Softball History
Softball

History of State Softball Champions

YEAR

CLASS

CHAMPION

LOCATION

2017

 

 

 

 

 

2016

 

 

 

 

 

2015

 

 

 

 

 

2014

 

 

 

 

 

2013

 

 

 

 

6A

5A

4A DI

4A DII

3A

2-1A

6A

5A

4A DI

4A DII

3A

2-1A

6A

5A

4A DI

4A DII

3A

2-1A

6A

5A

4A DI

4A DII

3A

2-1A

6A

5A

4A

3A

2-1A

Olathe Northwest

Tecumseh-Shawnee Heights

Spring Hill

Girard

Riverton

Valley Falls

Olathe South

Topeka-Seaman

Spring Hill

Frontenac

Riverton

Valley Falls

Olathe South

Wichita-Bishop Carroll

Augusta

Meriden-Jefferson West

Silver Lake

Cottonwood Falls-Chase Co.

Topeka-Washburn Rural

Wichita-Bishop Carroll

Augusta

Pratt

Silver Lake

Cottonwood Falls-Chase Co.

Olathe East

Wichita-Bishop Carroll

De Soto

Silver Lake

Cottonwood Falls-Chase Co.

Lawrence-Rock Chalk Park

Wichita-Two Rivers Youth Complex

Salina-Bill Burke Complex

Trusler Sports Complex

Manhattan-Twin Oaks Complex

Pratt-Green Sports Complex

OP-Blue Valley West HS

Twin Oaks Complex

Bill Burke Complex

Trusler Sports Complex

Manhattan-Twin Oaks Complex

Great Bend Sports Complex

Lawrence-Rock Chalk Park

Wichita-Two Rivers Youth Complex

Salina-Bill Burke Complex

Topeka-Hummer Sports Complex

Manhattan-Twin Oaks Complex

Pratt-Green Sports Complex

OP-Blue Valley West HS

Twin Oaks Complex

Bill Burke Complex

Green Sports Complex

Hummer Sports Complex

Great Bend Sports Complex

OP-Blue Valley West HS

Two Rivers Youth Complex, Wichita

Bill Burke Complex, Salina

Twin Oaks Complex, Manhattan

Trusler Sports Complex, Emporia


[Complete History]

 

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