Girls Volleyball season starts today

The Lady Knights take on McClain Christian Academy in the first away game of the season starting at 4:30pm.  For a schedule of games go to our  sports calendar or download it there to your computer, tablet or phone.  Previously at the beginning of the month during the Play Days our both varsity and jv played at or above .500.  Thursday is a home game at with MA playing Pleasant View Christian starting at 5:30pm.  See the schedules and results of the games here and on MaxPrep or MA/MCE Athletics.

 

Schedule & Results
Date Time Opponent
08.03.2015 3:00pm Pleasant View JV W MAP
08.04.2015 12:00pm Christian Community High School W MAP
08.04.2015 2:00pm Hendersonville Christian Academy L MAP
08.04.2015 3:00pm Collegedale Academy L MAP
08.04.2015 8:00pm Christian Community High School T MAP
08.11.2015 4:30pm @ McClain Christian W MAP
08.13.2015 5:30pm Pleasant View Christian L MAP
08.18.2015 5:30pm Franklin Road Christian
 L MAP
08.24.2015 6:30pm Franklin Christian Academy  W MAP
08.27.2015 6:00pm Hendersonville Christian Academy  W MAP
08.31.2015 6:30pm @ Franklin Christian Academy  L MAP
09.03.2015 5:30pm Lighthouse Christian High School  W MAP
09.08.2015 5:30pm @ Pleasant View Christian  L MAP
09.15.2015 6:00pm @ Lancaster Christian Academy  W MAP
09.17.2015 6:30pm Middle TN Heat  W MAP
09.22.2015 5:30pm @ Lighthouse Christian High School  W MAP
09.27.2015 1:00pm Georgia Cumberland Academy  W MAP
09.28.2015 4:30pm McClain Christian  W MAP
10.20.2015 6:00pm Lancaster Christian Academy MAP
10.28.2015 TBA @ NACA Tournament
10.29.2015 TBA @ NACA Tournament
10.30.2015 TBA @ NACA Tournament

Teachers prepare for the first day of school.

Faculty and staff at Madison Academy finished its annual pre-session and are ready for school to start Tuesday, August 11.  The entire MA team met and reviewed responsibilities, policies, and the calendar.  Then later in the day team members moved to help with the Volleyball Play Day.  Coach Adams expressed appreciation for all the community members, alumni and MA staff for volunteering their time to help with concessions, score keepers, and gate personnel. It is a great way to get involved with the school.  The team got an overview of the technology  upgrades and products that will be available for teachers in their classrooms and new mini iPads students will use. In addition, a new program called Naviance was highlighted that helps students prepare for the ACT and college. Safety and first aid procedures were reviewed.  Again this year the faculty were divided into Professional Learning Communities (PLC): Humanities, Athletics, Math & Science and Fine Arts and reviewed academic goals and planned initiatives.

Pre-session is about meetings but there was fun time built into the schedule as well.  Miss Laren Brooks, Southern Adventist University representative, took time out of her schedule to meet with the MA team for lunch at Olive Garden.  We are grateful for time and energy Miss Brooks devotes to our students and exploring college options with them. The Madison Academy team along with the Madison Campus Elementary team ate brunch together in the chapel and then shared together thoughts about the upcoming school year.  The Fuentes family invited the MA team to their home to swim, eat and worship together to begin the Sabbath. On Sunday, an invitation was extended to the MA team including the Student Association officers to enjoy a Sounds baseball game.

The Madison Academy team is excited about the new school year and looks forward to interacting with all the students.

Results of the final day of the Volleyball Play Days

The Lady Knights combined to play ten matches on the final Volleyball play day.  Here are the varsity results.

Christian Community
19
25
5
Madison Academy
25
23
9

 

Hendersonville Christian Academy
26
25
4
Madison Academy
28
22
2

 

Collegedale Academy
25
25
9
Madison Academy
17
19
8

 

In a rematch with Christian Community the results are:

Christian Community
25
23
Madison Academy
17
25

 

Pleasant View JV
25
8
13
Madison Academy
14
25
16

 

The JV also played and here are the results:

Christian Community JV v Madison Academy JV:  MAJV lost both games of the match.

