Olathe East, Bishop Miege, Maize South are Kansas state champs: boys high school soccer

Olathe East, Maize South and Bishop Miege captured Kansas state championships in boys high school soccer on Saturday afternoon.

Olathe East fended off Shawnee Mission West 1-0 in an all-Johnson County state championship match at Topeka’s Hummer Park. The Hawks finish the season 17-4-0.

In the Class 5A state-title game at Spring Hill High School, Maize South edged Blue Valley West in the finale for the second straight year. The Mavericks won this one 3-2, finishing their season 20-1-0.

In the Class 4-1A finale at the Scheels Stryker Complex in Wichita, Bishop Miege beat Bishop Ward 5-2. The Stags won their eighth straight state championship and finish their season 17-4-0.

Here are all of the results from Saturday’s championship and third-place matches in all three divisions:


In Topeka; at Hummer Sports Park:

Friday’s semifinals

Olathe East 3, Dodge City 2 (OT)

Shawnee Mission West 2, Washburn Rural 0

Saturday’s third-place game

Washburn Rural 2, Dodge City 1

Saturday’s championship game

Olathe East 1, Shawnee Mission West 0


At Spring Hill High School:

Friday’s semifinals

Maize South 3, St. Thomas Aquinas 1

Blue Valley Southwest 3, Salina South 2

Saturday’s third-place game

Salina South 3, St. Thomas Aquinas 2 (OT)

Saturday’s championship game

Maize South 3, Blue Valley Southwest 2


In Wichita; at Scheels Stryker Complex:

Friday’s semifinals

Bishop Ward 1, McPherson 0 (PKs 7-6)

Bishop Miege 1, Wichita Trinity Academy 0

Saturday’s third-place game

Wichita Trinity Academy 2, McPherson 0

Saturday’s championship game

Bishop Miege 5, Bishop Ward 2