CAL Athletics Breaks Ground on New Multi
Christian Academy of Louisville
May 23, 2016
Grace Jennings on a
huge repeat as the
Girls Kentucky State
Tennis Champion!! Grace won the
title as a Junior in
2015, then again over
the past weekend. This years’ path
to the title included quality opponents, and Grace won the first
4 matches by comfortable margins.
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CAL Athletics Breaks Ground on
New Multi-Sport Turf Field
Christian Academy of Louisville
held a groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday,
May 18th to kickoff the installation
of a new, state of
the art multi-sport turf field from AstroTurf. The new playing surface will be placed at Centurion Stadium and will be a
cutting edge synthetic turf field that will be the first of its
kind in the state of Kentucky. (continued on pg. 3)
Girls Track Wins Regional Runner-up Title
Boys & Girls Track Individuals Qualify for State (pages 7 & 8)
CAL Baseball Postseason
Tournament Begins Tonight!!
Emily Neat &
The Christian AcadeScott Wright Sign
my varsity baseball
team concluded their
to Play at College
regular season with a
5-1 victory over LexLevel
Academy on Thursday in a home game
CAL scored two runs in the first inning and three more in the
fourth inning to take a 5-0 lead and never looked back. Meanwhile, CAL pitcher Jonny Allen and the CAL defense were
holding the LCA offense scoreless through the first six innings
of the game.
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Then on Saturday, she demonstrated toughness, resolve, discipline and a
strong competitive spirit by winning two tight matches to claim the 2016
Championship. Congrats Grace - what an accomplishment and honor - so fun
to watch you play!
Coach Mallory commented “Major congratulations to Grace for winning her
2nd state championship in a row. She had a wonderful year and career....what
a way to finish in your last match.”
Grace’s path to the 2016 Championship
defeated - Grace Gorby (Grayson Co) 6-3, 6-0
defeated - Elizabeth Hamilton (Ryle) 6-0, 6-0
defeated - Brooke Warden (Dixie Heights) 6-3, 6-0
defeated - Aspen Jarett (Oldham Co) 6-2, 6-4
defeated - Eva Borders (St. Francis) 6-7, 6-4, 1-0 (7)
defeated - Michelle McKamey (McCracken Co) 7-6, 6-4
Also, special thanks to Coach Mallory and Coach Arnold for your
commitment to the team, your servant leadership, and for another
great season. Your time and dedication is recognized and appreciated.
And congrats to all the girls on a good season with a lot of fun,
great friendships, and high hopes for a super 2017 season.
“This has been a two year project. We have spoken to many
schools around the country looking for the safest environment for
our student athletes and visitors,” said Director of Athletics, Brad
Morgan. “We are grateful to the Lord and donors who have made
our vision come to life.”
The athletic office has developed a plan to play all high school
field hockey, football games (fall season) and all high school boys
& girls lacrosse
games (spring season) on the new turf field at Centurion Stadium. The new turf field will also be used as a high school
field for practices and games. In addition, middle school and
youth football home games will be scheduled on the turf field
and middle school field hockey may have access when space
allows. This will clear up space on the North Field (grass)
for year round soccer use, and allow for middle school field
hockey practices and games to be played on the South Field
(grass) in the fall.
CAL student athletes, Michael Lagestee (football), Allie Grace Joyner
(field hockey), Cade Sparrow (boys lacrosse), and Nina Dobbs (girls lacrosse) were asked to be a part of the ground breaking celebration.
“I am privileged to represent our
student athletes at this exciting
celebration. I’m thankful for
every donor and family who
prayed and sacrificed to make this field happen. May God bless this
field and those who will play on it,” said junior field hockey player,
Allie Grace Joyner.
“In my five years here at CAL, the word I have
consistently heard is vision. The vision was to
provide the best facilities possible for our student athletes. I’m excited and grateful for the
opportunity to see this vision become a reality,”
said head football coach, Stefan LeFors.
Construction on the new multi-sport turf field
began Saturday and will be completed in time
for the fall sports seasons.
CAL’s first scoring rally began with Blake Carlisle drawing a walk and being balked to second
base. Paul Haupt singled to centerfield to score Carlisle and then advanced to second base on a
sacrifice bunt by Aaron Blake. Luke Price followed with a single to leftfield to score Haupt and give CAL
an early 2-0 lead.
CAL added three more runs in the fourth inning. Addison Skarski reached by an error to open the inning and
was sacrificed to second on a bunt by Cameron Marshall. Blake Carlisle walked before Paul Haupt doubled
to score Skarski with Carlisle advancing to third. Aaron Blake then singled to right field to score by Marshall and Haupt to conclude the CAL scoring. Lexington Christian scored one run in the seventh inning to
account for the 5-1 margin.
