Boys high school basketball rankings

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6A Boys

1. OP-Blue Valley North

2.  Lawrence Free State

3.  OP-Blue Valley Northwest

4.  Wichita Southeast

5.  Olathe Northwest

6.  Manhattan

7.  Wichita North

8.  Shawnee Mission South

9.  Shawnee Mission East

10. Shawnee Mission West

5A Boys

1.  Wichita Heights

2.  Goddard Eisenhower

3.  Topeka-Highland Park

4.  Salina Central

5.  Maize

6.  Pittsburg

7.  Maize South

8.  Emporia

9.  Blue Valley Southwest

10.  Bishop Carroll

4A-Div 1-Boys

1.  Bishop Miege

2.  McPherson

3.  Andover Central

4.  Ottawa

5.  Wamego

6.  Augusta

7.  Labette County

8.  Bonner Springs

9.  Spring Hill

10.  KC Piper

4A-Div 2-Boys

1.  Wichita Trinity

2.  Topeka-Hayden

3.  Holcomb

4.  Wichita Collegiate

5.  Andale

6.  Marysville

7.  Rock Creek

8.  Burlington

9.  Girard

10.  Iola

3A Boys

1.  Cheney

2.  Silver Lake

3.  Hesston

4.  Nemaha Central

5.  Belle Plaine

6.  Perry Lecompton

7.  St. Mary’s

8.  Wellsville

9.  Hutchinson Trinity

10.  Sabetha

2A Boys

1.  Central Plains

2.  Hoxie

3.  Yates Center

4.  Salina-Sacred Heart

5.  Pittsburg-St.Mary’s Colgan

6.  Lyndon

7.  Burlingame

8.  Ness City

9.  Macksville

10. Hillsboro

1A Div. 1 Boys

1.  Hanover

2.  ST. John-Hudson

3.  Doniphan West

4.  South Gray

5.  Osborne

6.  Dighton

7.  St. Paul

8.  Clifton-Clyde

9.  Pike Valley

10. Rural Vista

1A Div. 2 Boys

1.  Otis-Bison

2.  McPherson-Elyria Christian

3.  Attica

4.  Logan

5 . Rozel-Pawnee Heights

6.  Almena- Northern Valley

7.  Kiowa-South Barber

8.  Southern Cloud-(Miltonvale/Glasco)

9.  Beloit-St. John’s/Tipton

10.  Linn

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