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  • After last week's win against perennial power Blue Valley, a team hamstrung by key transfers, could the Blue Valley Northwest Huskies be an emerging Class 6A contender in the fourth season under coach Clint Rider? (Photo by Tim Galyean, tgfoto.com)
    After last week's win against perennial power Blue Valley, a team hamstrung by key transfers, could the Blue Valley Northwest Huskies be an emerging Class 6A contender in the fourth season under coach Clint Rider? (Photo by Tim Galyean, tgfoto.com)
  • In spite of a narrow loss to Arkansas power Bentonville last week Mill Valley still looks like the most complete team in all of Kansas football. A highly anticipated game with Lawrence was cancelled due to a positive COVID test by a Chesty Lion, but the Jags were able to schedule a game with another top 6A program, Gardner-Edgerton, tonight at 7 p.m. (Photo by Lori Wood Habiger)
    In spite of a narrow loss to Arkansas power Bentonville last week Mill Valley still looks like the most complete team in all of Kansas football. A highly anticipated game with Lawrence was cancelled due to a positive COVID test by a Chesty Lion, but the Jags were able to schedule a game with another top 6A program, Gardner-Edgerton, tonight at 7 p.m. (Photo by Lori Wood Habiger)
  • After slipping by a Tonganoxie team bolstered by transfers from Free State and Piper last week Paola appears ready for another deep postseason run. Do they finally have the pieces to take down 4A super power Bishop Miege? (Photo courtesy Miami County Republic)
    After slipping by a Tonganoxie team bolstered by transfers from Free State and Piper last week Paola appears ready for another deep postseason run. Do they finally have the pieces to take down 4A super power Bishop Miege? (Photo courtesy Miami County Republic)
  • Cheney dismantled Garden Plain last week and appears headed for another deep run in the playoffs thanks to the emergence of junior QB Harrison Voth. (Photo by Jean Nance, Times-Sentinel Newspapers)
    Cheney dismantled Garden Plain last week and appears headed for another deep run in the playoffs thanks to the emergence of junior QB Harrison Voth. (Photo by Jean Nance, Times-Sentinel Newspapers)
  • Hoisington is on a mission to prove that last year's semifinal upset at the hands of Norton was a fluke. The Cardinals should be a favorite in the next three games, though Phillipsburg and Minneapolis are no pushovers, and the final two games of the year feature a pair of tough match-ups with Norton and Beloit. (Photo by Joey Bahr)
    Hoisington is on a mission to prove that last year's semifinal upset at the hands of Norton was a fluke. The Cardinals should be a favorite in the next three games, though Phillipsburg and Minneapolis are no pushovers, and the final two games of the year feature a pair of tough match-ups with Norton and Beloit. (Photo by Joey Bahr)
  • Jeff Hennick has the Oakley Plainsmen shaking things up in 1A. Games with Inman and Smith Center will provide Oakley a pair of big challenges over the next two weeks. (Photo by Carrie Towns)
    Jeff Hennick has the Oakley Plainsmen shaking things up in 1A. Games with Inman and Smith Center will provide Oakley a pair of big challenges over the next two weeks. (Photo by Carrie Towns)
  • Canton-Galva appears headed for a return trip to the 8-Man I title game after last year's historic comeback victory. (Photo by Karrie Rathbone)
    Canton-Galva appears headed for a return trip to the 8-Man I title game after last year's historic comeback victory. (Photo by Karrie Rathbone)
  • St. Francis appears to be a team on a mission to win the 8-Man II title game this year after falling to Canton-Galva in the 8-Man I game last fall. (Photo by Shawna Blanka)
    St. Francis appears to be a team on a mission to win the 8-Man II title game this year after falling to Canton-Galva in the 8-Man I game last fall. (Photo by Shawna Blanka)