Paul Haupt reached base four times in the game with a double, a single, and was twice hit by a pitch. Luke
Price had two singles, and Aaron Blake, Dylan Sexton, Jonny Allen, and Cameron Marshall all singled
once. Sexton also walked twice in the game reaching base three times. Jonny Allen allowed three hits in
six 1/3 innings on the mound for the Centurions with Luke Price recording the final two outs on the mound.
On Monday night, CAL scored five runs in the bottom of the third inning to take a 5-2 lead, but couldn’t hold
on before losing to St. Xavier, 8-5, in a home game at CAL.
Trailing 2-0 entering the bottom of the third inning, CAL’ s Jacob Dupps reached on an infield hit. Blake
Carlisle drew a walk, advancing Dupps to second base. Dupps scored and Carlisle raced to third when Garrett McIntire reached on an error. McIntire advanced to second base on a passed ball before Luke Price’s
single to centerfield scored both Carlisle and McIntire to give CAL a 3-2 lead. Aaron Blake drew a walk
which moved Price to second base. Matthew Derridinger entered the game to run for Price before Dylan
Sexton singled to left field to load the bases. Addison Skarski then doubled down the left field line giving
CAL a 5-2 lead.
Unfortunately for CAL, those were their only five runs of the night. St. Xavier went on to score one run in
the fourth, three runs in the fifth, and twice more in the sixth to win the game, 8-5.
CAL had six hits in the game. Dylan Sexton had a triple and a single and Addison Skarski doubled. Blake
Carlisle, Luke Price, and Jacob Dupps all had singles. Dylan Sexton and Aaron Blake both pitched for CAL.
(photos continued on next page)
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GIRLS TRACK WINS REGIONAL RUNNER-UP TITLE
Earning a huge 74 of their 95 points in mid and long distance events, the girls track team earned a Regional Runner-up Title at the Region 3 Championships, hosted by
Christian Academy. The only team scoring higher than
the Centurions was 2-time defending State Champion
The Centurions got off to a great start, with victory in the
opening event, the 4x800 relay, composed of Jessica Bozell, Adelaide Ensor, Maddie O'Dea and Clara
Lynch. Clara came back later in the meet to win the
other Regional event title, running to victory in the 3200
in spite of being under the weather. She pulled along teammate Adelaide to nab the other automatic bid to
State. Maddie finished 2nd in the 800 to the fastest runner in the state, North Oldham's Erin Edmundson - so
the 2 Region 3 runners enter State meet as the top 2
seeds. The dynamic duo of Clara and Maddie combined
two additional times, going 2-3 in the 1600, again behind
Edmundson and on the 4x400 relay team that placed 2nd
to North and earned a spot in the fast heat at State. So
the two runners are qualified for the maximum 4 events
for State. The other members of the 4x4 were Anna
Kimbell and Laura English, who scor ed big points in
the 400, also placing 2-3. Anna's 2nd place earned her
an automatic qualifier for State. The 4x200 relay team of
Anna, Laura, Jessica & Maya Wright qualified for
State by being one of the fastest 'at large' teams, as did
Taylor Moon in the high jump.
Congratulations to all of the above runners
who qualified for the State Meet. Unfortunately, the KHSAA moved the date of State
this year to this Friday - at odds with many
graduations, including Christian Academy's. Now seniors must make the difficult
decision of getting recognized at the Graduation ceremony or competing at the highest stage in the sport for high school athletics.
BOYS TRACK MEMBERS QUALIFY FOR STATE MEET
The Christian Academy boys track and field team
placed 6th in the 13-team Class 2A Region 3 meet, with
multiple athletes qualifying for Friday's KHSAA State
The highest placing Centurion was senior Joel Shelton
in the shot put. His 3rd place finish earned him a spot
at State. Joel also earned an 'at large' berth in the discus. Steven Ott also qualified in two individual events,
punching his State ticket in the 1600 and 3200. Steven
also was a member of the qualifying 4x400 relay team,
joining, Jared Johnson, Jacob Miller and Tanner Palin. Tanner & Jared joined up ear lier in the meet,
with Tanner Reiser and Charles Austin Sams, on the 4x200 relay. The 4x2 ran their fastest time of the season, to qualify by time. Although not having his best day in the high jump, Tanner Palin also got an at-large
berth, as did John Bozell in the pole vault.
Congratulations to the Centurion State qualifiers and all the rest of the track & field team for a great season.
