By CONOR NICHOLL
Sports in Kansas looks at least one intriguing sub-state from each class. Several sub-states are wide open with two to four teams as legitimate contenders to reach state.
All records at time of sub-state seeding unless otherwise noted.
Many of these teams have been covered by SIK throughout the fall; please check out past coverage on sportsinks.com. As well, SIK’s Bethany Bowman had All-Access with Class 2A Sedgwick (36-0) and 3A Girard. Plus, SIK has final regular season stat leaders. Herington sophomore libero Leslyn Kremeier has an astronomical 806 digs, which is No. 1 in Kansas and seventh nationally. She broke the old school record of 762. She has more than 1,250 career digs.
Class 6A – Big-time matchups between Eastern Kansas and Sunflower League schools
Olathe West top seeds: No. 1 Olathe West (24-6), No. 8 Blue Valley West (20-13). No.9 Olathe South (16-13)
Olathe West has emerged as a top story since the season’s first weekend. OW has enjoyed a 10-win turnaround, set a school record for single season victories and is looking for its first state berth. Creighton commit Ava Testrake has 3.5 kills per set and among the state leaders with a .363 hitting percentage. Greta Treff and Brynn Stowell have at least 2.4 kills per set and hit at least .342. Setter Amber Allen and libero Riley Ourth are outstanding specialists.
Olathe West has never played Blue Valley West. BVW has finished first and second in 6A the last two falls. Blue Valley West has Ella Davidson with three kills per set and a .212 average. Brookelyn Hatton has 3.9 digs per set. While Olathe West is senior-laden, BV West does not any seniors who see playing time.
Olathe Northwest top seeds: No. 2 Olathe Northwest (25-7), No. 7 Blue Valley North (19-10)
Two longtime state powers should match up with high-level Division I talent on both teams. Last year, BVN, under longtime coach Matt Allin, broke through with a 40-2 mark and won its first crown. BVN defeated Olathe Northwest in the semifinals: 25-16, 20-25, 25-23. Northwest was 6A state runner-up in 2020. ONW has lost three in a row.
Northwest has its well-known duo of Sky Pierce (6.2 kills per set, .361 hitting) and Jillian Huckabey (2.7 kills per set, .216 hitting). Pierce, the nation’s top junior, has committed to Nebraska. Huckabey is headed to Florida International.
North also defeated Northwest in a five-set match on Aug. 30. North has won six straight in the series, though in the last three both teams have won a set. North features Logan Parks, one of Kansas’ top-five sophomores. She has four kills a set in the team’s last statistical release. Janelle Green has 2.2 kills a set and a .219 hitting percentage. Green, the daughter of former NFL quarterback Trent Green, has committed to Cincinnati. She is ranked as the state’s top setter.
Liberal top seeds: No. 3 Liberal (25-8), No. 6 Wichita North (16-13), No. 11 Haysville-Campus (11-21)
Liberal has enjoyed a remarkable turnaround under coach Katie Garcia. The Redskins opened 0-10 last year. Since then, Liberal is 44-14. Liberal faced match point in the Western Athletic Conference tournament last weekend, though came back to beat Great Bend. LHS won its first league title since ’08. Liberal has not hosted volleyball sub-state since ’13 or made state since ’08. Senior Lizzy Cisneros has cleared 2,000 career digs.
Liberal lost to Wichita North in three sets in the season-opening tournament Aug. 27.
East – Can Blue Valley Southwest and Spring Hill spring upsets?
St. Thomas Aquinas top seeds: No. 1 St. Thomas Aquinas (32-3), No. 8 Blue Valley Southwest (19-12), No. 9 KC Piper (19-12)
Can Blue Valley Southwest pull the upset? BVSW has been one of the breakout stars of 2022. Southwest, which completed the regular season Tuesday at 20-13, had a combined 17-47 record the last two seasons. The T-Wolves are 0-15 against St. Thomas Aquinas, including a three-set loss Oct. 4. However, BVSW nearly upset St. James Academy, a top-35 national power, in a three-set loss on Sept. 28.
