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CAL Shuts Out #1 DeSales 16-0 - Christian Academy School System
Christian Academy of Louisville
October 12, 2015
www.caschools.us/centurion-athletics
CAL Shuts Out #1 DeSales 16-0
CAL blanked
DeSales 16 to
0 Friday night
winning the
Brothers in
Faith Trophy
for the fifth
year in a row,
winning six of
the last 9 games and setting the team up for another District
Title. The game was ignited by two interceptions in the second
half.
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Men’s Varsity Soccer Stomps DeSales 6-0
In a big annual rivalry game, the CAL Men’s Varsity Soccer
team stomped the DeSales Colts, 6-0, in its last home game
of the regular season. The Centurions started off on the attack right away, with Noah Wilcox, Tyler Green and Jackson Donovan on the fr ont line, suppor ted by mid-fielders
Asher Benge, Brad Hickman, Seth Yeoman, and Nathan
Shepherd. CAL had sever al thr eatening shots on the DeSales goal and minimal activity on the defensive end.
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A Shut Out &
Overtime Win
for CAL Field
Hockey!
The Varsity field hockey
team had a winning week,
with a shut out against
North Oldham on Tuesday
and an exciting overtime
victory against Collegiate
on Thursday.
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A #6 Ranking, Despite a Humbling Week!
When the Kentucky Volleyball Coaches Association
published its October 8th poll,
the
Centurions
reached
heights never seen before at
#6, up three more points from
the last assessment.
What drove this ranking just
might be a GREAT LOSS
that happened the previous
Tuesday. CAL took on Sacred Heart at home on their
Senior Night.
Always a
tough match, this year the
Valkyries are ranked #1 in
the state and #12 in the country.
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Friday started with the annual Beat DeSales chili cook off and the
students setting up in the senior parking lot to welcome the DeSales
players and fans.
The entire student section continued the tradition of walking as a group into the
stadium with the cheerleaders and the band, The students were dressed in pink
to honor Breast Cancer and took over the stadium like a big pink cloud letting
everyone know who has the Best Student section.
Michaela Arnold followed the prayer with an inspiring rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner and in honor of
her late Aunt.
DeSales won the toss and elected to receive the Ball. Eric Quinton
kicked off and Cade Sparrow, Anthony Palambino and John Harvie
made the first tackles of the night. Both teams struggled in the first
half trading punts.
The Centurions had 77 yards of offense in the first half and held DeSales to 64 total yards. The first half ended with the score 0 to 0.
Everyone had the feeling that a big play was going to be the difference maker in this game.
Half time kicked off with Ms. Whitney Lyon leading the 2015 Marching Centurions onto the field to perform
”This is Our Story”.
CAL received the second half kickoff and moved the ball 19 yards before
Quintin had to punt. The punt gave the Colts the ball on their own 34
yard line. Two plans later on 3rd and 9, Austin Johnson’s pass was intercepted by Clay Davis and returned 32 yards to the DeSales 9 yard line.
Four plays later, Austin Carr handed the ball to Milton Wright on the
sweep from left to right who pulled up and found Davis for a 2 yard
touchdown. CAL 7– DeSales 0.
Following the Quinton kick off, DeSales turned the ball over on
downs after 9 plays. Carr and the offense moved the ball 52 yards
in nine plays with the big-play being a 32 yard pass from Carr to
Cal Lewellyn. On fourth and two from the 14 Eric Quinten connected on the 31 yard field goal. CAL 10- DeSales 0.
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The two teams traded punts of the next two possessions with
the Colts taking over at the Centurions’ 45 yard line determined to cut into the lead. The Colts moved the ball 43 yards in 8
plays. With a first and goal from the 12 Austin Johnson attempted to
throw the ball in the end zone. Milton stretched out and intercepted the
ball two yards deep in the end zone. Wright followed several of his
teammates to mid field were he then broke out scoring a 102 yard
Touchdown. Wright is only the 34th player in Kentucky State history with 100+ yard touchdown.
DeSales had one more possession that ended with Cade Sparrow intercepting
the Alec Brothers pass.
School Sprirt- Hats off to David Yoho for leading the parents, Garrett McIntire, Jason Coultrap, Crosse Wolfe, Wes Crane, Dylan Sexton, Ryan Lagestee,
Parker Jones, Derek Holland, and Blake Carlisle (as the Centurion), Sarah
Chastain
Defense - Cal Lewellyn 9 tackles, Clay Davis 8
tackles & 1 interception, Tanner Lopez 8 tackles,
Nick Olsofka 8 tackles, Cade Sparrow 1 interception, Milton Wright 1 interception 1 TD.
Offense – Carr 10 of 15 for 129 yards, Lopez 50
yards rushing, Lewellyn 64 yards receiving, Davis
45 yards receiving 1 TD
Special teams – Quinton1 Field Goal of 32 yards,
Average Kickoff 52 yards, Average punt 32 yards
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However it wasn’t until 17 minutes into the game that the ball found the back of the net, kicked in
by Wilcox with an assist by Yeoman. Yeoman followed up minutes later with a great shot that
went just wide of the goal. Wilcox answered again, at 21 minutes into the game, pounding a hard shot past
the DeSales keeper into the goal from outside the 18. Again, Yeoman had the assist. Green kept the momentum going, when he headed a ball kicked into the box by Chandler Anderson on the wing. The ball flew into
the goal, but the referee made an off-sides call, so the score remained 2-0.
