Madison splits games with Hendersonville Christian Academy

Last night the Lady Knights came back to win their game 28-27.  The team record is now 2-1.  In the late game the Knights lost to HCA 58-64.  The boys team record is now 1-2.  The boys jv team played and won 44-32. Their team is now 1-1 so far this season.

The next game is a home game rematch with Hendersonville Christian Academy.  The boys game starts at 5:30pm and the girls game starts at 7:00pm.  The boys JV plays at 4:30pm.

Varsity Boys and Girls both win basketball games

Last night the Madison Academy Knights defeated the Pleasant View Christian Warriors in overtime 54-53.  The game started slowly with the both teams scoring a total of 12 points [MA4, PVC8] in the first quarter. The Warriors increased their lead by half time.  In the second half the Knights caught on fire and outscored PVC 18-6 in the third quarter lead by senior Josh Mixon.  The final minutes of the game were intense as both teams stayed within two points of each other.  The game ended tied at 44.  In the overtime period, Josh Mixon sealed the win by making the second of two free-throws to give the Knights a four point lead.  PVC continued to play hard and made a three point basket at the close of overtime. For statistics of the game go to MaxPrep.

The Lady Knights played the late game and defeated the Lady Warriors 51-41.  The Lady Knights started the scoring and lead the entire game.  Morgan Currie was the high scorer with 24 points.

MA Athletics showed it support of the school “CAN HUNGER WEEK” by asking for donations of canned goods in stead of a gate entrance fee.  Alex Adams, Athletic Director, appreciated the willingness of the Pleasant View community to participate in this way.  Over 100 items were donated.

Both teams are now even at 1-1.  The next game is an away game at Hendersonville Christian Academy.  The girls game starts at 5:30 pm and the boys at 7:00 pm.  We did not play Hendersonville Christian Academy last year.

MA Athletics fundraising for HVAC system


We have new HVAC units that have the adequate capacity to cool and heat our gym, but sadly we do not have adequate air circulation. In order to complete HVAC system, we need to install an air duct sock system in the gym.

A contractor has generously agreed to do this program at cost, but we need your help to raise $10,000!

What is an air duct sock system?

It is a long fabric tube (hence sock) that helps disperse and circulate air in large buildings.

Why does Madison Academy need one if we have a new thermostat?

While our heating and cooling system is not made to cool/heat and circulate the air in our giant gym. Not only do our sports teams use our gym to practice, but we have churches who utilize our gym, we hold events like graduation and festivals there, host church league games, and have summer sports camps for the community. Tennessee is hot and humid most of the year, and unless the air conditioning is circulated throughout the gym it keeps the inside muggy.

How much will this cost?

Thanks to a contractor who will install the sock at cost it will simply cost of $10,000 to buy and install.

How can I help?

By donating and spreading the word. You can donate a fixed amount by clicking the button. You can also come support our teams by coming to their home games, donating concession items, or joining our Booster club.

Aaron Academy wins games at Madison

Last night at the Madison Campus Elementary school gym the Royals of Aaron Academy, both the girls and the boys, won their basketball games.  In the girls game, the Royals went wire to wire finishing the evening with 43 points.  The Lady Knights scored 32 points and began the regular season 0-1.

In the boys game, the Knights built an early lead and held on to it during the first half.  The Royals made some halftime adjustments and took the lead in the 3rd quarter.  The score was close through the end of the game.  In the last minute, the Royals pulled away making free throws and baskets to finish 51-41.  The Knights lose their opening game but hope to bounce back and start a winning streak.

The next game is Tuesday, November 15th at Madison Academy gym.  The girl’s varsity game starts at 7:30 pm, boys varsity at 6:00 pm, boys Freshmen team at 5:00 pm, the girls Freshmen team TBA.  Their opponent is Pleasant View Christian.  Last year both the girls and boys team won their home games against PVC.

