Bullpup spikers still ranked No. 2

By Steve Sell
September 30, 2015

Due to the KSHSAA classification changes that came out on Friday, there was some major shuffling in the Kansas Volleyball Association state rankings that were released this morning.

Bishop Miege took over the top spot in Class 4A Division I, displacing Topeka Hayden. The Wildcats are now No. 1 in Class 4A Division II as they dropped down a rung.

McPherson High remained in second in 4A D-I, followed by Hays, Louisburg and Abilene. Rounding out the Top 10 are Andale, Basehor-Linwood, Circle, Rose Hill and DeSoto.

The Bullpups own two wins apiece over Rose Hill and Andale, as well as a victory over Circle.

Hesston moved up two spots this week in Class 3A to No. 6. It trails Silver Lake, Garden Plain, Douglass, Southeast of Saline and Beloit.


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