Schedules

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JV Match, Mt. Juliet H.S.
Ford Ice Center Bellevue
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Friendship Christian School, Ravenwood High School
FRA
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Zion Christian Academy
Zion Christian Academy

Scores

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JV Game, University School of Nashville
Loss 14-15
vs.
JV Game, University School of Nashville
Win 26-21

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Bowling Recap
Angela Claxton

The FRA bowling team achieved their season goal of going 500 on their matches. In his first season as head coach, Bill Zepeda focused on working with current team members to improve their skills and also created a developmental team. For the kids that are not competing in matches, the developmental team provides an opportunity to get great practice and travel to every away match. This new team team is allowing our underclassmen get more experience than they have in previous years.

With the team only graduating one senior, they will look to be an even bigger threat next year. This season, individual play was a goal of the team, and winning head-to-head matches was crucial in the wins this season, which motivated each player to continually improve and compete at a high level. 

“This year we were really working on fundamental skills and building the program. I am really proud of the growth over the course of these last couple of months. With a young team, we're excited for what is come next season,” said Zepeda.

Middle School Girls Soccer Recap
Angela Claxton

The 5th and 6th girls soccer team had an exciting season, and the girls dug deep and gave it their all for every game. This team radiated energy, confidence, and enthusiasm each step of the way. Although this team only played four games, they out-scored their opponents 19-2, and multiple players scored hat tricks. 

Coach Wilbanks shares, “The 5/6 girls soccer team had an amazing start to the season! The team went 3-0 against Ensworth for the first two games and GCA for game three. I am so proud of every single girl that came out and worked hard in practice and in the games. I feel confident that we would’ve been hard to beat had our season continued. I look forward to seeing how this group of girl continues to improve throughout the FRA soccer program.”

The 5th and 6th girls soccer team had an exciting season, and the girls dug deep and gave it their all for every game. This team radiated energy, confidence, and enthusiasm each step of the way. Although this team only played four games, they out-scored their opponents 19-2, and multiple players scored hat tricks. 

Coach Wilbanks shares, “The 5th and 6th girls soccer team had an amazing start to the season! The team went 3-0 against Ensworth for the first two games and GCA for game three. I am so proud of every single girl that came out and worked hard in practice and in the games. I feel confident that we would’ve been hard to beat had our season continued. I look forward to seeing how this group of girl continues to improve throughout the FRA soccer program.”

 

Congratulations to our volleyball players who were named All-District and All-Region
Lindsey McAlister

Seniors Khalia Sanders, Jessie Huddleston, and Emily Gardner earned All-District honors, and both Gardner and Huddleston were named All-Region. Jesse Huddleston and Emily Gardner earned district awards for their play this season. The team will lose five impressive seniors so will look to build and grow in the off-season. Huge congratulations to this group of seniors and all that they have accomplished over these four years. Proud of the growth and leadership they showed both on the court and off.

Seniors Khalia Sanders, Jessie Huddleston, and Emily Gardner earned All-District honors, and both Gardner and Huddleston were named All-Region. Jesse Huddleston and Emily Gardner earned district awards for their play this season. The team will lose five impressive seniors so will look to build and grow in the off-season. Huge congratulations to this group of seniors and all that they have accomplished over these four years. Proud of the growth and leadership they showed both on the court and off.
 

 

Varsity Girls Soccer Season Recap
Lindsey McAlister
The FRA girls soccer team has once again advanced to a regional championship. Ending the season 6-4-2 with the last two wins the team was prepped and ready to roll into the championship. The run started with a 5-0 victory over Mt. Juliet Christian Academy in the region play in for the DII Class A Middle Region Soccer Tournament. The Panthers then secured their spot in the Region quarterfinals with a 5-0 second round win at Donelson Christian Academy. Unfortunately, this is where their run came to an end with a 5-0 loss against Christ Presbyterian Academy. Battle Ground Academy ended up being the eventual champions of the DII Class A Middle Region. This team will lose eight seniors this year, and will look to rely on some underclassmen to help carry the team in the upcoming years.

"This 2020 varsity girls soccer team was one for the books," Becky Knight, girls soccer head coach, said. "Their season was defined by perseverance and resilience. We started training back in June, not even knowing if we’d get to play a game with all that 2020 was bringing our way. The girls never stopped battling, never stopped loving, never stopped striving for excellence, and through it all, they remained insanely positive. I couldn’t have asked for a better group than this one! Our seniors lead well and set the bar high for our underclassmen. I am extremely excited about the future of this program! Integrity, courage, and excellence is what we strive for, and it’s my goal to see every girl graduate from the program living out those qualities. As coaches, we can’t wait for next year! Go Panthers!"

Panther volleyball advanced to the state playoffs
Lindsey McAlister
What a run for the panther volleyball team! The volleyball team advanced all the way to the State Championships falling to King’s Academy in the Elite 8 of the State Championships. The girls finished both district and region runner-up after they rolled to a 10-0 regular season district finish. This put them in the number two spot headed into the DII Class A Middle Region Finals. The Panthers defeated both Friendship Christian and Goodpasture Christian School (the eventual State Champion) to advance to the region championship at Battle Ground Academy. Here the Panthers fell short by a score of 2-3 in a fiercely contested championship match. In the State Championships the panthers took on St. Georges at home and handled them quickly in a 3-0 victory. After this victory the team eventually lost to King’s Academy next round.
 

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