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Week 7 Power Rankings

Wichita Large School Power 10

  1. Wichita Northwest (Last Week: 1) (Defeated Wichita South)
  2. Bishop Carroll (3) (Defeated St. Thomas Aquinas)
  3. Maize (2) (Lost, Hutchinson)
  4. Derby (5) (Defeated Maize South)
  5. Hutchinson (8) (Defeated Maize)
  6. Kapaun Mount Carmel (7) (Defeated Hays)
  7. Andover Central (6) (Defeated Ark City)
  8. Maize South (4) (Lost, Derby)
  9. Wichita East (10) (Defeated Wichita West)
  10. Andover (NR) (Defeated Goddard)

Dropped Out: Goddard (9) (Lost Andover)


Wichita Small School Power 10

  1. Andale (1) (Defeated Wichita Collegiate)
  2. Cheney (2) (Defeated Larned)
  3. Garden Plain (5) (Defeated Bluestem)
  4. Conway Springs (6) (Defeated Sedgwick)
  5. Wichita Collegiate (3) (Lost, Andale)
  6. Sedgwick (4) (Lost, Conway Springs)
  7. Haven (7) (Defeated Sterling)
  8. Kingman (8) (Defeated Chaparral)
  9. Clearwater (9) (Defeated Hesston)
  10. Hutchinson Trinity (10) (Defeated Hillsboro)


Salina Area Power 10

  1. Canton-Galva (1) (Defeated Lincoln)
  2. Southeast of Saline (2) (Defeated Scott City)
  3. McPherson (3) (Defeated Augusta)
  4. Hanover (4) (Defeated Wetmore)
  5. Clifton-Clyde (5) (Idle)
  6. Little River (Defeated Solomon)
  7. Inman (5) (Lost, Smith Center)
  8. St. John’s-Tipton (8) (Defeated Rock Hills)
  9. Republic County (10) (Idle)
  10. Hillsboro (9) (Lost, Hutchinson Trinity)

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