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Since the [[2012]] season, [[Kansas]] has had four regions: the [[Northeast Kansas Regional|Northeast]], [[Salina Regional|Salina]], [[Hays Regional|Hays]], and [[Wichita Regional|Wichita]] Regions. Prior to the 2012 season, there was a fifth region, the [[Garden City Regional|Garden City Region]], which served the western portions of the state. Each region hosts both a [[Division B]] and [[Division C]] tournament, but they do not always occur simultaneously. Most seasons, there are 29 state bids per division, although this has varied to some degree. The number of bids per region vary from season to season. Additionally, regional event winners are invited to compete at the state tournament. They are awarded medals but not included in the final ranking.
 
Since the [[2012]] season, [[Kansas]] has had four regions: the [[Northeast Kansas Regional|Northeast]], [[Salina Regional|Salina]], [[Hays Regional|Hays]], and [[Wichita Regional|Wichita]] Regions. Prior to the 2012 season, there was a fifth region, the [[Garden City Regional|Garden City Region]], which served the western portions of the state. Each region hosts both a [[Division B]] and [[Division C]] tournament, but they do not always occur simultaneously. Most seasons, there are 29 state bids per division, although this has varied to some degree. The number of bids per region vary from season to season. Additionally, regional event winners are invited to compete at the state tournament. They are awarded medals but not included in the final ranking.
  
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Revision as of 17:29, 2 March 2021

Regions of Kansas
B Regionals 4
C Regionals 4
Type Open

Since the 2012 season, Kansas has had four regions: the Northeast, Salina, Hays, and Wichita Regions. Prior to the 2012 season, there was a fifth region, the Garden City Region, which served the western portions of the state. Each region hosts both a Division B and Division C tournament, but they do not always occur simultaneously. Most seasons, there are 29 state bids per division, although this has varied to some degree. The number of bids per region vary from season to season. Additionally, regional event winners are invited to compete at the state tournament. They are awarded medals but not included in the final ranking.

Region Information

Region Website Counties Served Location Date Number of Bids to State Tournament
Northeast Johnson County Community College February 29th, 220 B: 12
C: 11
Wichita Andover Central High School February 29th, 2020 B: 9
C: 5
Salina K-State University Polytechnic Campus February 4, 2020 (B)
February 6, 2020 (C)
B: 4
C: 7
Hays Fort Hays State University February 19, 2020 (C)
February 21, 2020 (B)
B: 5
C: 7