Archive for Thursday, March 31, 2011

BLHS earns KSHSAA sportsmanship award

March 31, 2011

The Kansas State High School Activities Association has announced its State Basketball Tournament Sportsmanship Awards, and Basehor-Linwood High School was recognized for its good behavior during the Class 4A state tournament.

The Bobcats — who completed a 20-5 season with a third-place finish at state — received sportsmanship plaques and medals, the highest sportsmanship honor bestowed by KSHSAA at the state tournament.

Also garnering plaques and medals were Cheney, Holton and Ottawa.

According to a KSHSAA press release, “Schools whose teams did not advance to the semifinal round were eligible to receive a certificate if they met the qualifying standards of sportsmanship. Schools participating all three days of the tournament were eligible to receive a plaque for their school and medals for cheerleaders.”

KSHSAA uses a special sportsmanship committee to evaluate and rate cheerleaders, school cheering sections, adult and non-high school followers, teams and the schools’ coaches in determining the awards.

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