Boys soccer: Captured program’s first state championship by winning the Class 2 title after never advancing past quarterfinals previously and not even reaching that round since 1989. Started season Sept. 29 because of COVID-19 restrictions and then won final 11 games to finish 13-3.
Football: Finished as the Class 4 runner-up and with a 7-1 record after falling 35-30 to Helias in the state final. Runner-up showing was second in three seasons for the Rams, who won every game by at least 14 points en route to the title game.
Boys track and field: Fell one point short of first state team championship. Class 3 runner-up finish matched the program’s best showing and included a triple jump title for Shawn Putnam along with a 1600-meter relay title for the foursome of Tony Nunn, Winston Moore, Aaron Hendricks and Novo Onovwerosuoke.
Other core sports: Boys basketball 20-4 Metro League champ and district finalist; baseball 14-13 district finalist; girls soccer 10-8 district finalist; girls basketball 16-9 district finalist.
Other sports: Girls lacrosse, 16-0 MSLA champion; boys lacrosse, 17-3 MSLA champion; boys swimming and diving, Class 1 team runner-up behind All-Metro swimmer of the year Lee Naber; field hockey, Midwest Tournament semifinals; girls tennis, Class 2 third-place team finish.
Individuals: All-Metro boys tennis player of the year Evan Erb won class 3 singles state title; Henry Mikula was low area individual in Class 5 boys golf individual state tournament, tying for seventh.