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Kpreps 8-Man, Division II All-State Team - 2018

Kpreps presents the 2018 8-Man, Division II All-State team. [READ]

8M-II: Atkins helps Hanover win third straight title

Hanover built a 20-point halftime lead and held off Osborne, 58-50, to win their third straight eight-man state title. The 108 combined points set a record for the highest combined output in eight-man state history. [READ]

Hanover, Osborne set to clash for 8-Man, Div. II crown

Two-time defending champion Hanover (12-0) will put its win streak of 37 consecutive games on the line against Osborne (11-1) on Saturday in Newton. [READ]

Kpreps Game Day - Week 7

This week's Kpreps Game Day feature a look of some teams outside of the KSHSAA affiliation that are having outstanding seasons. In addition we look at a few of this week's key district games among other news and notes. [READ]

Hoxie, Kennedy consistent on offense with new personnel

After graduating all-state running back Latham Schwarz, Hoxie had several players step up to guide the Indians to 52 points in a big win over Osborne. [READ]

Speed vs. Power: Osborne & Hoxie in the Game of the Week

Will this be a contest between the unstoppable force and the immovable object? High-octane Osborne, ranked No. 2 in 8M-II, will travel to powerful defending champion Hoxie, No. 1 in 8M-I, in the Kpreps Fan's Choice for Game of the Week! [READ]

St. Paul, Spearville, & Plainville survive to the semis

Field goals, bunch plays and fifth downs - Conor Nicholl recaps how St. Paul, Spearville, and Plainville survived to advance to the state semifinals. [READ]

Osborne grinds out state title win; Bruna sets 8M record

Conor Nicholl takes a second look at Osborne's state championship win over St. Francis, and recaps the record-setting careers of Hanover's Will Bruna and Dighton's Tyler Lingg. [READ]

Grabast, Osborne win 8-Man, Div. I state championship

Cullen Grabast rushed for 189 yards and two fourth quarter touchdowns to lift Osborne to a 38-24 win over St. Francis in the Eight-Man, Division I state title game. [READ]