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B&B vs. Thunder Ridge – A Statistical Breakdown from Dusty Deines

KD Country 94 Sports Director Dusty Deines has some interesting tidbits about this Saturdays contest in Newton between the Baileyville B&B Falcons and the Thunder Ridge Longhorns. These were originally posted as Twitter updates:

  • For those way behind or away from the area, Thunder Ridge has been in existence for 4 years. Consolidation of Kensington & Eastern Heights.
  • Last time a team that was located in Kensington played in the State Championship, the K-Town Goldbugs beat B&B 52-6 in 1994.
  • In the consolidation, Kensington has 3 state championship appearances. Won 8-Man in 1979, Runner-Up in DII in 1993, Champ in DII in 1994.
  • In the consolidation, Agra/Eastern Heights never made it to a State Championship game.
  • The numbers I’m about to shoot out about B&B are staggering. They have to be considered one of the top 5 schools to ever play KS 8-Man FB.
  • This will be B&B’s 11th State Championship Appearance. They are 3-7 in their previous 10. Three were 11-Man games, the other 7 were 8-Man.
  • B&B won State Championships in 1982 (1A-11-Man), 2008 (8-Man DI) & 2010 (8-Man DII).
  • This will be the 4th straight State Championship appearance for B&B. Won DI in ’08 and DII in ’10 as mentioned. Lost DI in ’09.
  • B&B is the first team to play in 4 straight 8-Man title games since Hanston played in 7 in a row from 1998-2004.
  • B&B is 1 of 5 schools to play in at least 4 straight 8-Man Titles. Hanston, Claflin (4-89-92), No. Valley (5-86-90), Midway-Denton (5-84-88).
  • If you’re tired of old history, how about some recent history for B&B. This is their 5th straight playoff birth.
  • B&B has won 49 of its last 50 games from 2008-11 and 56 of its last 60 games from 2007-11. Its last regular season loss was 9/21/2007.
  • Other notes on 8-Man State Championships. B&B (DII) and Madison (DI) both have a chance to repeat as champs. Last repeat: Hanover (08-09).
  • Last time both teams repeated? Midway-Denton & Northern Valley in 1986 & 1987. NV won DI then DII, M-D won DII then DI.

KU #13 in Men’s Top 25 College Basketball Poll

1 North Carolina (62) 1-0 1620 2 Kentucky 1-0 1501 3 Ohio State (1) 1-0 1482 4 Connecticut (2) 1-0 1433 5 Syracuse 0-0 1338 6 Duke 1-0 1301 7 Vanderbilt 1-0 1120 8 Florida 1-0 1086 9 Louisville 1-0 1055 10 Pittsburgh 1-0 1027 11 Memphis 0-0 997 12 Baylor 1-0 892 13 Kansas 1-0 755 14 Xavier 1-0 747 15 Wisconsin 0-0 720 16 Arizona 2-0 616 17 UCLA 0-1 404 18 Michigan 1-0 401 19 Alabama 1-0 395 20 Texas A&M 1-0 357 21 Cincinnati 0-0 353 22 Marquette 1-0 335 23 Gonzaga 1-0 283 24 California 1-0 230 25 Missouri 1-0 139

Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/basketball/ncaa/men/polls/#ixzz1dh2OuvxU

KSU #16 in AP Top 25 poll

RANK NAME W—-   L—- PTS—- FIRST PLACE VOTES PREVIOUS
1 LSU Tigers 10 0 1500 60 1
2 Oklahoma St. Cowboys 10 0 1432 0 2
3 Alabama Crimson Tide 9 1 1380 0 4
4 Oregon Ducks 9 1 1325 0 6
5 Oklahoma Sooners 8 1 1230 0 7
6 Arkansas Razorbacks 9 1 1217 0 8
7 Clemson Tigers 9 1 1075 0 9
8 Stanford Cardinal 9 1 1071 0 3
9 Virginia Tech Hokies 9 1 1000 0 10
10 Boise St. Broncos 8 1 880 0 5
11 Houston Cougars 10 0 867 0 11
12 Michigan St. Spartans 8 2 767 0 13
13 Georgia Bulldogs 8 2 756 0 14
14 South Carolina Gamecocks 8 2 706 0 15
15 Wisconsin Badgers 8 2 676 0 16
16 Kansas St. Wildcats 8 2 629 0 17
17 Nebraska Cornhuskers 8 2 583 0 19
18 USC Trojans 8 2 564 0 18
19 TCU Horned Frogs 8 2 402 0 NR
20 Michigan Wolverines 8 2 381 0 22
21 Penn St. Nittany Lions 8 2 320 0 12
22 Southern Miss. Golden Eagles 9 1 250 0 25
23 Florida St. Seminoles 7 3 107 0 NR
24 Notre Dame Fighting Irish 7 3 93 0 NR
25 Baylor Bears 6 3 68 0 NR

Source: http://content.usatoday.com/sportsdata/football/ncaaf/stats/AP-Poll

High School Football Playoff Scores – November 11

8-Man Division I:
Madison 52, Lakeside-Downs 6 – Final
Baileyville B&B vs South Haven – Sat @ 3pm

8-Man Division II:
South Gray 42, Osborne 38 – Final
Thunder Ridge 54, Otis-Bison 26 – Final

2-1A:
Centralia 52, Riverside 18 – Final
LaCrosse 21, Meade 12 – Final
Plainville 6, Stanton County 0 – Final
St. Mary’s Colgan 59, Doniphan West 14 – Final

3A:
Conway Springs vs. Scott City – Sat @ 5 PM
Garden Plain 50, Beloit 34 – Final
Rock Creek 16, Caney Valley 8 – Final
Silver Lake 26, Galena 6 – Final

