Boys, girls soccer teams prepare for season Both Fresno Christian soccer teams come into the 2018 season after experiencing opposite results of their 2017 campaigns. While the girls soccer team reached the valley championship, the boys soccer team failed to win a league game. The upcoming season provides a clean slate for both teams to [...]
With spring just around the corner and news sports already underway, the campus Winter Sports Awards Banquet honored athletes who have already turned in their uniforms. The banquet recognized both varsity boys and girls soccer, varsity boys and girls basketball and JV boys basketball, March 5, in the Peoples Church gym.
Fresno Christian Varsity Cheer competes at Buchanan High School in the CIF cheer and dance competition, March 10. Fresno Christian competes at 2:16 p.m., but times are subject to slight changes. In division two, they will go head to head with Clovis West, Bullard, Clovis North, and Tulare Western.
After a successful season in league, the Eagles girls soccer team looked to be a favorite to win the Valley Championship as the No. 1 seend. The Lady Eagles showed their strength early in playoffs, defeating Riverdale and Parlier 4-3 and 3-1, respectively. However, the Eagles faced their toughest opponents for the championship game at home, Feb. 23.
Varsity girls basketball hosted the CIF Central Section Division V playoff game in the FC Gym, Feb. 21. The Eagles battled Central Valley Christian, losing the game 57-42. Although their season is over, the team made significant improvements throughout the year. Underclassman Kayla Vanderlinden, ‘20, says goodbye to her senior teammates. Despite the loss, she enjoyed the season with her team.
FC hosts Rosamond for a rematch from the 2017 playoffs The Eagles optimistically look ahead to the championship game, their first since 2015. For the first time since 2015, FCS girls soccer earned a championship home game in CIF Central Section Division VI, Feb. 23. Tonight's showdown against Rosamond High School [...]
Imagine you are waiting on a street corner and watch as an out-of-control car zooms past you and smashes into a light pole, causing another vehicle to run into it. Worried, you rush over to the wreckage, joined by two other people who saw the crash. Soon after, a policeman shows up and inquires what each person saw. All three witnesses, including you, report a different version of the story. Yet each individual reported correctly according to what they had seen.
Being part of a team means working together in every aspect, cooperating in order to advance the team. New players must pick up this skill quickly, looking to long term players for guidance. Seniors Roman Endicott and Tyler Villines take this role in stride, using their friendship to connect on the field.
Although the winter seems all but over here in California, the Winter Olympics in South Korea are in full swing. Americans across the nation are pulling for their favorite athletes and teams to come out victorious on the podium. From figure skating to ice hockey, curling to snowboarding, the Winter Olympics connect people from all backgrounds. Students share their favorite Winter Olympic sports and what they enjoy about the 2018 Olympics.
The boys basketball team is entering another season of playoffs. Being the No. 13 seed in the CIF Central Section Division VI playoffs, they play No. 4-seed Sierra High School. The game is in Tollhouse and starts at 7 p.m.