Franklin Christian Academy JV
20
20
Madison Academy JV
25
25

Franklin Christian Academy v Madison Academy JV.  MAJV lost both games of the match.

 

 

Lead Academy JV
23
20
Madison Academy JV
25
25

 

Pleasant View Christian JV
25
20
Madison Academy JV
20
25

 

Results of first Volleyball Play Day

The Madison Academy Volleyball Play Day concludes today.  The schedule was modified and teams will start competing at 12 noon today.  The format is for teams to play 50 minutes without stop time.  Teams were able to play two matches to 25 points and start a third before the time expires.  The lady Knights performed well.  Here are the box scores.

Lead Academy JV
23
20
Madison Academy
25
25

 

Pleasant View JV
25
8
13
Madison Academy
14
25
16

These games are like football scrimmages where players can work on their skills in a game situation.

Games today start at 12 noon at Madison Academy and 2pm at Madison Campus Elementary.  The Varsity team plays at noon, 2pm, 3pm and 8pm(MCE).  The JV team plays at 1pm, 2pm(MCE), 5pm and 7pm.  Here is a revised schedule for today’s matches. Admission is $5 for adults and $2 for children 6 and older.  Concessions are available at both gymnasiums.

Madison Academy Play Day starts today

Today starts the 3rd Annual Volleyball Play Day.  Volleyball teams use this experience as a preseason warmup.  There are 12 teams competing.  Come and enjoy the fun.  Games will be played both in the Madison Academy and Madison Campus Elementary gyms.  Our varsity team starts in a match with Pleasant View junior varsity in the MA gym at 3pm and then moves to MCE at 6pm for a match with Lead Academy junior varsity.  The Knights junior varsity team plays at 8pm at MCE against  the Lead Academy junior varsity team. Admission for each day is $5 a person, $2 for children 6 or older. Concessions will be offered throughout this event. Here is a link to the entire schedule of games.

Madison Academy hosts Volleyball Play Day

Madison Academy hosts its 3rd Annual Volleyball Play Day August 3rd, 3-8pm and 4th, 2-8pm.  This year this event will be played in the Madison Academy gym and the Madison Campus Elementary Gym.  Twelve teams are participating this year and include Madison Academy varsity and jv, Pleasant View varsity and jv, LEAD Academy varsity and jv, Middle TN Heat, Hendersonville Christian, Franklin Classical, Collegedale Academy, and Franklin Christian Academy varsity and jv.  The cost of admission each day is $5 a person, $2 for children 6 or older.  Concessions will be offered throughout this event.  Here is link to the schedule of games.

Night for Knights Athletic Awards Banquet

Madison Academy invites you to the annual Night of Knights Athletic Awards Banquet on Sunday, May 3 at 5 PM in the Madison Campus Church Fellowship Hall (607 Larkin Springs in Madison).  Rod Reed, TSU’s Head Football Coach will be our guest speaker, followed by an award ceremony for our athletes.  Tickets for the dinner and program are $25/person.  Proceeds support the Athletic Department.  Purchase your tickets online at MadisonAcademy.com or call 615.865.4055 to reserve them.

Night for the Knights

March Madness All Night Basketball Tournament

Madison Academy’s Athletic Department is hosting March Madness All Night Basketball Tournament on March 28 beginning at 7:30 PM (Captains meeting at 7:15 PM).  Teams must have 2 ladies on the court at all time.  Cost: $10/player.  Sign up by emailing aadams@MadisonAcademy.com or call 615.878.9769

March Madness All Night Basketball Tournament flyer

Soccer season begins

The Madison Academy co-ed soccer team started its season with a 6-0 win over Lancaster.  Follow the team here with this link.

soccer team 2015

Swim Coach of the Year

Dan Johnson was awarded Coach of the Year for Division I in Middle TN by the Tennessee Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association.  He has been coaching a co-op swim team including Madison Academy, Merrol Hyde Magnet School, and Station Camp High School for four years.  This year’s team won the Division I title and has a state champion in two events. Congratulations Mr. Johnson!