"It's really remarkable," Rawson said. "One of the rare things you see with Sissonville athletics is the volleyball, football, soccer teams are all pushing each other to do better. It's not just the football players. They have been really supportive. It's been great school spirit."
Not only are both soccer programs highly ranked but the football team is having its best season in years and are ranked sixth in Class AA. The volleyball team is also ranked and has been to the state tournament several times over the past few years.
Sissonville boys Coach Eric Minsker is proud of where the soccer programs are.
"It's good to see Sissonville soccer doing so well," Minsker said. "If you look over the last 10-12 years, both the boys and girls have combined to have some extremely good teams. We've both been consistent and have had a good runs of teams and been ranked really high."
With all the success the boys have had, the Indians have always had powerhouse Charleston Catholic standing in their way. The Irish have won the last four state championships in Class AA/A.
With soccer sectionals just a week away, the team are hoping to take the next step and make history for the Sissonville boys soccer program.
"Our girls teams have won it but our boys program never has," Minsker said. "It would be really nice to be the first boys team in Sissonville history to make it to the State Tournament. We have arguably one of the toughest sections in the state. Catholic makes it difficult.
"They have won a lot of state championships. We have to get over the hump and get to the State Tournament. That's our goal. We can do it. We know we can compete with anybody to get there. It's just a matter of doing it. It would be great."
Sissonville played Catholic earlier in the season and lost a tough contest, 2-1. Rawson believes the Indians will be ready to play with the postseason around the horizon.
"We are on the right track," Rawson said. "I think we will come out in sectionals and be fired up, have high intensity, and be ready to play. It would be great to get there (state tournament). We have the potential to get there. That is what we are working towards."