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Kansas Media Team Rankings October 27, 2015

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Another week and another Kansas Media Team Rankings with no changes in the top teams in any classification. Now in the rankings themselves there was a little movement but not much.

The Kansas Media Team will send in their poll one more week and from then on the playoffs will decide who is the number one team in each classification. After the championship games, in late November, the Team will once again send in their rankings. That final ranking poll is to crown a Super Top 10 of All-Classes Champion of Kansas.

The final poll is also to establish who should be in the final top four spots behind the champion of each classification. Sometimes the team that takes second place gets blown out by the champion and the team the champion beat in Sub-State was a very close game so the ranking team will move the second place team down a spot or two.

Over half the football teams in the state will be done with football this coming Thursday and Friday night. That is exactly why we like football so much………….we never get enough of it!

Super Top 10 All-Classes
1.  Lawrence
2.  Wichita Northwest        (trails by 12 points)
3.  Mill Valley
4.  Derby
5.  Bishop Carroll
6.  Topeka
7.  Shawnee Mission East
8.  Bishop Miege
9.  Pittsburg
10.Junction City
11.Buhler
12.Rossville
13.Blue Valley
14.Olathe North
15.Aquinas
16.Garden City
17.
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6A
1. Lawrence                  (12 first place votes)
2. Wichita Northwest  (3 first place votes)
3. Derby
4. Topeka                      (2 first place votes)
5. Shawnee Mission East   (1 first place vote)
Others: Junction City

5A
1. Mill Valley             (11 first place votes)
2. Bishop Carroll     (6 first place votes)
3. Pittsburg              (2 first place votes)
4. Aquinas
5. Bonner Springs
Others: Kapaun, St James

4A D-I
1. Bishop Miege    (14 first place votes)
2. Buhler                (5 first place votes)
3. Hayden
4. Abilene
5. Ulysses
Others: Augusta, Andover Central, Atchison, Fort Scott

4A D-II
1. Columbus         (17 first place votes)
2. Andale               (2 first place vote)
3. Holcomb
4. Osawatomie
5. Wichita Trinity
Others: Frontenac, Holton

3A
1. Rossville           (18 number one votes)
2. Scott City          (1 number one votes)
3. Collegiate
4. Halstead
5. Silver Lake
Others: none

2A
1. Meade                    (18 first place votes)
2. Sedgwick                (1 first place vote)
3. Smith Center
4. Phillipsburg
5. Troy
Others: Mission Valley

8-man D-I
1. Spearville           (9 number one votes)
2. Central Plains   (4 number one votes)
3. Hanover             (6 number one votes)
4. Burlingame
5. West Elk
Others: Solomon, St Francis, Uniontown

8-man D-II
1. Victoria                 (17 number one votes)
2. Wallace County   (2 number one votes)
3. Argonia-Attica
4. Otis-Bison
5. Axtell
Others: Chase

Long time Ranking team members
Joanna Chadwick Wichita Eagle Wichita
Brent Maycock Topeka Capital Journal Topeka
Rich Epp OpenSpacesSports Colby
Justin Fluke KNZA Hiawatha
Kirk Seminoff Wichita Eagle Wichita
Dusty Deines KDNS Beloit
Conor Nichol Northwest Kansas Sports Hays
Jim Misunas Great Bend Tribune Great Bend
Adam Kadavy KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Brock Kappelmann KSCB Liberal
Mike Hammett KSAL Salina
Tim McGonagle KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Tim Hostetter Prep Power Index & Salina Journal
BrettMarshall Garden City Telegram Garden City
Rocky Downing KFRM 550 AM
Mike Smith KMZA Seneca
Eddie Lomshek KKOW Pittsburg
Pat Strathman WIBW Topeka
Bobby Nightengale Lawrence Journal-World Lawrence
Brad Hallier Hutchinson News Hutchinson

Mike Smith Rankings October 25, 2015

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Mike Smith KMZA Seneca Sports Director has been working with the Kansas Media Ranking Team for several years and I believe he was recommended to us by another great sports guy Justin Fluke KNZA Hiawatha.

