• Keth Hjelle

Chargers Lead in All-Sports Competition Through Fall Sports Season

The ACGC Chargers topped the West Central Activities Conference in all-sports competition with first division finishes in all three fall sports that are included in the calculations. Football is not included, as it is played only at the district level. ACGC scored 10 points while runnerup Madrid is second with 12 points. The Chargers scored 2 points in girls cross country (finished 2nd in WCAC meet), while the boys scored 3 points for its third place finish and the volleyball team scored 5 points for finishing in a three way tie for fourth place.

The all-sports competition will be updated at the conclusion of each sports season and will continue through the summer sports season. No official award is given by the conference for the all-sports competition.

WCAC All-Sports Competition: Schools listed alphabetically. Low point total better.

GCC BCC VB Total pts.

ACGC 2 3 5 10

DMC 9* 4 1 14

Earlham 4 6 5 15

Madrid 3 2 7 12

Ogden 6 5 5 16

Panorama 1 7 8 16

Van Meter 8 10 2 20

WCV 5 9 9 23

Wd. Acad. X 1 X X**

Wood-Gr 7 8 3 18

* DMC did not field a girls' cross country team, so is automatically given last place.

** Woodward Academy does not have girls sports, so is not eligible for the all-sports title. They are, however, admitting girls soon and eventually will offer girls' sports.

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