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Sectional Football Playoffs

Sectional Football Playoffs Update: The De Soto Wildcat Football team is 10-0 overall on the season and has advanced into Week 3 of the playoffs with a 31-0 victory over the Shawnee Heights Thunderbirds. With that victory the Wildcats claimed a Regional Championship and have earned the right to host another playoff game this Friday! De

ECKMEA District Honor Choir

The Wildcat Choir program recently found out that 16 students were selected to be a part of the East Central Kansas Music Educator’s Association District Honor Choir.   This is a prestigious honor and will be an incredible experience for our students.  They will get to work with nationally known clinicians and go on to compete

ECKMEA District Honor Band

Congratulations to the following students that made this year’s ECKMEA District Honor Bands. They auditioned against almost 1000 other students this weekend at Olathe East High School and we are happy with DHS’s representation (the most students since DHS moved up to 5A!). We are also proud of all the students that auditioned. Make sure

2019 Huhtamaki Hardwood Classic

The 2019 Huhtamaki Hardwood Classic is set for December 9th – 14th. This will be the 5th consecutive year that De Soto High School has hosted this basketball tournament. 2019 Teams will feature: Boys: Blue Valley Southwest, De Soto, F.L. Schlagle, Gardner-Edgerton, Mill Valley, Olathe North, Piper, and St. Joseph Lafayette. Girls: Blue Vally Southwest,

Playoff Football Update

Tuesday, November 5, 2019 Playoff Football Update: The De Soto Wildcat Football team is 9-0 overall on the season and has advanced into Week 2 of the playoffs with a 62-22 victory over the Tuner Golden Bears. De Soto High School will host a KSHSAA Class 5A Regional Playoff Football game vs. the Thunderbirds of

Cross Country Girls 9th, Boys 6th at State Meet

The De Soto high school cross country team competed in the 2019 Kansas 5A State Meet Saturday at Rim Rock Farm near Lawrence. Both teams finished their seasons ranked in the top-10, with the girls 9th and the boys 6th.  Junior Carson Sturdy (10) earned All-State honors to lead the boys to their second top-10