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Third Victory!

JV Paladin Basketball Squad Snaps Skid with Victory over Mount Pisgah

The Fellowship Christian School JV boys basketball team ended a two-game losing streak with a 70-55 Region win over Mount Pisgah Christian School on Jan. 13 at Paladin Gym.

Fellowship improved to 3-5 in Region games and 3-6 overall with the win.

Freshman Brady Niblock netted a team-high 17 points for Fellowship, which trailed 20-15 after the first quarter. But Fellowship went on a 19-6 run in the second quarter to grab a 34-26 halftime advantage.

The Paladins outscored the Patriots, 16-6, in the third quarter to take a 50-32 lead. Fellowship won the scoring battle in the fourth too, 16-6.

Sophomores Austin Marley and Braden Webb scored 14 points apiece, and freshman Joey Archer added 10 points.

Six Straight Victories

Varsity Lady Paladins Beat Pisgah to Extend Win Streak

The streak is on.

The Fellowship Christian School varsity girls basketball team defeated Mount Pisgah Christian School, 59-53, in a Region game on Jan. 13 at Paladin Gym to post its sixth straight victory.

Senior Cameron Swartz netted 37 points to lead FCS (7-1 in Region games and 8-6 overall).

"Free throws were key as a team we were 22-28, including Sadie Schulz who went 10-for-12," head coach Troy Schulz said. "Sadie made three free throws two times after being fouled on 3-point shots. Cameron made 12-of-16 free throws, and Emma Jones had two huge baskets for us. I am proud of the girls and their effort this week, our second straight week with three games. They battled through and got a big win for us tonight."

The younger Schulz finished with 16 points, and Jones (a sophomore) netted four points. Senior Caroline Keim netted two points.

The Lady Patriots led 11-10 after the first quarter, but FCS rallied to tie the game (25-25) at halftime. The Lady Paladins outscored Pisgah in the third quarter, 12-10, and in the fourth, 22-18.

(Photo by Margo Miller)

Varsity Basketball Club Snaps Back

Paladins Even Region Mark With Home Win Over Mount Pisgah

The Fellowship Christian School varsity boys basketball team outscored Mount Pisgah Christian School in the second half, 33-24, to erase a halftime deficit and post a Region victory at home on Jan. 13, 67-59.

The Paladins, who trailed 35-34 at the half, went on a 16-10 run in the third quarter and edged the Patriots in the fourth, 17-14. FCS led 23-22 after the first, but the Patriots out scored the Paladins 13-11 in the second.

Freshman Jayce Harrison netted a team-high 19 points for the Paladins, 4-4 in Region games and 8-9 overall.

"We bounced back [after Friday's loss to Mount Paran] for the win," head coach Roshown McLeod said. "It was a great team effort."

Senior Cody Frazer netted 17 points for Fellowship. Juniors Noah Dryden and Dawson Carey scored 12 points apiece.

(Phots by Margo Miller)

Shining Bright

Swartz Nets 37 to Propel Lady Paladin Varsity Girls Past Paran; Team Extends Win Streak to 5 Games

Senior Cameron Swartz netted 37 points to lead the Fellowship Christian School varsity girls basketball team to a 58-42 Region victory over Mount Paran Christian School at Paladin Gym on Jan. 12.

Senior Sadie Schulz chipped in with 15 points for the Lady Paladins, now winners of five matches in-a-row.

FCS led 15-10 after the first quarter, 25-19 at halftime and 39-33 after three quarters.

Fellowship improved to 6-1 in Region contests and 7-6 overall with the victory.

"We came out a bit sluggish," coach Troy Schulz said. "It took three quarters to get going but we were able to maintain the lead and then close it out. We closed the game on a 17-9 run in the fourth quarter."

(Photo by Margo Miller)

Fourth Quarter Sinks FCS Boys

Paladins Fall to Mount Paran at Home

The Fellowship Christian School varsity boys basketball team could not withstand a fourth-quarter rally by Mount Paran Christian School on Jan. 12 at Paladin Gym.

The Paladins dropped a 51-48 decision to the Eagles in a Region contest despite holding leads of 14-9 after the first quarter, 28-25 at halftime and 42-34 after the third quarter.

Mount Paran closed the game on a 17-6 run in the fourth.

