Boys high school basketball rankingsPosted: Updated:
1. Blue Valley Northwest
2. Haysville Campus
3. Wichita Southeast
5. OP- Blue Valley North
6. Lawrence – Free State
8. Shawnee Mission East
9. Topeka-Washburn Rural
10. KC - JC Harmon
1. Andover Central
2. Bishop Carroll
3. Basehor Linwood
4. Goddard Eisenhower
5. St. Thomas Aquinas
8. Shawnee Heights
9. Kapaun Mt. Carmel
10. KC Washington
1. Kansas City - Piper
2. Bishop Miege
1. Wichita Collegiate
5. Riley County
7. Hays - TMP
10. Caney Valley
1. Lawrence Bishop Seabury
2. Garden Plain
3. Pratt Skyline
4. St. Mary’s Colgan
7. Belle Plaine
10. Salina Sacred Heart
1. St. John - Hudson
2. Little River
4. South Central
7. South Gray
8. Berean Academy
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