Yeah, HS Football in Kansas. ONHS had a perfect season in '09 and won the 6A championship. They have also won the 6A championship in '03, '02, '01, '00, '98, '97, and '96.
Jayhawks are done this year, but I imagine they'll just re-load and come back to take the big twelve again next year.
KU basketball notable accomplishments:
The program has enjoyed considerable national success, having been selected Helms Foundation National Champions in 1922 and 1923, winning NCAA national championships in 1952, 1988, and 2008, playing in 13 Final Fours, and being regularly ranked in the AP Top 25 college basketball poll. Kansas ranks second all-time in NCAA Division I wins with 2,003 wins (as of March 18, 2010), against only 795 losses (.716 winning %, 3rd all-time). This record includes a 651–106 (.860) mark at historic Allen Fieldhouse. The Jayhawks are first in NCAA history with 91 winning seasons. They have had the fewest head coaches (eight) of any program that has been around 100 or more years. Yet, they have reached the Final Four under more head coaches (six) than any other program in the nation. Every head coach at Kansas since the inception of the NCAA Tournament has led the program to the Final Four. Kansas has had four head coaches inducted into the Naismith Hall of Fame, more than any other program in the nation. A perennial conference powerhouse, Kansas leads Division I in all-time in conference titles with 53 in 103 years of conference play (the MVIAA Conference was created in 1907) through the 2009–2010 regular season. The Jayhawks have won a record 10 conference titles and a record 7 conference tournament titles in the 14 years of the Big 12's existence. The program also owns the best Big 12 records in both those areas with a 188–37 record in conference play and a 28–7 record in tournament play.
And how many final fours has Mizzou been to again?