Austin Isham has done a great job in his first year as Southwest coach. Freshman Willow Weninger has led the offense with 2.9 kills per set and a .228 average. Kaylee Tingey has flourished in a multi-purpose role with 2.5 kills a set, 32 aces, 225 digs and 163 assists. Reese Bates, a Division I Jacksonsville commit, has 41 aces and 253 assists. Hadley Porter, the team’s terrific sophomore libero and No. 1 in the state for her class, had nine digs against Aquinas on Oct. 4, though has not played recently.
Aquinas only has two in-state losses, both to 6A No. 1 Washburn Rural, a top-25 national squad. Betsy Goodenow has 3.6 kills a set and a .342 average. She has committed to Yale. Tatum Grimes carries a .374 average. Aquinas has eight state titles, most recently in ’19 and ’20.
St. James Academy top seeds: No. 2 St. James Academy (31-3), No. 7 Spring Hill (21-12), No. 10 Shawnee Heights (20-13),
SJA is just outside of the national top-25. Julia Headley paces with 2.8 kills per set and a .302 average. Kate McKnight has 2.3 kills a set and a .336 average. Mya Bolton, part of the USA national development team, has 4.2 digs per set. Reese Messer is ranked in the top-3 for her class in Kansas in both basketball and volleyball. She has 594 assists for longtime coach Nancy Dorsey. SJA has 10 state titles under Dorsey, all since 2008.
Daphne Gardner has been among the state’s top setters with 827 assists. SH coach Erica Book has done impressive work with a 143-38 record in the last five years.
West – Can Andover Central – 28-5 against non-Newton, 1-3 against Newton – get through its own sub-state?
Maize South top seeds: No. 1 Maize South (27-5), No. 8 Valley Center (23-12), No. 9 Kapaun-Mt. Carmel (23-15), No. 16 Salina South (14-20)
Maize South has its bevy of talent with Gracie Morrow, Jillian Gregory, Camdyn Stucky and Avery Lowe. Stucky has committed to Tennessee volleyball, Lowe to Nebraska-Kearney basketball. Maize South won AVCTL Division I. Gregory, Morrow and Carly Koster are all hitting at least .307. South has won five in a row.
Traditionally, Maize South has had close matches with Valley Center and Kapaun. In the last 22 meetings, Maize South is 10-12 against VC, though has won eight in a row. South is 6-4 in the last 10 against KMC with four straight victories. Haylie Sanders (3.6 kills per set) and Lizzie Romer (.382 hitting) have delivered big numbers for Kapaun. Salina South is senior-heavy and paced by senior Sydney Anderes, statistically one of the state’s top liberos with 1,330 career digs.
Andover Central top seeds: No. 2 Andover Central (29-7), No. 7 Topeka West (24-11), No. 10 Newton (21-15), No. 15 Hays High (16-18)
Andover Central has enjoyed an impressive season under coach Kayla Weidert, a former McPherson standout and Wichita State volleyball player. AC won conference with a 12-0 mark, believed to be the team’s first conference title since 2014. AC has not made state since ’16.
AC has plenty of standouts, including Maddi Amekporfor (3.0 kills/set), Allie Paulsen (2.9 kills, team-high 68 blocks), Jordyn Washington (.341 hitting), setter Hayden Snodgrass and libero Willow Deckinger.
Earlier this season, Weidert told SIK that Paulsen would be one of Kansas’ best players. Wichita State has now a commitment from the 6-foot-2 Paulsen.
However, the Jaguars are 1-3 against Newton this year, though all four matches came before Sept. 25. Newton has a five-win improvement from last fall behind Emma Rains and Tegan Livesay, a Division I Southeast Missouri softball commit.
Hays High regularly plays four seniors, including Carly Lang, who has picked up a couple of college offers. In the last three years, Lang has more than 1,350 serve-receptions, 850 digs and 590 kills.