Basketball pre-season starts with Jamboree

Mrs. Fuentes announced today in chapel that the boys team finished in 3rd place overall and the girls team finished 2nd.  The Jamboree at Collegedale Academy hosts several teams over a weekend and teams play in the Collegedale Academy gym.  Two games are played Saturday night and another two games are played on Sunday morning. This year the Jamboree included Collegedale varsity and jv teams, Madison Academy varsity and Georgia Cumberland Academy varsity.

The girls team won three games and played in the championship however they lost to Collegedale girls varsity.  The boys played won each time they played the Collegedale jv team but fell to the varsity teams.

The regular season games begin at MCE at 6:00pm and 7:30pm with the girls and boys varsity teams respectively.  They will compete with Aaron Academy.  Last year the teams met once here on campus.  The girls won their game and the guys lost theirs.

Cross Country places 1st overall

In chapel today, Coach Ley announced that both the boys team and the girls team won the Tennessee Christian Athletic Association overall cross country championship.  The teams were presented with trophies at last nights final event.  This is the second year that the teams have finished in first place.  The boys team members are Brock Anderson, Spencer Boskind, Conner Collins, Pax Fordham, Jake Johnson, Jonathan Krawchuck, Aiden Kroll, Jonathan Pedrero, Ian and Kyle Petersen, Devin Strong, Will Snider and Jack Wheeler.  The girls team members were Marlana Bell, Rose Benoit, Holly Hardin and Brianna Underwood.

Girls volleyball season ends on high note; Soccer wins Spirit award

The varsity girls volleyball team concluded its season at the Union College Invitational 2016. The team won five out of seven games and placed 5th overall.  For the season the team finished with a record of 12-10.  Union College live-streamed all the matches.  Many of the Madison community watched at school or at home and pulled for the team.  The matches are still available online.

The soccer team traveled to Union College as well.  They played a man down for the first nine minutes of each game in memory of their classmate and friend Tyrell Gentle.  The team unanimously won the spirit award.  The team played Campion Academy to a tie, the only team to do so the entire tournament.


MA Boys cross country wins at Dayspring

Yesterday, the cross country team competed at Dayspring and placed first.  Here are the official results.

Boys results Team placement-1st place
1 WILL SNIDER 00:20:16:218
2 SPENCER BOSKIND 00:20:16:593
3 CONNER COLLINS 00:20:32:438
5 JACK WHEELER 00:22:10:397
6 BROCK ANDERSON 00:28:07:60
Girls results  
1 MARLANA BELL 00:25:29:971
2 ROSIE BENOIT 00:27:05:941

Union College Invitational 2016

Union College Invitational 2016

Watch the volleyball games online

Girls Volleyball
Thursday, October 20 Greater Miami vs Madison Academy 10:30am W (2-0)
  Madison vs Collegedale 2:45pm L (2-0)
  Madison vs Dakota 9:00pm W (2-0)
Friday, Oct. 21 – Seeded Pool Play (seeded 4th) Madison vs College View 8:45am W (2-0)
  Madison vs Campion 10:00am L (2-0)
Saturday, Oct. 22 – Championship Tournament Bracket Madison vs North Dallas 7:30pm W (2-0)
  Madison vs College View 8:45pm W (2-1)


Thursday, October 20 Madison vs North Dallas 12:15 W (1-0)
  Midland vs Madison 3:45 L (1-0)
Friday, October 21 Campion vs Madison 8:45a Tie (0-0)
Championship Tournament Bracket Madison vs Mile High 3:45pm L
Saturday, October 22 Madison vs Maplewood 9:15pm L

MA places 2nd in TNCAA volleyball tournament

The Championship match of the Tennessee Christian Athletic Association was played at Madison Academy between Lancaster Christian Academy and Madison.  The match was well played by both teams.  Each team won two games so a final game was needed to determine the winner.  LCA won the championship game and the Madison Academy Knights finished in second place for the tournament.