The Charger fall athletic squads performed well this last season. The girls volleyball team made it to the regional semifinals before being knocked out by eventual state qualifier St. Albert, and the girls and boys cross country teams finished well at the state tournament in Ft. Dodge last month. Through these efforts, ACGC has earned the top spot in the West Central Activities Conference All-Sports competition.
The competition, similar to the NCAA’s Capital One Cup, grants points based on placements in athletic disciplines. Football however is not counted as it is not a contested WCAC sport. ACGC’s fifth place finish in the conference standings in volleyball, along with cross country’s second and third place finishes at the WCAC meet for the girls and boys respectively, give the Chargers 10 points (5-VB, 2-GCC, 3-BCC) and a two point lead over second place Madrid.
The competition runs through the summer season to include baseball and softball. Unlike the Capital One Cup, no official award is given for winning the competition.