The last four minutes of the first half saw a lot of action for the Centurions, beginning with a goal by Daniel
Lee, who knocked the ball in after Eric Quinton headed it towar d the goal. Thir ty seconds later , Wilcox sealed his hat tr ick for the game when he knocked the ball in with an assist fr om Larkin Mann,
putting CAL ahead 4-0. Wilcox wasn’t finished, however, he quickly scored another goal, assisted again by
Mann. And in the final seconds, Wilcox cur ved the ball into the net dir ectly fr om a cor ner kick, giving
CAL a comfortable 6-0 lead, and tallying 5 goals to his name for this game.
During the second half, the rest of the CAL team had the opportunity to contribute to the game. Jake Bennett, Sawyer Skarski, Jackson Donovan set forth a solid offensive attack with sever al shots but no
goals. Justin Montgomery, Caleb Anderson, Alex Tran, and Christian Kornegay distr ibuted the ball
well in the middle. Lee, Mann and Derek Holland and keeper Matthew Andres defended the goal solidly and
maintained CAL’s 6-0 shut-out victory.
The coaches’ Warrior Award, given at every game to a noteworthy and deserving player, was awarded on
this night to the enthusiastic student fans who cheered the Centurions on to this important victory heading
into post-season district tournament play. Thanks CAL students, families, and other fans for your consistent
and energetic support! Come support the Men’s Varsity team on Tues., Oct. 13, as they face district rival
Ballard, at 7:30 p.m. at Ballard.
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CAL 3 vs. COLLINS 1
Monday, October 5, 2015
CAL travelled to Shelbyville to play Collins HS. Collins scored first just 90 seconds into the game but 15
minutes later Noah evened the score. However with a few minutes left in first half Collins scored to make it 2
-1.
CAL increased intensity the second half but it wasn't enough as Collins scored last second goal to win 3-1.
CAL 5 vs. IROQUOIS 2
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
CAL traveled to Iroquois for a mid week game. Iroquois surprisingly jumped out to a 1-0 lead however Noah, Tyler and Justin Montgomery saw to Cal going into the half up 3-1. Jackson and Noah added second half
goals to make the final 5-2.
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After recognizing its four seniors at their last home game for
Senior Night, the CAL offense went to work, taking a whopping 58 shots on goal with 24 corner penalty shots. Minimal defense
was required, with no saves needed
and no defensive corner shots.
Taylor Curran had four goals,
Jacqueline Wilkins scored three,
and Allie Grace Joyner and Sarah
Young each scored one. Claire
Thomas had two assists, with Young, Katie Jenkins, Curran, Laurel
Dortch and Alex Hill all having one each. A 9-0 win was a perfect way
for the seniors to celebrate their last home game at CAL.
On Thursday the Centurions traveled to Collegiate's field to take on the
Amazons. Lots of back and forth offense made for a tough battle and goals
by Jamie Wright and Allie Grace Joyner put CAL on the board. The Amazons answered back with two of their own and at the end of the first half the
scored was tied at 2-2. Despite its best efforts, CAL couldn't pull ahead before the end of regulation time, and an overtime period ensued. Sam
Minrath was in the goal for the Centurions and in a 1 v 1 scenario had a dive stick save, a sweep out and brought
the ball down. Jacqueline Wilkins was
successful in her shot attempt, slamming in a goal for the win. While the
Centurions had preferred to win without going into overtime, the team
was happy to take home the victory.
CAL has their last regular season game next week against Presentation
before heading into the regional tournament as the number one seed.
GO CAL!
Date
Time
Sport
Place
Opponent
Monday, October 12, 2015
6:00 PM
Girls Varsity Volleyball
Home
Presentation Academy
6:00 PM
Girls Varsity Volleyball
Home
Butler High School
6:00 PM
Girls Varsity Field Hockey
Home
Presentation Academy
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
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Coming out with great confidence in game one, CAL tied the
score at every point up to 14, but then fell off toward the end allowing the Valkyries to take the win. CAL again stayed point-topoint with Sacred Heart in game two with ties at 2, 3, 6, 8, 9, took
a small lead up to 18, then tied again at 18, 20, 21, 23, and 24.
Undoubtedly, this game could have gone either way. In fact, the
last two points made by the Valkyries came from deflecting off
CAL’s strong blocking. Game three started off close again all the
way two 18-19, but CAL could not quite pull it off, losing the
match 25-18. Every member of the team put their heart in soul in
this match, and should take great pride in how very well they played against this staunch
competitor (19-25, 24-26, 18-25).
Unfortunately, an uncharacteristically weak match occurred Thursday night on the road at North Oldham. Perhaps still recovering from Tuesday, the team did not play
its best. CAL let the Mustangs build an early lead in
game one, 4-11, clawed their way back to a tie at 15, then
dropped off at the end for a loss. In game two, North led
most of the way, but CAL pulled within three toward the
end. Despite three great clutch serves by Hannah Wilhite
that brought the score to 23-24, North won it by two. Things looked more
promising in game 3 as CAL took the early lead to 11s, but could not sustain as the Mustangs made 6 points
in a row. CAL fell in a disappointing loss (20-25, 24-26, 17-25).
