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Our Week 6 high school football predictions: How d we do

Our Week 6 high school football predictions: How'd we do?

West Linn or Tigard? Lake Oswego or Sherwood? Westview or Liberty? Sandy or Wilsonville? Scappoose or Banks? Camas or Skyview?

Here's who we're picking in each of those Week 6 high school football matchups, as well as several others.

Agree or disagree with our picks? Feel free to share your predictions in the comments section.

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JD Humburg: Southridge

Jerry Ulmer: Sunset

Nick Daschel: Sunset

Scott Sepich: Sunset

Hayes Gardner: Southridge

Kent Frasure: Southridge

Jordan Johnson: Sunset

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Week 1 computerized Kansas high school football predictions, The Topeka Capital-Journal

Week 1 computerized Kansas high school football predictions

In this file photograph, Topeka High’s Ky Thomas, right, pushes off Washburn Rural’s Chandler Rogers as he looks for a block against Washburn Rural, Oct. 7, 2016. (2016 file photograph/The Capital-Journal)

The Capital-Journal’s weekly high school football computerized rankings are based on a statistical formula that assigns a power index rating to every team in Kansas. The rating is determined largely by the amount of points a team scores and the relative strength of the opponent against whom those points were scored. By comparing the power ratings of two competing teams, a winner is predicted.

Games marked by a bullet are those in which Capital-Journal state prep writer Brent Maycock disagrees with the computer prediction. The favored teams are listed on the left, home teams are CAPITALIZED.

Last year, Maycock posted one of his highest overall winning percentages ever, finishing by correctly prediction 82.9 percent winners. He wound up beating the computer by just 27 games, but still has never lost to the computer. Will this be the year, or will Maycock continue his mastery?

… Favorite … Point difference … Underdog

… 111.8 … Blue Valley North … 17.5 … BLUE VALLEY NORTHWEST … 94.3

… 92.1 … BLUE VALLEY SOUTHWEST … 6.8 … Blue Valley West … 85.3

… 63.9 … Jefferson North … 10.7 … MAUR HILL-MT. ACADEMY … 53.2

… 67.5 … Mission Valley … 44.4 … CENTRAL HEIGHTS … 23.1

… 97.2 … NEMAHA CENTRAL … 82.2 … Atchison County … 15

… 78.5 … WASHINGTON COUNTY … 39.9 … Doniphan West … 38.6

… 67.5 … Hutchinson Central Christian … 21.7 … PRETTY PRAIRIE … 45.8

… 50.9 … Madison … 35.1 … MARAIS DES CYGNES VALLEY … 15.8

Northern Valley at Alma, Neb.; Oberlin at Cambridge, Neb.; Holly, Colo. at Deerfield; Atwood at Hitchcock County, Neb.; KC Schlagle at KC Southeast, Mo.; Wichita Homeschool at Lawrence Veritas; Hooker, Okla. at Meade; Balko, Okla. at Moscow; Liberal, Mo. at Northeast-Arma; Harrisonville, Mo. at Pittsburg; Rolla at Springfield, Colo.; Axtell at St. Mary’s Academy; Beaver, Okla. at Stanton County; Altoona-Midway at Wichita Sunrise.

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Shawnee Heights vs Schlagle Boys – 3-11-17

Shawnee Heights 66, Schlagle 49 (5A Boys State Championship Game)

Shawnee Heights vs Eisenhower Boys – 3-10-17 (Final 4:30 of 4th Q and OT)

Shawnee Heights 57, Eisenhower 55 (OT) (5A Boys State Semifinal)

Shawnee Heights vs Seaman Boys – 3-4-17

Shawnee Heights 58, Seaman 56 (Sub-state Final)

Rock Creek vs Holton Boys – 3-4-17

Rock Creek 59, Holton 29 (Sub-state final)

Silver Lake vs Perry-Lecompton Boys – 3-3-17

Silver Lake 57, Perry-Lecompton 52 (Sub-state semifinal)

Rossville vs St. Marys Boys – 3-3-17

Rossville 55, St. Marys 47 (Sub-state semifinal)

Seaman vs Highland Park Boys – 3-2-17

Seaman 69, Highland Park 60 (Sub-state Semifinal)

Rossville vs Royal Valley Boys – 2-28-17

Rossville 66, Royal Valley 62 (Sub-state Round 1)

