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2020/2021 KHSAA State Champions as of (6/21/2021)
#1
Here is a list of the 2020/2021 Ind. & Team state champions as of 6/21/2021. 
I'll update this list throughout the year.

Cross Country
Girls;
1A Team: Bishop Brossart
1A Ind.: Bishop Brossart
2A Team: Christian Academy-Louisville
2A Ind.: Highlands
3A Team: Oldham County
3A Ind.: Madison Central

Boys;
1A Team: Holy Cross (Louisville)
1A Ind.: Holy Cross (Louisville)
2A Team: North Oldham
2A Ind.: Thomas Nelson
3A Team: St. Xavier
3A Ind.: Madisonville North-Hopkins

Golf
Boys;
Team - Trinity (Louisville)
Ind. - Marshall County

Girls;
Team - Marshall County
Ind. - Owensboro Apollo

Field Hockey
Sacred Heart

Soccer
Boys: St. Xavier
Girls: Sacred Heart

Volleyball: No public school has EVER won the state volleyball state championship (Established 1979).
Notre Dame

Football
1A - Paintsville
2A - Beechwood
3A - Ashland Blazer
4A - Boyle County
5A - Bowling Green
6A - Trinity (Louisville)
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#2
Updated with all Fall sports completed.... 12/19/2020.
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#3
Winter Sports & Competitive Activities: Updated 5/10/2021.

Bowling:
Girls Team - Cooper
Girls Ind. - Highlands
Boys Team - McCracken County
Boys Ind. - St. Xavier
Unified - Barren County

Wrestling
Team - Union County
Individuals
106 lbs. - Union County
113 lbs. - St. Xavier
120 lbs. - Walton-Verona
126 lbs. - Ryle
132 lbs. - Walton-Verona
138 lbs. - North Hardin
145 lbs. - Madison Central
152 lbs. - Union County
160 lbs. - Campbell County
170 lbs. - Ryle
182 lbs. - Union County
195 lbs. - Christian County
220 lbs. - Simon Kenton
285 lbs. - Martin County

Basketball
Boys - Highlands
Girls - Sacred Heart

Swimming & Diving
Boys Team - St. Xavier (Has won every team state title since 1989).
Boys Ind. Results - https://khsaa.org/swimming/2021/21finalc...esults.htm
Girls Team - Sacred Heart
Girls Ind. Results -  https://khsaa.org/swimming/2021/21finalc...esults.htm
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#4
Spring Sports & Competitive Activities: As of 6/21/21

Archery
Boys Team - Bullitt Central
Boys Ind. - Logan County & Harrison County (Tie score/No tie breaker)
Girls Team - Harrison County
Girls Ind. - Lincoln County

Bass Fishing
Muhlenberg County

Dance
Gameday - Daviess County
Hip Hop - DuPont Manual
Jazz - Assumption
Pom - Madison Central

Competitive Cheer
All-Girls Super - Bullitt East
All-Girls Large - PLD
All-Girls Medium - Pulaski County
All-Girls Small - Madison Central
Coed - McCracken County
Gameday - Somerset

ESports
Spring Rocket League - Trinity (Louisville)
Spring League of Legends - DuPont Manual

Tennis
Boys Team - St. Xavier
Boys Singles - St. Xavier
Boys Doubles - St. Xavier

Girls Team - Sacred Heart
Girls Singles - Sacred Heart
Girls Doubles - North Oldham

Track & Field
1A
Boys Team - Holy Cross (Louisville)
Girls Team - Bishop Brossart
Boys & Girls Ind. results - https://khsaa.org/track/2021/class1aparagraph.htm

2A
Boys Team - Mercer County
Girls Team- Christian Academy - Louisville
Boys & Girls Ind. results - https://khsaa.org/track/2021/class2aparagraph.htm

3A
Boys Team - St. Xavier
Girls Team -DuPont Manual
Boys & Girls Ind. results - https://khsaa.org/track/2021/class3aparagraph.htm

Baseball
Trinity (Louisville)

Softball
Butler
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#5
All sports & competitive activities for the 2020/2021 school year are now complete.
There are 50 KHSAA team state titles, here are some numbers to look at.


