So... What is KPI & how does it work?
KPI is a ranking system for Kansas high school activities based on record, opponent's record, classification, result margin, and site.
The fact is that a team's win/loss record is not the best way to determine the quality of its performance. Other factors must also be considered when judging the strength of a team. Kansas Performance Index (KPI) uses a point system to quantify how well a team has played throughout the season. Bottom-line: The tougher your schedule, the more points you get awarded.
During the season, KPI will input results for every KSHSAA classified team within a given sport. The KPI website will be updated weekly with the new rankings for each class as well as a power ranking that will include all classes. Want to see how your team ranks with some of the best in the state? Then follow us on Twitter and check this site regularly to see each week's new rankings.
How can you help?
KPI's coverage extends to many high school sports in Kansas, including football, soccer, and basketball. We provide, for every KSHSAA team, complete schedules and results, bracket assignments, score predicitons, and fantasy games. This system depends on accurate scores and records from all games played across the state. Please help us by submitting scores here.