Hutchinson top seeds: No. 3 Hutchinson (27-7), No. 14 Maize (17-19), No. 6 Goddard-Eisenhower (26-10), No. 11 Great Bend (19-14)
This sub-state has several great setters. Hutchinson senior Josie McLean has hit 2,000 career assists after she played at Nickerson her first three years. Sadie Spray hit 1,000 career assists for Great Bend, the WAC runner-up.
Hutchinson, which went to state last year, is 2-0 against Maize and 2-0 versus Great Bend this fall. Hutchinson defeated Eisenhower in two sets on Sept. 17. Hutchinson has Maliyah Johnson, who paces with 4.3 kills per set and a .332 average.
Kila Respress paces Eisenhower with 2.5 kills a set, and Carly Dameron has a .326 average.
Class 4A – Public versus private schools battle in key sub-state; Andale and Mulvane both looking for school history
Paola: No. 3 Paola (23-11), No. 14 Topeka Hayden (11-24), No. 6 Eudora (20-13), No. 11 Ottawa (14-21)
After seasons of seven, four and five wins, Paola has steadily climbed to 14-11, 20-16 and 22-11. Paola is 0-7 since ’04 against Hayden, though the teams have not matched up since ’17. Paola defeated Eudora, 3-0, on Sept. 13 and beat Ottawa in five sets on Oct. 18.
Hayden is a longtime power with five state championships, including ’16, ’17 and ’19. Maggie Kauk has paced Paola with 3.4 kills per set and 36 blocks. Hayden has faced 5/6A Centennial League teams throughout the season.
Parsons: No. 4 Parsons (22-12), No. 13 Holton (13-21), No. 5 Chanute (21-12), No. 12 Bishop Miege (14-21)
Bishop Miege, which plays in the 5/6A Eastern Kansas League, has routinely qualified for state with a losing record and played into the final four. Miege was third in 4A last year. Miege won 4A with a 22-11 mark in 2021. Alumna Lindsay Zych-Franco is in her first year as Stags head volleyball coach after she led Lansing to 5A state runner-up and state title the two last years. She was a 2012 Miege graduate. Lauren Lopez (3.6 kills/set), Ali Olson (.318 hitting), Kirston Verhulst, Ava Martin and Gabby Anderson have been the top players.
Parsons has enjoyed a big turnaround from 1-30 to 9-24 to 16-23 to 22-12 this year.
Andale: Andale (35-0) is the heavy favorite in its own sub-state. The Indians and 2A Sedgwick are the last undefeated teams in Kansas volleyball. Andale, with coach Kaylie Bergkamp, is second, second and first the last three years. No Kansas team has posted an undefeated record in volleyball since Centralia went 47-0 in 2018. Before then, 2A Central Plains and 1A Goessel accomplished the feat in 2015. St. James was 46-0 in 5A in 2013. No 4A squad has accomplished the feat since Concordia in 1998. McKenzie Fairchild, the reigning 4A player of the year, is headed to Texas A&M Track. Maddie Schrandt is going to Division I Missouri State volleyball.
Clay Center: No. 4 Clay Center (23-10), No. 13 Wellington (12-20), No. 5 Mulvane (20-15), No. 12 Rose Hill (13-19)
Mulvane, which moved to 21-16 after Tuesday, needs a victory for the program’s most wins since 1990. Mulvane, hurt by injuries last year, won just five matches. Karlie Kanaga has significantly surpassed the school’s single season digs record. Emily Schmidt broke the single season kills mark that had stood since 1990. Kanaga has 458 digs, while Schmidt has 302 kills. Kanaga has 959 digs and 932 serve-receptions in her career.
Mulvane defeated Rose Hill in two sets on Tuesday. Mulvane has not played Wellington or Clay Center this year. CC has won five in a row and has enjoyed a big year from setter Mackenzie Weller (786 assists). Megan Wright has 271 kills and 528 receptions. Weller has 1,132 career assists.
