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Christian Academy of Louisville
March 30, 2015
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CAL Lacrosse Tops
Ballard Bruins 6-4
Friday night brought chilly temperatures and a visit from
the Ballard Bruins to Christian Academy HS Boys varsity
lacrosse team. Against Louisville area teams, the Centurions were undefeated this season in previous contests with
the South Oldham Dragons and the Manual Rams.
Track Teams Dominate Fern Creek
The Lady Centurions thoroughly dominated a dual meet with
Fern Creek, winning each of the 7 individual events and the 1
relay, in the abbreviated weekday meet.
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Varsity Boys Tennis Defeats Collegiate 4-1 (page 8)
Alexis Roberts Signs to Play Field
Hockey at Ohio Wesleyan University
Photos on pg. 7
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Snow flurries and cold winds seemed to
cool off what had been in earlier games a hot
Centurion offensive squad, but a great defensive effort
and 13 saves by Sophomore Goalie, Jacob Spencer
gave the offense time to find their legs and win the day
6-4.
Senior Attackman, Joe Zeiser posted a hat trick, leading
the scoring with four goals while Senior Attackman,
Jonathan Lytle fired in two more. Holton Durenberger,
Robert Donovan and Bryce Crawford all contributed to
the scoring, each posting assists to Zeiser and Lytle.
Centurion Defensemen and Midfielders worked well together to hold the Bruins to just 7 shots on goal in the
first two quarters with CAL going into halftime up 3-0. Opportunities helped Ballard find the goal three of
their four times in the second half drawing them into a tie late in the fourth period. Excellent transition and
off-ball movement by the Centurions in the closing minutes lead to the game's final two goals and slammed
the door on the visiting Bruins.
The Centurions next home opponent will be the Collegiate Titans tomorrow evening, Tuesday March 31.
Come out and support your Centurion lacrosse team!
CAL 12 vs BALLARD 2
It was a very cold evening with snow flurries when CAL JV LAX took on Ballard JV
LAX team. The game started at 7:27 PM and within the first 20 seconds CAL made
the first goal! By half time it was pretty evident that Ballard was no match for
the CAL JV Centurions with the score 12-2. The final score was 14-3 and always
praise be to God no one was injured.
Date
Monday, March 30, 2015
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Thursday, April 02, 2015
Saturday, April 04, 2015
Time
4:00PM
6:00PM
4:00PM
5:00PM
5:30PM
7:00PM
10:00AM
Sport
Boys Varsity Tennis
Boys Varsity Baseball
Girls Varsity Tennis
Boys Varsity Baseball
Girls Varsity Softball
Boys Varsity Lacrosse
Boys Varsity Baseball
Opponent
Iroquois High School
Glenbard West High School
Butler High School
Bullitt East High School
North Oldham High School
Louisville Collegiate School
Glenbard East High School
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Lilli Popovich led the way with wins in both
throws. Senior Callie Donaldson (triple jump), freshmen
Morgan McIntire (1600 meter run) & Madalyn O'Dea (long jump)
picked up individual event victories, then combined with Clara
Lynch to take the win in the 4x400 relay. Veteran Maya Wright
won the 200 and newcomer Juliana Sabbak won the 100 hurdles. The final team score was Christian Academy - 66, Fern
Creek - 4.
The boys team had a closer
battle, but still came out on top, outscoring Fern Creek 53-43. The Centurions won the meet in the 'technique' events - taking individual wins in
the 110 meter hurdles (Isaiah Ragland), shot put (Joel Shelton) and discus (Jed Clay).
