Two “Ws” this week for CAL Boys Varsity Basketball

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Two “Ws” this week for CAL Boys Varsity Basketball
Christian Academy of Louisville
December 14, 2015
www.caschools.us/centurion-athletics
Two “Ws” this week for CAL
Boys Varsity Basketball
Christian Academy hosted the Rockets from Shelby County on Tuesday night. The Centurions picked up their first win of the season by jumping out to an early lead in the first quarter
by a score of 18-3. However, Shelby County would not go away and out scored CAL by 9
in the second quarter to pull with in 6 at the half where CAL led 22-16 at the break.
The game remained close through the third quarter with CAL still hanging on for an 8 point
lead. The Centurions turned up the defense in the final quarter to pull away from the Rockets to secure the win by a final score of 61-49. CAL was led by Greg Frist with 20 points,
Michael Woodward with 18, while Nick Olsofka pulled down 12 rebounds.
(continued on next page)
Girls Varsity Basketball Breezes to Victory
Meet Head Girls Basketball
Coach Perry White
(scores on next page)
Only 1 Week Left...
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Friday, Dec. 11 vs. Ballard
The Centurions were at home Friday to host district rival Ballard. The Bruins started out quick and jumped
out to an early 20-12 lead in the first quarter. The second quarter saw CAL come out with more intensity and cut the
lead to 4 on numerous occasions before Ballard had a run of their own to take a 44-33 lead in to halftime. The Centurions came out quick in the third quarter while they cut into the lead and trailed by 8 at the end of three quarters. The
fourth quarter saw a back and forth game with each team making big runs. CAL went on a 8 point run to cut the lead
to 1 midway through the quarter but Ballard quickly answer with a 6-0 run of their own. CAL would again cut the lead
to 4 before Ballard sealed the win by hitting all 6 of their free throws down the stretch for the 81-69 victory. Parker
Jones led the way for CAL with a game high 31, while Greg Frist added 16.
Saturday, Dec. 12. vs. Garrard County
Christian Academy traveled to Richmond on Saturday to play in a Coaches vs. Cancer Classic.
The Centurions started out slow and trailed Garrard County by a score of 15-10 after one quarter. The second quarter
saw CAL come out strong and outs ore Garrard by 11 to take a 6 point lead into the half by a score of 30-24. The Centurions did not lose there intensity after halftime as they pushed their lead up to 10 at the end of three quarters. Garrard
County made a couple of runs in the fourth quarter but CAL answered each time with great defensive efforts.
The Centurions went on to the 61-49 victory. CAL was led by Greg Frist with 18, Parker Jones with 17, and Michael
Woodward chipping in 10.
Christian Academy is back in action at home on Tuesday, December 15, in another District game against KCD. They
will then travel to Whitefield Academy on Friday and travel to Collegiate on Saturday.
LAST WEEK’S GAME SCORES
Monday, December 7, 2015
CAL 83 Fern Creek 57
Friday, December 11, 2015
CAL 60 Ballard 34
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Perry White—Girls Basketball
Family: Wife, Donna; Daughter , Alyx; Daughter , Camr yn
Church: Okolona Chr istian Chur ch
Sports Played: Basketball, Football and Baseball. Basketball
was my first love though!
School(s) Attended: Souther n High School & WKU
Occupation: Nationwide Insur ance Pr incipal Agent
How long have you coached basketball? I have coached basketball for 26 years. I started coaching boys basketball at Southern High School.
What motivates you to coach? I love working with kids and teaching the game of basketball! I also love the
competition! When you finish playing, there is still a competitive drive within you that needs to be filled. I
have found coaching to be the answer for me.
How do you use basketball to disciple your players? I want my players to grow in their relationship with
Christ. We have a devotional every Monday as well as daily prayers. I believe it is important for my players
to know they can trust me and I always stay true to my word.
What is your biggest goal in building the girls basketball program? To always give it our best effort and get
the program back to State. We have a great group of girls who can accomplish that this year. They need to
believe in each other and work hard to prove to the doubters! When people watch us play, I hope they come
away with "that team gives it their all every single possession!" If we do that, we will achieve our
goals! Play with class and dignity!
What makes you laugh out loud? I love laughing so it doesn't take much. I have a good time with pretty
much everyone. I will even laugh at bad jokes!
