Boys' Track and Field State Champions



Year Class Champion Score
1927 B Mountain Grove 16.5 - 16
  A Central (Kansas City) 19 - 16
       
1928 C Archie 19 - 18
  B Fulton 30.6 - 19
  A Central (Kansas City) 26.25 - 24
       
1929 C Senath  26 - 18
  B Benton (St. Joseph) 34 - 27.5
  A Central (St. Joseph) 27 - 25
       
1930 C Hornersville 20 - 19
  B Hannibal 31 - 14
  A Northeast (Kansas City) 23.83 - 22.5
       
1931 C Maldon 17 - 17 tie
    Senath  
  B West Plains 22.5 - 19
  A Webster Groves  31.5 - 26
       
1932 C Hornersville 29.5 - 18
  B Shelbina 22.83 - 18
  A University City 47.75 - 22
       
1933 C Grandview (McFall) 24 - 19
  B Kennett 17 - 16
  A University City 30 - 15
       
1934 C Thayer 29 - 20
  B Clayton 20 - 18
  A University City 38 - 21
       
1935 C Elsberry 24 - 19.3
  B Clayton 20 - 15
  A University City 29 - 15
       
1936 C Mo. School for the Deaf 28 - 15
  B Charleston 22 - 20
  A University City 26.5 - 14
       
1937 C Malden 17 - 13
  B Missouri Military Academy 23.5 - 18
  A Central (St. Joseph) 28 - 21
       
1938 C Greenwood 18 - 13.5
  B Principia 15 - 10
  A University City 28.5 - 18
       
1939 C Greenwood 21 - 19
  B Chillicothe 13 - 11.5
  A University City 32 - 29
       
1940 C Charleston  19 - 17
  B Principia 19 - 16
  A Christian Brothers 25 - 14.5
       
1941 C Charleston  24 - 19
  B Senath  24 - 17
  A Christian Brothers 18 - 17.83
       
1942 C Greenwood 35 - 28
  B Mexico  21 - 21 tie
    Kennett  
  A Beaumont 25.5 - 16
       
1943 C Greenwood 35 - 26.3
  B St. Charles  33.2 - 16.2
  A University City 32.5 - 19.5
       
1944 C Hornersville 32 - 25
  B St. Charles 43.5 - 25
  A Beaumont 26 - 25
       
1945 C Greenwood 36.5 - 25.83
  B Principia 36.5 - 20.5
  A Beaumont 39.75 - 15
       
1946 C Campbell 37.5 - 32
  B Lee's Summit 63.75 - 24.5
  A Beaumont 39.75 - 33
       
1947 C Hornersville 49.86 - 29
  B Mount Vernon 25 - 24
  A University City 43.25 - 41
       
1948 C Edina 24.25 - 29
  B Crystal City 22.5 - 21
  A Roosevelt 33.7 - 25
       
1949 C Edina 31.5 - 22.86
  B Excelsior Springs 33 - 27.5
  A Kirkwood 30.83 - 24
       
1950 C Greenwood 36.5 - 36
  B Christian Bros. (St. Joseph) 29 - 22.2
  A Christian Brothers 31.5 - 31
       
1951 C Greenwood 47.33 - 32
  B Pembroke Country Day 42 - 25
  A Christian Brothers 34.59 - 30
       
1952 C Douglass (Festus) 35.5 - 32.5
  B John Burroughs 27.6 - 17.5
  A University City 65 - 41.17
       
1953 C Douglass (Festus) 42 - 40.5
  B Principia 25 - 24
  A Southwest (Kansas City) 54 - 31.43
       
1954 C Washington (Caruthersville) 36 - 31.47
  B DeSoto 41.3 - 31
  A University City 42 - 28
       
1955 C Greenwood 34 - 34 tie
    West Platte  
  B Charleston 41 - 28.5
  A Southwest (Kansas City) 37.5 - 25.6
       
1956 C West Platte 46 - 27.6
  B DeSoto 33.2 - 32
  A Washington Tech (St.L) 32.25 - 30
       
1957 C Washington (C'ville) 29.33 - 25.33
  B Crystal City 43.5 - 39.33
  A Southwest (Kansas City) 33.79 - 26
       
1958 C Washington (Caruthersville) 24 - 23
  B Pembroke Country Day 25 - 25 tie
    Principia  
  A Southwest (Kansas City) 42 - 20.5
       