LOUISVILLE TRACK & FIELD PREMIER CLASSIC
The Christian Academy track & field teams had great showings in terrible weather on Friday evening. The girls team placed 3rd out of 17
teams, while the boys team finished 4th of 16. With temperatures in the
30's and dropping and bitterly cold winds, the conditions were far from
optimal, in the meet co-hosted by Assumption and Collegiate. But the
Centurions didn't let the weather prevent them from having their best
meet of the season. As has
been the case all season, senior Lilli Popovich dominated the throws, handily winning both the
shot put and discus. Isaiah Ragland showed his hurdle prowess,
taking victory in the 110's and adding a 3rd in the 300. Milton
Wright came out on top in the long jump and then added an 8th
place in the 200 meter dash. Kenzie Stovall defended her high
jump title from last year's meet, matching her season's best of 4'
6". Senior Michael Good showed extreme versatility, scoring for
the Centurions in 4 different events - the 300 hurdles, triple jump
and as a member of
both the 4x800 & 4x400 relays. Similarly Clara Lynch, Madalyn
O'Dea and Callie Donaldson contributed in 3 places, with all
three being on both the 4x800 & 4x400 relays and then adding an
individual event placing - Clara 5th in the mile, Madalyn 5th in
the 400 and Callie 8th in the mile. Others scoring for the Centurions: Matthew Wine (high jump, 4x400), Joel Shelton (shot,
disc), Jacob Miller (triple jump, 4x400), Jessica Bozell (triple
jump, 4x400), Wes Wegert (110 hurdles), Jack Wegert (4x800)
and Jared Johnson (400).
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Do you golf or know someone who does?
CAL Athletics is hosting the...
2015 CAL Spring Golf Classic
Persimmon Ridge Golf Club
May 11, 2015
This is the CAL Athletic Dept’s ONLY fundraiser and
WE NEED YOU!!!!
● Sponsors
● Golfers
● Door Prizes
Call the Athletic Office 753-4580 or go online to
register! caschools.us/spring-golf-classic
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Congratulations to senior, Alexis Roberts, who
signed a letter of intent to play field hockey at Ohio
Wesleyan University. Roberts also made official visits for
field hockey to Centre College, Transylvania University and
Roanoke College.
“I chose Ohio Wesleyan because of its small class size, really
great involvement in the community, and highly ranked sports
teams with the opportunity to play field hockey. When I visited I also loved the team and coaches,” said Roberts.
Former CAL head field hockey coach, Jeremy Nelson, coached
Roberts for three of her four high school years and spoke of her
tremendous work ethic.
“It’s one thing to show up, but it’s another thing to put in the
effort. Alexis always gave 100%. The work she put forth is a
reflection of her faith. Our faith is what pushes us to work harder, and you can see that in Alexis. God has given her a wonderful talent and passion for this sport. I’m very excited to see her
hard work paying off in getting to play at the college level,” said Nelson.
“We are most thankful for the strong spiritual foundation that was built here at Christian Academy and with
our church family. That strong foundation will serve her well as she heads off to college,” said Alexis’ mother and CAL Assistant AD, Jennifer Roberts.
Alexis received the Academic All State award
for three years and was selected for this year’s
senior all-star game. She plans to major in exercise science or physical therapy and looks forward to playing for the Battling Bishops next
fall.
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LAST WEEK’S GAME SCORES
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
CAL 1
Male 6
Saturday, March 28, 2015
CAL 1
Trinity 4
CAL 1
Trinity 0
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CAL Men's Tennis team defeated Collegiate 4-1 on
Monday. Singles winners were Bryce Anvar and Sam
Stahl. Winners in doubles were Jacob Keylor/David
Parks and Camden Sloss/Casey Diamond. Other team
wins in doubles included John Purnell/Connor Steinmetz,
Grant Wright/Cooper Jordan, Clay Leddin/Eric Paar and
Noah Heacock/Scott Kubiak.
The CAL sweep of Butler included the following singles
winners, Sam Stahl, Jacob Keylor, and Chase Karlen.
Doubles winners were Cooper
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NEWS FROM THE UNDERGROUND
#ALLIN2015
This is the last week of training before spring break. This year is going by fast! We will have a schedule out
by Wednesday this week (check Facebook and Twitter) for training session during the break. We are excited
to have Girls Basketball and Field Hockey starting after Spring Break and we will be sending out an email to
players and parents of both teams to let everyone know the training plan and schedule later this week. If you
are traveling out of town for the break, I hope you have a safe trip and look forward to seeing you in April.
