Softball State Champions



Year Class Champion (Record) Runner Up Score
1976 - Duchesne (16-2) Fatima 14 - 5
1977 - Hazelwood West (7-7) Crocker 11 - 7
1978 - Lafayette (Wildwood) (14-2) Vienna 2 - 1
         
1980 1A-2A Mid-Buchanan (15-0) New Haven 13 - 2
  3A-4A Lafayette (Wildwood) (17-1) Sullivan 15 - 2 (5)
         
1981 1A-2A Southern Boone Co. (11-2) Wheaton 16 - 4 (6)
  3A-4A Parkway Central (16-2) Bishop DuBourg 13 - 5
         
1981 1A-2A Jefferson (13-1) Crocker 10 - 5
  3A-4A Parkway Central (15-2) Fr. Zumwalt 16 - 4
         
1982 1A-2A West Nodaway (15-2) Southern Boone County 8 - 3
  3A-4A Lafayette (Wildwood) (16-4) Lindbergh 3 - 0
         
1983 1A-2A Vienna (16-3) Mercer 12 - 2 (6)
  3A-4A Hazelwood Central (20-1) Holt 5 - 4
         
1984 1A-2A Vienna Westran 3 - 2
  3A-4A Lindbergh (19-5) Lafayette (Wildwood) 4 - 3
         
1985 1A-2A North Nodaway (16-0) Wheaton 2 - 0
  3A-4A Hazelwood Central (16-2) Lafayette (Wildwood) 3 - 2
         
1986 1A-2A Southern Boone Co. (14-1) Westran 6 - 5 (10)
  3A-4A Northwest (Cedar Hill) (15-2) Lafayette (Wildwood) 1 - 0
         
1987 1A-2A Westran (24-1) Marion C. Early 7 - 0
  3A-4A Lafayette (Wildwood) (21-3) Holt (Wentzville) 2 - 0
         
1988 1A-2A Marion C. Early (20-0) New Franklin 3 - 1
  3A-4A Parkway West (20-6) Lindbergh 4 - 0
         
1989 1A-2A New Franklin (21-1) Putnam County 6 - 0
  3A-4A Parkway South (26-3-1) Hannibal 9 - 6
         
1990 1A-2A Putnam County (23-1) Fatima 2 - 1
  3A-4A Hannibal (24-1) Hazelwood West 1 - 0
         
1991 1A-2A Norwood (17-1) Princeton 7 - 4
  3A Fatima (22-2) Westran 1 - 0
  4A Parkway South (18-6) Mehlville 6 - 2
         
1992 1A St. Elizabeth (17-4) Tina-Avalon 13 - 0 (5)
  2A-3A Marion C. Early (23-2) Putman County 2 - 1 (8)
  4A Parkway West (20-4) Fox 4 - 3
         
1993 1A North Harrison (18-0) St. Elizabeth 6 - 1
  2A-3A Wright City (15-3) Westran 8 - 1
  4A Parkway West (22-3) Pattonville 2 - 1 (9)
         
1994 1A St. Elizabeth (21-5) Wheaton 5 - 0
  2A-3A Wright City (22-3) Putnam County 1 - 0
  4A Pattonville (23-2) Hazelwood Central 1 - 0 (15)
         
1995 1A Community (18-5) Jefferson 8 - 0
  2A-3A Fatima (23-3) Lawson 9 - 0
  4A Parkway South (23-4) Hannibal 5 - 4
         
1996 1A Wheaton (17-1) South Nodaway 11 - 8
  2A Westran (24-2) Kelly 5 - 4 (8)
  3A Fatima (23-5) O'Hara 4 - 2
  4A Blue Springs (23-2) Cor Jesu Academy 4 - 0
         
1997 1A Jefferson (18-2) St. Elizabeth 2 - 1
  2A Kelly (18-4) Westran 2 - 0
  3A Palmyra (26-0-1) Excelsior Springs 2 - 0
  4A Lafayette (Wildwood) (24-3-1) Fox 3 - 2 (10)
         