Class 2A Region 3 Championships
1. Shelby County - 148
2. North Oldham - 110
3. Waggener - 85.5
4. Western - 41.5
5. Moore - 35
6. Christian Academy - 28
T7. DeSales - 27
T7. Spencer County - 27
9. Henry County - 18
10. Valley - 15
11. Doss - 12
12. Collins - 10
13. Fairdale - 1
SCOTT WRIGHT SIGNS TO PLAY GOLF AT JACKSONVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY
Congratulations to senior, Scott Wright, who signed a
letter of intent to play golf at Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, Alabama.
CAL Director of Athletics, Brad Morgan opened the
signing ceremony with prayer and talked about the perseverance that the sport of golf requires.
"The thing that always amazes me about golf, is the
amount of discipline it takes, and that discipline translates into every aspect of life,” said Morgan. "The challenge now is to go to Jacksonville State and be a witness on that campus."
Wright decided to go to Jacksonville State because
he felt like it was the best option to improve and further his golf career.
"I am really looking forward to what Scott is going to
be able to do these next four year. His best days of
golf are ahead of him," said CAL head boys’ golf
coach, Greg Zimmerer.
"At two years old, Scott was on the golf course with
me,” said Scott’s dad. We have been very proud of
his golf game over the last four years and we wish
him all the luck."
Scott plans to major in business and looks forward to playing for the Gamecocks next fall.
EMILY NEAT SIGNS TO PLAY GOLF AT TRANSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY
Congratulations to senior Emily Neat for signing to play golf at
Transylvania University. Emily started playing golf in the 6th
grade and was named team captain of this year’s varsity golf
CAL head girls’ golf coach, Ron Gustafson, spoke of Emily’s
kind heart and spirit.
“I have coached Emily for three years and she always represents
herself, her parents, our school and our God with grace. She
even helped one of her opponents get out of a bunker! That’s
just the kind of person she is,” said Coach Gustafson.
Assistant Athletic Director, Jennifer Roberts, echoed Coach
Gustafson’s praise of Emily’s character.
“Emily excels on the golf course and in the classroom. She is a
well-rounded student who served as senior class president this
year, as well as represented CAL athletically,” said Roberts.
Neat closed the signing ceremony by thanking her parents and
coaches for their time and dedication to making her a better
“I’m thankful that my dad took me out every
single day and taught me the game. I’m sorry
to leave Coach Gus, but I’m excited to be a
part of the Transylvania team,” said Emily. “I
chose Transylvania because of the intimate
size, the high academic standards and their
proper balance between athletics and academics.”
Emily plans to major in a program Transylvania offers called PPE (Political Science, Philosophy, and Economics) and looks forward
to playing for the Pioneers next fall.
CAL FALLS TO EASTERN IN DISTRICTS
CAL 8 Eastern 17
CAL gave it their all in the district semi-final last Monday versus Eastern High School, but came up short by
a final score of 17-8. The game opened with Eastern building a quick 2-0 lead. But, CAL came back with
fire, knotting the game at 2-2 giving the partisan CAL parents reason to cheer. CAL’s offense created numerous opportunities in the first half, and they capitalized on many as seniors Allison Edlin and Ashley Semak, junior Nina Dobbs and sophomor e Sloan Reding all scor ed off of assist passes fr om senior Dana
Joss. However , Easter n pushed back with a steady str eam of on tar get shots that allowed them to
build an 11-5 halftime lead. Eastern spread out their offense and slowed the game down markedly in second
half action allowing CAL little chance to get back in the game. CAL took defensive chances, but could not
get over the hump in several comeback attempts. Dana put in a couple goals in the half, and Nina added one
off a Free Position shot. Final score was 17-8.
Sydney Jarm picked up 3 gr ound balls and caused a tur nover on the defensive side, while Kelsey
Koetsier collected 2 gr ound balls. Annie Becker caused 2 tur nover s as well. Dr aw contr ols wer e about
even on the night, with CAL garnering 12 out of 26. Dana led the team with 5 and Ashley had 4. Dana added 6 ground ball pickups. Lydia Clay notched 7 saves on the night bringing her season total up to a whopping 81 in 14 games. Dana led scoring with 6 points on 4 assists and 2 goals. Allison and Nina had 2 goals
each, while Ashley and Sloan had one goal apiece.
It was a good season for the CAL girls. Their final record stands at 8 wins and 6 losses. Thanks for coming
out and supporting the team this year!
TENNIS TEAM CELEBRATES SEASON AND RECOGNIZES SENIORS
The men’s varsity tennis team celebrated their winning season with a team
banquet on Monday, May 16th.