Super 10

  1. Lawrence
  2. Wichita Northwest
  3. Mill Valley
  4. Topeka
  5. Derby
  6. Bishop Miege
  7. Shawnee Mission East
  8. Blue Valley
  9. Pittsburg
  10. Bishop Carroll

6A

  1. Lawrence (8-0)
  2. Wichita Northwest (8-0)
  3. Topeka (8-0)
  4. Derby (7-1)
  5. Shawnee Mission East (7-1)

5A

  1. Mill Valley (7-1)
  2. Pittsburg (8-0)
  3. Bishop Carroll (7-1)
  4. Bonner Springs (7-1)
  5. St. James Academy (7-1)

4A-DI

  1. Bishop Miege (7-1)
  2. Buhler (8-0)
  3. Hayden (7-1)
  4. Ulysses (7-1)
  5. Abilene (8-0)

4A-DII

  1. Columbus (8-0)
  2. Andale (6-2)
  3. Holcomb (6-2)
  4. Osawatomie (7-1)
  5. Royal Valley (6-2)

3A

  1. Rossville (8-0)
  2. Scott City (8-0)
  3. Halstead (8-0)
  4. Wichita Collegiate (8-0)
  5. Silver Lake (8-0)

2-1A

  1. Meade (8-0)
  2. Sedgwick (8-0)
  3. Smith Center (8-0)
  4. Phillipsburg (6-2)
  5. Troy (7-1)

8-Man DI

  1. Hanover (8-0)
  2. Spearville (8-0)
  3. Central Plains (7-1)
  4. Solomon (8-0)
  5. Burlingame (8-0)

8-Man DII

  1. Victoria (7-0)
  2. Wallace County (8-0)
  3. Argonia-Attica (8-0)
  4. Otis-Bison (8-0)
  5. Axtell (7-1)

Kansas Media Team Rankings October 21, 2015

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Not much has changed since last weeks rankings. We still have the same 8 leaders all across the board. One of the things that changes each week is how many of the guys in the ranking team actually send in their rankings. We all have real jobs and schedules and it is understandable that due to their real life schedules it is not possible to meet deadlines for the fun stuff. These rankings are the fun stuff in our Kansas Media Ranking teams lives.

Most of the time we get around 14 to 15 of the guys and gals to send me their rankings. Sometimes we get everyone to send them in on time. It takes me a considerable amount of time to then add these rankings up and then I need to find time in my fun schedule, before I can get the rankings on. That is why sometimes we have them on the website Tuesday mornings and sometimes they have to wait until Wednesday sometime.

Anyway, we hope you enjoy the rankings and our collective thoughts. If you know the ranking team members please tell them thank you for their effort in making these Kansas Media Team Rankings possible.

Super Top 10 All-Classes
1.  Lawrence
2.  Wichita Northwest        (trails by 9 points)
3.  Mill Valley
4.  Topeka
5.  Derby
6.  Bishop Carroll
7.  Bishop Miege
8.  Shawnee Mission East
9.  Garden City
10.Pittsburg
11.Junction City
12.Buhler
13.Rossville

6A
1. Lawrence                  (11 first place votes)
2. Wichita Northwest  (2 first place votes)
3. Derby
4. Topeka                      (2 first place votes)
5. Shawnee Mission East
Others: Junction City, Garden City

5A
1. Mill Valley             (10 first place votes)
2. Bishop Carroll     (4 first place votes)
3. Pittsburg              (1 first place votes)
4. Bonner Springs
5. Aquinas
Others: Maize South, St James

4A D-I
1. Bishop Miege    (12 first place votes)
2. Buhler                (3 first place votes)
3. Hayden
4. Abilene
5. Andover Central
Others: Augusta, Ulysses

4A D-II
1. Columbus         (14 first place votes)
2. Andale               (1 first place vote)
3. Holcomb
4. Royal Valley
5. Osawatomie
Others: Wichita Trinity

3A
1. Rossville           (13 number one votes)
2. Scott City          (2 number one votes)
3. Collegiate
4. Halstead
5. Silver Lake
Others: none

2A
1. Meade                    (14 first place votes)
2. Sedgwick                (trails by 17 points)
3. Smith Center         (one first place vote)
4. Phillipsburg
5. Troy
Others: Mission Valley

8-man D-I
1. Spearville           (5 number one votes)
2. Central Plains   (5 number one votes)
3. Hanover             (5 number one votes)
4. Solomon
5. West Elk
Others: Burlingame, Hodgeman Co.

