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Liberal Boys Cross Country Ranked Third

KSCB News - September 2, 2009 12:00 am

Boys

1A

1.

Ness City (84)

2.

Tribune – Greeley County (69)

3.

Pretty Prairie (43)

4.

Goessel (37)

5.

South Gray (32)

6.

Stafford (14)

7.

Haviland (13)

8.

Centralia (11)

Others: Frankfort 9, Grainfield-Wheatland 2, Quinter 2, Pike Valley 1

2A

1.

Berean Academy (53)

2.

Stanton County (49)

3.

Jackson Heights (35)

4.

Maranatha Academy (20)

5.

Peabody-Burns (17)

6.

Minneapolis (15)

7.

Meade (14)

8.

Olpe (5)

Others: Republic County 3, Sacred Heart 2, Washington County 1

3A

1.

Holcomb (84)

2.

Ellsworth (60)

3.

Southeast of Saline (55)

4.

Riley County (50)

5.

Kansas City Christian (24)

6.

Sterling (23)

7.

Hutchinson-Trinity (11)

8.

Herington (9)

Others: Lakin 7, Silver Lake 6, Wellsville 3, Hillsboro 3, Norton 1

4A

1.

Mulvane (101)

2.

Baldwin (88)

3.

Wamego (80)

4.

Desoto (63)

5.

Santa Fe Trail (27)

6.

Paola (23)

7.

Iola (12)

8.

Hiawatha (10)

El Dorado (10)

Others: Clay Center 7, Circle 5, Concordia 3, Pratt 3, Abilene 3, Ulysses 3, Tonganoxie 2, St. James Academy 1

5A

1.

Topeka West (47)

2.

Bishop Carroll (42)

3.

Liberal (34)

McPherson (34)

5.

Emporia (31)

6.

Kapaun Mt. Carmel (27)

7.

Gardner-Edgerton (20)

8.

Great Bend (15)

Others: St. Thomas Aquinas 1

6A

1.

Shawnee Mission Northwest (49)

2.

Lawrence (47)

3.

Washburn Rural (37)

4.

Olathe East (25)

5.

Manhattan (23)

6.

Blue Valley West (10)

7.

Shawnee Mission North (6)

Derby (6)

Others: SM West 5, SMS 5, Haysville Campus 3, Wichita NW 3, Lawrence Free State 1, Maize 1

 

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