"We have to develop more confidence to protect the lead," head coach Roshown McLeod said. "We need to win games like these."

Senior Cody Frazer led the Paladins in scoring again, this time with 12 points.

Junior Noah Dryden collected 10 points for Fellowship.

Senior Teddy Keim added nine points and junior Dawson Carey scored eight.

The Paladins are now 3-4 in Region contests and 7-9 overall.

(Photo by Margo Miller)

JV Basketball Loss

FCS Squad Drops Home Decision to Whitefield Academy

The junior varsity basketball team from Fellowship Christian School dropped a tough 63-60 decision to Whitefield Academy in a Region contest played at Paladin Gym on Jan. 9.

The Paladins (2-5 overall) trailed 19-13 after the first quarter before going on a 16-9 run in the second quarter to take the 29-28 lead. The WolfPack led 53-41 after the third quarter. FCS outscored Whitefield in the fourth quarter, 16-10, but fell by three points.

Sophomore Braden Webb's 15 points topped all FCS scorers.

Freshman Brady Niblock scored 12 points, while freshman Joey Archer netted 11 points and sophomore Austin Marley added nine points.

(Photo by Margo Miller)

Second-Half Surge

Rally Propels FCS Varsity Boys Basketball Squad Past Whitefield Academy; Team Now Winners of 2 out of 3

A strong second-half effort helped the Fellowship Christian School varsity basketball team pull out a Region victory over Whitefield Academy at Paladin Gym on Jan. 9. The team has now won two out of its last three games.

The Paladins (3-3 in Region contests and 7-8 overall) outscored the WolfPack, 38-21, in the second half to erase a seven-point halftime deficit and notch the 60-43 victory. The Paladins have already matched last season's victory total.

FCS went on a 21-4 third-quarter run and outscored Whitefield, 17-13, in the fourth quarter. Whitefield led 13-9 after the first quarter, and held a 26-19 halftime advantage.

Senior Cody Frazer led Fellowship with 17 points.

Freshman Jayce Harrison scored 15 points and senior Teddy Keim contributed eight points.

(Photo by Margo Miller)

Another Varsity Girls Basketball Win

Lady Paladins Extend Win Streak to 4 Games with Triumph over Whitefield Academy

The Fellowship Christian School varsity girls basketball team notched its fourth straight victory on Jan. 9.

The Lady Paladins (5-1 in Region games and 6-6 overall) notched a 56-28 home victory over Whitefield Academy at Paladin Gym.

Senior Cameron Swartz netted 36 points for Fellowship.

Seniors Sadie Schulz and Caroline Keim scored eight points apiece.

FCS led 24-6 after the first quarter, and 38-12 at halftime. The team added 18 second-half points, including 10 in the third quarter.

"The girls played very well for having a night off as we were not able to practice on Monday," head coach Tory Schulz said. "We started out strong and built a big lead to start the second half that allowed me to play all of the girls a great bit. All the girls played well as we look to continue to build on this win."

(Photo by Margo Miller)

Three wins in-a-row!

Lady Paladin Varsity Basketball Club Downs Walker for 3rd Straight Victory

The Fellowship Christian School varsity girls basketball team notched its third straight win and fourth Region victory at The Walker School on Jan. 6.

In their second game in as many nights, the Lady Paladins posted a 54-38 victory in Marietta.

The Lady Paladins (4-1 in Region games and 5-6 overall) led 17-15 after the first quarter and 26-24 at halftime. The girls went on a 17-2 third-quarter run to open up a 43-26 lead. The Lady Wolverines out scored FCS 13-11 in the fourth quarter.

"I thought the girls played real well as a team and worked the ball around nicely," head coach Troy Schulz said. "We came out strong after the intermission. The defense picked up, and we were getting steals off of ball deflections resulting in turnovers that allowed us to extend the lead. We were able to maintain the lead in the fourth quarter and seal the victory."

Senior Cameron Swartz led all scorers with 25 points, while senior Sadie Schulz chipped in with 15 points, senior Caroline Keim added seven points and sophomore Baylor Aycock netted four.

This game was snowed out on Dec. 8.

Second Victory

Paladins Post 18-point Victory at Walker

The Fellowship Christian School JV boys basketball team posted its second win in the last three contests at The Walker School on Jan. 6.

