The boys lacrosse team entered the 2019 with a senior-heavy roster and minimal experience among its underclassmen group. The team finished with a 4-10 record, but the senior class passed on experience to the younger players that will pay dividends in the years ahead. It was a connected group, as the team took part in numerous service projects. During one game which was rained out, the team went into the visiting team’s locker room and decided the game with a competitive round of rock, paper, scissors. The event went semi-viral and other teams around the country started doing it as well.
Senior Nolan Hoffman was named All-Circle City Conference and all-state. Senior Erik Allstatt earned the team’s MVP award and senior Brock Spayd won the team’s mental attitude award. Allstatt set new program records for single-season assists (32), career assists (53) and single-season points (56).