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The Charlotte Christian School Athletic Department is committed to develop Christ-like character among our student-athletes and encourage them to develop their God-given athletic abilities to their maximum potential. This will be accomplished through a program that emphasizes Christian character and conduct, achievement in athletics, leadership skills, and respect for teammates and opponents.

Student-athletes of the week

Week of March 5-18

Senior Zaliyah Emmanuel took second place in the shot put (29-05) and discus (73-06) in her first meet of the season. Those marks rank her #3 and #9 respectively in the state.

Junior Jackson Turner is 3-0 in singles with big wins over Christ School and Davidson Day. Jackson is also 2-1 in doubles partnering with junior Graham Cash.  

Week of Feb. 19-25

Senior Cate Darling was 2-3 at the plate with a single and a double and had two RBI in the scrimmage win against East Lincoln. 

Sophomore Beckett Vance had a total of eight goals and three assists in the team's two wins last week against South Lake Christian and Boiling Springs.  

Week of Feb. 12-18

Sophomore Kelsey Mayers broke her own school record in the 100 fly at the NCISAA state championship meet with a time of 58.37.

Junior Tre Wilfong pinned his opponent in the third period to win his third straight state championship at 167 lbs.  

Week of Feb. 5-11

Freshman Bella Eudy ran a season best time of 44.98 in the 300, was part of the 4x400 relay team that placed fourth and the 4x200 team that scored to help the CCS girls' team to a third place finish at the NC Runners Independent Schools Indoor Championship. 

Sophomore John Lash reached 1,000 points in the game against Charlotte Latin with more than 600 career rebounds. He is the youngest player in the school's history to achieve this accomplishment.

Week of Jan. 29 - Feb. 4

The Boys' 200 Medley Relay Team and the Girls' 200 Medley Relay Team broke school records at the CISAA conference meet last week. The girls' relay team set the new school record with a time of 1:56.27. The team consisted of Lauren Dickison, Kelsey Mayers, Cate Darling and Porter Barnhart. The boys' 200 medley relay team consisted of Maxon Brienza, Alex Joe, Tyler Wolff and Chase Melvin and broke the school record with a time of 1:47.72. 

Week of Jan. 22-28

Freshman Summer Shamp ran a personal best time of 46.89 in the 300 meter race, jumped 4' 6" in the high jump and was part of the 4x200 relay team that placed first at the Turn up the Heat meet.

Sophomore Aron Boykin threw a distance of 43' 1.50" at the Turn Up the Heat meet at Providence Day. This distance now ranks him #5 in the state for shot put. 

Week of Jan. 15-21

The Varsity Dance Team visited New York City this past weekend to participate in dance classes and receive instruction by professional dancers. The girls had an incredible time bonding as a team on this memorable trip.

Senior Gannon Caswell had two pins in varsity wrestling's recent match against Providence Day and Nation Ford. 

Week of Jan. 8-14

Senior Campbell Thompson had nine points, five rebounds, four assists, one steal and one charge in the game against Charlotte Country Day.

Junior Micah Gilbert scored 29 points, including four 3-pointers, and four rebounds, helping the Knights win their first conference game against Charlotte Country Day. This was Micah's first game of the season back from an injury.

Week of Dec. 21 - Jan. 7

Sophomore Ashlynn Miller won her section of the 500 in the Liberty High School Invitational. She ran a personal best time of 1:29.05 which is #6 in the state for independent schools.

Senior Mark Jacobs went 4-1 at the Porter Ridge Duals over the weekend, with all four wins coming by pin.

Week of Dec. 11-20

Senior Cate Darling swam a 50 free in 28.16, dropping close to four seconds from her time at the beginning of the season. Cate is the top Charlotte Christian female swimmer in the 50 free, is extremely dedicated and sets an incredible example as she leads the team well as team captain.  

Junior Nick Rosen leads the charge for the basketball team defensively. He consistently hustles, takes charges, guards the other team's best player and sets a great example for our players. Nick gives maximum effort all the time and it’s contagious.

Week of Dec. 4-10

Freshman Jane McAuley totaled 23 points, 38 rebounds, two steals, two assists and two blocks in the three games against Christ the King, Forsyth Country Day and Asheville School.

Junior Tyler Wolff placed first in both the 50 free and the 100 free with a new PR of 53.92 in the team's meet last week. Tyler was also a part of the 200 free relay team which finished in second place. 

Week of Nov. 27 - Dec. 3

Sophomore Nina Dominique placed first in both the 55m and 300m at the Liberty High School Opener indoor meet, setting two personal records with a time of 7.00 in the 55m and a 40.21 in the 300m. 

