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.

Golf box scores 2019

By |2019-03-15T10:39:01-07:00March 14th, 2019|Athletics, Spring|

The Fresno Christian golf team prepare to take it to the course and demonstrate their abilities and talents. Coach Brent Deffenbacher returns to instruct the now co-ed squad.  FC Gold Box Scores 2019 by Richie Cortez For more on campus spring athletics, visit the 2019 baseball, softball and boys tennis box scores. For more on [...]

Coach returns to lead team, looks to expand golf season

By |2019-03-05T15:23:15-07:00March 5th, 2019|Athletics, Home Feature 2, Spring|

With baseball, tennis, softball and track and field season all underway, there is one sport who does not practice on campus but has also started. The FC varsity golf team prepares for their upcoming season under coach Brent Deffenbacher.

Promo: Boys tennis starts up season practice

By |2019-03-20T10:10:45-07:00February 13th, 2019|Athletics, Promo, Spring|

After a disappointing loss in the CIF Central Section Division V Valley Championship, finishing the 2018 season for the boys tennis team, the players prepares to make another run at a Valley championship. The varsity team starts practice this week to begin the season, Feb. 12.

San Joaquin River Parkway encourages community involvement

By |2018-11-12T17:40:00-07:00May 23rd, 2018|Features, Spring|

The San Joaquin River has been inhabited for thousands of years as early Native Americans settled in the Central Valley area. In the late 18th century, waves of explorers and settlers journeyed through the Valley, especially fueled by the Gold Rush in the mid 1800s. One of California’s longest, the San Joaquin River meanders for 366 miles, starting in the Sierra Nevada and eventually feeding into the San Francisco Bay. Presently, the river acts as a critical source of irrigation for the heavy agricultural production the Central Valley boasts. In addition, it is an expansive wildlife corridor, important to the environment and economy alike.

BREAKING: Boys tennis hosts D-V Valley Championship vs Liberty Madera Ranchos, May 15

By |2018-11-07T11:01:44-07:00May 15th, 2018|Athletics, News, Spring|

After defeating Caruthers High School, the Fresno Christian boys tennis team will host Liberty High School for the CIF Central Section Division V Valley Championship, May 15, at 2:30. The final match in a 11-3 season, the upcoming championship will be the first time the Eagles have reached Valley Championships since 2003.

RECAP: Spring Sports Awards 2018

By |2018-11-07T11:02:19-07:00May 11th, 2018|Athletics, Spring|

Players, coaches honored for efforts Seniors Tyler Villines (left) and Cayla Rivas received the Senior Athlete of the Year awards at the Spring Sports Awards night, May 7, For the last time this school year, parents and athletes congregated in the Peoples Church gym to give out awards and recognition for [...]

BREAKING: Doubles team wins WSL Individual tennis championship

By |2019-02-07T13:19:23-07:00April 25th, 2018|Athletics, News, Spring|

Senior Jaden Ventura and junior Alexander Rurik took first place in the WSL indivdual doubles tournament at Copper River, April 24. As the No. 2 seed, the duo held a first round bye. After defeating Riverdale HS 8-2 in the second round, Rurik and Ventura were set to play Fowler in the semifinals. After quickly falling 1-5 in the first set to six, the duo found their rhymth and brought the first set close, eventually falling 4-6. The second set moved speedily, FC winning 6-2, which lead to a supertiebreaker. 

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