Athletics

Awards & Recognition

2018 Ski State Champions

The Varsity Ski team won the 2018 WIARA High School Downhill Ski State Championship! This is the first Ski State Championship in school history! Freshman Abby Horning placed fourth overall as an individual and first in the slalom. Abby Horning and Alex Nonn qualified for Nationals and Sydney Bartos and Isabel Ullrich were named alternates for Nationals. Congratulations to the other team members not previously mentioned: Halle Quadracci, Sydney Bartos, Michelle Horning and Meghan Quadracci. 

2017 Rugby National Champions

The DSHA rugby team captured an impressive 15th straight win at the Midwest Rugby Tournament in the spring of 2017. They advanced to compete in the Single School National Rugby Championships May 20 and 21 held in Elkhart, Indiana. The Dashers took on McMinn in the quarter-finals on Saturday and won 27-12. Later that day, they competed against Orchard Park, New York in the semi-finals and won 41-5 to advance to the Championship game on Sunday. The team defeated Kahuku, Hawaii 6-0 in a hard fought game. Congratulations!

2017 Track & Field State Champion – Jadin O'Brien, DSHA '20

Jadin O’Brien, DSHA '20 placed first in the 300m Hurdles with the second fastest time in State history at 43.22. Jadin is the only DSHA track & field athlete to have won a state championship in the 2016-17 school year. Congratulations!

2016 Cross Country State Champion – Meghan Scott, DSHA '18

Meghan Scott, DSHA '18 is the first DSHA cross country runner to win the WIAA Individual State Championship in school history! Meghan won the WIAA Division 1 race with a time of 18:10.46.

Recent Championships

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Rugby: 2017

STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Basketball: 2015
Cross Country: 2016 (indv.)
Ice Hockey: 2015
Rugby: 2014, 2016, 2017
Ski: 2018, 2019
Soccer: 2014, 2016
Track & Field: 2017 (indv.)
Volleyball: 2014, 2015

Sportswoman of the Year

The Sportswoman of the Year Award has been a tradition at DSHA since 1955. This award is chosen by the senior class and is given to the person in the graduating class whom they feel represents their class as the best athlete.
 
The 2018 Sportswoman of the Year is Meghan Scott. Meghan has been a Varsity Cross Country Runner all four years, as well as a Varsity Track and Field runner every year except junior year when she was injured for the entire season.  Freshman year she led the Cross Country team to a 2nd place finish at Sectionals and an 11th place finish at State.  She was named First Team All-Conference and Second Team All-State. Sophomore year she helped the team win the first WIAA Sectional Championship and the team finished in 5th place at State.  She was named First Team All-Conference and GMC Runner of the Year for winning the Conference meet, First Team All-Area and First Team All-State.  Junior year was Meghan’s best season.  She helped lead the team to the WIAA Sectional Runner-Up and 7th place finish at State and Meghan won the WIAA Division 1 Individual State Championship.  She was also First Team All-Conference, Greater Metro Conference Runner of the Year, First Team All-Area, First Team All-State and was named the Wisconsin Gatorade Cross Country Runner of the Year. Senior year Meghan led the team to a Sectional Title, 7th place finish at State and a 5th place individual finish. She was named First Team All-Conference, GMC Runner of the Year and First Team All-State. Due to her injury during the track and field season her junior year, she only participated in three years of varsity track.  Freshman year she was First Team All-Conference Indoor 800 meters, Second Team All-Conference Indoor 3200 meter relay, Second Team All-Conference Relays 6400 meter relay, First Team All-Conference Outdoor 3200 meter relay and Second Team All-Conference Outdoor 800 meter run.  Sophomore year she was First Team All-Conference Relays 6400 meter relay, Second Team All-Conference Relays 800 meter relay, Third Team All-Conference indoor 1600 meter run, Third Team All-Conference Indoor 3200 meter relay and Third Team All-Conference in the mile run.  Senior year Meghan was First Team All-Conference Indoor 1600 meter run, First team All-Conference Relays 1600 meter relay, and Second Team All-Conference Relays 6400 meter relay, Second Team All-Conference Outdoor 1600 meter run and First Team All-Conference Outdoor 4X400 meter relay.
 
Meghan was also named a Greater Metro Conference Scholar Athlete in Cross Country and Track and Field her senior year. She truly is a tremendous athlete and her peers have recognized that in their voting for this award. Meghan will attend the University of Notre Dame  in the fall where she will compete in Cross Country and Track and Field.  She will surely be missed next year by the Cross Country and Track and Field teams and has left her mark in school history.         