Class 3A – Can great offenses at Nemaha Central, Riverton, Beloit qualify for state?
**Note: Eureka and Silver Lake sub-states are featured in a different SIK story.**
Nemaha Central top seeds: No. 1 Nemaha Central (39-1), No. 2 Hiawatha (26-8), No. 3 Royal Valley (25-12), No. 4 Maur Hill (19-17), No. 5 Atchison County (15-16), No. 6 Sabetha (17-20)
Nemaha Central has won its most matches since a 2017 squad that went 42-6 and took fourth in 2017, per NC’s Kelly Williams. The Thunder has six state tournaments in eight years. NC has won four Big 7 conference titles: ’15-17, and this fall.
Since Baileyville B&B and Nemaha Valley combined to form Nemaha Central, NC is 299-86. The three programs went a combined 102-4. Longtime coach Jessica Koch is closing in on 700 career wins. She was part a state runner-up and three state championships at Nemaha Valley as a player.
NC has lost at home once in the last two years. Koch won four titles at B&B, from ’05 to ’13. Addy Holthaus, Ella Larkin and Cali Honeyman are the top hitters. Holthaus has 3.1 kills per set, while Honeyman carries a .374 average. Reagan Gerety has 84 blocks, and Samantha Nordhus has 4.3 digs per set. NC is 3-0 against Hiawatha this season, including a Tuesday victory.
Frontenac top seeds: No. 1 Riverton (34-2), No. 2 Frontenac (33-6), No. 3 Girard (29-9)
Riverton’s Jacy Thomasson is top-three in Kansas in kills and hitting percentage. The Rams have won 10 straight. Thomasson is up to six kills a set and a .499 average. She is top-10 all-time in Kansas in kills at 1,947, per SIK research. Plus, she has delivered 944 digs.
On Tuesday, Riverton defeated Frontenac in two sets. Riverton is 2-0 against Girard this fall. Riverton reached the state quarterfinals in ’20 and ’21, its first state berths since 2004, per KSHSAA archives.
Goodland top seeds: No. 1 Goodland (33-3), No. 2 Lakin (31-5), No. 3 Holcomb (26-11), No. 4 Norton (20-14)
Goodland was final four in 2020 and a state qualifier last year. Goodland is also the reigning 3A girls’ basketball champions. The Cowgirls feature senior Olivia Lehman, the state leader in assists, and Talexa Weeter, a Fort Hays basketball commit. Goodland lost to Holcomb when the Longhorns had a big three-set comeback on Sept. 29 and fell to Hutchinson in two sets Oct. 1. Since then, the Cowgirls have not lost, including a two-set win against Holcomb on Oct. 15. Goodland is 104-19 in volleyball the last three years.
Norton, which has lost three in a row, has enjoyed a six-win improvement from last fall.
Minneapolis top seeds: No. 1 Beloit (31-5), No. 2 Phillipsburg (28-7), No. 3 Ellsworth (21-13)
Beloit has won the NCAA seven straight years and 10 straight matches. Sophomore Addison Budke, the state leader in kills last fall, has 5.6 kills per set and a .368 hitting percentage. She has exceeded 1,000 career kills. Mylie Brown has come back from a summer injury with 2.9 kills per set and a .247 average. Brown, a junior, is at 916 career kills. Jaidyn Follis has 846 assists, while twin Kailyn Follis leads with 383 digs and 449 receptions.
Phillipsburg has its two exceptional athletes in seniors Heather Schemper and Taryn Sides. Schemper, hurt the majority of volleyball and all of basketball last season, is headed to Washburn volleyball. Sides, top-5 all classes in basketball, is going to Kansas State basketball. The teams have not played since 2019.