8-man D-II
1. Victoria                 (14 number one votes)
2. Wallace County   (1 number one votes)
3. Argonia-Attica
4. Otis-Bison
5. Axtell
Others: Chase

Long time Ranking team members
Joanna Chadwick Wichita Eagle Wichita
Brent Maycock Topeka Capital Journal Topeka
Rich Epp OpenSpacesSports Colby
Justin Fluke KNZA Hiawatha
Kirk Seminoff Wichita Eagle Wichita
Dusty Deines KDNS Beloit
Conor Nichol Northwest Kansas Sports Hays
Jim Misunas Great Bend Tribune Great Bend
Adam Kadavy KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Brock Kappelmann KSCB Liberal
Mike Hammett KSAL Salina
Tim McGonagle KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Tim Hostetter Prep Power Index & Salina Journal
BrettMarshall Garden City Telegram Garden City
Rocky Downing KFRM 550 AM
Mike Smith KMZA Seneca
Eddie Lomshek KKOW Pittsburg
Pat Strathman WIBW Topeka
Bobby Nightengale Lawrence Journal-World Lawrence
Brad Hallier Hutchinson News Hutchinson

The Truth Hurts

My sophomore and junior year of Scott Community High School football there were so many guys on the football team (just under 90 counting freshman) that coach had a travel squad list. Every Thursday night, as the players went to the practice field, an assistant coach would put up a list on the field house wall of who was going to travel that Friday night to the game on the bus.

So after practice there was always a mad rush of sophomores and juniors to that list to see who was going to get to go to the game and suit up? The freshman never traveled with the varsity in those days.

When your name was not on the travel list, you were disappointed because that meant you were staying home.

The truth hurt.

Early in the football season of my junior year the head coach offered to give me a ride home from practice one night. So I jumped in his pickup and as soon as he started driving he said to me, “You are good enough to start on the varsity team this year, but I have seven seniors at your position and they have been with me for four years, so I need to figure out how to get them in the game. So you will never be a starter on varsity. Next year will be your year.”

The truth hurt.

Jesus as he stood before Pontius Pilate about to be condemned to death on the cross says to Pilate, “I have come to tell the truth.” Jesus was a radical. He was swimming upstream against the current while most of humanity was going against him and it got him killed.

Today, as Christians, we also are called to be different in our generation. What have you done today that separates you from the non-Christians?

Here is something that will make you a radical in your generation.

1 Corinthians 6:9-10 Do you not know that the wrongdoers will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: neither the sexually immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor men who practice homosexuality, nor thieves, nor the greedy, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God.

And the truth hurts.

Conor Nichols Rankings October 19, 2015

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Conor Nichol Northwest Kansas Sports Hays approached me 10 years ago, while he was a sports writer for the Hays Daily News, and asked me if he could be a writer for us at the Kansas Pregame Magazine. I told Conor I thought we could make that happen. Today Conor is one of the best high school sports writers in the state of Kansas.

Conor turns in his rankings ten deep in each classification and also turns them in with 8-man first! I like it. Give the little guys a little more exposure! Keep up the great work Conor!

8-man II
1. Victoria (7-0) W 58-0 Thunder Ridge (LW: 1)
2. Wallace County (7-0) W 54-0 Golden Plains (LW: 2)
3. Argonia-Attica (7-0) W 66-6 Pretty Prairie (LW: 3)
4. Otis-Bison (7-0) W 46-36 Beloit/St. John’s-Tipton (LW: 4)
5. Axtell (6-1) W 22-0 Pike Valley (LW: 6)
6. Ingalls (6-1) W 50-0 Rolla (LW: 8)
7. Chase (7-0) W 52-6 Centre (LW: 9)
8. South Barber (6-1) W 60-36 Caldwell (LW: NR)
9. Pike Valley (5-2) L 22-0 Axtell (LW: 5)
10. Minneola (5-2) W 66-16 Ashland (LW: NR)