In Marietta, the Paladins posted a 47-29 win in its second game in as many days.

Freshman Brady Niblock led the Paladins with 12 points. Junior David Renfrow chipped in with 10 points, and sophomore Austin Marley added nine.

Both sophomore Zion Pleasant and freshman Joey Archer contributed with six points.

FCS led 10-5 after the first quarter, and extended the cushion to 20-12 at the half. Fellowship went on a 15-4 run in the third quarter. The Wolverines out scored Fellowship in the fourth quarter, 13-12.

The Paladins are now 2-3 in Region games and 2-4 overall.

This game was originally snowed out on Dec. 8.

Seventh Grade Girls Victory

Fellowship Beats Lady Tigers for Second Victory of Season

The sixth and seventh grade girls basketball team from Fellowship Christian School notched its second victory of the season on Jan. 6 at Paladin Gym.

The Lady Paladins posted a 15-10 victory over King's Ridge Christian School in a Metro 10 League contest.

Anna Thrasher led Fellowship with seven points.

"We were very excited to get our second win," coach Lorie Hargett said.

Overall, FCS improved to 2-3, and is now 1-2 in league games.

(Photo by Margo Miller)

Eighth Grade Girls Basketball

Lady Paladins Come Up Short Against KR

The Fellowship Christian School eighth grade girls basketball team dropped a 43-20 decision to King's Ridge Christian School at Paladin Gym in a Metro 10 League match-up on Jan. 6.

The Lady Paladins fell to 0-4 overall.

"King's Ridge is a very talented basketball team," head coach Kayla Rechenbach said. "They play fast and hard the entire game. We had six different girls score, which is great for us. Our set defense looked pretty good, but we had some careless mistakes and turnovers that hurt us. We took a lot of good shots but they just weren't falling for us."

(Photos by Margo Miller)

JV Paladins Come Up Short

Fourth Quarter Rally by KR Sinks the Paladin JV Hoops Team

The Fellowship Christian School JV boys basketball team could not over come a 19-10 fourth-quarter rally by the King's Ridge Christian School squad in a 51-46 home loss to the Tigers on Jan. 5 at Paladin Gym. It was a Region contest.

The Paladins (1-4 overall and 1-3 in Region contests) led 6-1 after the first quarter, and held cushions of 22-20 at halftime and 36-32 after the third quarter.

Sophomore Braden Webb led FCS with 11 points, while junior David Renfrow added 10 points.

Freshman Brady Niblock contributed with six points for FCS, which plays its second game in as many days at The Walker School on Jan. 6.

(Photo by Margo Miller)

Swartz Scores 31

Swartz Leads FCS Varsity Girls Basketball Squad to Third Region Victory

Senior Cameron Swartz netted 31 points to lead the Fellowship Christian School varsity girls basketball team to 54-30 win over King's Ridge Christian School in a Region contest played on Jan. 5 at Paladin Gym.

The Lady Paladins improved to 3-1 in Region match-ups and 4-6 overall with the victory.

Senior Caroline Keim netted 12 points for Fellowship, which led 17-9 after the first quarter and 32-15 at halftime.

The Lady Paladins opened up a 20-point cushion after the third quarter (40-20) and out scored the Lady Tigers 14-10 over the final quarter.

It was the second-straight win for the Lady Paladins, who play the second game in as many days on Jan. 6 at The Walker School.

(Photo by Margo Miller)

Region Victory

Paladin Varsity Boys Basketball Team Evens Up Region Mark with Victory over KR

The Fellowship Christian School varsity boys basketball team posted a 50-48 win over King's Ridge Christian School at Paladin Gym on Jan. 5 in a Region contest.

It is the first of games on consecutive days for FCS, 2-2 in Region games and 6-7 overall. The Paladins visit The Walker School on Jan. 6, and a win away from matching last year's win total.

Senior Cody Frazer netted 17 points and freshman Jayce Harrison added 13 points for Fellowship, which led 17-10 after the first quarter, 26-20 at halftime and 44-33 after three quarters.

The Tigers out scored the Paladins in the fourth quarter, 15-6, but Fellowship hung on.

"The Paladins beat a good King's Ridge team with a group effort," head coach Roshown McLeod said. "We are finding our identity on the defensive end."

(Photo by Margo Miller)


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