Student Standouts: Baker ’21, Ray ’23, Football, Boys Soccer and Girls Tennis in the News
Congratulations to this week’s standouts below. Way to go #RamNation! And as always, if you have a story to share, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Field Hockey Star Commits to Columbia
Congratulations to Lily Baker ’21 who has chosen to continue her education and field hockey career at Columbia University! Her journey and next adventure are highlighted in this STL High School Sports article. Congrats, Lily!
Ray '23 Interviews After Class 5 State Championship Meet
Sophomore Julia Ray ’23 was interviewed by MileSplit Missouri after her 4th place finish in the MSHSAA Class 5 State Cross Country championships. In the interview, she shares about her goals for the race, the challenges presented by COVID-19, what’s next in her running career, and about the MICDS coaching staff. Outstanding job, Julia!
Football Victory in Class 4 District 3 Semifinal Game
On Saturday at Ron Holtman Stadium, the Rams Football team scored a 31-6 victory against Trinity as showcased in this STL Today article. The Class 4 District 3 semifinal game was packed with momentum from the start. The team was fortunate enough to have CDS alum Joe Buck ’87 introduce our MICDS seniors as the announcer for Senior Night! What a meaningful way to start the game!
Together, the team delivered excellent passes, runs, tough defense, strategic blocks, and smooth field goals on their way to victory. Next, the Rams will host St. Dominic in the district championships on Saturday, November 14 at 1 p.m. Go Rams!
Boys Soccer Advances to Semifinals
On Tuesday, the Boys Soccer team competed in sectionals against Monett. They won 5 to 1 and are advancing to the semifinals! Semifinals will take place at Pleasant Hill on Saturday, November 14 with a 3 p.m. start against the Roosters with a shot at the state competition on the line!
Girls Tennis Earns 3rd in Class 2 State Meet
The MICDS Girls Tennis season finish is recapped in the Sports Briefs by West Newsmagazine. The Rams came in third overall at the Class 2 state meet in Springfield. The last time the Tennis team made it to the state final was in 2017. Only one current player is a senior, so all but one student will return next year to take their potential to the next level. Congratulations, Rams!