LIGHTNING ROUND
Zone or (wo)man to (wo)man? Zone Press
Turnover…Apple or Peach? Apple
Barn Burner or Buzzer Beater? Barn Burner
Dunk…Doughnuts or Cookies? Cookies
Knock Out or Horse? Knockout
Open Tues-Fri*
2:30-4pm
Open until 7pm for all HOME
varsity football games
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On Tuesday, December 8th, the boys JV basketball team hosted Shelby County for their first game
of the season. Both teams were shaking off the cobwebs in the first quarter, with CAL down 78. Everyone gained momentum in the second quarter, entering the locker room at halftime, tied 22-22. To
end the 3rd quarter, CAL had pulled ahead 38-36 but Shelby County was still hangin’ in there. However,
CAL outscored their visitors again and won the quarter to post a final score of 49-43 WIN. Scoring was led
by Ryan Lagestee with 14 points; others on the board were Stephen Wilson – 9; Kaden Weiter – 8; Milton
Wright – 5; Austin Carr – 4; Hayden Paas – 3; Chase Passafiume, Matthew Duvall, Austin Richardson each
with 2.
On Thursday, the JV boys traveled to the big gym at Ballard High school. This game was a tight battle from
the start, as CAL was down 9-8 after the first quarter. Both teams played a very physical game and CAL
kept up the battle with halftime score of CAL down 24-22. Starting the 3rd quarter, Ballard used their quickness to widen the margin, ending the quarter with the Ballard lead 36-26. CAL continued to fight but just
couldn’t reduce that margin. CAL lost 57-46. Great effort by all. Scores by Lagestee – 17; Carr – 9; Marshall – 6; Wilson – 6; Dupps – 4; Weiter, Paas each with 2.
Your JV Boys Basketball team plays next at Whitefield on Friday December 18 at 6:00 p.m.
Four games in one week and here’s how it went:
The boys freshman basketball team opened their season in league play on December 5th versus South Oldham. The Dragons battled throughout the first quarter but our Centurions battled back even harder. After
halftime, CAL continued to widen the margin and the Centurions won their first contest 51-21. Scoring by
Milton Wright - 13; Kaden Weiter – 13; Jacob Dupps – 6; Noah Miller – 5; Austin Carr - 4; Stephen Wilson
– 3; Jack Payne – 3; Matthew Duvall – 2; Austin Richardson – 2
On Monday, December 7th, the boys freshmen team hosted the Oldham County Colonels in a match-up that
left the bench shallow due to choir concert. Our team scored 17 points in the first quarter. But, the boys
fought and worked hard to fend off the visitors who battled to within the 10 point margin. CAL won their
second contest 49-39. Scoring by Carr – 13; Wright – 10; Wilson -9; Duvall – 7; Miller – 6; Dupps 2; Nate
Clark – 2
On Thursday, our team traveled to Ballard High School to take on the Bruins. Our boys started off slow, letting their opponent jump out to a 9-0. But this team did not let the Bruins get the best of them, as they
fought back to end the quarter up 14-13. Using good fundamentals and good ole fashioned hustle, our Centurions held the lead at halftime 22-16. Even though Ballard had a deep bench, CAL was able to stretch their
lead in the 3rd quarter to 42-25. The Centurions did not let their foot off the gas on this one and continued
their hustle until the end with a decided victory over Ballard: 59-35 WIN. Go CAL!
On Saturday, CAL hosted Holy Cross. The Centurions were physically bigger than their opponent and the
score showed it with 1st quarter lead of 19-8. Both teams were slower in the second half, where the halftime
score was 25-15. After halftime, Holy Cross came out and scored a quick 4 points to test the CAL response. And respond they did, with 18 points to end the 3rd quarter up 43-28. This game was a full team effort with a WIN 61-33. Scores by Wilson – 11; Carr – 9; Duvall – 8; Richardson -8; Dupps -6; Payne – 5;
Miller – 5; Weiter – 4; Clark – 3; Trent Wilburn -2
Great start to the season boys! Next game is Monday (12/14) at 7:15 p.m. vs Bullitt Central at S. Oldham.
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News From the Underground
#IMPACT
“Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel. Shall come to thee, O Israel.”
It’s Finals Week and the last week before Christmas break! The past couple of weeks we completed a training cycle that we had been working on for the last 6 weeks. The athletes gave their max effort on our key lifts
and many personal records were set. This week our student athletes get to set more records but this time in
the class room. This is a transition time for us in the Sports Performance Program, we are moving to a break
schedule and preparing for our Winter Phase II schedule in January. Some of our spring teams start to transition into practice mode and a couple of our fall sports start up their training programs to prepare for next
year. Look for our January schedule in the next edition of the E-News. I hope everyone has a safe and very
merry Christmas!
