De Soto Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 8 - 2
  • Conference Record: 4 - 0

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Football Spirit Wear

The Football program has two options for spirit wear orders. Be sure to check the order deadlines on each website! Here are the links: VOLT–https://squareup.com/store/desoto-fb-2019 X- GRAIN- https://stores.inksoft.com/WS20370/shop/home

Football Jamboree

De Soto High School will be hosting a Football Jamboree on Friday, August 30th, 2019. Participating schools will include De Soto, Blue Valley North, Olathe East, and Olathe Northwest. Admissions:  Admissions are charged at DHS. $5 for Adults and $3 for Students K-12. UKC passes and DHS All Sports Passes will be accepted. Host school

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

College Signing Day

De Soto High School hosted a college signing day on Thursday, February 8th, 2018 at 2:30pm in the Main Gym. There were 15 student-athletes who signed to play their respective sport at the collegiate level. Congratulations to the following 15 student-athletes: Kelsey Heer Track and Field at Bethany College Gabrielle Collins Track and Cross Country

Wildcats Sign for Collegiate Athletics

On Thursday, February 4th De Soto High School honored nine Wildcat student-athletes who signed their letter of intent to play their respected sport at the collegiate level. The ceremony was held in the Main Gym and students, teachers, coaches, and families attended. There were five Football players, three Baseball players, one Volleyball player, and one