A busy and bittersweet week lies ahead for
the senior six-pack. Presentation will visit for
the annual “pink out” on Monday night.
Heartfelt Senior Night ceremonies happen
Tuesday against Butler, and a road trip to Holy Cross completes the regular season on
Thursday.
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Allie Blackburn
Parent’s Names: Natalie and Rob Blackburn
Sports Played While at CAL: Basketball and Soccer
Favorite Bible Verse: Romans 8:38-39
College: University of Kentucky or Samford University
Major: Undecided
How long attended CAL: Lifer
Allie has played the difficult position of wide midfield as well as other positions for our team this year. Allie has
been a solid and consistent contributor for CAL and has a teachable spirit always willing to improve her play while
helping her team in any way she can. Allie has been an honor, joy and privilege to coach at CAL.
Jessica Bozell
Parent’s Names: Doug Bozell and Melissa Emery
Sports Played at CAL: Cheer, Track and Soccer
Favorite Bible Verse: Isaiah 40:8
College: Undecided
Major: English
How long attended CAL: 12 years
Jessica has been a real joy to get to know and coach this season. Jessica’s incredible teachable spirit has been awesome and she has improved so much from day one of this season to today. Jessica’s willingness to do whatever she
is asked set’s a great example for others to follow. I’ve really enjoyed coaching Jessica at CAL this season.
Sarah Embry
Parent’s Names: Jinks and Mary Elizabeth Embry
Sports Played at CAL: Track, Volleyball and Soccer
Favorite Bible Verse: Psalms 46:1
College: Undecided
Major: Undecided
How long attended CAL: Lifer
Sara has been a real contributor for CAL and always adds a spark to our team with her relentless work ethic and
tenacity playing several positions. Sara always does whatever she’s asked of and has a work rate and aggressive
play that allows her to make her teammates better because of that. Sara has a teachable spirit always willing to
improve her play while helping her team in any way she can. It has been an honor, joy and privilege to coach
Sara at CAL this past season.
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Lily Evans
Parent’s Names: Elisabeth & Jay Evans
Sports Played at CAL: Soccer
Favorite Bible Verse: 2 Corinthians 12:9
College: Undecided
Major: Nursing
How long attended CAL: Lifer
Lily has played several positions including the difficult position of wide midfield for our team this year. Lily has
been a consistent contributor for CAL and has an awesome personality and teachable spirit always willing to improve her play while being there for her team in any way she can. I’ve really enjoyed coaching Lily this season and
it has been a real pleasure.
Haleigh Fortuna
Parents’ Names: Jerry and Sarah Fortuna
Sports Played at CAL: Soccer
Favorite Bible Verse: 1 Peter 1:3-9
College: Undecided
Major: Pre-Med
How long attended CAL: 4 years
Haleigh has been a 4-year starter for CAL and one of the leading scorers again for CAL this season. Haleigh is one
of the most talented forwards I’ve coached and has the ability to be dangerous and finish at any place on the field
when she has the ball. It has been a real pleasure to coach Haleigh again this season and as well as the past 4-years
at CAL.
Liana Forwith
Parent’s Names: Keith and Sue Forwith
Sports Played at CAL: Soccer
Favorite Bible Verse: Proverbs 31:30
College: Undecided
Major: Undecided
How long attended CAL: 4 years
Liana has been one of the most dependable leaders for our team again this season and has an incredible
teachable spirit and desire to be the ultimate teammate for her team. Liana has played in the center midfield
positon for our team and has been both consistent and reliable with her play. Liana’s leadership for our team
has been an important part of our team and program. Liana always leads by example during training and
games trying to lift the team up and encourage everyone. I am honored with the privilege and joy to have
coached Liana this season at CAL.
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Laura english
Parent’s Names: Glenn and Melissa English
Sports Played While at CAL: Soccer
Favorite Bible Verse: Lamentations 3:22-23
College: Undecided
Major: Elementary Education
How long attended CAL: Lifer
Laura has been a 4-year starter for CAL and a Captain again this year. Laura has anchored our defense again this year and has been one of the most competitive players I’ve ever coached. Laura has
a relentless work ethic and a determination to be a strong leader by example for our team. Laura has
balanced her competitive spirit with being there as a teammate for all of the players this season. It
has been an honor, joy and privilege to coach Laura at CAL over the past 4-years.
Maddy Hawes
Parent’s Names: Lu and Jeff Hawes
Sports Played While at CAL: Track, Cross Country and Soccer
Favorite Bible Verse: Esther 4:14
College: University of Alabama
Major: Nursing
How long attended CAL: 7 years
Maddy has been a versatile contributor for CAL, playing several positions for our team. Maddy always has a
smile on her face and is always willing to do whatever is asked of her. Maddy has an encouraging heart for her
team and is always looking to lift her teammates up. It has been a real joy, honor, and a pleasure to coach Maddy at CAL.
Dana Joss
Parent’s Names: Dan & Jina Joss
Sports Played at CAL: Basketball, Soccer and Lacrosse
Favorite Bible Verse: Jeremiah 33:3
College: Longwood University
Major: History/Pre-Law
How long attended CAL: 7 years
Dana has been a steady and dependable starter and leader for our team again this season playing both a wide
midfield position as well as a striker. Dana has grown to be flexible with whatever she’s asked of for her
team. Dana always leads by example and has a consistent intensity and leadership for our team that has been
an important part of our team’s success. I am honored with the privilege and joy to have coached a player
such as Dana for her 4 years at CAL.