4A:
Eudora 20, Chanute 13 – Final
Paola 35, Blue Valley Southwest 21 – Final
Rose Hill 56, Ulysses 14 – Final
Topeka Hayden 21, Buhler 14 – Final

NCKL All-League Football Teams Announced

ALL LEAGUE OFFENSE
SCHOOL LAST FIRST GRADE POSITION
ABILENE ANGUIANO JOSH SR OL
SEXTON COLLIN SR REC
WEISSENBACH BEN SR OL
WILSON ANDY JR QB
CLAY CENTER CARSON CALEB JR QB
CONCORDIA BROWN JORDAN SR OL
COPPOC AREN SR RB
FLEMING DEVEN SR OL
WOELLHOF BLAKE SR QB
MARYSVILLE CROME BRETT SR QB
WAMEGO STANDLEE BRAD SR OL
TURNER DAKOTA JR REC
CLAY CENTER CARSON CALEB JR PUNTER
HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE
ABILENE KELLY KANE SR RB
POLK ADRIAN SR REC
SEXTON CASEY SR REC
CHAPMAN HEIMAN ZACH JR REC
HOWARD ANTHONY SR OL
CLAY CENTER ANDERSON KADEN SR REC
COX TREVOR SR RB
COTT CALEB JR OL
CONCORDIA BERGMANN GABE JR REC
HITTLE SKYLER SO OL
POUNDS JOSH JR RB
MARYSVILLE GREEN CALE SR REC
MOORE BRADY JR REC
NIETFELD MICAH JR RB
WRIGHT GARRISON JR OL
WAMEGO MANNING JAMES SR OL
PETERS MICHAIL SR OL
TENEYCH JOHN SO REC
WEBB MATT JR REC
WETHINGTON MARSHALL JR QB
ALL LEAGUE DEFENSE
SCHOOL LAST FIRST GRADE POSITION
ABILENE PARKS DATHAN JR DL
POLK ADRIAN SR LB
SEXTON COLLIN SR DB
CHAPMAN HOWARD ANTHONY SR DL
CLAY CENTER ANDERSON KADEN SR DB
CARSON CALEB JR DB
CONCORDIA BERGMANN GABE JR DL
SNAVELY TYLER SR LB
WOELLHOF BLAKE SR DB
MARYSVILLE MOORE BRADY JR LB
WRIGHT GARRISON JR DL
WAMEGO PAGELER NATHAN JR LB
ABILENE LINN JUSTIN SR KICKER
HONORABLE  MENTION DEFENSE
SCHOOL LAST NAME FIRST GRADE POSITION
ABILENE ANGUIANO JOSH SR DL
KELLY KANE SR LB
KELLY KEIL SO DB
SEXTON CASEY SR DL
WEISSENBACH BEN SR DL
CHAPMAN LANGUARDT TRENT SR DB
LEHMKUHL LOGAN JR DB
CLAY CENTER BOSCH JORDAN JR DL
FLEMING AUSTIN SO DL
GASSMANN BRAITON SR DL
GRATER GAVIN SO LB
CONCORDIA BROWN JORDAN SR DL
HAKE BRENTIN JR LB
MOORE DYLAN SR LB
NORDELL TREVOR JR DB
POUNDS JOSH JR DB
MARYSVILLE O’NEIL GARRETT SR LB
NELSON JESSE SR DB
WAMEGO HOOGLAND DAN SR DL
JACOBSEN IAN SR DL
STANDLEE BRAD SR DL
STODDARD LOGAN SO LB

NCKL All-League Volleyball Teams Announced

First Team
Kelsey Lacy – Abilene *
Karina Anderson – Abilene *
Gracie Sexton – Abilene
Lacey Blake – Clay Center *
Macey Dieckmann – Clay Center
Lindsey Widen – Concordia *
Blair Russell – Marysville *
Haylee Eck – Marysville *
Chelsie Detimore – Marysville *
Lakyn Rowden – Wamego *
Britany Finney – Wamego
True Mussetter – Wamego
*Unanimous

Honorable Mention
Katie Meyers – Abilene
Allyne Clark – Abilene
Jessica Folks – Clay Center
Emily Brown – Concordia
Maggie Leonard – Marysville
Taylor Jager – Wamego
Rachel Griffitt – Wamego

 

Twin Valley League All-League Volleyball Teams Announced

2011 First Team
School Name Class
Axtell, Hanna Mitchell, 11
B & B – Baileyville, Laura Sudbeck, 10
B & B – Baileyville, Caitlin Deters, 12
B & B – Baileyville, Haley Strathman, 11
Centralia, Michelle Haug, 12
Centralia, Vanessa Burdiek, 12
Frankfort, Josie Hale, 11
Valley Heights, Rachel Christie, 12
Washington County, Jordyn Alexander, 12
Washington County, Kylie Penning, 11
Wetmore, Lindsey Hughes, 12
Wetmore, Alayna Noe, 11

Second Team
School Name Class
B & B – Baileyville, Katie Huerter, 10
Bern, Kristin Haverkamp, 12
Centralia, Erika Kramer, 12
Frankfort, Melissa Christener, 12
Hanover, Erika Kruse, 11
Onaga, Cecelia Bryan, 12
Onaga, Morgan Valburg, 12
Valley Heights, Miranda Tormondson, 12
Washington County, Megan Stegman, 11
Washington County, Makaela Miller, 12
Washington County, Emily Heusman, 12
Wetmore, Nichole Boden, 12
Wetmore, Kelsey Henry, 12