The state of Wyandotte County girls basketball has been weak for the most part the past five to seven years.
At Bonner Springs High School, that's different this season.
The Braves girls basketball team is 12-0 this year and is ranked #4 in MaxPreps' 4A power ranking. They are one of just a handful of undefeated teams in the entire state of Kansas.
When you combine the success of the boys program, Bonner Springs is definitely have a dream season when it comes to basketball.
The boys and girls teams are a combined 21-3 so far this season. Barring a major collapse by either team, it's very likely the two programs will finish at least a combined 20 games .500 this year.
It's very rare for an athletic program in Wyandotte County to have this much success in both girls and boys basketball.
And there's more good news for the teams - they'll be hosting the sub-state regional they are in.
Bonner Springs fans had better make an effort to support their teams this postseason. Home-court could make a difference in these games and Bonner is in a unique situation right now.
The girls should be the favorites in sub-state, while the boys could face both Topeka-Hayden and Basehor-Linwood in the sub-state alone.
Both teams getting to Salina, Kan., is not exactly an insane scenario. The girls have been dominant at times this year and the boys have a ton of seniors on the team.
I'll have a lot more on the girls team tomorrow.
Congratulations to Bonner Springs High School on their success this year!