In the volleyball match last night at Madison Campus Elementary, the girls volleyball team lost to Pleasant View Christian School 3-0. The team record fell below .500 for the first time this season to 4-5. Their next game is an away game at Dayspring Academy starting at 5:00 pm.
Yesterday evening at the Madison Campus Elementary (MCE) gym the girl’s volleyball team lost to Hendersonville Christian Academy (HCA) 3-1. The overall team record is now 4-4. The next game is tonight at MCE, starting at 5 pm. Their opponent is Pleasant View Christian. In the first meeting between the two teams this season, the Lady Knights won that match.
In other MA Athletics news the cross country team participated in the Curry Ingram event. Both Ian Petersen and Jack Wheeler finished the race with their personal best times. Other MA runners had their best time for the season: Brock, Jake, Jonathan P, Kyle, Will, Devin, Marlana, Rosie and Holly. Here are the official results.
|Boys results||Team placement-4th place|
|Girls results||Need 4 runners to place|
In golf, our team competed with Pleasant View Christian and lost 164 to 152. Here are our teams scores.
|1. Josh Hardin||51|
|2. Parker Rufo||54|
|3. Andre Crayton||59|
In an afternoon away game the Madison Academy girls volleyball team competed against Davidson Academy and lost 3-0. This brings their overall record to 4-3. The next opponent is Hendersonville Christian Academy with the game being played at Madison Campus Elementary gym [MCE], Monday, September 12, at 5:30pm. On Tuesday the team plays Pleasant View Christian at 5:00pm in the MCE gym as well.
Yesterdays volleyball match between Madison Academy and the Lancaster Christian Academy was won by Madison Academy 3-1. LCA won the first game however MA came back to win the next three games. The varsity team’s overall record is 4-2. The next match is at Davidson Academy, Friday, September 9, at 3:30. The team is 1-1 in away games.
In other MA Athletics news the cross country team participated in the Curry Ingram Invitational. In unofficial results the girls finished in first place and the boys in third.
Yesterday, Madison Academy held its inaugural cross country meet on its campus and Madison Campus Elementary. Five schools participated in the event. Races were provided for every level: K-2, 3-4, middle school and high school. The youngest runners ran a distance of 1/2 mile. The next division ran one mile. The course length for the middle school is 1.5 miles and high school runners ran a 5K. The race course took runners just inside the MCE fence line and around the soccer field with the MS participants running two laps and the HS runners 4 laps each. Ian Petersen finished in first place in the high school race. Here are the official results.
|Boys results||Team placement-1st place|
|Girls results||Team placement-1st place|
In other MA Athletics news the freshmen girls volleyball team played two matches competing with teams from Father Ryan and Ensworth. Our girls lost both matches and our team is still looking for their first win.
Josh Hardin had a personal best score however the golf team lost to Meroll Hyde. Our record is now 1-2. Here are the results.
|1. Josh Hardin||51|
|2. Andre Crayton||60|
|3. Parker Rufo||63|
This week the golf team plays two matches. On Tuesday they play FRCS and on Thursday PVC. The cross country team has two events this week as well. On Monday they compete on the Curry Ingram course and on Thursday on our very own cross country course here on the campus of Madison Academy and Madison Campus Elementary. Varsity volleyball plays Tuesday at FRCS.
On Sunday, the girls volleyball hosted the Collegedale Academy team. Admission was free and there was a pancake breakfast for $5. The Varsity game was exciting to watch. Collegedale jumped out to a 2-0 games advantage. During the third game the momentum changed and the Knights rallied to win the next three games to win the match 3-2. The JV team lost 2-0.
For current schedules and scores of our teams go to http://knighthawksathletics.com/
On August 8-9, fourteen girls volleyball teams arrived on campus and competed in a preseason warmup. Here is a list of the schools that participated.
Christian Community, Collegedale Academy, Davidson Academy, Dayspring Academy, Franklin Classical, Hendersonville Christian, Lead Academy, Madison Academy varsity and jv, Middle TN Heat and Pleasant View varsity and jv.
For results of the Madison Academy teams go to www.knighthawksathetics.com
Parents, volunteers, staff and students came together to celebrate those students that in addition to academic work participated in one or more of Madison Academy’s interscholastic sports programs. Each athlete was awarded a participation medallion. Coaches Adams, Perkins, Ley and Canas along with Assistant coaches Sonja Underwood and Gabriel Ortiz presented trophies to the athletes they coached.
The two standouts in Cross country were Rosie Benoit and Ian Petersen. Nathan Johnson made the regionals cut on our swim team.
For the JV girls volleyball the Knight award went to Brianna Burks, the most improved to Julianne Plank, best defensive player Jordan R. Brown, best offensive player Camden Armstrong and MVP was Holly Hardin. For the varsity girls volleyball team the Knight award went to Christina Mercado, most improved Avery Kroll, Coaches awards to Brianna Underwood and Abigail Anderson with MVP hardware to Morgan Currie.
For the JV boys basketball the Knight award went to Zachary Levinskas, most improved to Jackson Webb, coaches award to Beau Rodrigquez and Joshua Hardin with MVP award going to Ian Petersen. For the varsity boys basketball team the Knight award was given to Ben Shepherd, most improved to Langston Martinez, coaches award went to Nathan Johnson and Tony Adalla with MVP going to Tyrell Gentle. The girls varsity basketball team also was recognized. The Knight award went to Julianne Plank, most improved Jordan Walker, coaches awards went to Sara Adalla, Brianna Underwood and Abigail Anderson with MVP honors awards to Morgan Currie.
Golf and tennis were new additions to the athletic mix this year at Madison Academy. Out top golf players were Kristina Levinskas and Joshua Hardin. In tennis the Knight award was given to Jackson Webb, the most improved to Osiris Garcia and Jackson Webb. The top performers were Camden Armstrong and Nathan Johnson.
In soccer the Knight award went to Moises Canas, most improved to Brianna Underwood and Jordan Kittles. The coaches awards went to Alex Watson, Cy Durias, Tyrell Gentle, Mike Downs and Morgan Currie with MVP honors awarded to Moises Canas
The athlete of the year are Morgan Currie and Tyrell Gentle.
The evening was enhanced even more with food and decorations organized by Mrs. Vicki Anderson.
Girls volleyball practice tryouts are this Sunday at 6pm. Volleyball Schedule Sun, May 8th: 6pm Tryouts Mon, May 9th 5pm, Practice Sun, May 15th 6pm, Practice If you have any questions please contact Coach Perkins at email@example.com , (210) 845-6445.
The National Association of Christian Athletes tournament concludes today. The varsity girls volleyball team was seeded 9th and won their first match against Heritage, TN., however #2 seeded Real Life handed the Lady Knights their first loss in the next round. Still alive in the double elimination tournament the Knights faced Chattanooga A. Madison lost both games, so the team finished its season. Looking back the team has much to be thankful for–the first ever winning season at 13-5.
The Madison Academy soccer team defeated Real Life 2-1 and advanced to the next round. Their opponent is Spring Valley Academy (SVA) and they are seeded at #7. Madison Academy was defeated by SVA 2-0 and by Grace 7-1. Hearing through the grapevine that our kids are enjoying the experience, especially the worships.
Abigail Anderson and Nathan Johnson were selected to the all tournament Division 3 team.
To keep track of the teams schedule and brackets go to the NACA site. For up to date scores go to the NACA Facebook page. They have the most up to date information and live-stream some of the events. For scores and stats of all the MA sports teams go to the combined Madison Academy and Madison Campus Elementary athletic website.