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Kim Riddett
Parent’s Names: Debbie and Kevin Riddett
Sports Played at CAL: Soccer and Tennis
Favorite Bible Verse: Isaiah 41:10
College: Undecided
Major: Graphic Design
How long attended CAL: 7 years
Kim has been a steady and dependable leader for our team again this season playing key roles at
multiple positions when asked. Kim’s sweet personality, eagerness and willingness to play any
position she’s asked of has been a huge asset to our team this entire season. Kim always leads
by example during training and games. I’ve really enjoyed coaching Kim this past season at
CAL.
Saxby Spencer
Parent’s Names: Rob and Ann Spencer
Sports Played at CAL: Soccer and Track
Favorite Bible Verse: Ephesians 5:14-16
College: University of Kentucky
Major: Political Science
How long attended CAL: 10 years
Saxby has been a versatile contributor for CAL, playing several positions and having the willingness to play whatever position and role she’s asked. Saxby has an encouraging heart for her team
and is always looking to lift her teammates up and support everyone around her at all times. It has
been a pleasure to coach Saxby at CAL this season.
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Allison Edlin
Parent’s Names: J and Patti Edlin
Sports Played While at CAL: Field Hockey and Lacrosse
Favorite Bible Verse: Hebrews 12:1
College: University of Indianapolis
Major: Pre-Physical Therapy
How long attended CAL: Lifer
Allison is a fierce competitor! She is energetic, intense, passionate and feisty. She
gives 110 percent to whatever she does, and her confident, take-charge attitude has
helped her to lead our defense, as well as our entire team. Her intensity is contagious
and she has lead with a strong and courageous spirit which encourages each of us to
fight to the end. Happy Senior Night, Allison! We Love This Family!!!
Leah Jessee
Parent’s name: Mark and Diane Jessee
Sports played while at CAL: Field Hockey, Softball, Track and Field
Favorite Bible Verse: Exodus 14:14
College: University of Kentucky
Major: Undecided
How long attended CAL: Lifer
Leah is like a breath of fresh air to our team!!! She is always there with a smile and a
silly or quick-witted comment to break the ice or make us laugh when we need it most.
She is trustworthy, respectful, faithful, and encouraging. Her easy-going nature and
gentle spirit are refreshing and uplifting to the whole team. She has brought perspective to things at times when we might begin to get a little too intense. She is loving and
kind and her prayers and encouragement have spurred us on through intense moments
and difficult times. We have especially enjoyed the extra warm-up exercises that she
has taught us this season. Happy Senior Night, Leah! We Love This Family!!!
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Emmalee Lintner
Parent’s Names: Jim & Melissa Lintner
Sports Played While at CAL: Field Hockey
Favorite Bible Verse: 2 Timothy 1:7
College: Undecided
Major: Undecided
How long attended CAL: 12 years
Emmalee has a gentle spirit but is strong from within. She is a beautiful example of what it
means to be a friend and teammate. After injuries at camp (not one, but two injuries!!!)
took her out for the season, she has remained encouraging to the team and has continued to
come to games when possible. She is a supportive and loving sister to us all, and has been
dedicated to her sport for many years. We have missed her sweet smile at practices and
hope she knows that we will always consider her as part of the heart and soul of our
team. Happy Senior Night, Emmalee! We Love this Family!!!
Sarah Young
Parent’s Names: Jill and Lawrence Young
Sports Played While at CAL: Field Hockey
Favorite Bible Verse: Romans 8:28
College: Undecided
Major: Nursing
How long attended CAL: Lifer
Sarah is dedicated, dependable and full of heart. She is honest and insightful and has
provided solid and mature leadership to our team during critical times throughout the
season. She has had an amazing overall impact with her positive attitude, flexibility and
joyful spirit and has helped us all to remember to have fun along the way. With a true
servant’s heart, she has become a very impactful player both on and off the field, and we
are so very proud of how she has continued to strive to be a better player and a better
friend to everyone on our team. Happy Senior Night, Sarah! We Love This Family!!!
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CAL WINS BIG ON SENIOR NIGHT!
CAL 3 Mercy 1
The weather was perfect for Tuesday’s Senior Night festivities and game against Mercy. The careers
of Allie Blackburn, Jessica Bozell, Sarah Embry, Laura English, Lily Evans, Haleigh Fortuna, Liana
Forwith, Maddy Hawes, Dana Joss, Kim Riddett and Saxby Spencer were celebrated prior to the
game. Congratulations to all these girls!
After the pictures were taken and the tears dried it was time to get down to business. Game time against
Mercy meant a payback opportunity for an earlier season loss to them in the Bulldog Cup. Right from the
outset CAL showed they were focused and ready to make a statement. Two minutes into the game Haleigh
Fortuna hit a rocket shot from 30 yards that just missed over the crossbar. At 35:00 Laura English just
missed a long free kick over the crossbar as well. Maura Bennett connected on a header off a corner that
went just wide a minute later. At 32:09 Haleigh took a pass from the back, cut to her left and hammered a
30 yard shot over the goalie and into the net to put CAL up at 1-0, and give them a lead they would not relinquish. After a great save by Emily Gates at the 29:42 mark, CAL dominated possession the balance of the
first half with skilled dribbling and passing in the midfield by Liana Forwith and Olivia Warren. Ellen
Joss delighted the crowd with a variety of nifty moves up the left sideline, faking out Mercy defenders time
after time. The L&M center backs (Laura and Maura) played str ong against some ver y physical Mer cy
forwards. Clair Ashley and Kim Riddett turned back every Mercy run down the left side of the field. Allie
Blackburn’s hustle up and down the right side paid off later in the game. Dana Joss twisted and turned with
the ball, shaking loose of defenders and serving numerous crosses for shots by Anna Pohlman, Haleigh and Olivia. Halftime score was CAL 1 Mercy 0.