8-man I
1. Spearville (7-0) W 54-6 WaKeeney (LW: 1)
2. Central Plains (6-1) W 52-6 Ellinwood (LW: 2)
3. Solomon (7-0) W 60-14 Goessel (LW: 3)
4. Hodgeman County (7-0) W 54-6 South Gray (LW: 4)
5. Burlingame (7-0) W 66-8 Flinthills (LW: 5)
6. Hanover (7-0) W 68-22 Lakeside (LW: 6)
7. St. Francis (7-0) W 68-22 Osborne (LW: 7)
8. South Central (6-1) W 48-0 Pratt Skyline (LW: 8)
9. West Elk (7-0) W 52-6 Udall (LW: 10)
10. Rural Vista (5-2) W 42-30 Peabody-Burns (LW: NR)

Class 2-1A
1. Meade (7-0) W 33-18 Marion (LW: 1)
2. Sedgwick (7-0) W 45-16 Inman (LW: 2)
3. Smith Center (7-0) W 43-8 La Crosse (LW: 3)
4. Phillipsburg (5-2) W 60-6 Republic Co. (LW: 4)
5. Troy (6-1) W 46-19 Doniphan West (LW: 5)
6. Northern Heights (5-2) W 30-0 Herington (LW: 6)
7. Olpe (5-2) W 28-6 Lyndon (LW: NR)
8. Oakley (4-3) W 19-14 Ellis (LW: NR)
9. Jackson Heights (5-1) W 46-8 Onaga (LW: 10)
10. Lyndon (5-2) L 28-6 Olpe (LW: 7)

Class 3A
1. Rossville (7-0) W 63-12 Oskaloosa (LW: 1)
2. Halstead (7-0) W 36-7 Kingman (LW: 2)
3. Collegiate (7-0) W 76-0 Bluestem (LW: 3)
4. Scott City (7-0) W 53-14 Southwestern Heights (LW: 4)
5. Silver Lake (7-0) W 53-9 Osage City (LW: 5)
6. Hoisington (7-0) W 46-0 Ellsworth (LW: 6)
7. Nemaha Central (7-0) W 43-14 Centralia (LW: 7)
8. Garden Plain (7-0) W 12-0 Hutch Trinity (LW: 8)
9. Colgan (5-2) W 52-0 NE-Arma (LW: 10)
10. Washington County (7-0) W 22-18 Riley County (LW: NR)

4A-II
1. Columbus (7-0) W 60-0 Baxter Springs (LW: 1)
2. Andale (5-2) W 59-24 Trinity Academy (LW: 2)
3. Osawatomie (6-1) W 42-20 Prairie View (LW: 3)
4. Holcomb (5-2) W 36-0 Larned (LW: 4)
5. Holton (4-3) W 21-7 Jefferson (LW: 6)
6. Royal Valley (6-1) W 35-21 Perry-Lecompton (LW: 7)
7. Frontenac (5-2) W 34-13 Parsons (LW: 8)
8. Trinity Academy (5-2) L 59-24 Andale (LW: 5)
9. Clay Center (4-3) W 50-14 Goodland (LW: NR)
10. Perry-Lecompton (4-3) L 35-21 Royal Valley (LW: 9)

4A-1
1. Buhler (7-0) W 46-14 Hays (LW: 1)
2. Miege (6-1) W 67-14 Spring Hill (LW: 2)
3. Hayden (6-1) W 38-29 Andover Central (LW: 3)
4. Abilene (7-0) W 26-17 McPherson (LW: 5)
5. Andover Central (5-2) L 38-29 Topeka Hayden (LW: 4)
6. Augusta (6-1) W 39-0 Winfield (LW: 6)
7. Paola (6-1) W 54-14 Labette County (LW: 7)
8. Ulysses (6-1) W 34-31 Mulvane (LW: 8)
9. Louisburg (6-1) W 63-6 KC Sumner (LW: 9)
10. Atchison (7-0) W 30-14 Tonganoxie (LW: 10)

