A look back on the best stats of the fall

The varsity teams of fall sports had very successful seasons

Boys Soccer

  • The team went to the Class 4 District 1 championship game for the second year in a row.
  • There were 12 seniors on the team this year.
  • Abdi Haji, forward, and Drew Albert, defense, were tied for the team lead with 11 points

Boys Swimming

  • The Aquacats took 19 swimmers to state this year; the largest state team in the history of the team.
  • The 400 yard freestyle relay of Jake Haefner, Hayden Seidel, Brenden Harris and Justin King placed 12th at state with a team record time of 3:20.29.

Cross Country

  • Zach Balleau (11) made it into the top 25 in the state competition, qualifying him as an all-state runner.
  • Hannah Long (12) won state with a time of 17:38.29, 30 seconds ahead of the rest of the field.

Field Hockey

  • Kelsey Lanham, forward, led the team in points with 26.
  • The Wildcats finished with a record of 8-9-2.


  • From the fourth to the eighth game of the year the Wildcats outscored their opponents 192-7.
  • Brett Geisz, quarterback, totaled 1285 passing yards and 785 rushing yards to compliment his 24 total touchdowns.
  • The squad won the conference title for the second year in a row. This was the first time the Wildcats accomplished this feat in the team’s illustrious history.

Girls Golf

  • Allison Rieske (11) and Kelly Jackson (11) placed 12th and 21st, respectively in the district tournament.
  • Rieske also finished 25th in the sectional tournament.

Girls Tennis

  • Kenna Hughes, number one player, placed third in Class 2 District 6.

Girls Volleyball

  • The team finished with a record of 17-11-2 this season.
  • The team went to the semifinals of the district tournament this year, falling in three sets to Lafayette.
  • Alexa McAndrew, outside hitter, led the team in kills with 232.


  • The team went to the state final four for the fourth consecutive season, placing fourth after falling to Holt and Jefferson.
  • After starting the season 4-10, the team went on a 12 game win streak to take the to the final four.
  • Katelyn Massa, catcher, led the team in average, home runs, and RBI’s with a line of 450/7/28.