Girls Soccer participated in the State Tournament for the third year in a row. The season ended in the quarterfinal round, bringing their final record to 15-4-1. Sarah Dravis was selected All-State First Team and Alyssa Ustby and Emma Schmitz were All-State Second Team. Bella Talbot was named to the State All-Tournament Team. Lindsey Birch earned All-Conference First Team honors, along with Dravis, Schmitz, Ustby, and Talbot.
Girls Tennis performed exceptionally well this year, making it to the State Tournament for the 24th consecutive year. They placed 2nd as a Team in State to Blake. Clare Palen finished third in Singles, while Jane Spading finished as consolation champion. Ryann Witter and Elyse Palen competed in Doubles, finishing as consolation champions. Clare Palen received Academic All-State honors.
Cross Country had three individuals who participated in the State Meet at St. Olaf College in Northfield. Lauryn Renier placed 20th, Meg Degen placed 33rd, and Kevin Turlington finished 60th. The girls team was 3rd in the HVL and 5th at sections with Renier and Degen earning All-Conference recognition. The boys team finished 6th in the HVL and at sections, with Peyton Dunham and Turlington earning All-Conference accolades.
Boys Soccer finished their season with a record of 12-6-1. They were one win away from making it to State, losing to a talented Austin team. Kilian Schotzko was named All-State Second Team. Schotzko was also named All-Conference First Team along with Jaxson Hopkins, Austin Loeslie, Dan Brown, and Matt Steinmetz.
Volleyball finished the season with a first-round exit, but had three named to the All-Conference Honorable Mention team under first-year head coach Angie Severson. Earning those honors were Liz Walston, Brigid Hugo, and Lindsey Rossow.
Football finished with a 3-6 record. Team awards included Scout Player of the Year - Noah Wieneke, Special Teams Player of the Year - Trevor Greguson, Offensive Lineman of the Year - Nicholas Pittner, Defensive Lineman of the Year - Ethan Sailer, Offensive MVP - Destin Hinson, Defensive MVP - Will Kopischke, Most Improved Player - Nicholas Pittner, Team MVP - Zach Nickels, All-District - Zach Nickels and Attitude/Effort Award - Noah Vettel.
Girls Swimming had two participants in the Section Meet. Senior Michaela Dervin competed on two individual and two relay events, and Freshman Gracelynne Jones participated in two individual events.
Fall Athletes of the Season - The fall athletes of the season were Clare Palen from Girls Tennis and Kilian Schotzko from Boys Soccer.