5A
1. Mill Valley (6-1) W 45-14 St. James Academy (LW: 1)
2. Carroll (6-1) W 48-26 Maize (LW: 2)
3. Pittsburg (7-0) W 56-13 BV West (LW: 3)
4. Aquinas (5-2) W 70-7 BV SWest (LW: 4)
5. Maize South (6-1) W 35-16 Valley Center (LW: 6)
6. Bonner Springs (7-0) W 55-15 KC Turner (LW: 7)
7. St. James (6-1) L 45-14 Mill Valley (LW: 5)
8. Heights (5-2) W 35-14 Andover (LW: 8)
9. Kapaun (5-2) W 34-28 Emporia (LW: 9)
10. Goddard (4-3) W 56-15 Liberal (LW: 10)

6A
1. Wichita Northwest (7-0) W 52-33 Dodge City (LW: 1)
2. Lawrence (7-0) W 35-7 Olathe Northwest (LW: 2)
3. Derby (6-1) W 54-14 Campus (LW: 3)
4. Topeka (7-0) W 41-14 Manhattan (LW: 4)
5. Garden City (7-0) W 14-2 Hutchinson (LW: 9)
6. Junction City (7-0) W 64-0 Wichita Southeast (LW: 5)
7. SM East (6-1) W 69-0 KC Harmon (LW: 6)
8. SM West (6-1) W 45-6 SM Northwest (LW: 8)
9. Hutchinson (5-2) L 14-2 Garden City (LW: 7)
10. Free State (4-3) W 35-7 Washburn Rural (LW: NR)

 
Power 10
1. Northwest
2. Lawrence
3. Mill Valley
4. Derby
5. Carroll
6. Topeka
7. Garden City
8. Junction City
9. Buhler
10. Miege
 

 

Kansas Media Rankings October 14, 2015

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There are some really big games every week of the season and this week is no different. As the playoffs quickly approach we will continue to have movement in the rankings as those big games get played each week. We also are starting to see some dark horse contenders in some of the classes that have not had much love from the ranking team. Will those dark horses continue to surprise and continue to win games through the end of the season and into the playoffs? Only time will tell.

All you seniors out there that are playing in your final three regular season games………….don’t think for a minute that you will probably get some playoff games. Don’t save anything for later. Most of you will never ever play the game of padded, helmeted, contact football again in your life. A few months from now you don’t want to have any regrets about the final few games of not just your career but your life. Your last few memories of football should be positive ones and that has nothing to do with winning the last few games of your career. It has everything to do with your effort, your attitude, your willingness to do everything in your power to give it everything you have in your final effort. Then you can go into retirement (Yes, retirement because it is over.) with the positive thoughts of, “I played my very best football the last few games of my career.”
“It’s a great day for football”
Tim McGonagle

Super Top 10 All-Classes
1.  Lawrence
2.  Wichita Northwest        (trails by 19 points)
3.  Mill Valley
4.  Bishop Carroll
5.  Derby
6.  Bishop Miege
7.  Topeka
8.  Shawnee Mission East
9.  Pittsburg
10.Junction City
11.Buhler
12.Rossville
13.Garden City
14.St James
15.Blue Valley
16.Aquinas
17.Hutchinson
18.Olathe North

6A
1. Lawrence                  (12 first place votes)
2. Wichita Northwest  (3 first place votes)
3. Derby
4. Topeka                      (2 first place votes)
5. Shawnee Mission East
Others: Junction City (one first place vote)

5A
1. Mill Valley             (10 first place votes)
2. Bishop Carroll     (6 first place votes)
3. Pittsburg              (2 first place votes)
4. St James
5. Aquinas
Others: Maize South, Bonner Springs

4A D-I
1. Bishop Miege    (14 first place votes)
2. Buhler                (4 first place votes)
3. Hayden
4. Andover Central
5. Abilene
Others: Atchison, Fort Scott, Ulysses

4A D-II
1. Columbus         (17 first place votes)
2. Andale
3. Holcomb
4. Royal Valley
5. Wichita Trinity (one first place vote),
Others: Osawatomie

3A
1. Rossville           (17 number one votes)
2. Scott City          (one number one vote)
3. Collegiate
4. Halstead
5. Silver Lake
Others: none