Class 2A – Rematches and marquee matchups pace classification
Marion top seeds: No. 1 Hillsboro (36-1), No. 2 Ell-Saline (27-9), No. 3 Bennington (22-14), No. 4 Herington (19-13), No. 5 Marion (19-17)
Last season, Hillsboro, Inman and Sedgwick were in the same sub-state, which would have been a problematic occurrence if that happened this year. Hillsboro is No. 12 for all classes, per MaxPreps statistical rankings that include strength of schedule. In 2A, Hillsboro, Sedgwick and Inman are 1-3-4 in MaxPreps’ rankings.
Zaylee Werth is an elite volleyball and basketball player. She has 5.4 kills per set and a .333 hitting percentage. Savannah Shahan has 4.1 kills per set and a .243 average. Hillsboro is the defending 2A runner-up to Smith Center. Ella Suderman has 716 assists, while Kori Arnold has 337 digs and 66 aces.
Herington has enjoyed a huge season from Kremeier. The Railers have five straight winning seasons.
St. Marys top seeds: No. 1 Maranatha Christian Academy (25-11), No. 2 Valley Heights (22-13), No. 3 St. Marys (21-15), No. 4 Cair Paravel (14-12), No. 5 Wabaunsee (17-19)
This is a relatively wide-open sub-state. St. Marys has enjoyed a 12-win improvement from last fall under longtime coach Jan Lueger. The Bears were a combined 19-52 the last two seasons. Brenna Smith has 4.8 kills per set, while Sarah Lett has 3.6.
St. Marys went 3-0 against Wabaunsee this year. Maranatha has 3.1 kills a set from Regan Rieder, 2.4 by Laine Sramek and two from Zion Jones. VH is a consistent winner with seven straight seasons of .500 or better.
Wabaunsee graduated Lauren Schutter, now at Michigan State. Annie Wright cleared 1,000 career assists, per Wabaunsee school media. Wright was hurt more than half of her junior year.
WaKeeney-Trego top seeds: 1. Ellinwood (32-3), No. 2 Smith Center (33-4), No. 3 Hoxie (26-9), No. 4 Ellis (23-10), No. 5 WaKeeney-Trego (18-14)
Hoxie and Ellis have each enjoyed the school’s best records in several years. EHS alumna Kaleigh Soneson has done an impressive job turning around her alma mater. However, Ellinwood/Smith Center is likely one of Kansas’ marquee matchups for all classes. Both rank in the top-5 in 2A, per MaxPreps.
Smith Center is second and first in 2A the last two falls under coach Nick Linn, who is closing in on 1,000 career victories. Ellinwood was final four last fall. Greg Maxwell has led the Eagles to 14 straight wins and five straight years of at least 27 victories. Ellinwood has 32, 31, 36 and 32 wins in the last four years.
Kennedy Behnke, Brittany Simpson and Regan Widener all hit at least .294. Behnke has 73 blocks.
Smith Center has its bevy of well-known juniors seniors, paced by setter Camryn Hutchinson, Dakota Kattenberg, Gracie Kirchhoff, Tinley Rentschler and Maile Hrabe.
Smith Center defeated Ellinwood in sub-state in ’18 and ’21.
Whitewater-Remington top seeds: 1. Sedgwick (36-0), No. 2 Inman (31-5), No. 3 Berean Academy (29-6)
These are three of 2A’s top teams all year – and one of Kansas’ most compelling sub-states. Sedgwick coach Karen Stucky has more than 550 career wins. The Cardinals’ last state trip came in 2005, per KSHSAA archives. Inman, under coach Megan Heckel, has enjoyed a massive year from freshman Suttyn Harris, the state leader in kills. Kambrey Woods is top-5 in assists.
Inman is 0-3 against Sedgwick this year, including a pair of close three-set matches Sept. 27. Inman beat Berean Academy in two matches Sept. 20 and fell in three sets to Berean Oct. 1.
Jefferson County North top seeds: No. 1 Jackson Heights (30-8), No. 2 Jefferson County North (27-8), No. 3 Pleasant Ridge (24-11)
This is expected to be a highly close sub-state. On Sept. 13, Jackson Heights defeated Jefferson County North in three sets. On Oct. 11, JCN defeated JH in two sets.
