OLATHE, Kan. — The Olathe West Owls men’s soccer team won the 6A championship today, defeating Blue Valley West from Overland Park 2-1.
The victory bumped the team’s record to 20 wins and just one loss.
The was only the third year the program has existed. The Olathe West High School opened in 2017 with an incoming student body of only 900 and a soccer program only made up of freshmen and sophomores.
“Tons of Belief, details, love, blood, sweat, and tears,” Matt Trumpp, the team’s coach, said in a tweet.
The teams played at 2 p.m. in Topeka.
This group opened OW w freshman and sophomores 3 years ago. Tons of Belief, details, love, blood, sweat, and tears. Today at 2:00 the #12 team in the country plays for the ultimate prize in HS sports. Come out and see their last game together. #setthestandard #lions pic.twitter.com/rENyvniH0Q
— Olathe West Boys and Girls Soccer (@MattTrumpp) November 9, 2019