattan
5.  Hutchinson
6.  McPherson
7.  Dodge City
8.  Olathe East
9.  Emporia
10.Conway Springs
11.Gardner-Edgerton
12.Holton
13.Bishop Miege
14.Hayden
15.Junction City
16.Buhler
17.Wichita Northwest
18.
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20.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

6A

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Manhattan Indians stadium.

6A
1.  Wichita Heights
2.  Olathe North
3.  Manhattan
4.  Dodge City
5.  Olathe East
 
Others:  Junction City, Olathe South, Shawnee Mission East
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

5A

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Gardner-Edgerton Trailblazers taking the field. Photo by Tim McLennan.

 
5A
1.  Blue Valley
2.  Hutchinson
3.  McPherson
4.  Gardner-Edgerton
5.  Bishop Miege
 
Others:   Emporia, Bishop Carroll
 
 

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4A

 

 

Somebody send me a picture of a 4A team.

 
4A
1.  Holton
2.  Buhler
3.  Hayden
4.  Ulysses
5.  Paola
 
 
Others:   Concordia, Hesston, Eudora
 
 
 
 

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3A

 

Casey Smith runs with the ball for the Beloit Trojans. Photo by Cody GIbbens

 
3A
1.  Conway Springs
2.  Silver Lake
3.  Scott City
4.  Garden Plain
5.  Smith Center
 
 
Others:  Wellsville, Rossville, Riley County
 
 

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2A

 

Meade Buffaloes the 2-1A state champions of Kansas in 2010. Photo by Michelle Ross of Prairie Photo Images Blog.

 
2A
1.  Meade
2.  Pittsburg-Colgan
3.  Lacrosse
4.  Stanton County
5.  Olpe
 
Others:  Lyndon, Oakley, Plainville
 
 

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8 Man I

 

Eric Van Loenen of Hill City blocks a punt by Osborne’s Jakob DeMars in the first quarter of the 8-man Division I semifinal between Mid-Continent League rivals Osborne and Hill City in 2010. Photo by David Steinle of Main Street Media Russell.

 
 
8-man I
1.  Madison
2.  Lebo
3.  Macksville
4.  Lakeside
5.  Central-Burden
 
Others:  Pretty Prairie, Osborne, Hill City, South Gray, Hoxie
 
 

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8 Man II

 

Victoria Seniors taking the field for the coin toss in 2009.  Photo by Jordan Robben.

 
 
8-man II
1.  Baileyville B&B
2.  Hanover
3.  Otis-Bison
4.  Ashland
5.  Thunder Ridge
 
 
Others:  Sharon Springs, Hope, Argonia

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