1998 1A Jefferson (22-3) North Shelby 6 - 0
  2A Putnam County (24-4) Westran 2 - 0
  3A Excelsior Springs (24-5) Willard 4 - 0
  4A Rockwood Summit (24-7) McCluer North 2 - 1
         
1999 1A LaPlata (25-3) Silex 4 - 2
  2A Westran (20-7) Russellville 2 - 0
  3A Marshfield (23-7) Incarnate Word Academy 3 - 2
  4A Blue Springs (30-2) Cor Jesu Academy 2 - 1
         
2000 1A North Shelby (27-2) Worth County 3 - 1
  2A Lawson (24-2) Salisbury 1 - 0
  3A Pleasant Hill (32-0) Webb City 2 - 1 (8)
  4A Lafayette (Wildwood) (23-9) Seckman 1 - 0
         
2001 1A Jefferson (20-2) LaPlata 2 - 1 (8)
  2A Salisbury (25-2) Blair Oaks 7 - 0
  3A Pleasant Hill (30-1) Helias 1 - 0 (21)
  4A Lafayette (Wildwood) (23-7) Ft. Zumwalt South 3 - 2
         
2002 1 St. Elizabeth (17-9) Lone Jack 10 - 2
  2 Salisbury (28-0) Blair Oaks 4 - 1
  3 Lutheran South (27-5) Kearney 8 - 2
  4 Raymore-Peculiar (32-1) Seckman 8 - 5 (8)
         
2003 1 New Franklin (20-3) Purdy 1 - 0 (10)
  2 Putnam County (22-7) Lawson 3 - 0
  3 Timberland (20-7) Sullivan 4 - 0
  4 Helias (28-2) Lindbergh 2 - 0
         
2004 1 North Shelby (20-8) Silex 2 - 1
  2 Kelly (25-6) Bishop LeBlond 1 - 0
  3 Webb City (32-0) Kearney 8 - 0
  4 Liberty (30-1) Jefferson City 3 - 1 (9)
         
2005 1 Bevier (23-3) Silex 2 - 0
  2 Highland (24-0) Strafford 4 - 2
  3 Kearney (25-4) Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau) 4 - 3
  4 Helias (28-1) Oakville 5 - 1
         
2006 1 Silex (24-2) Miller 4 - 2
  2 Palmyra (27-1) Westran 7 - 1 (5)
  3 Harrisonville (24-8) Seneca 4 - 2
  4 Rockwood Summit (29-2) Jefferson City 1 - 0
         
2007 1 Northeast (Cairo) Silex 1 - 0
  2 Palmyra Westran 1 - 0
  3 Webb City North Callaway 2 - 1
  4 Lafayette (Wildwood) Oakville 1 - 0
         
2008 1 Jefferson Crocker 2 - 1
  2 Palmyra Kelly 5 - 1
  3 Platte County Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau) 7 - 1
  4 Blue Springs Parkway South 7 - 1
         
2009 1 Clopton Jefferson (Conception Junction) 2 - 0
  2 Blair Oaks Trenton 5 - 0
  3 Notre Dame (Cape Gir.) Kirksville 3 - 0
  4 Jefferson City Oakville 2 - 1
         
2010 1 Clopton (25-5) Jefferson (Conception Junction) 2 - 1
  2 Blair Oaks  Trenton 4 - 0
  3 Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau) Kirksville 4 - 3 (8)
  4 Jefferson City Oakville 1 - 0
         
2011 1 Clopton (25-5) Jefferson (Conception Junction) 2 - 1
  2 Warsaw (25-4) Palmyra 4 - 0
  3 Nevada (23-5) Boonville 4 - 3
  4 Oakville (26-1) Truman 1 - 0
         
2012 1 St. Elizabeth (23-5) Jefferson (Conception Junction) 5 - 2
  2 Palmyra (29-2) Pleasant Hope 6 - 2
  3 Centralia (28-2-1) Chillicothe 2 - 0
  4 Troy Buchanan (29-4) Blue Springs 4 - 1

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