Here is our schedule for the rest of 2015
Monday 12/14 –3:30pm Baseball
4:30pm Female Athletes
5:30pm Girls Basketball
Tuesday 12/15 – 3:30pm Baseball
4:30pm Female Athletes
Wednesday 12/16 to Friday 12/18 – 3:00pm to 5:00pm Open Training – All are welcome to come in. Coach
Lile has programs for you or you are free to work on your own.
Monday 12/21 – Wednesday 12/23 - 3:00pm to 5:00pm Open Training – All are welcome to come in. Coach
Lile has programs for you or you are free to work on your own. We will be closed 12/24 and 12/25.
Saturday 12/26 – 9am to 11am Open Training
Monday 12/28 – Wednesday 12/30 - 3:00pm to 5:00pm Open Training – All are welcome to come in. Coach
Lile has programs for you or you are free to work on your own. We will be closed 12/31 and 01/01.
Saturday 01/02/2016 – 9am to 11am Open Training
To get the latest information on our program follow us on Facebook (Centurion Sports Performance)
or on Twitter (@cfoundry). If you have any questions or want to take a tour of our facility and our Sports
Performance Program, please contact Coach Lile at (502) 457-6805 or [email protected]
It’s a Blessed and Great life! ~ Coach Lile
[email protected]
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Our 7th graders split two games last week beating St.
Margaret Mary 7th grade and losing to Holy Trinity 8th
grade.
St. Margaret Mary invaded our red gym on Tuesday,
December 8. After a competitive first half, our Centurions turned on the jets in the third quarter outscoring
our opponent 13 to 0 to effectively put the game away.
Final score: CAL 40, St. Margaret Mary 29. Brandt
Babin destroyed all comers by scoring at will in the
paint. He finished with 14 points in about 12 minutes
of work. Stephen Wearsch and Babin controlled the boards pulling down 6 rebounds each. St. Margaret Mary
couldn't stop the balanced offensive CAL attack as Caleb Hawley, Conner Haun, Cole Thompson, and
Wearsch each scored 5 points. Haun and guard Jeremy Raines each grabbed 3
rebounds.
Holy Trinity 8th grade team visited our home court on Thursday, December
10. The bigger older team proved too much for our Centurions as we came
away with a 39-26 loss. One bright spot for CAL was Brayden Daniels, who
uncorked 8 points and showed flashes of his state tournament brilliance during last years run up to the state finals. Cole Thompson had 6 points. Thompson has now hit at least one three pointer in the last eight consecutive games.
Stephen Wearsch proved consistent again netting 6 points and 5 rebounds.
Trey Jorgensen, Babin, and Hawley each scored 2 points.
Your 7th grade Centurions next play at home Thursday, December 17 in the red gym at 630pm against Spencer County. Come out and watch the boys as they wrap up the first half of the season.
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CAL 6TH GRADERS TO PLAY IN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME!!
The Christian Academy 6th Grade boys’ basketball team reached their league tournament championship game
this past week with victories over the Anchorage and Whitefield 6th grade teams. The games were played at
Whitefield Academy.
The Centurions defeated Anchorage, 45-27, in their opening round tournament game. CAL led at every stop
of the way in winning the game, 16-9 at the end of the first quarter, 23-15 at halftime, and 33-22 at the end of
the third quarter. CAL won every quarter and were pulling away as the game ended.
Conner Carr led CAL in scoring with 20 points. Jacob Price and Charlie Storm both scored six, while Garrett Guthals, Luke Heuke, and Camden Peters all scored three apiece. Tommy Ott and Will Thompson both
contributed two points. Adam Ballard led CAL rebounders with eight and Conner Carr had six as CAL
outrebounded Anchorage, 43-24.
In the semi-final game, CAL used 46% shooting (63% from three point range) and outrebounded Whitefield,
29-14, in defeating the tournament host team, 43-37.
CAL only trailed once in the game, at 5-4, as they again led at the end of every quarter in the game. The
Centurions led 13-9 at the end of the first period, 24-16 at halftime, and 33-25 at the end of the third quarter. It was a solid performance for CAL as they defeated Whitefield for the second time in a week by almost
identical scores. The Centurions had won a league game versus Whitefield the previous Saturday, 42-35.