CAL started the second half just as strong as the first. At 37:13 Anna Pohlman received a perfect assistpass from Dana in the box, spun ar ound, faked a shot that sent the goalie flying to the gr ound, and then
popped the ball into the wide open goal to put CAL ahead 2-0! SWEET MOVE!!! Emily Gates made another awesome save at 35:40 to preserve the two goal lead. Play was back and forth the next 15-20 minutes
in very physical action. At 18:11, Haleigh barely missed another goal on a long free kick. With 9:36 left,
Mercy scored to make it 2-1. But, CAL dominated after that point, pressuring Mercy with run after run leading to shot after shot. As the clock wound down, and with just half a minute to go, Haleigh sent a pass wide
right to a streaking Allie Blackburn who absolutely creamed a right-foot strike past Mercy’s goalie into the
far side net to make the final score 3-1 CAL! It was a fantastic game and an unforgettable memory for eleven well-deserving CAL soccer seniors.
CAL pressed the attack and came up with several opportunities at the end of the game including a nice shot
by Anna Pohlman which was diverted by a very nice save from the SO goalie. A strong rotation of Allie
Blackburn, Sarah Embry, and Lily Evans continued to ser ve cr osses into the box, which kept South
Oldham on their heels, but CAL was unable to capitalize.
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CAL FALLS JUST SHORT AGAINST DEFENDING STATE CHAMPS
CAL 1 South Oldham 3
In a very hard fought game against the defending State Champs, the Lady Centurions fell just short. The varsity girls gave a very good effort and never backed down against a technically sound and physical opponent.
In the early going the teams were very evenly matched. CAL had several thru balls that were just long to
Haleigh Fortuna to keep steady pr essur e on the Dr agon defense. South Oldham countered with runs of
their own which were repeatedly shut down by a very stout defense. Laura English stepped in many times to
kill the South Oldham attack and Maura Bennett made several hard tackles to thwart the South Oldham pressure. The teams also traded several corner kicks but both defenses stepped up to clear the threats.
At the 17:21 mark South Oldham hit a shot from 25 yards out which was nicely placed and found the back of
the net for a 1-0 SO lead. South Oldham stepped up the pressure and created several good opportunities but
again the defense stepped up with Ellen Joss and Clair Ashley both stopping South Oldham attacks on the
wing. CAL regained the momentum and beginning at the 6:22 mark CAL had several strong shots by
Haleigh Fortuna which were saved by the SO goalie. The half ended in a 1-0 lead for the Dragons.
In the 2nd half South Oldham really pressed the attack leaving only 3 defenders back and moving 7 forward. Several nice stops were made by the midfield including Liana Forwith and Olivia Warren. Laura,
Clair , Ellen and Maura continued to hold the line and Emily Gates in goal repeatedly came out to stop SO
runs. At the 32:22 mark Gates stopped a rocket with a great save. At the 30:20 mark Laura English stepped
in front of a pass and fed the ball to Fortuna who hit a perfect 25 yard shot over the SO goalie to tie the
score!
The play went back and forth for quite some time but at the 13:37 mark the Dragons controlled a ball out
wide which was strongly challenged by CAL but SO managed to hit a long shot for a 2-1 lead. At the 10:22
mark, South Oldham made a nice cross which was quickly one touched into the goal for a 3-1 lead.
The Christian Academy girls never gave up and showed a fierce determination to the end of the game. It was
a very good effort with a lot of heart and hustle. The Lady Centurions will begin Districts this Tuesday
against Ballard (looking for redemption from an earlier season loss) at 5:30 on the Eastern High School campus and should feel confident as they start tournament play! Come out and support them!!!
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ANOTHER SWEEP FOR LYNCH & O’DEA
This weekend the CAL cross country team competed at the South Oldham Dragon Invitational. Leading the boys was Steven Ott, finishing
with an outstanding time of 17:26, a new personal record. Ott has continually led the team this season as a sophomore and has broken 18 almost every race. This
season is looking bright
for him as the team competes in Lexington next
weekend. Finishing next
for the boys was Charles Austin Sams, Sam Hazelip, Brendan
Sullivan and Jack-Herold Enyeart. The boys ran in a pack with
junior Clara Lynch, as they neared the finish, Charles Austin
sprinted ahead, finishing second for CAL and a new personal
record of 19:20. Jared Johnson and Jacob Miller came in soon
after with PR’s as well as John Patterson who had an amazing
finish! The boys placed fourth overall as a team and will be in
Lexington next weekend for Lexington Catholic Invitational.
The girls finished third
overall with all of the
varsity and JV girls setting new personal records! Clara Lynch
(19:27) and Maddie
O’Dea (19:41) led the
pack coming in first and
second. Maddie went out
very strong, leading the pack for the first half of the race.
