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10 Area Teams Highlight Dec. 17 KBCA Rankings
By Jonny Kane
Copyright: MSC Sports

Dec. 17 KBCA – Rankings

The first portion of the 2018-19 high school basketball season is set to come to a close this week and with that the final set of rankings before the holiday break have been released with 10 area teams ranked.

The biggest shakeup in the rankings are in Class 3A on the girl’s side which features three area teams from the Big 7 League.

Nemaha Central continues to hold the top over spot at 5-0 after blowout wins over Hiawatha and Perry Lecompton last week.

After the Thunder it’s Jeff West and Holton who have cracked the rankings for the first time this season, as the Tigers check in at No. 5 and the Lady Cats at No. 7. Jeff West is a perfect 4-0 after wins over Riverside and Perry last week, while Holton is 3-1 after a double overtime win over Royal Valley Tuesday and a loss to Sabetha on Friday.

The boy’s side of the 3A rankings continues to house two teams, as Sabetha remains at No. 3 with a 5-0 record while Maur Hill-Mount Academy has moved up to No. 5 after a 4-0 start to year winning by nearly 40 points per game.

Just like the 3A girls rankings the 2A rankings see a new team in the top 10, as Jeff County North checks in at No. 9 while Jackson Heights is up to No. 3. The Chargers are 4-1 with the only setback coming to the Cobras by two, while Jackson Heights is 4-0 after wins over ACCHS and Maur Hill-Mount Academy last week.

On the boys side of the 2A rankings Jackson Heights continues to sit in the top 10, as the Cobras check in at No. 6 despite suffering their first loss of the season Friday to Maur Hill-Mount Academy 51-24.

The final ranked area teams come in Class 1A as on the girl’s side Frankfort is up to No. 3 while Centralia is ranked fifth. The Wildcats are off to a 5-0 start after a win over Valley Heights last week, while the Panthers are 4-1 after two 30-plus point wins last week.


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