Being able to call your team the best in the entire state is a rare occurrence and the ultimate goal. At O'Gorman High School, a school with a rich tradition of success, the expectations are higher. Athletic director Steve Kueter describes why his students choose the Knight athletic program.
"They choose this school, this school doesn't have a school district, so everyone who is here, is here by choice. I think with that comes expectations, and with the expectations comes championships," said Kueter.
O'Gorman took home fall titles in boys golf, girls tennis, girls soccer, girls volleyball, and cheer. Kueter says he felt confident going into the fall season that this could be a big year for O'Gorman.
"Going into the year we knew we had an outstanding group of kids and it was going to be one of those years. I think it's been born out throughout the year, when you five state titles in the fall, you know you're in for a good year," Kueter said.
The athletes themselves know just how unique of an accomplishment it is to take home five titles. Cheer member Madeline Molseed describes her thoughts on taking another title back to O'Gorman.
"Makes me really proud to go to Ogorman and to be part of a team that was super supportive the whole way and was able to finish it off with a state title," said Molseed.