Sophomore John Lash had 32 points, 23 rebounds and two assists against Winston Salem Christian, and 29 points, 22 rebounds and four assists against Victory Christian. John tied the school record for rebounds in a game with 23 rebounds, currently held by Todd Fuller ('92). 

Week of Nov. 13-26

Junior Kayla Lee had 30 points, three rebounds, four assists and two steals in the game against Metrolina Christian.

Sophomore Maxon Brienza broke the 100 backstroke school record with a time of 56.42 and the 200 IM school record with a time of 2.04.62 in the first meet of the season against Cannon, Christ School and Latin. 

Week of Oct. 30 - Nov. 5

The Varsity Cheerleading Team had a 19 player squad this year, with 11 returning and eight new athletes. They kicked off the season with a summer camp at Charlotte Allstars and enjoyed a trip to Topsail, N.C. to cheer on the Knights. The team has improved week by week with more challenging stunts and pyramids paired with advanced tumbling and choreography for their half-time routines. 

Junior Ryan Henley had five catches for 125 yards in the win against Ravenscroft in the first round of the NCISAA state tournament. For the season Ryan has caught 35 passes for more than 400 yards and three touchdowns. He has also rushed 44 times for more than 400 yards and six touchdowns.

Week of Oct. 23-29

Freshman Chloe Scofield, the first varsity girls' golfer at CCS, shot an 81 and finished 14th in the girls' golf state championship. 

Senior Danny Stevens had eight tackles with two for a loss while batting down several pass attempts in varsity football's win over Country Day. 

Week of Oct. 16-22

Senior Anna Huge choreographed an entire routine that she taught the varsity cheer team to perform at the Homecoming pep rally.

Senior Grant Tucker had nine catches for 120 yards and three touchdowns to help lead the Knights to a Homecoming win against Christ School.

Week of Oct. 9-15

Sophomore Sophia Harris finished the regular season 8-1 in line 1 singles and 7-2 in doubles leading the Charlotte Christian Lady Knights to a great season. Sophia defeated all of the conference line 1 singles players in matches played this year!

Off the snap of junior Zach Zinger and hold of junior Ryan Henley, junior Tripp Woody kicked the 47 yard game-winning field goal as the time expired against Providence Day. The Knights defeated the Chargers, 38-37.

Week of Oct. 1-8

Freshman Kate Willette placed 2nd overall and ran a personal best with a 19:23 against Country Day, Providence Day and Covenant Day. Her time is the 3rd fastest in school history.

Junior Nick Rosen was instrumental in the huge conference win for the Knights over Cannon with a goal and an assist. He also led the team against Latin, scoring a free kick from outside the goal box. 

Week of Sept. 25 - Oct. 1

Senior Alyssa Blackson had 24 serves during the Covenant Day game, 14 straight to bring the team back into the game helping the Lady Knights win 3-1. She also had 30 setting attempts last week. 

The varsity boys' cross country team placed first in last week's meet, defeating Charlotte Country Day and Carmel Christian. This marks the first time the boys' team has won a meet since 1998.

Week of Sept. 18-24

Senior Kai Carter had 45 successful serve receives, five setting assists and 40 digs to help secure wins against Charlotte Latin and Country Day last week.

Junior Cameron White has been a solid presence defending the goal for the Knights. Over the course of the season, he has averaged 7.4 saves a game.

Week of Sept. 4-10

Freshman Anne Carlton was undefeated this week winning both line 1 doubles matches with partner Sophia Harris and winning both singles matches playing lines 2 and 1.

Sophomore Marshall Blakeney had an outstanding performance in the recent meet, sprinting the last 200 meters of the race to secure the top three overall spot against Cannon and Charlotte Country Day. 

Week of Aug. 28 - Sept. 3

Junior Lara Woodley has been the top CCS varsity female runner in the last two conference meets. Her hard work and consistency have vastly improved her endurance and speed since the start of the season. 

Senior Kyron Jones led the Knights to a big win this past Friday against 4A public school Cuthbertson. Kyron rushed 11 times for 271 yards and three TDs. Kyron also was a major contributor on defense as the Knights came away with a great road victory.

Week of Aug. 21-27

Senior captain Sarah Walker is now 2-0 in singles. In her opening match she played line 1 winning 6-0, 6-0 and won 6-1, 6-0 in her second match at line 3 to lead the Knights to two early season match wins.

Senior Cameron Estep helped the Knights offense explode against Southside Christian with more than 200 yards passing. Cameron also threw four touchdowns and rushed for two touchdowns in the win.


state championship athletics

2022 NCISAA Baseball State Champs

2022 NCISAA Softball State Champs

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