The 2015 season is now complete after this Saturdays Final of Blue Valley vs Derby.
Brandon Clark’s Derby Panthers claimed their second 6A State Title in three seasons, and won in model fashion despite freezing conditions, and an awful situation for athletes trying to maintain any quality footing.
Congrats to the Blue Valley Tigers on a great season, and representing the 6A East. They finished the year at 10-3 Overall.
In the days, and weeks to come more the Sunflower League will release their 1st, 2nd, and Honorable Mention teams, among many other honors for our 12 High Schools.
* Look for Thomas (Tommy) A. Simone Award - Sunflower nominations
* Kansas Shrine Bowl - Sunflower nominations
* KS vs MO All-Star game - Sunflower nominations
* Any additional honors, and we'll be be corresponding with others around the State, here locally, and publications covering our Sunflower 12
* If you do know of an Honor to the Team, or Student-athlete, or Coaches, don't hesitate to message us, and we will post it soon as we can
Rising to the challenge in the near future will also be the Gardner-Edgerton Trailblazers. G-E and Olathe West will be #13 and #14 schools now part of the current 12 team league.
There is already plenty of talk, as to what will or will not happen come the 2018 Varsity Football season. For no, weather it is good or bad, or we like it or do not, the #SFLfball will continue to be logged as a single table/standings. Should any news break on how everything plays out, you will be the first to know.
SFL standings will continue to matter, but there will be a slight change that will be posted in weeks one (1) through (8) in the 2016 season. A SFL League Champion, or Champion(s) see the 2010 season, will continue as scheduled to be crowned, even as all teams will see as many as six (6) league games, while some will play seven (7) with one, or as many as two non-conference teams during the 2016 and 2017 schedules.
Rogers Heritage AR War Eagles are not on any future Sunflower team schedule at this time.
With the addition of GET, our local counterparts the EKL will be down to nine (9) teams/schools