Maddie is also known for her killer kick to the finish, passing
two South Oldham runners. Next was Jessica Wellum with a
PR of 23:15. Jessica, Taylor Moon, and Libby Gould have all
improved every race this season. Taylor and Libby also PR’ed
once again racing to the finish line, coming in 25th and 28th for
the girls varsity. The JV runners also had amazing races full of
personal records and
new levels of success. Kilie Morgan,
Audrey Wright, Lauren Robinson, Kate
Sitlinger, Ana Mort,
and Elizabeth Patterson pulled out amazing races, bringing home a third place trophy as
well. It was a phenomenal weekend for both the girls and boys
teams as many trophies were brought home and new records were
set. Glory be to God.
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THE NEW FACE(S) OR CENTURION LACROSSE
The leaves may be just beginning to turn their autumn colors and the days may still be growing shorter, but the Centurion lacrosse program is already looking toward spring with great anticipation.
Many players continue to condition and hone their skills, taking part in fall lacrosse leagues and preparing for indoor sessions leading up to pre-season practices beginning in February.
Coach Phil Brock and Athletic Director Brad Morgan have also been very busy during this past offseason identifying three new coaches to head up varsity lacrosse for the 2016 spring season.
Trevor Timmerberg, Steve Soriano and Sean Joyce have recently joined the Christian Academy lacrosse family and will work together to prepare and coach the current crop of varsity players.
Trevor, Steve and Sean each played for Bellarmine University’s Division I lacrosse team. Together they bring varied and considerable experience as players and coaches.
This week, and for the next two weeks, I will introduce you to one of our three new coaches each week.
Steve Soriano grew up in Readington, New J ersey about an hour south of New York City. He attended Hunterdon Central Regional High School where he played varsity lacrosse three of his four years and was selected Captain his senior season.
While at Hunterdon, Steve was part of a New Jersey state championship team his sophomore year and reached the state playoffs
his junior and senior seasons.
At Bellarmine, Steve contributed as a face-off midfielder and played all four years. During his college career he saw action in 41
games… starting as a junior and senior. As one of his fondest memories, Steve scored the winning overtime goal against High
Point University on Senior Night his senior year.
Having earned his Business Administration degree, he currently works for U.S. Energy Services as an account analyst.
He continues to be active as a player, playing in adult men’s leagues and in summer lacrosse tournaments regionally and nationally. In addition to having coached various teams and providing individual instruction, Steve most recently served one year as an
Assistant Varsity Coach at Trinity High School and coached club lacrosse for Bluegrass Lacrosse Club… now Titanium Lacrosse
Club.
Steve says, “My coaching philosophies have been shaped from playing under many great coaches in the lacrosse world, Bellarmine’s former Head Coach, Jack McGetrick and dominant New Jersey high school coaches Mike Vergalito, Tom Bill and Chuck
Apel.”
He added, “I am excited to work with the CAL program and take it to the next level. I believe in the power of positive thinking. It is going to require players to believe in the systems and each other.”
In 2011 Steve took part in a mission trip to Jinja, Uganda, working with Amazima
Ministries. He described the trip as a “very humbling, spiritual experience” and
looks forward to the opportunity return in the future.
If you see Steve around campus, please wish him a warm welcome to the Christian
Academy family!
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News From the Underground
#IMPACT
Long time since our last update and it’s for a good reason…we have been busy doing work! Since we
started back to school in August, we have been running two to three session a day. Our morning sessions
have been amazing and the boys/girls basketball and cheer team have been wonderful to work with. In the
afternoons we have been working with the baseball, softball, girls’ basketball and out track throwers who are
all getting ready for their up-coming seasons. Watch out for the baseball program the next few years…They
have had an average of 23 athletes training 4x a week! We have also been spending our Wednesday afternoons working with the Fall Sports teams from the Boys Soccer and Field Hockey programs. The work that
they have been putting in has helped them see a dramatic decrease in injuries this season.
So very proud of all the student athletes that make the extra sacrifice to train and get better, not just
for themselves but to make their teams better. Participating in the Sports Performance Program is not only
making them a better athlete its making them a better teammate and leader on and off the field/court.
Here is our schedule for 10/12 to 10/17
Monday –3:30pm Softball, Track and Girls Basketball
4:30pm Baseball
Tuesday – 3:30pm Baseball
4:30pm Softball, Girls Track and Girls Basketball
Wednesday – 3:30pm Boys Soccer, 4:14 Field Hockey
Thursday – 3:30pm Softball and Girls Track
4:30pm Baseball
Friday – 3:30pm Baseball
Saturday – Make Up Saturday
11am Male Athletes
12pm Female Athletes
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
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The CAL JV volleyball team had 2 big matches this week, one on Tuesday
against our sister school Christian Academy of Indiana and the other on
Thursday against a much stronger than usual opponent in Collins. On
Tuesday the Christian Academy JV team started out strong and played
strong all the way through with unforced errors kept to a minimum and
some extra hustle plays throughout the match. Solid passing from defense
(Macey Sloss, Rachel Woodward, Lucy Gilbert ), led by Isabel Clem’s
setting to the offense (Summer Frazee, Gracie Shadburne, Emily Amin,
Maddie Lewis, Olivia Altsman, Oliva Curran) kept Chr istian Academy of Louisville in control of the game and in the lead to an easy 2 set
victory for our Lady Centurions! On Thursday the JV Lady Centurions
faced a much improved Collins team from years past. The match started
with a fast paced offense from the middle from Collins which took the
CAL team by surprise. The CAL JV team stayed aggressive at the net to
keep the first set tight all the way through. But the scrappy play of Collins made it difficult for CAL
to finish points quickly leading to long rallies and some exciting volleyball to watch for the CAL fans.
