However, no Patriot has done what Malachi Dupre is aiming to do: be a part of a state championship squad in four sports during the same year.
Dupre, a 6-foot-2, 175-pound sophomore, played wide receiver on the state championship football team, he was a huge part of Curtis' first ever basketball championship team, and he set a record in the high jump for the Patriots' first-place indoor track and field squad several weeks ago.
"If we win the state championship in outdoor track and field, I will be the first one to ever win state in four sports," said Dupre, who goes by the nickname "Chi."
"It was great to be a part of the first basketball championship. We had never gotten one. Our girls softball team is 12-0 right now, too."
As a potential big-time receiver, Dupre has fielded questions about playing in Curtis' run-oriented offense.
"People from outside Curtis and from even inside my inner circle have asked me about that, but I love Curtis and I'm sticking with my family," said Dupre, who has attended the River Ridge school since his elementary years. "I will work hard and Curtis will get me where I need to be in college.
"Coach J.T. (Curtis) will take me real far. He's going to throw me the ball, too. I caught a touchdown pass in the semifinals (vs. Evangel Christian). Abby Touzet has shown he can throw the football."
Dupre has already gotten the attention of college recruiters.
"More colleges are coming at me for track after I set the state record in the high jump (6-7 1/4)," he said. "I'm hearing from UCLA, USC, Alabama, Tulane and UL. Football and track are my favorite sports.
"Coach C.J. (Johnson) at Tulane is one of my dad's best friends. I've known Uncle C.J. since I was young. He was one of the best wide receiver coaches in the NFL (with the Saints)."