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Boys - Week 10

To be eligible for postseason, an official must have completed an online rules meeting and scored a 90% or higher on the NFHS rules exam. All officials meeting these two criteria are encouraged to complete a postseason application. Applications are due October 20. The online application is accessible at the official’s page on the KSHSAA website. Officials can enter their schedule and save and add dates to it through Oct. 20.

2021 NFHS POINT OF EMPHASIS #5 – Professional Responsibilities for Officials
Officials are an integral part of education-based athletics and for this reason it is important that officials conduct themselves in a professional manner that upholds the dignity of this vital role. For this reason, an official shall prepare themselves both physically and mentally, shall dress neatly and appropriately, shall master both the rules of the game and the mechanics necessary to enforce the rules, shall exercise impartial authority in a firm and controlled manner and shall stay up to date with game management and health and safety requirements. Additionally, officials shall uphold the honor and dignity of the profession in all interactions with student-athletes, coaches, school administrators and spectators alike.

Schools, please submit recommendations for officials online October 13-20 for the KSHSAA Boys Soccer State Championships. To submit recommendations, login to the KSHSAA Website with your administrator password. In the Entry Forms section click on October. To submit Boys Soccer Officials, select the SC-1 Form and select between 5-10 officials. Only schools participating in soccer should submit recommendations. Please select officials you have observed over the past two years you feel should be considered for a postseason assignment. Only officials who have met all the requirements and are eligible for a postseason assignment will be available for you to choose from. For Cooperative Teams, only one school should submit the recommendations (the school who provides the coach who took the online rules meeting and exam). There is a $50 penalty fee for schools not submitting postseason soccer official recommendations.


  • Regional assignments, postseason brackets, state site information, and current “Boys Standings” may all be accessed via links located under “BOYS STATE” on the right side of the KSHSAA SOCCER HOMEPAGE.
  • Higher seeded teams will host throughout regionals and quarterfinals and will be the home teams for uniform purposes.
  • For soccer postseason contests, any COVID risk-mitigation policies of the host site (school & county) will be followed.
  • Schools unable to play due to COVID-quarantine/exposure should communicate with KSHSAA, seeding manager, and opponent ASAP, and contest will be forfeited with result 1-0 (NFHS Rule 10-2).
  • School Administration – Be sure to report game scores immediately to Rod Garman. Also, communicate game info for subsequent rounds including dates, locations, and start times.
    October 25-26 (Monday-Tuesday) – Regional Play-In & First Round
    October 28 (Thursday) – Regional Finals
    November 2 (Tuesday) – Quarterfinals
    November 5 (Friday) – Semifinals (5:00 & 7:00 p.m.)
    November 6 (Saturday) – Finals (12:00 = Consolation & 2:00 = Championship)

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Current Boys Champions Current Girls Champions
Dodge City
Overland Park-St. Thomas Aquinas
Shawnee Mission-Bishop Miege
Overland Park-Blue Valley West
Overland Park-St. Thomas Aquinas
Shawnee Mission-Bishop Miege

[Previous State Champions]

[Previous State Champions]

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