After giving KC Harmon their second loss of the season the previous night, Liberal fell to Bishop Miege 3-1 in the state title match.
"We've been hot in the playoffs, doing everything we needed to do and believed in ourselves," Liberal head coach Lori Navarro said.
The Stags stuck first at the 12 minute mark. Stephen Hopper hit a quick pass to Conner Emberlin for the score.
"Getting the first goal is the most important for setting the tone of the game," Bishop Miege head coach Joe Huppe said.
Good play by both keepers kep the rest of the half scoreless until just above the one minute mark. Aidan Kuhls got the ball between two Redskin defenders and hooked a nice shot just past the goalie to make it 2-0 going into the half.
Coming out of the half, the Stags kept firing. Off a corner kick, Hopper was able to get the ball into the net.
Before the game ended Liberal's Misael Moncayo scored to close the game to two, but it was not enough.
"It's credit to them that after we went for three that they came back and had a goal and started putting pressure on," Huppe said.
Bishop Miege last state title was in 2000.
Kapaun defeated Kansas City Harmon in the third place game, getting the third place spot three years in a row.
"We wanted to show that we could rebound from last night's game," Kapaun head coach Alan Shepherd said.