The team reflected on the season, and
made plans to continue their progress
into next year.
The Seniors will surely be missed. They have provided tremendous
leadership to the team, and demonstrated exceptional work ethic.
Congratulations to these fine young men! We can’t wait
to see how God will use them in the future.
Seniors: Bryce Anvar, David Parks, John Purnell and
Our thanks to Todd and Sheri Hammonds for all their
hard work and dedication to the team.
What a great season!
VARSITY SOFTBALL FINISHES UP THE SEASON WITH A WIN
Despite the rain last week, the Lady Centurions were able to play 2 of their
4 games. Tuesday CAL traveled to PRP. Sarah Ratterman led the game off
with a triple, but was unable to score. In the 2nd, Sam Thompson reached
on error and Hannah Howes walked in the top of the 2nd but both were
stranded. PRP was able to mark 1 run in the bottom of the 2nd. Ratterman
walked in the 3rd but CAL was again held scoreless. Thompson smashed
another one in the 4th, and Howes singled, but were again left on base. PRP
scored another run in the 6th. Kayla Chapman had a hit in the 7th and scored
on a sac fly by Ratterman, but the Centurions could not catch the Panthers. Final score 2-1 PRP.
Thursday CAL faced the North Bullitt Eagles at their roost. The Lady Centurions went ahead early and didn’t look back. CAL scored 2 runs in the 1st
when Ratterman singled, Loren Simpson reached on error, Thompson
walked, and Howes singled. Ratterman hit a triple in the 2nd but was left on
base. Each team scored a run in the 3rd; CAL scored after Caroline Lefan
singled and then scored on an RBI triple for Howes. In the 4th, Ratterman hit
a 2-run triple, scoring Riley Sexton, who had reached on error, and Kayla
Chapman, who had singled. Simpson also drove in a run, bringing the score
to 6-1 CAL. The Centurions scored another 2 runs in the 6th, Simpson drove
in Ratterman, who walked, and Elizabeth Ashley singled and scored on a hit
by Lefan. North Bullitt scored 3 more runs but CAL still came out on top. Final score 8-4 CAL.
Monday at 6 pm the Lady Centurions take on Eastern at Ballard in district play.
Congratulations to all those receiving year-end honors:
All-Region Team – Sarah Ratterman, Loren Simpson
Senior All-Stars – Hannah Howes, Caroline Lefan, Sam
Junior All-Stars – Elizabeth Ashley, Lynley Clay
Academic All-State First Team – Elizabeth Ashley, Kayla
Chapman, Lynley Clay, Hannah Howes, Caroline Lefan,
Maggie McCarty, Sam Thompson
Academic All-State Honorable Mention – Elly Harshfield
JV SOFTBALL WINS OVER NORTH BULLITT
CAL’s JV Softball team faced North Bullitt Thursday for their final game of the season. The Centurions put
2 runs on the board in the 1st when Elizabeth Ashley and Loren Simpson singled, and Ashton Edwards hit a
triple. The Eagles answered with 1 run of their own. CAL was held scoreless in the 2nd, and North Bullitt
tied it up 2-2. The 3rd inning CAL batted around, with hits by Simpson, Edwards, Catie Kearfott, Maggie
McCarty, and Hailey Baumann, scoring 6 runs. The Centurions put another 2 runs on the board in the 4th
when Simpson and Edwards singled with runners on. The Eagles scored 3 runs in the 5th. Final score 10-5
CAL. Great season, ladies!
News From the Underground
“I’m proud of you. The most powerful four words we can say to our athletes.” – Coach Dos at the Speed and
Power Summit 5/21/16.
As we bring to close another school year I want to start off by saying how proud I am of all the athletes that
sacrificed their time to become a better athlete with us this year.
Even though the school year is coming to an end…sports performance NEVER stops. Actually, June and July are our busiest time of the year. Not only are all of our teams out of season but we also get back our alumni that are playing collegiate sports.
I was blessed to attend the first Speed and Power Summit put on by Athletes Acceleration this past weekend
in Bloomington Indiana. I was able to hear from and talk to many of the top trainers in the world when it
comes to speed, agility, power and force production. I have over 15 pages of notes that I’m reviewing and
can’t wait to implement some of the new drills and techniques I learned. The principles we base our programs on do not change but the methods we use to train those principles are always evolving and changing to
meet the needs of our student athletes. We want to have elite student athletes that are mentally and physically
prepared to compete at the highest level possible.
I will be posting the training schedule for June on the school web site this week and on our social media sites
(Facebook and Twitter). If you have any specific questions on when your team is training or when the facility
will be open, please do not hesitate to contact me.