Schedule for training this week
Mornings 6:30am Sessions. All Session in The Underground unless noted
Monday: Softball / Girls Track Throwers
Tuesday: Boys Basketball
Wednesday: Softball / Girls Track Throwers
Thursday: Boys Basketball (In Blue Gym)
Friday: Good Friday – No Sessions
Afternoon Sessions. All Sessions in The Underground unless noted
Monday: 3:30pm Girls Track Throwers
5:00pm Football
Tuesday: 3:30pm Football
Wednesday: 3:30pm Baseball
Thursday 3:30pm Football
Friday: Good Friday – No Sessions
If you do not see your team listed, give me a call and we can set up a time for them or get a time scheduled
for your student athlete to train with a similar sport if their team is not training together at this time.
Remember you can keep up with any schedule changes on our Twitter feed @cfoundry or on our Facebook page – Centurion Sports Performance.
If you have any questions or want to take a tour of our facility and our Sports Performance Program,
please contact Coach Lile at (502) 457-6805 or [email protected]
It’s a Blessed and Great life! ~ Coach Lile
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LAST WEEK’S GAME SCORES
Monday, March 23, 2015
CAL 17
Doss 0
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
CAL 10
Bullitt Central 0
JV SOFTBALL WINS BIG OVER BULLITT CENTRAL
The CAL JV Softball team took the field against Bullitt Central last week in
their second game of the season. Loren Simpson struck out two Cougars in the
first, while the Centurions batted around, scoring 9 runs on several walks and a
single by Kayla Chapman, a double by Riley Sexton, a triple by Caroline Lefan,
and an in-the-park homerun by Simpson. The second inning was no different,
with two more strikeouts thrown by Simpson, and singles for Elizabeth Ashley,
Catie Kearfott, and Sam Thompson, and a triple for Simpson. The final score
was Bullitt Central 0 – CAL 15. Great game, ladies!
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The boys continued to play as a team, with everyone having a role and contributing to two wins last
week. On 3/23, they face Highland and pulled out a 7-2 victory. Jacob Dupps got the start on the
mound and pitched three no hit, scoreless innings, giving up only one walk and striking out six batters. He was relieved on the mound by Todd Crenshaw and making their first appearance on the
mound this year, Casey Brown and Greg Lile. The hot bat at the plate was Casey Brown who went 2
for 3 with 2 RBI’s and scored a run. The next day was a cold one and the team faced the first place
team from Newburg. Austin Richardson
started the game for CAL and pitched 2
scoreless innings before being relieved
by Charles/Joel Jessie who pitched another 2 scoreless innings while striking out 5
of the 7 hitters he faced. Jacob Dupps got
the scoring started with a hard hit single
that scored 2 runs. The game on Saturday was postponed due to the
cold temperatures and will be made up later in the season. The boys
have a goal of getting to the Middle School City Tournament at U of
L’s Jim Patterson Stadium and are committed to playing their role to
help the team #gettoPatterson!
This week the boys will get to play with the freshmen team at PRP on Monday at 6pm, Tuesday they face Crosby Middle at
Skyview Park at 7:45, Thursday they have a 5:30 game at Lyndon vs. Noe Middle and they will finish the week on Friday dressing
with the freshmen team to face Male High School at 5pm.
Week #2
It was looking as if Noe was going to shut the Centurions out last Monday, until
the 3rd inning. In the third inning, Trinity Ramey, Samantha Marshall, Macie
Howes, Rachel Burrows, Isabelle Rubsch, and Peri Tapp were able to get on base
and make it home to make the final score CAL 6 to Noe 12.
Our second game of the week on Tuesday was against Olmsted. The Centurion
pitcher, Samantha Marshall, started the 1st inning out strong and Olmsted got three
consecutive outs allowing the Centurions to come to bat quickly and begin to
score. Both the rain and Olmsted began to come back strong, but the Centurions
hung onto their lead and won the game 5-1.