Kanyon Olberding and Kaylee Thompson are JH’s well-known stars. Olberding has 4.2 kills a set, Thompson has 3.7. Thompson has exceeded 1,000 career digs.
Jackson Heights has defeated Pleasant Ridge twice. PR coach Julie Slater has elevated the Rams and is the state’s active winningest coach after a long run at Lansing. JH has not made state volleyball since 2002, per KSHSAA archives. JCN has most recently made state in ’12, ’13, ’19 and ’21.
Class 1A, Division I – Can teams end long state droughts?
Centralia top seeds: No. 1 Doniphan West (31-5), No. 2 Centralia (29-9)
Doniphan West has never made the state volleyball tournament and has its well-documented turnaround. DW had 10 or fewer wins in ’17, ’18 and ’19, bumped to 16 in 2020 and 25 last year. Before this fall, Doniphan West was 1-16 all-time against Centralia. DW has a pair of three-set wins against Centralia on Sept. 6 and Oct. 15. Katie Johnson, Avery Weathersbee and Malaina Whetstine are the team’s top hitters, while Kyra Johnson and Taygen Reno pace in digs.
Madison top seeds: No. 1 Colony-Crest (26-7), No. 2 Marmaton Valley (20-14), No. 3 Olpe (21-15), No. 4 MdCV (16-12)
Colony-Crest has set a school record for wins and is looking for its first-ever state tournament berth, according to KSHSAA archives. Olpe has qualified most recently in ’11, ’12 ’18 and ’19. Crest lists nine players on its roster, including seniors Allyssa Adams, Kamryn Luedke and captain McKenna Hammond.
Quinter top seeds: No. 1 St. Francis (26-9), No. 2 Victoria (20-9), No. 3 Lakeside (20-12), No. 4 Quinter (17-17), No. 5 Osborne (15-17)
This is expected to be one of the state’s most competitive sub-states. The top-five seeds generally don’t play each other and come from three conferences.
St. Francis’ lone state tournament appearance since 2000 came in ’20. For Lakeside, its only showing came last year. Lakeside took a pool play loss to Victoria. SF’s Ellee Krien has 5.3 digs per set. Rian Zimbal, Jesslynn Houtman and Molly Gilliand are the team’s top hitters. Zimbal leads with 32 blocks.
Sara Nuss has elevated Victoria, a team that had not made state from ’91 to ’19. Since then, the Knights have made state three straight years. Janey Hugunin and Brooklyn Nowak have paced Victoria.
Since 1998, Quinter’s only state appearance came in 2002. Quinter has delivered a big turnaround after 14 wins in the last two years. St. Francis is 2-0 against Quinter.
Anna Briggs has two kills per set and a .306 average. The 6-foot-2 Briggs is among the state leaders in blocks. Paige Bell and Addie Hargitt have delivered 7.3 and 3.6 digs per set. Cashlyn Kvasnicka has cleared 1,000 career assists.
Satanta top seeds: No. 1 Spearville (29-4), No. 2 South Gray (31-6), No. 3 Kiowa County (25-10)
Defending 1A-I state champion Spearville is expected to have a strong test from South Gray. Spearville defeated South Gray in two sets Sept. 13, and SG won in three sets Oct. 8. Allie Reed, Halli Meairs and Vi Helm have paced South Gray.
Class 1A, Division II
Beloit-St. John’s: No. 1 Beloit-St. John’s/Tipton (28-7), No. 2 Thunder Ridge (19-15)
This should be a close matchup between the two longtime Northern Plains League rivals. On Sept. 13, TR defeated BSJT in three sets. However, BSJT won the rematch in two sets Oct. 11. Junior Kamryn Rietzke has paced the Longhorns.