1959 C Washington (C'ville) 20.5 - 15
  B Crystal City 23 - 22
  A Kirkwood 22.2 - 19
       
1960 C Greenwood 29.38 - 18.5
  B Sarcoxie 22.5 - 21.2
  A Beaumont 21.5 - 19.3
       
1961 C Faucett 14 - 14 tie
    Greenwood  
  B Caruthersville 30 - 15
  A Beaumont 29 - 22
       
1962 C Univ. High (Warrensburg) 25 - 16.5
  B Senath  28.17 - 18.5
  A University City  29.93 - 14
       
1963 C Golden City 22 - 15
  B Senath 25 - 18
  A University City 21 - 16
       
1964 C Marionville 27 - 24
  B Aurora 23 - 16
  A University City 26 - 21
       
1965 S King City 24.33 - 21
  M Brentwood 21 - 16
  L Central (Kansas City) 20.25 - 15
       
1966 S Lathrop 15 - 13.5
  M Brentwood 33 - 14
  L Central (Kansas City) 28.5 - 27.5
       
1967 S Lockwood  21 - 19
  M Principia 23 - 18
  L Beaumont 28.5 - 28.5 tie
    Central (Kansas City)  
       
1968 S Oak Grove 26 - 25
  M Brentwood 22 - 15
  L Central (Kansas City) 57 - 39
       
1969 S Lockwood 28.5 - 20
  M Principia 21 - 15.25
  L Central (Kansas City) 34 - 29
       
1970 S Marionville 24 - 23
  M Principia 53 - 19.5
  L Central (Kansas City) 36.5 - 35
       
1971 S St. Mary's (Independence) 24 - 23
  M Univ. High (Warrensburg) 20 - 15
  L Central (Kansas City) 30 - 21
       
1972 S Mo. School for the Deaf 26 - 19.5
  M Univ. High (Warrensburg) 27 - 18
  L Central (Kansas City) 31 - 22
       
1973 S Univ. High (Warrensburg) 56 - 16
  M Camdenton 21 - 20
  L Sumner 36.5 - 17
       
1974 1A East Buchanan 24.5 - 13
  2A Pembroke Country Day 52 - 23.5
  3A Waynesville 20 - 19.5
  4A Normandy 42 - 25
       
1975 1A Princeton 20 - 19
  2A Monroe City 21 - 20.5
  3A Mexico 23 - 21
  4A Rockhurst 30.5 - 30
       
1976 1A Greenfield 55 - 48
  2A Monroe City 56 - 40
  3A Mexico 48 - 38
  4A Rockhurst 58 - 48
       
1977 1A Princeton 50 - 42
  2A East Newton 55 - 40
  3A Mexico 37 - 35
  4A University City 64 - 52
       
1978 1A Grain Valley 58 - 35
  2A Windsor (Imperial) 46 - 38
  3A Memorial (Joplin) 48 - 38
  4A Jefferson City 62 - 32
       
1979 1A Rock Port 52 - 50
  2A Lexington 51.5 - 49.5
  3A Herculaneum 60.5 - 54
  4A Hickman Mills 67 - 55
       
1980 1A Hardin-Central 56 - 53.5
  2A Monroe City 51 - 45
  3A Kennett 41.5 - 40.2
  4A University City 57 - 36.17
       
1981 1A Russellville 66 - 54
  2A Monroe City 67 - 61
  3A Fulton 75 - 67
  4A O'Fallon Tech 51 - 46
       
1982 1A Russellville 84 - 51
  2A Monroe City 57 - 54
  3A Berkeley 65 - 51
  4A Vashon 41 - 32
       
1983 1A Cass-Midway 80 - 40
  2A Plattsburg 62 - 38
  3A Waynesville 65 - 62
  4A Kirkwood 46 - 36
       
1984 1A Adrian 37.5 - 37
  2A Plattsburg 42 - 41
  3A Berkeley 58 - 53
  4A Vashon 55 - 52
       
1985 1A Wellington-Napoleon 38 - 35
  2A Cardinal Ritter 49 - 48
  3A Berkeley 58 - 47
  4A Ritenour 46 - 38
       
1986 1A Sheldon 66 - 64
  2A Louisiana 53 - 35
  3A Berkeley 82 - 52
  4A Hazelwood East 59 - 37.5
       
1987 1A Wellington-Napoleon 54 - 54 tie
    Polo  
  2A Brentwood 64 - 59
  3A Berkeley 85 - 75
  4A Hazelwood Central 44 - 43
       
