De Soto Girls Varsity Tennis

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2019 Fall Championships T-Shirt Order

De Soto High School has partnered with Century Marketing to bring you a 2019 Fall Championships T-shirt order. You can order t-shirts for the following Wildcat Championships from this past fall season: United Kansas Conference Football Champions United Kansas Conference Girls Cross Country Champions United Kansas Conference Girls Tennis Champions Regional Girls Cross Country Champions

Girls Tennis Begins Season at Emporia Invitational

The Varsity Girls Tennis Team began their season on last week. They competed at the Emporia Invitational on Thursday, September 5th. Here are their results: Singles: Hallie Scott Lost to #5 seed Kaylee Shandy (Wichita Classical) 2-8 Defeated Emily Leihsing (Emporia) 8-1 Defeated Ally Giron (Shawnee Heights) 8-1 Defeated Keira Trupp (Topeka High) 8-1 Emma

DHS Fall Fest is set for FRIDAY, AUG 23

DHS Fall Fest is set for Friday, August 23rd at 5:00pm. Come join the entire DHS Community for a Family Evening full of Fun! The event will begin at 5:00pm and will feature live action from all of our Fall Sports Teams and various youth teams including Lexington Trails Middle School. The event will also

De Soto Summer Camps Now Available

De Soto High School takes pride in offering a wide variety of camps and summer programs for the student-athletes of our community. There is Summer Weights and Conditioning which is encouraged for all sports participants. Other camps for high school students and youth students included opportunities in the following sports: Baseball, Boys Basketball, Football, Girls

State Tennis Recap

Our two girls state tennis qualifiers, Issa Sullivan and Bailey Ramsdell competed at Emporia High School in the KSHSAA Class 5A State Tournament. Issa Sullivan finsihed 6th overall and Bailey played hard but was eliminated. Congratulations to both girls on a successful season! Comments from Coach Justin Hoffman: “This year’s State tournament was a challenge,