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McPhersonSentinel - McPherson, KS
  • MHS boys, girls hold steady in KBCA rankings

  • Both McPherson High basketball teams held steady in the latest Kansas Basketball Coaches Association rankings released this week, while the Moundridge girls dropped out.
    The McPherson girls, who have won two straight after dropping their first game against Salina Central, hold at No. 2 in the latest rankings, with the Wamego Lady Red Raiders holding onto the top spot.
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  • Both McPherson High basketball teams held steady in the latest Kansas Basketball Coaches Association rankings released this week, while the Moundridge girls dropped out.
    The McPherson girls, who have won two straight after dropping their first game against Salina Central, hold at No. 2 in the latest rankings, with the Wamego Lady Red Raiders holding onto the top spot.
    Holton and Hesston maintained Nos. 3 and 4, respectively, while Santa Fe Trail jumped from No. 9 to No. 5. The Buhler Crusaders fell to No. 10.
    On the boys’ side, Class 4A remained completely unchanged from the week prior, as MHS held at No. 10. Ottawa, Topeka-Highland Park, Abilene, Coffeyville and KC Sumner comprised the top five.
    The Moundridge boys jumped up one spot in the Class 2A rankings, rising to No. 7 after Republic County and Sterling both dropped from the poll. Meade, Lyndon, Ness City, Oxford and Bennington are the boys 2A top five.
    The Moundridge girls dropped out of their poll this week. Washington County, Republic County and Sterling held steady as Nos. 1-3, while Jefferson County North jumped three spots to No. 4. Central Plains held at No. 5.
    The Hillsboro girls maintained their grip on No. 1 in Class 3A, while the rest of the top five changed hands. Holcomb climbed two spots to No. 2, while Atchison County jumped to three. Cimarron was the biggest climber, hopping from nine to four. Burlington dropped to No. 5 from No. 2.
    The Hillsboro boys dropped from No. 4 to No. 6 on their side of the 3A polls. Scott City, Nemaha Valley, Beloit, Pittsburg-Colgan and Haven comprised the top five.
    The rest of the rankings can be found online at www.kansaskbca.com.
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