Although the CAL JV team played well, Collins came out on top in the first set 18-21. Not giving in
easily, CAL came out strong in the second set with some well placed left handed hits from the right
side by Hannah Young. Isabel Clem was able to move the ball around well to the outsides Emily
Amin and Maddie Lewis for some kills and some well placed tips. The middle blocker s (Gracie
Shadburne and Summer Frazee) star ted keying in on some of Collins’ middle attacks which helped CAL secure the 2nd set victory. In the
3rd and final set, the scrappy play of the back row (Lucy Gilbert, Rachel
Woodward, Macey Sloss, Emily Amin, Maddie Lewis) kept the r allies
long and athletic. Isabel Clem continued her consistent setting with some
faster sets to the hitters proving to be effective for some kills. However,
despite the great effort by the CAL JV team, the Centurions fell short with
an 18-21 loss in the 3rd set.
Shout out to the CAL Freshman Volleyball Team (Olivia Altsman,
Emily Amin, Isabel Clem, Olivia Curran, Lucy Gilbert, Maddie Lewis, Gracie Shadburne and Rachel Woodward) for a great season and a
strong finish with a 3 set win against the very tough North Oldham
volleyball team on Thursday October 8th at North Oldham! Thanks
Coach Bill Smith for a fun season.
The CAL JV volleyball was not so fortunate facing 2 very strong teams
this week in Sacred Heart, whose Varsity program is currently ranked #1 in the state and a very tough
North Oldham squad. Although the Sacred Heart match was well played by both teams with some
nice rallies and competitive points showing that CAL can definitely play some higher level, faster
paced volleyball the CAL team lost in 2 sets. On Thursday the JV team couldn’t quite pull off a win
against the North Oldham JV team with a 21-9, 21-12 match loss. Please come out to see the JV team
in action and to cheer them on to a big week of wins this week in their final week of play at home on
Monday, Oct.12th and Tuesday, Oct 13th or at Holy Cross on Thursday Oct, 15th .
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This past week was the last of our regular season
play and the Lady Centurions delivered in a big
way! Tuesday afternoon the Lady Centurions
hosted the North Oldham Mustangs. Our offense
was on fire as most of the game was played on the
Mustangs end of the field. The Lady Centurion offense had 24 shots on goal
and six corners. Mac Mellen had her first ever hat trick scoring three of the
four goals, one of which was a penalty shot that was placed low in the left corner of the goal. Izzy Lytle also put a point on the board with solid shot in the
goal. The defense had some action during this game but with Sam Minrath
only having two saves it shows this was primarily an offensive game for the
Centurions. The game ended with CAL winning with a score of 4-0.
Thursday had the ladies traveling to Collegiate for an early afternoon game.
This game was all offense and most of the offensive line either put a point on
the board or had an assist. The Lady Centurions were not going to let up during this match and the game ended with us mercy ruling Collegiate with a score
of 10-0. The Centurions feel well prepared for the pumpkin tournament that
starts Monday, October 12, 2015 and the ladies first opponent will be Collegiate. The team is hoping for another solid win against this formidable opponent; however, no team should
ever be underestimated until the final buzzer sounds.
CHAMPIONSHIP BOUND
The girl’s 7th grade field
hockey team continued to
dazzle with their speed
and stick skills as they
took on KCD on Tuesday
evening in the Semi-final
game of the City Tournament. CAL took an early
lead and kept the goals coming throughout the game. Goals were
scored by Mollie Moses and Abby Lala with Claudia Thomas adding two of her own to make the final score 4-0 CAL. Assists were
made by Becca Kline and Claudia Thomas. The girls will take on
Meyzeek Middle school to defend their title on Wednesday evening
at 5:30 at Ballard High school. CAL 8th grade girls will play immediately after in their championship game. Come out and support
CAL field hockey and cheer both these teams on to VICTORY!!
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2013 CAL ALUM CHAD MEREDITH, GARNERS OVC CO-DEFENSIVE
PLAYER OF THE WEEK HONORS
Chad Meredith/Outside Linebacker
Southeast Missouri State Redhawks
Chad Meredith matched a career-high 10 tackles, added
two tackles for loss and posted three quarterback hurries
in a 27-10 victory over the Murray State Racers. He
helped key a defensive unit that held the high-octane
MSU offense to just one touchdown. He made one of the
most important defensive plays of the game when he
tackled Racers receiver Jeremy Harness for a 10-yard
loss on a reverse attempt on fourth down with 5 minutes,
17 seconds remaining. It was one of three fourth-down
stops for Redhawks.
Article posted on:
http://www.gosoutheast.com/news/2015/10/4/FB_1004152556.aspx
http://www.ovcsports.com/news/2015/10/4/FB_1004152029.aspx
CAL vs. OLDHAM CO.
