Wahoo was #1 in both state newspapers and they agreed on the top three. The next three were the same, but the OWH had GICC 6th behind Scotus and Neumann while LJS had GICC #4. The two papers had Battle Creek & O'Neill at #7 and #8 with the order just reversed. Kimball, which had gone into the tournament as the only undefeated team (all class) was ranked #9 in the OWH and #10 in the LJS. O'Neill finished the top ten at #9 for the LJS while the OWH ranked Omaha Flanagan at #10. Note -- Class A rankings for this year were unavailable.

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