1988 1A Rock Port 64 - 39
  2A Hayti 47 - 45
  3A Central (New Madrid Co.) 61 - 56
  4A Ruskin 60 - 48
       
1989 1A Glasgow 83 - 54
  2A Lexington 60 - 49
  3A Berkeley 79 - 48
  4A Ritenour 54 - 49
       
1990 1A Glasgow 69 - 48.5
  2A Principia 55 - 48
  3A Central (Kansas City) 70 - 48
  4A Grandview 37 - 36
       
1991 1A Wellington-Napoleon 77 - 51
  2A Brentwood 59 - 58
  3A Berkeley 58 - 55
  4A Blue Springs 61 - 53
       
1992 1A Adrian 76 - 53
  2A Principia 50 - 46
  3A Caruthersville 57 - 55
  4A Mcluer 88 - 57
       
1993 1A Rock Port 50.5 - 43
  2A Sarcoxie 49 - 49 tie
    Lexington  
  3A Berkeley 58 - 52
  4A Jefferson City 64 - 62
       
1994 1A Rock Port 66 - 52
  2A Cardinal Ritter 53 - 34
  3A Berkeley 96 - 57
  4A Blue Springs 38 - 35
       
1995 1A Rock Port 83.5 - 47
  2A Lutheran North 34 - 33.5
  3A Berkeley 98 - 35
  4A Hazelwood East 62 - 44.5
       
1996 1A Rock Port 107 - 82
  2A Lutheran North 75 - 48
  3A Berkeley 92 - 42
  4A Hazelwood East 71 - 43
       
1997 1A Rich Hill 103 - 49
  2A Lutheran North 64 - 44
  3A North County (Bonne Terre) 43 - 42
  4A Hazelwood East 61 - 38
       
1998 1A Rock Port 84 - 42
  2A Cardinal Ritter 62 - 56
  3A Eureka 56 - 40
  4A St. Charles West 59.5 - 40.5
       
1999 1A Rock Port 81 - 75
  2A Monroe City 65 - 48
  3A Excelsior Springs 71 - 55
  4A Liberty 38 - 37
       
2000 1A Viburnum 54.5 - 46.5
  2A Berkeley 75.3 - 71
  3A Hickman Mills 59 - 39
  4A Lee's Summit 65 - 51
       
2001 1A College Hts. Christian Ac. 44 - 38
  2A Lutheran North 76 - 40
  3A Mexico 51 - 46
  4A Liberty 48 - 44.5
       
2002 1A South Holt 65 - 62
  2A Berkeley 51 - 48
  3A Ruskin 67 - 45.5
  4A Hazelwood East 63 - 52
       
2003 1 Greenwood 67 - 57
  2 Berkeley 83 - 58
  3 Ladue Horton Watkins 67 - 39
  4 West Plains 58 - 52
       
2004 1 Rock Port 68 - 62
  2 Brookfield 59 - 58
  3 Central (Kansas City) 92 - 45
  4 Jefferson City 77.5 - 61
       
2005 1 Polo 68 - 52.5
  2 East Buchanan 49 - 46
  3 Ozark 44 - 41
  4 Lee's Summit North 52 - 47
       
2006 1 Polo 64 - 56
  2 Malden 53 - 39
  3 Potosi 65 - 64
  4 St. Louis Univ. High 75 - 73.5
       
2007 1 Polo 88 - 70
  2 Malden 73 - 52
  3 Potosi 63.75 - 50
  4 Lee's Summit North 70 - 52
       
2008 1 Saxony Lutheran 52 - 49
  2 Trenton 67 - 44
  3 McCluer South-Berkeley 54 - 49
  4 Raytown South 76 - 55
       
2009 1 Chamois 48 - 46
  2 Maplewood-Richmond Hts. 85 - 49
  3 Sikeston 44 - 44 tie
    St. Clair  
  4 Hazelwood East 68 - 64
       
2010 1 Wellington-Napoleon 42 - 39
  2 Maplewood-Richmond Hts. 75.25 - 53
  3 University City 63 - 54
  4 Hazelwood Central 49 - 37
       
2011 1 Valle Catholic 63.5 - 43
  2 Maplewood-Richmond Hts. 104 - 50
  3 Grandview 75 - 66
  4 Hazelwood Central 41 - 34
       
2012 1 Valle Catholic 81 - 55
  2 Cleveland NJROTC 51 - 50
  3 Grandview 64 - 44
  4 Hazelwood Central 38 - 34

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