Leading CAL scorers was Conner Carr with 23 points. Adam Ballard scored six, Charlie Storm five, and
Matthew Mauzy scored four. Garrett Guthals scored three points and Jacob Price added two. Carr led CAL
rebounders with seven while Charlie Storm grabbed five boards.
The Centurions next play in the league championship game on Monday night versus Kentucky Country Day
at 7:40 at Whitefield Academy. CAL will be trying to avenge their only league loss as KCD had won an earlier game, 37-21. KCD has not lost in league play this year. The Centurions will also host Spencer County
Middle School in the CAL Red Gym Thursday night at 5:30. CAL’s record is now 11-6 for the season.
Date
Tuesday, December 15, 2015
Time
6:00 PM
Sport
Girls Varsity Basketball
7:30 PM
Boys Varsity Basketball
Place
Opponent
Home
Kentucky Country Day
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CAL ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT 502-244-3225 (0ffice) 502-244-3193 (fax)
Brad Morgan, Director of Athletics 244-3225 ext. 1072 [email protected]
Jennifer Roberts, Assistant AD, 244-3225, ext 1037 [email protected]
Cora Parker, Administrative Assistant 244-3225 ext. 1080 [email protected]
Stefan LeFors, Scheduling Coordinator, 244-3225 ext 1081 [email protected]
Hollie Foster, Sports Information,244-3225 ext. 1054, [email protected]
Trisha Pullen, Centurion Armory, [email protected]
Kate Meyer, Athletic Trainer, [email protected]
For CAL Sports Game and Practice Schedules visit: www.caschools.us/centurion-athletics
THE CENTURION ARMORY 753-4598
FALL SPORTS: HIGH SCHOOL
Cross Country-Lowery Stallings, [email protected]
Cheerleading-Audrey Able, [email protected]
Field Hockey-Stanley Phulpagar, [email protected]
Football-Stefan LeFors, [email protected]
Golf Boys’-Greg Zimmerer, [email protected]
Golf Girls’- Ron Gustafason, [email protected]
Strength & Conditioning- Greg Lile, [email protected]
Soccer - Boys-Toby Wilcox, [email protected]
Soccer -Girls-John Zutt, [email protected]
Volleyball-Patty Ernst, [email protected]
MIDDLE SCHOOL:
Cross Country– Ashley Lundquist, [email protected]
Cheerleading– Maggie Tait, [email protected]
Field Hockey – David Ernst, [email protected]
Football - Danny McGee, [email protected]
Volleyball– Jade Burke, [email protected]
Tennis Girls/Boys Rhonda Arnold, [email protected]
WINTER SPORTS: HIGH SCHOOL
Basketball (Boys) - Chad Carr, [email protected]
Basketball (Girls) - Perry White, [email protected]
Cheerleading— Audrey Able, [email protected]
Strength & Conditioning- Greg Lile, [email protected]
Swimming, Amy Albiero, [email protected]
MIDDLE SCHOOL:
Basketball– (Boys) - Robert Boggs, [email protected]
Basketball (Girls) - Bill Gardner, [email protected]
Cheerleading– Maggie Tate, [email protected]
Swimming, Amy Albiero, [email protected]
SPRING SPORTS: High School
Baseball - Tim Brown, [email protected]
Softball- Kyle Mullin, [email protected]
Boys Lacrosse- Phil Brock, [email protected]
Girls Lacrosse– TBD
Strength & Conditioning- Greg Lile, [email protected]
Boys Tennis– Todd Hammonds, [email protected]
Girls Tennis- Jeff Mallory, [email protected]
Boys/Girls Track and Field- Lowery Stallings, [email protected]
MIDDLE SCHOOL:
Baseball - Scott Wright, [email protected]
Softball – Eddie Franz, [email protected]
Boys Lacrosse– Claude Sutherland, [email protected]
Girls Lacrosse– Dave Ernst, [email protected]
Boys Golf – Steve Shafer, [email protected]
Girls Golf—Darcy Coombe, [email protected]
Boys Soccer– Brian Swanson, [email protected]
Girls Soccer- Joey Autry, [email protected]
Boys/Girls Track - Natalie Ball, [email protected]
Intramural Offerings: Grades K-5
Jennifer Roberts, Assistant AD, 244-3225, ext 1037, [email protected]
[email protected]
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