Team state titles won by.......
- Private – 22
(Trinity (Louisville), St. Xavier, Assumption, Sacred Heart, Notre Dame, Christian Academy-Louisville, Holy Cross (Louisville), Bishop Brossart)

- Public – 22
= (13 of those are 6A)
= (4 of those are 5A)
= (3 of those are 4A)
= (2 of those are 3A)
= (No true public 1A or 2A)

- Independent – 6
(Paintsville, Beechwood, Bowling Green, Highlands, Ashland Blazer & Somerset)


- Louisville & Private – 19 (Trinity, St. X, Assumption, Sacred Heart, CA-L & Holy Cross)
- 6A/Louisville/Private – 9 (Trinity & St. X)
- 6A/Louisville – 13 (Trinity, St. X, Butler & DuPont Manual)


- 6A – 21 (Trinity, St. X, DuPont Manual, Marshall County, Butler, Oldham County, McCracken County, Daviess County, PLD, Madison Central & Bullitt East)
= 22 with 6A football
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#6
32 schools brought home a KHSAA team state title this school year.

Bishop Brossart
Christian Academy-Louisville
Oldham County
Holy Cross (Louisville)
North Oldham
St. Xavier
Trinity (Louisville)
Marshall County
Sacred Heart
Notre Dame
Paintsville
Beechwood
Ashland Blazer
Boyle County
Bowling Green
Cooper
McCracken County
Union County
Highlands
Bullitt Central
Harrison County
Muhlenberg County
Daviess County
DuPont Manual
Assumption
Madison Central
Bullitt East
PLD
Pulaski County
Somerset
Mercer County
Butler

20 counties have a team state title represented.
Boone, Kenton, Campbell, Daviess, Fayette, Jefferson, Boyd, Johnson, Mercer, Bullitt, Pulaski, Muhlenberg, Harrison, McCracken, Boyle, Warren, Madison, Union, Marshall & Oldham counties.
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#7
Here is my opinion is based on the information I've posted.....


As far as having sports by Class.... I think the way it is now is fine. No other sport/activity needs to be Classed.
- Cross Country and Track & Field needs to remain classed.
- Football needs to remain classed.


But as far as a Public/Private split goes for some sports, the numbers don't lie. I've posted some stats about Swimming & Diving and volleyball in the other posts....
- Swimming & Diving needs to be split.
- Volleyball needs to be split.
- Soccer needs to split.
- Tennis needs to be split.
(Private schools have won a combined 28 of the 37 boys team state titles)
(Private schools have won a combined 21 of the 37 girls team state titles)


These events need to be left As-Is.
Basketball, Softball, Baseball, Wrestling, Bass Fishing, Bowling, Archery, ESports, Field Hockey, Golf Dance & Cheer
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#8
Some more numbers to look at in support of having a public/private school split for some sports.



Volleyball - No public school has EVER won the state volleyball state championship (Established 1979).


Boys Soccer - 21 of the 46 team state titles have been won by a private school.

Girls Soccer - 12 of the 29 team state titles have been won by a private school.


Girls Swimming & Diving - 42 of the 74 team state titles have been won by a private school
Sacred Heart was won the last 10 of 11 team state titles.

Boys Swimming & Diving - 66 of the 111 team state titles have been won by a private school.
St. Xavier has won every team state title since 1989.


Boys Tennis - 35 of 39 team state titles have been won by a private school.
St. X & Trinity have won 18 of the last 20.

Girls Tennis - 21 of the 39 of the team state titles have been won by a private school.
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#9
Couple quick thoughts: 1st, great research. It’s great to be able to see everything all in one thread. Second, your take on soccer is interesting. Looks pretty evenly split between privates and publics, so why separate? Next, and what I think is most important: how do you think the public schools who have found a way to compete and win state championships feel about splitting from private schools? Do you think they want to be “Public School Champions*” with the asterisk being that they didn’t actually win a tournament that had the best teams in the state? I also think if there was a split, we would eventually realize there would be the same problem. In volleyball for example you’d get a group of 4-5 schools that would win most of the public school state championships and there would still be a huge gap between those schools and the rest. It seems to me that the top public schools are closing the gap with the top private schools. I’m not against separating, but I hope they’ll take a look at the Open division in California and do something similar. Want to compete with the best regardless of enrollment or government funding? Here, join this division. We’ll call them state champs and the others can battle it out for class championships.
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