Shawnee Heights vs Manhattan Girls – 2-24-17

Manhattan 65, Shawnee Heights 30

Shawnee Heights vs Manhattan Boys – 2-24-17

Manhattan 55, Shawnee Heights 46

Topeka West vs Shawnee Heights Girls 2-17-17

Shawnee Heights 51, Topeka West 40

Topeka West vs Shawnee Heights Boys 2-17-17

Shawnee Heights 53, Topeka West 41

Highland Park vs Seaman Girls – 2-14-17

Seaman 49, Highland Park 43

Highland Park vs Seaman Boys – 2-14-17

Highland Park 59, Seaman 50

Washburn Rural vs Hayden Girls – 2-10-17

Washburn Rural 69, Hayden 52

Washburn Rural vs Hayden Boys 2-10-17

Hayden 69, Washburn Rural 56

Hayden vs Junction City Girls – 2-7-17

Hayden 54, Junction City 49

Hayden vs Junction City Boys – 2-7-17

Hayden 61, Junction City 53

Shawnee Heights vs Topeka High Girls 2-3-17

Topeka High 63, Shawnee Heights 49

Shawnee Heights vs Topeka High Boys 2-3-17

Shawnee Heights 59, Topeka High 50

Topeka West vs Manhattan Girls 1-31-17

Manhattan 70, Topeka West 31

Topeka West vs Manhattan Boys 1-31-17

Manhattan 61, Topeka West 37

Highland Park vs Hayden Boys – 1-27-17

Hayden 68, Highland Park 65

Topeka High vs Topeka West Boys – 1-20-17

Topeka High 57, Topeka West 50 (Topeka Invitational)

Highland Park vs Wichita Southeast Boys – 1-20-17

Wichita Southeast 62, Highland Park 57 (Topeka Invitational)

Highland Park vs Wichita East Boys (Second Half ONLY) – 1-19-17

Highland Park 57, Wichita East 55 (Topeka Invitational)

Topeka High vs Vashon (MO) Boys 1-19-17

Vashon (MO) 58, Topeka High 44 (Topeka Invitational)

Topeka West vs Wichita South Boys – 1-19-17

Wichita South 58, Topeka West 45 (Topeka Invitational)

Topeka High vs Shawnee Mission Northwest Girls – 1-17-16

SM Northwest 53, Topeka High 41

Hayden vs Seaman Girls – 1-13-17

Seaman 51, Hayden 40

Hayden vs Seaman Boys – 1-13-17

Hayden 59, Seaman 44

Topeka West vs KC Washington Girls – 1-6-17

Topeka West 60, KC Washington 28

Topeka West vs KC Washington Boys – 1-6-17

Topeka West 74, KC Washington 67

Washburn Rural vs Shawnee Heights Girls 12-16-16

Washburn Rural 57, Shawnee Heights 35

Washburn Rural vs Shawnee Heights Boys 12-16-16

Washburn Rural 65, Shawnee Heights 56

Shawnee Heights vs Seaman Boys 12-13-16

Shawnee Heights 66, Seaman 62 (OT)

Shawnee Heights vs Seaman Girls 12-13-16

Seaman 48, Shawnee Heights 40

Hayden vs Basehor-Linwood Girls 12-9-16

Hayden 48, Basehor-Linwood 42

Hayden vs Basehor-Linwood Boys 12-9-16

Hayden 54, Basehor-Linwood 52

Seaman vs Leavenworth Girls – 12/2/16

Leavenworth 48, Seaman 17

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  • Lawrence High School (Kansas)

    Lawrence High School (Kansas)

    Lawrence High School (LHS) is a public secondary school in Lawrence, Kansas, USA operated by Unified School District 497, and serves students of grades 9 to 12. The school is one of the two public high schools located in the city. Lawrence High enrolled 1,260 students in the 2007-2008 school year. The school colors are red and black and the mascot is the "Chesty Lion".

    Lawrence High School was established in 1857 in order to help educate the growing population of Lawrence. The first classes were held in the basement of a Unitarian Church. Three years later, the school was relocated to the current site of Liberty Memorial Central Middle School, on Massachusetts Street. In 1930, the Lion was introduced as the school symbol and in 1946, it made its official debut as the school mascot. Lawrence High moved to its current location on Louisiana Street in 1954.

    Lawrence is a member of the Kansas State High School Activities Association and offers a variety of sports programs. Athletic teams compete in Class 6A and are known as the "Chesty Lions". Extracurricular activities are also offered in the form of performing arts, school publications, and clubs. Throughout its history, Lawrence High has won more state championships in athletics than any other high school in the state of Kansas.

