For the third year, the Catch It Kansas student sections rankings are back!
We've been keeping an eye out all summer long before the first football games of the fall kick off Friday night.
First, a recap of past champions
Fall 2015: Garden City High School
Winter 2015-16: Berean Academy
Fall 2016: Goddard High School
Winter 2016-17: Andover High School
Fall 2017: Garden City High School
Winter: 2017-18: McPherson High School
Now, your first rankings of 2018...
(1) Garden City
The defending champions start the year out on top. In 2017, the students donated $500 each week to a charity of their opponents choice. This month, the football team was so appreciative of the student section's efforts they scheduled a student appreciation practice. Also, this happened.
It’s game time at Buffalo Stadium! pic.twitter.com/W1CNRJ22NY— BuffsAthletics (@BUFFSAthletics) October 20, 2017
@KMCTHEMES has been perhaps the most active student section on Twitter leading up to the year. The top student section in Wichita never disappoints.
Derby students pack the stands and bring the heat week and after week. Just check out the turnout for Derby Night Lights!
The Screamin' Stampede has been steadily climbing the rankings the last year, becoming one of the top student sections in the state.
The Lion Den is always a party! Goddard always brings creativity to the stands on Friday nights. They already sent out a sneak peak of what to expect for the first game:
⚠️ATTENTION GHS⚠️ This weeks theme is LAKE DAY! Bring out the bucket hats and the fishin poles, we’re catchin a win this Friday night! We are playing East High @ South high. Be there ready to scream and shout for your Goddard ���� pic.twitter.com/Cck88M99HU— Lion Kingdom (@GHSDen) August 28, 2018
(7) Bishop Carroll
(8) Andover Central
(9) Great Bend
Don't see your school but think you should be top ten? Prove us wrong every Friday night! Tweet us pictures of your school's student section @CatchItKansas. We'll be watching so make sure to be loud, support your team, and bonus points for extra creativity and hitting the road with your school!
Good luck this fall!