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]
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The Centurions took on the Tigers of St. X in a JV Baseball game on 5/16. The team put up a good fight and at the
end of 5 innings we were tied 4-4. Unfortunately, 4 CAL pitchers combined to give up 11 runs in the final two innings for a 15-5 loss. What we did not know at the time is that this would be the last game of the season. The KCD game was canceled by KCD due to injuries and the Collins game scheduled for Saturday was rained out.
It was a great season and many Thanks go out to all the coaches for sharing their time and talent this year. A BIG Thank You to the
Athletic Department and the Site Managers for all of their support. We would also like to Thank all of the parents for getting the
boys to all the practices and games, keeping iscore, running the scoreboard, keeping the pitch count, manning the concession stand
and being our #1 fans!
Baseball is a statistical game. I took some time to pull the stats for this year out of our electronic score book (iscore). Here is all the
hitting and pitching stats for the 2016 JV Centurions. I also broke out the hitting into Top 10 offensive categories and Top 5 pitching categories.
ALL OFFENSIVE STATS
OFFENSIVE TOP 10’S
CAL played its second and third round tournament games last Thursday in a doubleheader at Veteran’s Park.
In the first game the Centurions avenged a regular season loss to Ramsey by winning 4-1 to move to the semifinals. Ben Kirk got the win pitching 5 innings and
giving up 1 run on 2 hits and recording 8 strikeouts.
Phillip Fetter came on to record the save, pitching an
inning after Kirk was injured rounding first. The defense was nearly flawless, recording 2 double plays.
Adam Phillips scored the first
run of the game in the second inning when Luke Wagers was hit by a pitch with the
bases loaded. Fetter, who had
walked, eventually scored when
Jack Mauzy reached on a hard hit
ball misplayed by Ramsey's shortstop. CAL added 2 more in the
fourth when Jack Shadburne singled, Wagers bunted over Evan
Surran who pinch-ran for Shadburne. Mauzy then singled to
A John Pohlman double and Jackson Rueff single pushed
Mauzy across. Rueff led the offense going 3-4, and Kirk
added 2 hits.
In the second game of the night, CAL held close to Johnson, being down 3-2 after the third.
Rueff pitched and held down number 1 seeded Johnson until the 4th when Johnson rallied for 6 runs. Johnson's pitching held CAL to 2 hits, by Pohlman and Rueff, as Johnson moved on to the championship on a 122 win.
CENTURIONS RUNNER-UP IN MS GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP
The Christian Academy MS golf team finished their season
strong by placing 2nd in the MS Golf Championship held Monday May 16th at Eagle Creek Golf Course. CAL finished with
a very respectable team score of 169, but fell short to North
Oldham who recorded a 152. East Oldham shot 201 while
Oldham MS completed the field with a 204. Lucas Bischoff
and Clay Hughes led the way for the
Centurions, each with a 4-over-par 40
for 9 holes. Camdin Farmer shot 43,
Madison Corrigan 46, Grace Walker 48
and Grant Wheeler 52. Aidan Foster
rounded out the CAL team. Several
CAL players shot their Eagle Creek
personal best scores, which helped capture the runner-up title. Congratulations to all
the players for an outstanding season and to CAL Coaches Tony Bischoff and Greg
Zimmerer for a job well done!
CAL 6TH GRADERS COMPLETE WINNING SEASON
The CAL 6th grade baseball team completed their season this past
Tuesday night, losing to JCTMS, 9-1, in rain-shortened game on a rain
soaked field at Lyndon.
CAL collected only three
hits on the night, all singles,
two by Nicholas Britton and
one by Jacob Price. CAL’s
only run came in the fourth
inning. Trailing 5-0, Britton
led off with a single and advanced to second base on a passed
ball. Britton then scored on Price’s single to centerfield.
Jacob Price and Will Thompson both pitched in the game for CAL. The Centurions finished the season 6-5.
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]
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]
Bowling - Tim Brown, [email protected]
Cheerleading— Audrey Able, [email protected]
Strength & Conditioning- Greg Lile, [email protected]
Swimming, Amy Albiero, [email protected]
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– Sean Reding, [email protected]
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]
Baseball - Doug Russell, [email protected]
Softball – Eddie Franz, [email protected]
Boys Lacrosse– Phil Brock, [email protected]
Girls Lacrosse– Sean Reding, [email protected]
Boys Golf – Tony Bischoff, [email protected]
Girls Golf—Darcy Coombe, [email protected]
Boys Soccer– Young Kwon, [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]