During an unprecedented time filled with fear and stress, mental health increases in value as communities strive to remain focused through panic and disappointment. In an age surrounded by instant news and digital headlines, levelheadedness allows individuals to endure the pandemic without added anxiety. The coronavirus outbreak is unlike any most Americans in 2020 have faced in their lifetimes. Widespread panic over a virus scientists are still studying and researching procures concern from many. Couple this with the unforeseen suspension of nearly all pro sports and the indefinite delay of on-campus schooling, Americans are encouraged to practice social distancing and wait for state and city updates.
From winning a Valley championship in May 2019 to acting as ASB student body president, Braden Bell, ‘20, has accomplished many victories throughout high school. Whether on the courts or in the classroom, Bell remains involved in nearly every aspect of his scholastic experience. However, despite athletic and academic success, his dreams of another championship may be derailed. Growing up, Bell participated in a myriad of athletics including t-ball, track, tennis, soccer and volleyball. As an active child, Bell grew up competing alongside his family at the Fig Garden Swim and Racquet Club. Here, he received the opportunity to explore a newfound passion.
The 2020 Fresno Christian Eagles softball team, are competing in the East Sierra League, under the leadership of head coach David Davila. The Eagles currently have a league record of 0-0 and overall record of 4-0. Softball box scores will be updated weekly after every game. For in game updates, follow and check The Feather [...]
The 2020 Fresno Christian Eagles baseball team, are competing in the East Sierra League, under the leadership of head coach Noah Heinz. The Eagles currently have a league record of 0-0 and overall record of 5-2. Baseball box scores will be updated weekly after every game. For in game updates, follow and check The Feather [...]
Eagles return to Selland Arena, bring home championship Sophomore Orion Tomlinson, center, led his team to its first Valley championship since 2012 with a win over Fowler, 76-73, Feb. 28. At the sound of the final buzzer, the student section erupted. The wait was finally over. Though it took nearly [...]
For the first time in nearly 20 years, the Fresno Christian girls soccer team finished the year as CIF Central Section Division V Valley Champions. The squad defeated Kerman High School, 2-1, Feb. 21, winning the first FC girls Valley championship since 2001.
Over the past 14 years, The Feather Online earned several awards and recognitions from both the CSPA and NSPA. Ever since the 2005-2006 school year, The Feather has earned 6 Pacemaker awards from the NSPA and 8 Gold Crowns from the CSPA. Along with these various accomplishments, The Feather earned the Best of Show Online Publication Small School award in the 2013 school year.
During a matchup against Kings Christian, a school record was shattered following an Eagles three-pointer by Bryson Graham, '21, Jan. 21. The junior made his tenth three-pointer of the evening, breaking the previous record of nine held by alumnus Tyler Breedlove, ‘16. Following this performance, Graham earned a nomination for The Fresno Bee winter sports Player of the Week, Jan. 20-25.
In a season that included broken records, countless upsets and a black cat on the New York field, the NFL’s centennial season reaches the climax. Super Bowl LIV kicks off from Miami, Florida in a matchup that features one of the best offenses and defenses in the league. The San Francisco 49ers square off against the Kansas City Chiefs, Feb. 2, in a potentially high scoring game.
As the beginning of the parade grew closer, people lined the streets, eagerly awaiting the 90th Annual Downtown Fresno Christmas Parade, Dec. 7. Participants of the parade donned looks of the past. These featured 80s style MC Hammer pants, 50s inspired pink poodle skirts and 70s era tie dye shirts. Vintage muscle cars decorated the street, performing hydraulics tricks for spectators, young and old