Free State High junior forward Khadre Lane was named to the Class 6A second team by the Eagle, and the third team by the Capital-Journal. Free State girls senior guard Kennedy Kirkpatrick picked up second team recognition from both papers.
Lawrence High landed three players on the honorable mention lists: senior guard Jake Mosiman and freshman guard Justin Roberts from the LHS boys and junior forward Kionna Coleman from the Lions' girls.
The 5A teams included five Mill Valley players: Jaguars boys Nathan Stacy (second team) and Wyatt Voorhes (third team Capital-Journal, honorable mention Eagle), and Jaguars girls Stephanie Lichtenauer (first team), Tanner Tripp (third team Capital-Journal, honorable mention Eagle) and Mackenzie Conklin (honorable mention).
A senior forward for undefeated 4A boys champion Ottawa, Semi Ojeleye was a consensus first-team selection and his teammate Dallas Natt earned second team honors. Receiving honorable mention from both publications were Eudora's Andrew Ballock, Baldwin's Luke Fursman, Ottawa's Alex Hasty and De Soto's Quinton Verholtz. Tonganoxie's Jack Dale and Santa Fe Trail's Tyler Schafer made the Capital-Journal's honorable mention.
Among 4A girls, Tonganoxie's Jenny Whitledge was a Capital-Journal second-team pick and honorable mention choice by the Eagle. De Soto's Megan Bonar and Santa Fe Trail's Holly Ullery were third-team selections by the Capital-Journal and received honorable mention from the Eagle. Santa Fe Trail's Shelby Dahl and Amber Moore both received honorable mention from the papers, while Baldwin's Katie Jones and Ottawa's Tara Lyday appeared on the Capital-Journal honorable mention list.
In 3A, Wellsville's Carter Mann was a consensus honorable mention pick and his teammate Cole Silsby made the Capital-Journal's honorable mention list.
A McLouth senior, Carter Gish showed up on the honorable mention lists for both papers.