2A
1. Meade                    (17 first place votes)
2. Sedgwick                (trails by 22 points)
3. Smith Center         (one first place vote)
4. Phillipsburg
5. Troy
Others: Mission Valley, Marion, Lyndon

8-man D-I
1. Spearville           (7 number one votes)
2. Central Plains   (5 number one votes)
3. Hanover             (6 number one votes)
4. Solomon
5. Hodgeman Co.
Others: West Elk, Burlingame, Uniontown

8-man D-II
1. Victoria                 (16 number one votes)
2. Wallace County   (2 number one votes)
3. Argonia-Attica
4. Otis-Bison
5. Axtell
Others: Pike Valley, Pretty Prairie, Chase

Long time Ranking team members
Joanna Chadwick Wichita Eagle Wichita
Brent Maycock Topeka Capital Journal Topeka
Rich Epp OpenSpacesSports Colby
Justin Fluke KNZA Hiawatha
Kirk Seminoff Wichita Eagle Wichita
Dusty Deines KDNS Beloit
Conor Nichol Northwest Kansas Sports Hays
Jim Misunas Great Bend Tribune Great Bend
Adam Kadavy KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Brock Kappelmann KSCB Liberal
Mike Hammett KSAL Salina
Tim McGonagle KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Tim Hostetter Prep Power Index & Salina Journal
BrettMarshall Garden City Telegram Garden City
Rocky Downing KFRM 550 AM
Mike Smith KMZA Seneca
Eddie Lomshek KKOW Pittsburg
Pat Strathman WIBW Topeka
Bobby Nightengale Lawrence Journal-World Lawrence
Brad Hallier Hutchinson News Hutchinson

Bobby Nightengale Rankings October 12, 2015

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Bobby Nightengale Lawrence Journal-World  joined the Kansas Media Ranking team a couple of years ago.

Super 10
1. Lawrence
2. Wichita Northwest
3. Mill Valley
4. Bishop Carroll
5. Derby
6. Topeka
7. Buhler
8. Bishop Miege
9. Pittsburg
10. Rossville

6A
1. Lawrence High
2. Wichita Northwest
3. Derby
4. Topeka
5. Junction City

5A
1. Mill Valley
2. Bishop Carroll
3. Pittsburg
4. St. James
5. St. Thomas Aquinas

4A-I
1. Buhler
2. Bishop Miege
3. Abilene
4. Augusta
5. Topeka Hayden

4A-II
1. Columbus
2. Andale
3. Holcomb
4. Royal Valley
5. Osawatomie

3A
1. Rossville
2. Scott City
3. Wichita Collegiate
4. Silver Lake
5. Halstead

2-1A
1. Meade
2. Sedgwick
3. Smith Center
4. Phillipsburg
5. Misson Valley

8Man-I
1. Spearville
2. Central Plains
3. Hanover
4. Solomon
5. Burlingame

8Man-II
1. Victoria
2. Argonia-Attica
3. Wallace County
4. Pike Valley
5. Axtell

Kansas Media Rankings October 8, 2015

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Every year, it seems, I leave town for a few days and all heck breaks loose with the rankings of high school football in Kansas. Some close games and some close losses have moved teams around in the rankings. I am thinking maybe the top teams should pay me to stay in town and then things would stay the same in the rankings. Not really. I actually think I should leave town a little more often and then maybe we could get rid of the blow outs and the games might all be close. Keep those fans guessing all the way through the game about, ‘Who is going to win!’

New districts are out and new football schedules for the next two years are slowly coming out. The best place to put your new schedule online is at the forum ksprepsports the one thing in life we can say that keeps happening is change. Football schedules do change.

Super Top 10 All-Classes
1.  Lawrence
2.  Wichita Northwest        (trails by 8 points)
3.  Mill Valley
4.  Bishop Miege
5.  Shawnee Mission East
6.  Derby
7.  Topeka
8.  Blue Valley
9.  Pittsburg
10.Buhler
11.Topeka
12.Junction City
13.Rossville
14.Garden City
15.Hutchinson
16.
17.

