The Panthers put on a show at the TSSAA Track and Field State Championships, which were held in Murfreesboro. Alexander Gales, Campbell Carroll, and Eric Stoxstill-Diggs were recently crowned state champions in their individual events, 19 members of the team medaled, and the boys team was the state runner up.
In its inaugural season, the FRA girls lacrosse team captured its first win in program history with a 12-7 victory over Harpeth High School on Tuesday. Coach Callahan Kent said about the win, "On defense, the girls stayed in man-to-man, won the majority of the ground balls, and improved on the communication as the game went on, and on offense, they passed with precision and power around the 8 meter. They worked so hard, and I am so proud of everything they have accomplished so far this season."
The varsity girls basketball team finished its season as TSSAA Division II Class A State Runner Up and a 27-5 overall record after falling to the Webb School of Knoxville 55-42 in Saturday's championship game.
The varsity girls basketball team will play in the TSSAA Division II Class A State Championship after defeating University School of Jackson 53-48 on Thursday. The Panthers were led by eighth grader Kennedy Cambridge, who had 16 points, seven rebounds, and four assists. Freshman Iris Heldman added 14 points, including four three-pointers.
The varsity girls basketball team defeated CPA 41-26 to win the TSSAA Division II Class A Middle Region Championship. The Panthers were led by sophomore Zharia Hutchinson, who had 17 points. Eighth grader Kennedy Cambridge added nine in the victory.
Hutchinson, Cambridge, and senior Jesse Heldman were named to the All-Region Team, with Hutchinson being named MVP.
Congratulations to the Tymon Mitchell, Drew White, and Ethan Rhoden for a strong showing in the TSSAA State Wrestling Championships on Saturday. Mitchell finished third in the 285-pound division; White finished sixth in the 145-pound weight class; and Rhoden finished sixth in the 106-pound division.
The middle school wrestling team had a strong showing in the recent HVAC tournament.
Thatcher Frankfather, an FRA eighth grader, finished his undefeated wrestling season with the HVAC wrestling championship. In the 122-pound weight class, Frankfather pinned all of his opponents within the first period of every match, and he was named Outstanding Wrestler of the tournament by the coaches.