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Sept. 20 – Topeka Capital-Journal Prep Football Rankings

Class 4A
1. Hayden (2) (2-1)
2. Buhler (3) (3-0)
3. Louisburg (4) (3-0)
4. Holton (5) (2-1)
5. Andale (1) (2-1)
Others – Abilene (3-0), Baldwin (3-0), Basehor-Linwood (3-0), Chanute (2-1), Colby (2-1), Columbus (2-1), Concordia (3-0), Hesston (3-0), Independence (3-0), KC Piper (2-1) KC Sumner (3-0), Perry-Lecompton (3-0), Royal Valley (3-0), Ulysses (2-1).

Class 3A
1. Silver Lake (1) (3-0)
2. Garden Plain (2) (3-0)
3. Conway Springs (3) (3-0)
4. Hutchinson Trinity (4) (3-0)
5. Wichita Collegiate (5) (3-0)
Others – Atchison County (3-0), Beloit (2-1), Galena (3-0), Hoisington (3-0), Marion (3-0), Norton (3-0), Phillipsburg (3-0), Pleasant Ridge (3-0), Remington (3-0), Riley County (2-1), Rock Creek (3-0), Rossville (3-0), Scott City (3-0), Smith Center (2-1), Southeast Saline (3-0).

Class 2A-1A
1. Colgan (1) (3-0)
2. Oswego (2) (3-0)
3. Olpe (3) (3-0)
4. Centralia (4) (2-1)
5. Meade (NR) (2-1)
Others – Elkhart (3-0), Ellis (1-2), Ell-Saline (1-2), LaCrosse (3-0), Lyndon (3-0), Oakley (2-1), Stanton County (3-0), Valley Heights (3-0), Washington County (3-0), Wathena (3-0).

Eight-Man Div. I
1. Pretty Prairie (1) (3-0)
2. Hill City (3) (2-0)
3. Lebo (4) (3-0)
4. Jetmore (NR) (3-0)
5. Madison (NR) (3-0)
Others – Burlingame (3-0), Central-Burden (2-1), Clifton-Clyde (2-1), Colony-Crest (3-0), Hoxie (2-1), Macksville (2-1), Quinter (2-1), Rock Hills (3-0), South Gray (2-1), St. John (2-1), Sylvan-Lucas-Luray (3-0).

Eight-Man Div. II
1. Hanover (1) (3-0)

2. Otis-Bison (3) (3-0)
3. Baileyville B&B (4) (3-0)
4. Caldwell (5) (3-0)
5. Ashland (NR) (3-0)
Others – Argonia (2-1), Axtell (2-1), Centre (3-0), Chase (2-1), Cheylin (3-0), Dighton (3-0), Elwood (3-0), Hope (2-1), Quivira Heights (2-1), South Barber (3-0), South Haven (3-0), Victoria (2-1), Waverly (2-1).

About Derek Nester

Derek Nester was born and raised in Blue Rapids, and graduated from Valley Heights High School in May of 2000. He attended Cowley College in Arkansas City and Johnson County Community College in Overland Park studying Journalism & Media Communication. After stops at KFRM and KCLY radio in Clay Center, he joined KNDY in 2002 as a board operator and play by play announcer. Derek is now responsible for the digital content of Dierking Communications, Inc. 6 radio stations. In 2005 Derek joined the staff of KCFX radio in Kansas City as a production assistant for the Kansas City Chiefs Radio Network, which airs on 69 radio stations across 9 Midwest states.