6A
1. Lawrence                  (10 first place votes)
2. Wichita Northwest  (2 first place votes)
3. Topeka                      (2 first place votes)
4. Derby
5. Shawnee Mission East
Others: Garden City, Junction City (one first place vote), Blue Valley (one first place vote)

5A
1. Mill Valley             (10 first place votes)
2. Bishop Carroll     (5 first place votes)
3. Pittsburg              (one first place vote)
4. St James
5. Bonner Springs
Others: Maize South, Aquinas

4A D-I
1. Bishop Miege    (12 first place votes)
2. Buhler                (4 first place votes)
3. Ulysses
4. Hayden
5. Abilene
Others: Andover Central, Atchison

4A D-II
1. Columbus         (14 first place votes)
2. Andale               (2 first place votes)
3. Holcomb
4. Royal Valley
5. Osawatomie
Others: Pratt, Wichita Trinity

3A
1. Rossville           (17 number one votes)
2. Scott City          (one number one vote)
3. Collegiate
4. Halstead
5. Silver Lake
Others: none

2A
1. Meade                    (unanimous)
2. Sedgwick                (trails by 30 points)
3. Smith Center
4. Phillipsburg
5. Marion
Others: none

8-man D-I
1. Spearville           (8 number one votes)
2. Central Plains   (4 number one votes)
3. Hanover             (4 number one votes)
4. Solomon
5. Hodgeman Co.,
Others: West Elk, Burlingame, Uniontown

8-man D-II
1. Victoria                 (17 number one votes)
2. Wallace County   (one number one vote)
3. Argonia-Attica
4. Pretty Prairie
5. Otis-Bison
Others: Axtell, Pike Valley

Long time Ranking team members
Joanna Chadwick Wichita Eagle Wichita
Brent Maycock Topeka Capital Journal Topeka
Rich Epp OpenSpacesSports Colby
Justin Fluke KNZA Hiawatha
Kirk Seminoff Wichita Eagle Wichita
Dusty Deines KDNS Beloit
Conor Nichol Northwest Kansas Sports Hays
Jim Misunas Great Bend Tribune Great Bend
Adam Kadavy KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Brock Kappelmann KSCB Liberal
Mike Hammett KSAL Salina
Tim McGonagle KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Tim Hostetter Prep Power Index & Salina Journal
BrettMarshall Garden City Telegram Garden City
Rocky Downing KFRM 550 AM
Mike Smith KMZA Seneca
Eddie Lomshek KKOW Pittsburg
Pat Strathman WIBW Topeka
Bobby Nightengale Lawrence Journal-World Lawrence
Brad Hallier Hutchinson News Hutchinson

Adam Kadavy rankings October 4, 2015

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Adam Kadavy KSKL Scott City/Garden City has been sending in the rankings every week during football season from the beginning of the media ranking team. Adam started sending in his rankings when he worked at the radio station in Oberlin, Kansas.

Top 10

  1. Bishop Miege
  2. Lawrence
  3. Wichita Northwest
  4. Topeka
  5. Bishop Carroll
  6. Shawnee Mission East
  7. Mill Valley
  8. Derby
  9. Pittsburg
  10. Garden City

6A

  1. Lawrence
  2. Wichita Northwest
  3. Topeka
  4. Shawnee Mission East
  5. Derby

5A

  1. Bishop Carroll
  2. Mill Valley
  3. Pittsburg
  4. Bonner Springs
  5. Maize South

4A DI

  1. Bishop Miege
  2. Buhler
  3. Andover Central
  4. Topeka Hayden
  5. Ulysses

4A DII

  1. Columbus
  2. Andale
  3. Holcomb
  4. Royal Valley
  5. Wichita Trinity

3A

  1. Rossville
  2. Wichita Collegiate
  3. Scott City
  4. Halstead
  5. Garden Plain

2-1A

  1. Meade
  2. Sedgwick
  3. Phillipsburg
  4. Marion
  5. Smith Center

8-Man I

  1. Central Plains
  2. Hanover
  3. Spearville
  4. West Elk
  5. Solomon

8-Man II

  1. Victoria
  2. Wallace County
  3. Argonia-Attica
  4. Otis-Bison
  5. Pretty Prairie