KyleClem

Kyle Clem

About Kyle Clem

“Life is not a spectator sport.” -Jackie Robinson Kyle Clem, ‘21, plans on becoming an ESPN sports writer. Clem joined The Feather Online to fuse his passion for sports with an analytical point of view. He plans on learning from local sports announcer Paul Loeffler and Central Valley high school sports specialist Nick “Pagmeter” Papagni so he can discover more about this journalistic form of writing. Clem also plans to create a vlog and weekly sports show for the campus online newspaper. 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 and studying Buster Olney’s work on ESPN. He does this so he can learn to apply these lessons to his writing.

Tennis team defeats Caruthers, wins 2019 Valley championship

By |2019-08-20T09:21:23-07:00May 7th, 2019|Athletics, Home Feature 1, 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.

Scholastic Journalism Week comes to a close, Feb. 22

By |2019-04-08T08:19:14-07:00February 25th, 2019|Academics, Features|

The annual Scholastic Journalism Week has come to an end, and with it, one of the most action packed weeks of the year. With this year's theme of “Dedicated to Our Communities,” Feather staffers wrote articles that related to the social media tag of the day. In addition to these articles, the Feather staff put on lunchtime activities for the student body.

Remaining dedicated to community through service

By |2019-03-20T10:12:53-07:00February 18th, 2019|Features|

FC community shares aim to serve others through action One of the ways the students contribute to the community is through the annual FC Serve Day. Dedication to Our Community means many things to many people. This year, the Journalism Education Association chose this theme for their annual Scholastic Journalism Week. [...]

Cheer team prepares for FCC West Coast National Championships

By |2019-02-18T23:51:20-07:00February 1st, 2019|Athletics, Winter|

“So before next week we have to make sure that our timing and our execution is right on point,” Villines said. “The coaches and I have so much faith in this team and I believe without a shadow of a doubt that they’re going to come out strong. I’m extremely proud of them. We had a couple of wobbles but other than that I am extremely confident heading into next week's competition.”

Update: ‘Believe More Than Ever’ project

By |2019-02-08T17:00:33-07:00January 16th, 2019|News|

The Peoples Church (PC) mission statement, “Helping people see God and participate in His redemptive story,” describes why the church decided to begin an extensive building program on the 45-acre campus. The Believe More Than Ever project aims to create a new children's ministry building and relocate the GL Johnson chapel to face N. Cedar Ave.

Landon Goldsborough leads basketball team at center position

By |2019-02-10T17:16:07-07:00December 14th, 2018|Athletics, Profile, Winter|

As the 2018 FC basketball season begins, so does the final year of basketball for many seniors. One of these seniors, Landon Goldsborough, has played basketball ever since he was in the 4th grade. At this age, Goldsborough participated in an annual summer basketball camp.

International students celebrate with Christmas party

By |2019-02-10T17:15:52-07:00December 14th, 2018|Feature Podcast, News|

Program coordinator Brooke Stobbe expands student holiday cultural awareness The international students participated in a gift exchange after they finished their meal. In America, once the Christmas season rolls around, people all over the country begin to prepare for the upcoming holiday. At Fresno Christian, when students study abroad in America, [...]

Donn Rojeski reveals alternate side

By |2019-02-10T17:14:04-07:00December 4th, 2018|Academics, Features|

Vietnam War veteran impacts students through Bible classes Donn Rojeski served as a artillery fire director during the Vietnam War. Rojeski is pictured wearing his fatigues in 1968. After teaching at Fresno Christian for five years, Donn Rojeski has influenced several high school classes, in a position he originally believed wouldn’t [...]