Statistics: fall sports

The most impressive stats from the fall sports season


Boys Cross Country

  • The team finished 10th in state this past season.
  • Three EHS runners were in the top 25 times, in their conference, in long distance courses. Sam Naeger (10), Zach Long (9) and Tyler Beaman (12) all finished with times under 17 minutes.

Boys Swimming and Diving

  • Justin King (10) finished 7th in state in the 200 meter freestyle with a time of 1:45.62.
  • Jimmy Barnes (12) finished fifth in state diving with a score of 381.15 in boys 1 meter diving.

Field Hockey

  • Kelsey Lanham, forward, led the team with 33 points, including 13 goals as a freshman.
  • Jenna Van Oyen, goalie, shutout five opponents in her 18 starts helping the team to a 12-10 record.


  • Adam Yancey, running back, has run for over 1,200 yards and nearly 20 touchdowns this season.
  • Mason Bendigo, quarterback, Threw for over 2,000 yards this season.
  • The defense has also played well, allowing just over 17 points per game. The defense also forced better than two turnovers a game.

Girls Cross Country

  • Varsity Cross Country finished up the year finishing fourth at state.
  • Hannah Long (11) set the state record with a time of 17:46 en route to a state win.

Girls Golf

  • Allison Rieske (10) finished tied for 57th in state shooting a 187 (93 and 94 in two rounds).

Girls Tennis

  • The team won 8 of their 14 matches.
  • The team finished third out of seven teams in the Suburban West Conference.

Girls Volleyball

  • The Varsity squad won 11 of their last 12 games before being beaten by the 38-1 Lafayette team in straight sets.
  • Alexa McAndrew (11) led the team with 185 kills.


  • The team finished 13-11-1 and were led in goals by Tommy Kueser, forward, with five goals.
  • They allowed the least goals in their conference at 61 and average of 2.4 goals per game for their opponents.


  • The team’s last three games went into penalty kicks after scoreless overtimes. EHS defeated Northwest and Vianney but lost to SLUH to finish their season in the state quarterfinals.
  • Three players finished the season tied for the team lead in goals. Kyle Gardner, forward; Kyle Haller, midfield; and Ryan Dudley, forward, all finished with six goals apiece.


  • Just 29 earned runs were allowed by the team’s pitchers in 32 games.
  • The team batted a combined .390. In comparison, Parkway North, who finished fourth in state, batted 47 points lower at .343.

Statistics were obtained from box scores on STL Today, but were further calculated.