Four Sumner County teams in preseason Kansas Basketball Coaches Association poll

first_img6A Girls1 – Wichita South2 – Maize3 – Olathe South4 – Shawnee Mission NW5 – Manhattan6 – Blue Valley North7 – Washburn Rural8 – Garden City9 – Olathe East10 – Free State 5A Girls1.  Leavenworth2. Aquinas3. Kapaun4. Andover5. St. James6. Seaman7. Carroll8. Newton9. Andover Central10. Salina Central4A D1-GirlsBishop MiegePaolaTopeka HaydenOttawaWamegoKC PiperLouisburgBonnor SpringsLabette CoMcPherson 4A D2-GirlsHugotonColumbusClay CenterPrattHolcombGirardHoltonConcordiaBaldwinRoyal Valley3A Girls1.  Hesston2.  Lyons3.  Cimarron4.  Nemaha Central5.  Riley County6.  Sterling7.  Douglas8.  Garden Plain9.  Council Grove10. Caney Valley Follow us on Twitter. 2A Girls1.  Central Plains2.  Washington County3.  Olpe4.  Moundridge5.  Meade6.  Ellis7.   Ell Saline8.  Wabaunsee9.  Smith Center10.   Jeff Co North1A-Div 1-Girls1.Hoxie2. Valley Heights3. Thunder Ridge4. Waverly5. Centralia6. St. Paul7. South Haven8. Hanover9. Immaculata10. Goessel 1A-Div 2- Girls1.    Golden Plains2.    Bucklin3.    Argonia4.    Attica5.    South Barber6.    Ingalls7.    Triplains8.    Moscow9.    Wallace County10.    CunninghamBoys rankings: 6A Boys1) Lawrence2) Wichita East3) Blue Valley North4) Olathe East5) SM East6) Derby7) Olathe North8) Wichita Southeast9) BV Northwest10) SM West 5A Boys Wichita Hts.Topeka Highland ParkSt. Thomas AquinasKC WashingtonBishop CarrollMaize SouthShawnee HeightsBlue Valley SouthwestKapaun Mt. CarmelSalina Central4A-Div 1-Boys1. Eudora2. Miege3. Hays4. McPherson5. Hayden6. Paola7. Andale8. Independence9. Ottawa10. Abilene4A-Div 2-Boys1 Holcomb2 Concordia3 Girard4 Holton5 Rock Creek6 Pratt7 Hugoton8 TMP9. Osawatomie10. Wichita Trinity3A Boys1. Hesston2. Wichita Collegiate3. Beloit4. Scott City5. Rock Creek6. Nemaha Central7. Riverton8. Cheney9. Eureka10. Council Grove2A Boys1. St. John2. Central Plains3. Speaville4. Olpe5. Pitt-St. Mary’s Colgan6. West Elk7. Bishop Seabury8. Washington County9. Oxford10. South Gray1A-Div 1-BoysHanoverHoxieOtis-BisonCentraliaValley HeightsStocktonChetopaVictoriaOsborneQuinter 1A-Div 2-BoysBeloit-St.John’s-TiptonWallace CountyAtticaSouth BarberCentral ChristianPike ValleyCaldwellNorthern ValleyAshlandAxtellcenter_img Sumner Newscow report — The Kansas Basketball Coaches Association preseason rankings were released today.  South Haven girls are ranked No. 7 in Class 1A – Division 1 and the Argonia girls are ranked No. 3 in Class 1A – Div. II. Oxford boys are ranked No. 9 in Class 2A.  Caldwell is ranked No.  in Class 1A- Division II boys. The rankings are as follows:Girls rankings Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new commentslast_img read more

