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ANNOUNCEMENTS & EVENTS

KSHSAA COVID-19 Information for Activities


Volleyball

 

Volleyball

Bump, set, Spike! Kansas’ best will battle for a State Volleyball Championship starting October 30th. Join the four host cities this year for the 50th annual tournament. Check out the additional information below.


Cross Country

 

Cross Country

Augusta-4 Mile Creek Resort, Wamego Country Club and Victoria-Sand Plum Nature Trail are set to host the State Cross Country Championships October 31st. Regionals are set for October 24th. Qualifiers, race schedule and more can be found below.


Gymnastics

 

Gymnastics

The 47th Annual Girls State Gymnastics Championship will take place November 7th. Balance beam, vault, floor, and bars will all be on display at Newton HS. Find the event details below.


Boys Soccer

 

Boys Soccer

November 6-7 will display the best boys soccer teams on the pitch with the Boys Soccer State Championship. Topeka, Spring Hill and Wichita are set to host the three tournaments. Find the brackets and additional information below.


Virtual Workshop

 

Virtual STUCO Advisors Workshop

STUCO Advisors (HS & MS/JH) - Is your leadership vision still 20/20? Gain focus and participate virtually in the KSHSAA STUCO Advisors Workshops on November 11 and 17. See below for more info. Registration closes November 8.


Football

 

Football

Eight football champions will be crowned November 28th. Playoffs begin the last week of October. Don't miss the end to an exciting season. More information may be found below.

 

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Become an Official
Become an Official
They don't make the headlines, but perhaps the most important individuals in high school sports are the contest officials.