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!
The Madison Academy Lady Knights won the Division 2 championship at the Andrews University Cardinal Classic Basketball Tournament. Later that night the boys varsity basketball team won the Division 2 championship. This is the 3rd year of the interscholastic athletic program at Madison Academy. Abigail Anderson was selected MVP on the girls side and Kelvin Del Valle was selected MVP on the boys side. You can watch the games on youtube.
The Madison Academy boys basketball team and the girls basketball team reached the championship game in the Andrews University Cardinal Basketball Tournament. You can watch live at 5:45pm CST for the girls championship game and 7:00pm CST for the guys. Both teams are playing in the Division 2 championship game. Mr. Johnson states, “It will be an all Knight game.”
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The final games of the regular season for the JV and varsity boys basketball as well as varsity girls teams are this week. Once done the varsity teams will go to Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan and participate in the Cardinal Classic Basketball Tournament. Click on the links to see how each team did and the results of the Tournament at AU.
The Madison Knights store is open until December 22, 2014. No orders will be filled until after the December 22nd deadline. Orders will be fulfilled and delivered (or shipped) on January 5, 2015. All products can be customized to include your respective sport and/or name. Sports will decorated below the MA logo; names will be decorated on the opposing chest. MA Dress code is still in effect, however, athletic polo’s can be worn on game day by players.
The Basketball season starts at Collegedale Academy on November 8 in the Jamboree for the boys and girls varsity and JV teams. Madison Academy will compete against teams from Greater Atlanta Adventist Academy, Georgia-Cumberland Academy and the host team Collegedale Academy. The games start at 6:30 EST. Scores from the Jamboree. – Boys Girls
|8:00||Madison Academy vs Collegedale Academy JV||Saturday|
|9:30||Madison Academy vs Greater Atlanta Adventist Academy||Saturday|
|9:30||Madison Academy vs Collegedale Academy V||Sunday|
|12:30||Madison Academy vs Georgia Cumberland Academy||Sunday|
|6:30||Madison Academy vs Collegedale Academy||Saturday|
|8:00||Madison Academy vs Greater Atlanta Adventist Academy||Saturday|
|9:30||Madison Academy vs Georgia Cumberland Academy||Sunday|
|11:00||Madison Academy vs Collegedale Academy JV||Sunday|
Our first ever online athletic store is open. The Madison Knights store is open until November 10, 2014. No orders will be filled until after the November 10th deadline. Orders will be fulfilled and delivered (or shipped) on November 24, 2014. All products can be customized to include your respective sport and/or name. Sports will decorated below the MA logo; names will be decorated on the opposing chest.
Store is no longer open.
The consolation match between Madison Academy and Legacy Charter (SC) was won by the Knights and will determine the teams final rankings of the teams playing in the tournament. The Madison Academy Knights Girls volleyball team was eliminated from the NACA tournament with a loss to Lexington, Kentucky CCAA B Cougars. Forty teams participated in the three day competition, Oct 29-31. Teams were placed in groups of four to determine divisions and seeding for the double elimination tournament. Our Knights were placed in Group B and played teams from Ashville North Carolina, Central Alabama, Pathway in Virginia. Based on the results of the games the team placed in the 4th Division and seeded 8th. The Lady Knights lost the first game in the bracket to #1 seeded Grace (FL) however the team ended its season with a win. The team travels home Friday to be greeted by family and friends.
The Girls volleyball team will compete in the National Association of Christian Athletes Volleyball tournament held in Dayton, Tennessee October 29-31. Forty high school girls volleyball teams from across the Mid-west, including teams from Shenandoah Valley Academy, Forest Lake Academy and Georgia Cumberland Academy as well as our Madison Academy Knights will compete to be this year’s champion. Here is a link to get up to date information. http://nacasports.net/?page_id=1184
Schedule of games