Coaches’ Award

The Coaches Award has been a tradition since 1989 and is voted on by the Varsity Coaches.  It is presented to the athlete who has demonstrated sportsmanship, leadership, a good work ethic and desire in practices and game situations.
 
This year’s recipient is Megan Crevoiserat. Megan has been a four year varsity starter on the soccer team and was a captain of the Varsity Soccer team her senior year. Megan was a member of the WIAA Division 1 State Championship team her sophomore year and shared that experience with her sister Emily who was a senior. That year she was named First Team All-Conference and Honorable Mention All-State. Junior year the Varsity Soccer team won the WIAA Regional Championship and Megan was named First Team All-Conference, First Team All-Area and First Team All-State, in addition to being nominated for the Journal Sentinel High School Awards for Soccer. Senior year soccer is still in progress but if history repeats itself, I would imagine that Megan will again be named All-Conference and All-State. She was also named a finalist for the Journal Sentinel High School Soccer Awards.
 
Megan was also named a Greater Metro Conference Scholar Athlete in Soccer her senior year. She was a member of the Student Athletic Advisory Council and has demonstrated great leadership skills. Megan truly exemplifies all of the attributes the Coaches Award is looking to acknowledge. Megan will attend St. Louis University in the fall where she will continue her soccer career. She will surely be missed next year but we can’t wait to hear how her soccer career continues to unfold.  

2018-19 All-Conference, All-Area, All-State Honors

List of 7 items.

  • Cross Country

    • Bonnie Raechal Beres - 1st Team All-Conference
    • Maura Reardon - Honorable Mention All-Conference
    • Mackenzie Rose - 1st Team All-Conference
    • Sophie Scopp - 1st Team All-Conference, Honorable Mention All-State
  • Field Hockey

    • Grace Heckt - 2nd Team All-Conference
    • Elizabeth Hennelly - 1st Team All-Conference
    • Maddie Kellner - 1st Team All-Conference
    • Kaitlyn Mulcahy - 1st Team All-Conference
    • Anna Read - Honorable Mention All-Conference
    • Lane Tuttle - Honorable Mention All-Conference
  • Golf

    • Anna Cesarz - 2nd Team All-Conference
  • Rugby

    • Georgia Barczak – All-State
    • Sadie Brennan – All-State
    • Fiona Gallagher  - All-State
    • Jackie Jarosz – All-State
    • Emma Kaczynski – All-State
    • Abby Kayser – All-State
    • Jenna Klenz – All-State
    • Maggie Leffler – All-State
    • Natalia Perez – All-State 
    • Savannah Peterson – All-State
    • Makinzie Youngblood - All-State
    • Kieran Zalewski – All-State
  • Swimming and Diving

  • Tennis

    • Ellen Cyganiak - 1st Team All-Conference #2 doubles, Sectionals #2 doubles runner-up                     
    • Delanie Dahm - Honorable Mention All-Conference #3 doubles, Sectionals #3 doubles champion
    • Murphy Mellowes - 1st Team All-Conference #2 doubles, Sectional #2 doubles runner-up
    • Alexandria Moews - 1st Team All-Conference #4 singles, Sectionals #4 singles champion
    • Jordan Schifano - 1st Team All-Conference #2 singles, Sectionals #2 singles champion   
    • Lauren Schraufnagel - Honorable Mention All-Conference #3 doubles, Sectionals #3 doubles champion
    • Claire Vap - Sectionals #3 singles runner-up
    • Logan White - 1st Team All-Conference #1 singles, Greater Metro Conference Player of the Year, Sectionals #1 singles runner-up
  • Volleyball

    • Aly Larcheid - 2nd Team All-Conference
    • Sara Maslowski - 2nd Team All-Conference, Honorable Mention All-State
    • Anna Myklebust - 1st Team All-Conference, Honorable Mention All-State
    • Elizabeth Organ - Honorable Mention All-Conference
    • Rachel Roberts - Honorable Mention All-Conference
    • Jacque Stegmayer - 2nd Team All-Conference  

DSHA Athletic Hall Of Fame

The DSHA Athletic Hall of Fame recognizes and honors exceptional DSHA student-athletes and individuals who have had a positive impact on our athletic program. Since the inception of interscholastic high school athletic opportunities for girls in 1972, DSHA has had a rich history of outstanding athletes. The Athletic Hall of Fame honors those who have significantly impacted our athletic success. It serves to inspire current and future athletes and individuals to strive for excellence.

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