Lady Knights Lax Extends Win Streak

The Lady Knights lacrosse team extended their win streak to five with victories over St. Cecilia, 12-6, and Webb, 10-9, last week. Amanda Amorese scored 5 goals to lead the Lady Knights over the Scarabs while Jenna Gillis picked up 2 goals and 3 assists followed by Camille Quaimpang with 2 goals. The Lady Knights squeaked past the Feet with help from Jenna Gillis with 4 goals, Maria Martini with 3 goals, Abby Gibala with 2 goals, and Shea McCarthy with 1 goal.



Track Team Wins Sam Smith Invitational

The men’s track team finished first overall at the Sam Smith Invitational at Whites Creek this past Saturday, while the women’s team placed 2nd.  The men’s team picked up a 1st place finish in the 4×200 relay and the women’s team picked up a first place finish in the 4×100 relay.  Keonna Chumbley placed 1st overall in the women’s 400 meter race.




Men’s Lax Ties Ravenwood

The Knights lacrosse team traveled to Ravenwood and tied an always-tough Raptor team, 7-7. Christian Underwood led the Knights with 3 goals and 3 assists followed by Kyle Winter with 2 goals.




Women’s Tennis Beats Merrol Hyde

Kathleen McLeod, Hannah Grubbs, and Xana Mayfield each won their singles matches to help propel the Lady Knights tennis team over Merrol Hyde, 5-2 last Wednesday. Earlier in the week, the Lady Knights fell to Ensworth, 0-7. The men’s team suffered two defeats last week falling to Ensworth, 0-7, and Merrol Hyde, 2-5. Luke Kroeger and Reilly Zahn picked up singles wins.  




Men’s Soccer Downs Lipscomb

The men’s soccer team picked up a much-needed regional win over Lipscomb, 4-0, last Thursday. Alonso Angel, Colton Franklin, Andrew Stringer, and Liam Altenbern provided the Knights’ offensive production with assists from Warner Buell, Noah Putman, and Andrew Stringer. Earlier in the week, the Knights fell to Brentwood Academy, 0-1.




Baseball Team Continues to Struggle

The youthful Knights baseball team continued to struggle in regional action falling to Father Ryan all three games, committing 14 errors and allowing 32 runs. Sawyer Watts led the Knights with 5 hits in the series.