Four St. Louis Catholic senior student-athletes who participate in spring sports have received recognition by the LHSAA All-Academic Program as members of the 2019-2020 Composite Team for maintaining a 4.00 unweighted GPA throughout their high school careers.

Seniors Maggie Bruchhaus (tennis), Ethan Hebert (tennis), Carson Mixon (baseball), and Sophie Stine (track & field) are receiving All-Academic Composite Team honors from the LHSAA for at least a second time this year.   To earn Composite Team honors, a student-athlete must have an unweighted 4.00 GPA and cannot even have a ‘B’ on their transcripts.  Bruchhaus (basketball), Hebert (cross country and soccer), Mixon (football) and Stine (volleyball) earned recognition for their academic and athletic achievements at prior LHSAA state events this year.

“We are very happy that these outstanding young men and women have been recognized again for their years of hard work in the classroom and in their athletic endeavors,” said St. Louis Catholic Athletic Director Pat Neck.  “We are obviously very sad that their seasons were cut short but know that they will all succeed in whatever their future plans are.”