Thanks to everyone who sent in their own Idiot Abr

first_imgThanks to everyone who sent in their own Idiot Abroad experience for our Karl Pilkington competition. We had lots and lots of entries, so choosing just ten was very tricky. However, here are the winners who will each receive a copy of Karl’s book and DVD, courtesy of our friends and Canongate Books. And the winning idiots are…—My idiot abroad moment came when I was lucky enough to have the money to take my daughter to a Bon Jovi concert in Madrid. I booked my flights there and back so had no need for accommodation I thought. The flight there was terrifying to me (fine for everyone else), so much so I refused to get the plane back. After a huge over the phone argument with my husband I hired a car and drove home. £360 later I’m never allowed to go to an overseas gig again.Maria Reilly —My studies included a year abroad in the Peruvian rainforest to write a dissertation. I realised that buying a laptop would help so I asked the guy who owned a solar panel if I could charge my laptop at it. He laughed.I asked if I could charge for free; he was in hysterics. This went on for 10 minutes as in my halting Spanish I couldn’t work out why he was laughing. It was only later when I found out instead of the Spanish for ‘charge’ (cargar) I had used the word ‘cagar’ which is a lot ruder!Andrew AbrahamsonEd’s note: ‘cagar’ is a verb meaning ‘to sh*t’—Years ago in Almeria Spain, in the middle of nowhere, we were thirsty, walked miles looking for a shop or bar to no avail. I walked on ahead, my family flagging in the heat behind me. I found a bar at last and got everyone inside out of the heat and went up to the counter to order the drinks. The man behind the counter backed away looking terrified and an elderly lady sat in the corner looked scared. I had in fact walked into someone’s kitchen; we couldn’t get out of there quick enough!Tony Lathwell—Even though my husband is not fluent in any foreign languages this does not deter him. In France he can get by with arm gestures and the occasional word like “Peugeot, Renault or Citroen”. However when we were in Lanzarote hiring a car and the chap was explaining where the spare wheel and jack were, my husband , arms folded replied “Tres bien!” (Del Boy style). I had to walk away.He once asked for two portions of ‘Sansui’ in Chinatown. It’s a stereo system!Pauline Bolt—I got a job working in Italy as a club rep, booked a flight and left. I didn’t take much money as back up, thinking I would make loads of money there. I was terrible at the job – no one spoke English so it was impossible.Managed to flick a fag in my eye and a dog called Elmo peed on my suitcase. Tried to get home but my card had been cancelled. What an idiot for going abroad and not taking cash!Hayley French—In Montana, my friend and I decided to go horse-riding. My horse had a Western-style saddle over a blanket. During the ride over fairly uneven ground, the blanket slipped further and further sideways until eventually I was at 90 degrees to the horse, hanging on for grim death. When the cowboy in charge came back to rescue me, he discovered the only thing holding me onto the horse was my bra which was caught on the pommel! Unhooking me cost me any dignity I had left.Emma Ryan, Brighton—I ate a horrible local dish in a tiny, traditional Greek restaurant once in Kefalonia. I washed it down with what I thought was water. It was Ouzo. I then leaned over the table and threw up. And if that wasn’t bad enough, I threw up on the house cat. We promptly left.Jack Knott—When I was in New York a few years ago, a stranger approached me and asked if I wanted Coke. “Actually I would really like a Fanta!” I replied. He was standing close to a soft drink stall and gave me a baffled look as he walked away shaking his head! How was I supposed to know he was the friendly local drug dealer?Michael Diamond—On arriving in Spain, I noticed on the luggage carousel that someone’s knickers had fallen out of a case and were being paraded in front of everyone. I burst out laughing and pointed it out to everyone, only to then realise they were in fact my knickers! Needless to say, I left them behind and made a quick exit.Joanna Hyde—Imagine the beautiful Spanish countryside drive from Sevilla to Cadiz, all 128km of it, through meandering roads and Rioja soaked fields, looking forward to a dip in the hotel pool as you arrive in sunny Cadiz, only to realise your passport is hidden under the TV back in Sevilla. Joy. The déjà vu drive back and forth was not so delightful.Rohan ClinnickDidn’t win but want a copy anyway? Buy An Idiot Abroad at Amazon!ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedWIN: Karl Pilkington’s ‘An Idiot Abroad’ book and DVD!WIN: Karl Pilkington’s ‘An Idiot Abroad’ book and DVD!The ultimate guide to getting the most out of your year abroadWhether you’re organising a student exchange or planning a gap year of action packed travel, our Student Travel Writer, Jamie Doris from Heriot-Watt University shares his top tips to get the most out of your year abroad.Cabin Crew Interview: life of a flight attendantCabin Crew Interview: life of a flight attendantlast_img read more