Kyle Clem

About Kyle Clem

After joining The Feather Online his sophomore year, Kyle Clem, ‘21, continues to improve his ability to write, network and develop interview ability. After graduation, Clem plans to pursue a career in engineering. In his second year on The Feather, Clem looks forward to the opportunity to apply these lessons and uncover the stories of those around him. He hopes to become an advocate for storytelling in his high school community and beyond. He volunteers his free time through the FC campus club, Brother to Brother, by mentoring junior high students. In his personal time, Clem enjoys playing varsity tennis for his school’s championship team and studying the work of other local journalists to apply to his own writing. “It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.” - Walt Disney

FC homecoming theme highlights board games, poses new challenge

By |2019-10-01T14:30:20-07:00September 30th, 2019|Features, Home Feature 1|

For the past 7,000 years, board games have captivated the world and united mankind with a innate urge for competition. This year, FC chose the theme of board games for homecoming festivities.

FC welcomes families to 28th annual Grandparents Day

By |2019-09-24T12:10:19-07:00September 23rd, 2019|Feature Podcast, News, Top 5|

Grandparents roam the campus as students and staff welcome seniors to the 28th annual FC Grandparents Day, Sept. 20. Each year, Grandparents Day provides a chance for families to spend time with each other and observe students' daily routine in the classroom. This tradition offers Fresno Christian an opportunity to show gratitude toward their guests and thank them for the role they play in students’ lives.

Blog: Fantasy football talk, week No. 2

By |2019-09-26T13:02:46-07:00September 20th, 2019|Athletics, Blog, Fall, Home Feature 2|

Following the massive headlines created during week two of the NFL season, Kyle Clem, '21, talked with juniors Carston Saelzler and Bryson Graham about their thoughts from the week, Sept. 17. Among the various high-profile headlines around the league, one of the most anticipated moments came that morning.

Blog: Fantasy football talk, week No. 1

By |2019-09-26T13:06:29-07:00September 9th, 2019|Athletics, Blog, Fall, Feature Blog|

With week one of the 2019 NFL season starting this past weekend, Kyle Clem sat down to talk with juniors Carston Saelzler and Bryson Graham about Sunday’s game, Sept. 9. The weekend’s headlines spotlighted the rising drama surrounding Antonio Brown’s impromptu release from the Oakland Raiders at his request. Following the release, the New England Patriots took a chance on Brown and signed him to a one year contract worth up to $15 million with a $9 million signing bonus, Sep. 7. 

Jayna Roseno leads tennis team via encouragement, work ethic

By |2019-09-14T01:21:38-07:00September 9th, 2019|Athletics, Fall, Feature Podcast, Profile, Top 5|

A summer afternoon goes by on the Fresno Christian tennis courts. While under the Fresno sun, the doubles tandem of Jayna Roseno, ‘20, and Hannah Villines, ‘21, begin the next game of their match. Roseno stepped up to the service line and widened her stance. She lobbed the ball in the air and pounded it toward the opposing service square. Just as it neared the square, the green sphere collided with the back of Villines' head. This moment remains one of Roseno’s favorites from her years on the tennis team.

Tennis team defeats Caruthers, wins 2019 Valley championship

By |2019-09-15T16:48:35-07:00May 7th, 2019|Athletics, Spring|

Cheering crowds followed the team as they sprinted onto the tennis courts. Hugs and cries of “Let’s go!” signified the crowning of the Fresno Christian Eagles as 2019 Valley champions. The seniors on the squad finished their career as winners and avenged their loss from the previous season. With a final score of 5-4, the FC tennis team clinched the Valley title against the Caruthers Blue Raiders, May 7. This is the first boys title since 2000. The previous team to win, led by coach Allen Tong, won five titles in seven years, first in 1994, then a four-year stretch from 1997-2000. This period of winning became known around campus as the “Tong Dynasty".

Brown leads tennis team toward Valley championship

By |2019-04-11T10:42:12-07:00March 29th, 2019|Athletics, Profile, Spring|

As the days grow warmer and the tennis season reaches its midpoint, Reese Brown, ‘19, continues to lead the campus team towards playoffs in his final chance at winning a championship. With the leadership of four other seniors on the team and a young core with playoff experience, Brown now believes that the team is capable of winning it all this year.

John Monke prepares for final run at tennis Valley title

By |2019-03-14T13:05:53-07:00March 14th, 2019|Athletics, Home Feature 2, Profile, Spring|

With the 2019 tennis season beginning, senior John Monke prepares for one final run at a Valley championship. After coming one match away from the title a year ago, Monke aims to avenge this loss and complete his senior season with a Valley title.