Soccer, Tennis and Golf teams played

In the soccer match yesterday competing with McGavok JV the Madison Academy varsity team won 4-1.  This brings their overall record to 2-2-2.  The next game is here at home against West Academy on Friday, April 8.  Game time is 4:30.

Also the school’s first golf match was played yesterday at Riverside Golf Course with Franklin Classical.  Joshua Hardin, Nathan Johnson, Donnie Underwood, Sean Moore, Lucas Monroe, Alex Overstreet and Zachary Levinskas all had matches.  On the girls side Kristin Levinskas and Parker Luellen played.  The event was shortened by the rain and thunderstorms that moved into the area.  Scoring was the top 4 scores for the first 5 holes played for boys (since a regular 9 holes was not completed).  Girl’s scores only had 4 holes counted as they did not finish the 5th hole.

Madison Academy Franklin Classical School
1.  Joshua Hardin 27 1.  Wilson 25
2.  Nathan Johnson 30 2.  George 31
3.  Sean Moore 31 3.  Cole 32
4.  Lucas Monroe 33 4.  Josh 33
5.  Donnie Underwood 34
6.  Zachary Levinskas 40
1.  Kirsten Levinskas 22 1.  Kris 22
2.  Parker Luellen 30 2.  Hannah 28

The tennis team lost to West Academy 4-1.

Aaron Academy wins soccer match

In the soccer match last night here at Madison Academy the team from Aaron Academy won 4-1.  That brings the overall MA Knights soccer record to 1-2-2.  The next game is on Thursday, April 7, and is an away game at McGavock.  We will be playing the JV team there.   Game time is 3:45.

Eight teams participate in All Night Basketball

On Saturday night and into Sunday morning eight basketball teams competed in the Madison Academy gym in the 2nd annual March Madness Tournament sponsored by the Athletics departments of Madison Academy and Madison Campus Elementary.  Coach Perkins team won the event.  A team formed from the Freshmen Class of 2019 wore pick in support of Mrs. Hamberger, Registrar.  She was diagnosed with breast cancer in February, had surgery in March and will undergo chemo and radiation treatments to eradicate all the cancer cells.  She was moved by the classes support.

Madison Academy soccer match ends in tie

In an away game with Mt. Juliet Christian Academy played the Madison Academy soccer team to a 4-4 tie.  The team’s overall record is now 1-1-2.  Their next game is tonight at 5:45pm here at Madison Academy. They will be competing with Aaron Academy.

Tennis team wins

The tennis team competed with McClain Christian Academy on Friday, April 2.  There were singles matches and doubles matches.  Madison Academy students won 8-2 of all the matches played.  The next tennis tournament is with West Academy this Thursday, April 7.

Drama team travels to White House

The drama team under the direction of Mr. DJ McKenzie traveled to the White House SDA church to perform for the members. Also in April the team will travel to Oasis SDA Church in Portland, TN and at the end of the month travel to Jackson, TN to share Jesus.