Rexford-Golden Plains: No. 1 Rexford-Golden Plains (25-11), No. 2 Wheatland-Grinnell (22-14), No. 3 Almena-Northern Valley (20-15), No. 4 Wallace County (16-18)
No clear favorite among the Western Kansas Liberty League/Northwest Kansas League rivals that often play each other. Longtime power WG has won 10 in a row and coach Shannon Foster has won 300 career wins. The Thunderhawks tend to peak late in the season. W-G is 2-0 against Golden Plains this year. However, NV defeated W-G in two sets Aug. 30. W-G has Karoline Schroeder, and GP’s standout is Breanna Rath.
Regular Season Leaders (MaxPreps or [email protected])
Harris, Inman, 535
Lujan, Belle Plaine, 495
Thomasson, Riverton, 494
Keebaugh, Ottawa, 468
Stein, Ingalls, 463
Budke, Beloit, 451
White, Baxter Springs, 443
Bartlett, Bennington, 410
Pyle, Frontenac, 407
Young, Pretty Prairie, 382
Werth, Hillsboro, 380
Duncan, Smoky Valley, 376
Atkins, Hanover, 372
Weers, Southern Coffey Co., 368
Stark, Osage City, 368
Cummings, Sedan, 361
Barth, Baldwin, 360
Kremeier, Herington, 806
Bender, Abilene, 538
Atkins, Hanover, 536
Koontz, Newton, 536
Hett, Marion, 525
Bell, Quinter, 488
Adolph, Cheney, 464
Kanaga, Mulvane, 458
Traffas, Attica, 446
Foster, Derby, 446
Castleberry, Herington, 444
Anderes, Salina South, 437
Wright, Clay Center, 434
Fraser-Slothower, Maize, 433
Thompson, Jackson Heights, 428
Lehman, Goodland, 868
Bergan, Baldwin, 867
J. Follis, Beloit, 846
Woods, Inman, 843
Compton, Riverton, 825
Hazelwood, Smoky Valley, 801
Delaney, Hiawatha, 792
Weller, Clay Center, 786
Smith, Circle, 779
Gardner, Spring Hill, 778
Heft, Kiowa County, 765
Nichols, Ottawa, 765
Scanlon, Lansing, 759
Creason, SM Northwest, 757
Baker, Ellinwood, 756
McLean, Hutchinson, 744
Rodriguez, Sumner Academy, 132
Wiles, Beloit-St. John’s/Tipton, 93
Sutton, Marmaton Valley, 91
Wells, Riverton, 85
Girty, Flinthills, 85
Sher, Maranatha Christian Academy, 84
Alvarez, Kiowa County, 82
Alexander, Maranatha Christian Academy, 82
Wight, Flinthills, 81
Sanford, Rural Vista, 79
Weers, Southern Coffey Co., 76
Harbaugh, Pretty Prairie, 74
Higbie, West Franklin, 73
S. Stover, Neodesha, 73
Afonja, Baldwin, 141
Coughlin, Olpe, 136
Pasquarelli, Erie, 117
Hawkinson, Elyria Christian, 111
Thomsen, Lawrence Free State, 107
Harris, Inman, 107
Wurtz, Clifton-Clyde, 105
Cure, Goodland, 103
Luna, Great Bend, 97
Lohman, Iola, 96
Briggs, Quinter, 95
Cheeks, Salina South, 90
Burnett, Erie, 89
Olander, Little River, 89
Grimes, St. Thomas Aquinas, 87
Randall, Flinthills, 86
Gerety, Nemaha Central, 86
Thomasson, Riverton, .499
Stein, Ingalls, .479
Stover, Neodesha, .443
Randall, Flinthills, .413
Romer, KMC, .382
Wells, Riverton, .375
Grimes, Aquinas, .374
Honeyman, Nemaha Central, .374
Young, Pretty Prairie, .373
Knobbe, Sylvan-Lucas, .372
Campbell, Heritage Christian, .371
Klingenberg, Rock Creek, .369
Budke, Beloit, .368
Cacho, Sumner Academy, .367
Testrake, Olathe West, .363
Pierce, Olathe Northwest, .361