    The school originated in 1857 and was referred to as "Quincy School". The first classes were held in the basement of a Unitarian church located at 906 Kentucky Street. Three years later the city of Lawrence chartered a public school system, which was located at 15th and Massachusetts, currently the site of Liberty Memorial Central Middle School. Construction of the original building for the school was completed in 1865. The high school occupied a succession of buildings until the opening of the present campus, at 19th and Louisiana Streets, in 1954.

    The building was expanded repeatedly over the ensuing forty years, as the school district struggled to keep pace with the growth of Lawrence's population. Finally, in 1997, a second public high school, Lawrence Free State High School, was opened, ending the city's long record of all students being educated in a single high school.

    Extracurricular activities

    The Chesty Lions compete in the Sunflower League and are classified as a 6A school, the largest classification in Kansas according to the Kansas State High School Activities Association. Throughout its history, Lawrence has won more state championships than any other high school in the state. Many graduates have gone on to participate in Division I, Division II, and Division III athletics including former KU All-Americans Danny Manning and Paul Endacott.

    Currently Lawrence High has more than 100 state championships in various sports, one of the highest totals in the nation. The first state championship was won in 1914 in boys basketball. The next title in basketball was 1948, when the Lions defeated Newton 39-36 n the state final. This started a half century of athletic achievements by the Chesty Lions. From 1954 to 2009 the Lions added 104 more state titles, bringing their total to 105. In 2008, Sports Illustrated listed Lawrence High School as the top high school athletics program in Kansas. Additionally, due to the success of Lawrence High and the University of Kansas, Lawrence was featured as a candidate for Titletown, United States by ESPN.

    The Lawrence High School Chesty Lions have 31 undefeated seasons in football, the most in the United States. [8] Additionally, the Chesty Lions won a High School Football National Championship in 1960. The Chesty Lions won five consecutive Kansas State High School Activities Association state championships in Class 6A, the state's largest, from 1989 through 1993. The record was broken by Hutchinson High School in 2009. From 1930-2008, games were played at Haskell Memorial Stadium. [9] Following completion of the new football stadium on the Lawrence High campus, the football team began playing games on the new stadium in 2009.

    State Championships

    Lawrence High has won the following state championships: [10] [11]

    Notable alumni
    • David Booth, CEO of Dimensional Fund Advisors
    • Corinne Brinkerhoff, television producer and writer
    • Erin Brockovich, had a movie made about her when she helped a town win a $333 million lawsuit because Pacific Gas and Electric Company had contaminated their water supply
    • Robert Docking, 38th Governor of Kansas
    • Paul Endacott, led the Kansas Jayhawks to consecutive Helms Foundation national championships in 1922 and 1923
    • John Hadl, former professional American football player and All-American running back at KU
    • Christopher Karpowitz, political scientist
    • Larry Kwak, cancer researcher, named one of the Most Influential People in the world by Time Magazine in 2010
    • Danny Manning, led the University of Kansas basketball team to the 1988 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament championship
    • Brian McClendon, Google Earth creator
    • Alan Mulally, Ford MotorsCEO
    • Sara Paretsky, author
    • Kannon Shanmugan, Prominent Williams & Connolly attorney arguing cases before the US Supreme Court
    • Bucky Scribner, former NFL punter for the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers
    • Sri Srinivasan, Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
    • Robby Steinhardt, former member of Kansas
    • Jeff Yagher, Americanactor
    References
    1. ^GNIS for Lawrence High School;USGS; October 13, 1978.
    2. ^USD 497
    3. ^USD 497 - Superintendent
    4. ^High School CEEB Code Search
    5. ^ abc"School Search - Lawrence HS". Kansas State High School Activities Association . Retrieved 27 April 2012 .
    6. ^KSHSAA School Classification List
    7. ^KSHSAA School District ListArchived 2010-09-23 at the Wayback Machine.
    8. ^"NFLHS.com". Archived from the original (English) on 2007-06-14 . Retrieved 2008-11-09 .
    9. ^ Smith, Benton (August 31, 2007). "Haskell Stadium a house of history". Lawrence Journal-World . Retrieved March 25, 2011 .
    10. ^"KSHSAA Athletics". Archived from the original (English) on 2006-08-18 . Retrieved 2006-09-26 .
    11. ^"Kansas High School Football Champions" (English) . Retrieved 2009-06-02 .
    12. ^"State Records & State Champions". Archived from the original (English) on 2009-04-21 . Retrieved 2010-02-05 .
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