- Missouri Class 5 championship: Lee's Summit West 51, Parkway Central 14
- Kansas 5A football: Blue Valley 27, Salina South 26
- Missouri Class 2 Championship Game | Lamar 42, Lawson 0
- Missouri 83, Nevada 70
- Missouri Class 6 Championship Game | Blue Springs 35, Rock Bridge 14
- MSHSAA Boys Soccer Game Action
- MSHSAA Class 3 State Soccer Championship | Rockurst 3, Timberland 1
- Lee's Summit West 42, Kearney 14
- Shawnee Mission East 37, Olathe North 27
- Shawnee Mission East 20, Olathe East 13
- Kansas 6A Soccer Championship Game | Blue Valley Northwest 2, Manhattan 0
- Kansas Class 6A soccer | Olathe East 4, Derby 1
Can’t make it to St. Louis Friday and Saturday? Here’s where to find the high school state championship games on TV.
Blue Springs, Kearney, Lee’s Summit West, Liberty North and Lawson play for state championship berths in Missouri this weekend, and in Kansas, SM East, Olathe North, Blue Valley, Blue Valley West and Paola battle in semifinals.
Titans jump to big halftime lead and pour it on in the second half en route to the victory.
There were no detours on Blue Springs’ drive for five. The Wildcats captured their fifth state championship, and second in succession, with a convincing 35-14 victory over Columbia Rock Bridge in the Missouri Class 6 title game Friday at the Edward Jones Dome.
Blue Valley, behind a scintillating day by senior Logan Brettell, scored on its first play from scrimmage, and the Tigers’ 27-26 win wasn’t assured until Salina South’s Mitch Roets was tackled on the Blue Valley 27 with all zeros on the scoreboard clock.
Down seven points with 14 seconds left in the game, Shawnee Mission East had one more chance to win its first state title. Instead, the drive ended after just two plays with an interception and the Lancers lost 28-21 to Derby in the Kansas Class 6A state championship game on Saturday at Washburn University.
DaShawn Harden, a former Kansas City Star All-Metro girls basketball player of the year, scored 20 and 19 points in her first two games for LSU, winning Southeastern Conference women’s basketball player of the week honors.
Seven players, including the Huskies’ Clayton Custer, sign letters of intent.