The Scrambling Tennis Centurions brought their A game in a close rematch with Oldham County Middle
School. Several very close matches—including the final doubles match which was the one to decide the outcome for the whole team! The Centurions prevailed by a single point 8-7 and emerged with a victory for the
day.
Winning in singles: Kaden MacDonald and Ty Brown in his very first singles match!
Winning in doubles: Paul Hughes/Landon Wence and John Sabbak/Audrey Jennings. Great job team!
CAL vs. SOUTH OLDHAM
On a beautiful, perfect Fall afternoon under the watchful eye of their number one fan (Larry Wooldridge) the
Scrambling Centurions faced the talent heavy South Oldham team on Tuesday afternoon. The Centurions
bolted to an early lead and never let up, winning by a decisive 7 matches to one! Great job once again Team.
Winning in Singles: Jake Greene, Andy Greene, Luke Harvie, Kamryn Bradshaw.
Winning in Doubles: Paul Hughes/Landon Wence, Drew Kilner/John Sabbak, Jaren Underwood/Piper
Brizendine. Also, in a practice match, our own Gannon Travis teamed with a South Oldham partner and won
a set of doubles.
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8TH GRADE FOOTBALL WINS FIRST PLAYOFF GAME
On Saturday the 8th grade football team had their first playoff game in
Region 3 of the Kentucky Middle School Football Association Division
3 State Playoffs. Entering the tournament as a #2 seed, the Centurions
faced Lexington Christian Academy and took to the field focused and
ready to win and advance.
After a scoreless first quarter, an interception by Jacob Sutherland set up
a handoff from Grant Russell to Harrison Zimmerer that resulted in
CAL’s first 6 points. On CAL’s next possession Zimmerer ran in another
score and Russell’s pass to Luke Leeper was good for an additional two
points. Before the end of the first half Leeper caught a 60 yard pass from
Russell, and then caught Russell’s pass for the extra two points, putting
the score at 22-0.
LCA’s offense had no traction against the defensive efforts of Jake Taylor, Brandt Babin, Anthony Sabatino, John Young, Austin Coleman and
Henry Fetter. Russell’s pass to Sabatino in the third quarter put the
score at 28-0, and after an incredible run by Zimmerer to the 1 yard line,
Russell punched the ball in with 20 seconds left in the game. CAL left
the field victorious with a 34-0 win, and one step closer to a state championship. GO CAL!
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The 5th/6th Centurions took on the St. Stephen's bulldogs on Saturday. Quarterback Ben
Strong led the offense effort. The Centurions had great blocks from the offensive line.
Touchdowns were made by Conner Carr, Caleb Thompson, Gavin Willis, McKade Battcher, and Robert
Ehrenborg. Extra points were made by Baylor Hill, Ben Strong, Camden Peters, Caleb Thompson, and
Conner Carr.
Notable yards gained by Adam Ballard, Caleb Thompson, Camden Peters,
Conner Carr, Eli Thompson, Gavin Willis, Isaac Patrick, McKade Battcher,
and Robert Ehrenborg.
Andrew Dupps recovered a Bulldog fumble to put the Centurions in
good scoring position.
The defense held the Bulldogs to 6 points. The defense was led by
tackles from Aiden Hornback, Andrew Dupps, Baylor Hill, Conner
Carr, Christian Walker, Dylan Schwartz, Jacob Price and Matthew
Mauzy. The Centurions were victorious 37-6.
On Tuesday, the Centurions challenged the Fern Creek Tigers. The
team was led by quarterback Baylor Hill. The team had touchdowns by Eli Thompson and Camden Peters. Extra points were
made by Dylan Schwartz and Luke Snowden. Isaac Patrick had
two quarterback sacks.
Yards gained from Eli Patrick, Camden Peters, Isaac Patrick, Jake
Gregor, and McKade Battcher.
The Defense was led by tackles from Caden Halloway, Camden
Peters, Deuce DeBellis, Isaac Patrick, Jake Gregor, and Matthew
Reidy. Gunnar McKinley had a fumble recovery and Alex Wolfe broke up a Tiger pass.
The Centurions are undefeated and enter the LYFL Junior West Playoffs as the #1 team. The playoff
game is Oct 17th at Daniel Field in Shelbyville, Ky. Time TBD.
The team is #1 in the LYFL West Junior division and #1 in the National Prep & Youth Football Association Kentuckiana.
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The CAL Peewees jumped to an early 7-0 lead Saturday when Will Reddick snatched an interception from St. Stephens, setting up for a Collin Daniels touchdown and extra point. Conner Franklin
continued the defensive coup with two fumble recoveries. Will Reddick on the reverse zigzagged down the
field for the 1st down, followed by a Daniels touchdown and a Riley Wence extra point to put CAL up 14-0.
Bryson Hauser nabbed another fumble recovery to end the half, and Logan Ottman stripped one to begin the
third quarter. But St. Stephens began to claw back on three CAL fumbles and a long kickoff touchdown. An
interception cemented the St. Stephens lead, handing CAL the 25-14 loss.
The Mighty Mites wrapped up their regular season with a loss
to the St. Stephen Bulldogs Saturday morning at CAL. Sam
Bishop had an impressive 40 yard run, but the Centurions were
unable to put any points on the board. Notable tackles were
made by Jax Babin, McCabe Squires, Grayson Jeffries, and Ian
Waltrip. The team played with heart to the very end, but lost to
the Bulldogs 39-0.
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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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