Varsity Zone

A glance at the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association rankings

Updated: 2014-01-29T04:04:57Z

By KATHLEEN GIER

The Kansas City Star

Although Blue Valley Northwest is the only top-ranked team from Kansas City, metro-area teams are dominating the latest Kansas Basketball Coaches Association polls.

Below are the Jan. 17 boys and girls rankings:

BOYS:

CLASS 6A

1. Blue Valley Northwest

2. Olathe East

3. Lawrence

4. Shawnee Mission South

5. Wichita East

6. Shawnee Mission Northwest

7. Olathe North

8. Wichita Southeast

9. Lawrence Free State

10. Maize

CLASS 5A

1. Hays

2. Lansing

3. Goddard-Eisenhower

4. Topeka Highland Park

5. Wichita Heights

6. Maize South

7. Salina Central

8. Mill Valley

9. Shawnee Heights

10. Kapaun Mt. Carmel

CLASS 4A-1

1. Baldwin

2. McPherson

3. Basehor Linwood

4. Piper

5. Ottawa

6. Coffeyville

7. Labette County

8. Paola

9. Augusta

10. Independence

 

GIRLS:

CLASS 6A

1. Wichita South

2. Olathe South

3. Blue Valley North

4. Manhattan

5. Maize

6. Washburn Rural

7. Shawnee Mission Northwest

8. Garden City

9. Olathe Northwest

10. Hutchinson

CLASS 5A

1. Kapaun Mt. Carmel

2. St. Thomas Aquinas

3. Salina Central

4. Leavenworth

5. Topeka Seaman

6. Bishop Carroll

7. Goddard-Eisenhower

8. Great Bend

9. Newton

10. Andover

CLASS 4A-1

1. Wamego

2. Bishop Miege

3. Fort Scott

4. Paola

5. Andover Central

6. Topeka Hayden

7. McPherson

8. Coffeyville

9. Buhler

10. Independence

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