There are two games before spring break. Mark your calendars and come out and cheer the girls on to a victory: Tuesday, March
31, 2015 (5:30pm at Valley Sports Field) and Thursday, April 2, 2015 (7:00pm at Lyndon Field).
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The 5/6 grade CAL BLUE
lacrosse team hosted the
Anchorage Anchors at
home on Tuesday. Dylan
Schwartz and Christian
Walker scored goals for the
Centurions. The team fell
short 2-7. Our next home
game is Tuesday (3/31).
CAL RED at 6:00pm. CAL BLUE at 7:15pm.
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CAL Athletic Department 502-244-3225 (0ffice) 502-244-3193 (fax)
Brad Morgan, Director of Athletics 244-3225 ext. 1072 [email protected]
Jennifer Roberts, Assistant AD, 244-3225, ext 1037 [email protected]
Cora Parker, Administrative Assistant 244-3225 ext. 1080 [email protected]
Stefan LeFors, Scheduling Coordinator, 244-3225 ext 1081 [email protected]
Hollie Foster, Sports Information/Centurion Armory ,244-3225 ext. 1054, [email protected]
Kate Meyer, Athletic Trainer, [email protected]
For CAL Sports Game and Practice Schedules visit: www.caschools.us/centurion-athletics
THE CENTURION ARMORY 753-4598
FALL SPORTS: HIGH SCHOOL
Cross Country-Lowery Stallings, [email protected]
Cheerleading-Misty Milby-Cochran, [email protected]
Field Hockey-Stanley Phulpagar, [email protected]
Football-Stefan LeFors, [email protected]
Golf Boys’-Greg Zimmerer, [email protected]
Golf Girls’- Ron Gustafason, [email protected]
Strength & Conditioning- Greg Lile, [email protected]
Soccer - Boys-Toby Wilcox, [email protected]
Soccer -Girls-John Zutt, [email protected]
Volleyball-Patty Ernst, [email protected]
MIDDLE SCHOOL:
Cross Country-Lowery Stallings, [email protected]
Cheerleading-Tracy Johnson, [email protected]
Field Hockey – David Ernst, [email protected]
Football - Danny McGee, [email protected]
Volleyball– Tracie Frist, [email protected]
Tennis Girls/Boys Rhonda Arnold, [email protected]
WINTER SPORTS: HIGH SCHOOL
Basketball (Boys) - Chad Carr, [email protected]
Basketball (Girls) - Jana Costner, [email protected]
Cheerleading, Misty Milby-Cochran, [email protected]
Strength & Conditioning- Greg Lile, [email protected]
Swimming, Amy Albiero, [email protected]
MIDDLE SCHOOL:
Basketball– (Boys) - Aaron Hill, [email protected]
Basketball (Girls) - Brian Karst, [email protected]
Cheerleading– Tracy Johnson, [email protected]
Swimming, Christine McMinn, [email protected]
SPRING SPORTS: High School
Baseball - Tim Brown, [email protected]
Softball- Kyle Mullin, [email protected]
Boys Lacrosse- Phil Brock, [email protected]
Girls Lacrosse– John Anderson, [email protected]
Strength & Conditioning- Greg Lile, [email protected]
Boys Tennis– Todd Hammonds, [email protected]
Girls Tennis- Jeff Mallory, [email protected]
Boys/Girls Track and Field- Lowery Stallings,
[email protected]
MIDDLE SCHOOL:
Baseball - Scott Wright, [email protected]
Softball – Eddie Franz, [email protected]
Boys Lacrosse– Claude Sutherland, [email protected]
Girls Lacrosse– Dave Ernst, [email protected]
Boys Golf – Steve Shafer, [email protected]
Girls Golf—Darcy Coombe, [email protected]
Boys Soccer– Brian Swanson, [email protected]
Girls Soccer- Joey Autry, [email protected]
Boys/Girls Track - Natalie Ball, [email protected]
Intramural Offerings: Grades K-5
Jennifer Roberts, Assistant AD, 244-3225, ext 1037
[email protected]
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