The Fresno Christian boys tennis team is determined to go deep in playoffs this season according to head coach Robert Foshee. Runners-up in the valley title last season, the Eagles look to return and successfully take the title this year. Last year the team went 9-3 in league play and 11-3 overall. FC Boys Tennis Box Scores [...]
The Fresno Christian softball team look to make a statement this year. Going 9-10 overall last season, the lady Eagles have put together a win streak and are heading into the new spring season undefeated. Coach David Davila returns to coach the team and looks to build on last year's experience. FC Softball Box Scores [...]
The dirt leveled out, bases set up and the line up in place. As the girls warm up their arms, they get into the zone to beat their opponent.The softball team finished 9-10 last season with plans to continue a winning season this year. Two seniors lead the team, Macie Thompson and Alina Davila as they both played softball in past years.
With the 2019 tennis season in full swing, senior Alex Rurik prepares for one final run at a valley championship. After falling one match short from the title a year ago, Rurik’s appetite for the title has exponentially increased. Rurik’s tennis career began in 7th grade. He participated because his friends were playing, and they helped him quickly become an excellent player.
The Fresno Christian Eagles had their first East Sierra League game on April 29 at Summit Charter. The Eagles came in with a record of 9-4, hungry for their first league victory. Sam Swearingen, ‘22, threw for seven innings with seven strikeouts and no hits allowed, giving the Eagles their first league win and with a no-hitter. Fresno Christian shut out the Summit Charter Bears, 22-0, on the road making a statement for the rest of the league to see.
As school season winds down and students get in the habit of kicking back and relaxing, some choose to rise above. Senior Bethany Pouliot starts her second year on the Fresno Christian track team and excels in both her abilities and strengths.
With the spring season almost reaching its halfway point, the varsity softball team has been on a hot start. They currently hold the record of 7-1, while playing mainly higher division schools.
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.
Current baseball players look to overtake school records This article is the third of the new series entitled “Sports Records”. For the last article, read Sports Records Series: Basketball. Follow The Feather for more articles in the series as they are published. As the diamond gets prepared, the baseball team gears up as their season heads into [...]
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.