The defending two-time state championship MICDS Girls Lacrosse Team finished the season with a 10-8 record and a 4th-place finish in State. The Rams exceeded expectations, given the loss of seven seniors from the previous season and an injury-riddled roster. The team prevailed in a thrilling elite eight matchup against St. Joseph’s Academy, winning by a goal from Madison Sineff ’24 in the final second of the game. Eventually, the Rams fell to Eureka 7-9 in the semi-final matchup. Individual accolades abounded this season with First Team All-Metro Honors being awarded to five Rams: Kendall Curry ’23, Ava Goldson ’24, Sineff, Caroline Koman ’25, and Amelia Mackin ’26. Ella Etherington ’24 was awarded Second Team All-Metro Honors, and Erica Engelhardt ’23 received Honorable Mention honors. Goalie Curry, Attacker Goldson, and Midfielder Sineff made the All-State Team, comprised of the best 20 players in the state. Goldson was one of seven players in Missouri to be a USA Lacrosse All-American recipient, while Curry and Sineff were awarded USA Lacrosse All-Academic honors. Curry was also named All-Metro Conference Player of the Year. The Rams look forward to a strong and healthy 2024 season!