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Record-Breaking Performance!

Record Performance: Murphy Leads FCS to Another Victory

Fellowship Christian School junior Tripp Murphy carded a school nine-hole record 33 to lead his club to a 149-174 victory over Mount Vernon Presbyterian School on March 29 at Horseshoe Bend Country Club.

It was the fourth consecutive victory for FCS, 6-1 overall.

"We have three wins in three days," head coach Mike Kinsey said. "I am so proud of the effort, especially with us battling injuries and changing lineups. The guys have really stepped up."

Junior Chase Morris fired a 38, while seniors Jack Pritchard and James Andrew carded 39s.

(Photo by Mike Kinsey)

Streak Snapped

Paladins Beat Mount Pisgah, Snap 3-Game Skid

The Fellowship Christian School varsity boys lacrosse ended its three-game losing streak with a 21-13 victory over Mount Pisgah Christian School at Bob Lord Field on March 28.

The team improved to 4-7 overall.

Fellowship opened up a 12-5 halftime lead.

(Photo by Margo Miller)

Tough Loss at Saint Francis

Tough Loss for Paladins at Saint Francis

The Fellowship Christian School played well, but came up just a little bit short at Saint Francis in a Region contest moved to Alpharetta due to field conditions at FCS.

On March 28, sophomore Cameron Gill and junior Hunter McMickle led Fellowship with two hits apiece. Gill, junior Kurtis Royalty and senior Christian Carpenter all knocked in one run.

Despite the loss, the Paladins have won four out of the last six contests.

FCS is now 11-8 overall.

(Photo by Margo Miller)

FCS Golfers Now 5-1!

Another Victory for Paladin Golfers

The Fellowship Christian School varsity golf squad posted an eight-stroke victory over Mount Pisgah Christian School, 164-172, at Rivermont Country Club in Johns Creek on March 28.

It was the third straight victory for FCS, now 5-1 overall.

Junior Tripp Murphy carded a 37 to lead the Paladin team.

Seniors Jack Pritchard and Davis Wynn fired 41s, and senior James Andrew recorded a 45.

The Paladins face Mount Vernon Presbyterian School at Horseshoe Bend Country Club on March 29 for their third match in as many days.

(Photo by Mike Kinsey)

Red-Hot Paladins!

Paladins Beat KR, Notch 4th Victory of Season

The Fellowship Christian School varsity golf team posted its fourth win of the 2017 season on March 27.

FCS (4-1 overall) won for the second straight match with a 171-204 triumph over King's Ridge Christian School at The Manor Golf & Country Club.

"We prevailed in conditions difficult for golf," head coach Mike Kinsey said. "The boys are playing great golf."

Senior James Andrew topped the Paladins with a 41.

FCS heads to Rivermont Country Club in Johns Creek on March 28 to take on Mount Pisgah Christian School.

Freshman Hero

Another Victory for the Paladins

The Fellowship Christian School varsity baseball team notched a 1-0 shutout victory over The Walker School at Winchester Field at Paladin Park on March 27.

It was the team's fourth victory in its last five games.

Freshman Preston Joye's hit in the bottom of the sixth lifted FCS (11-7 overall) to its second straight victory. Winning pitcher Isaac Bouton scored the winning run.

"The mental toughness our boys show each and every game is amazing," head coach Shawn Oliver said. "It's tough to win a one-run ball game in high school, but our boys keep finding a way. Isaac [Bouton] is an absolute bulldog on the mound. We had another complete game out of him. Preston [Joye] did a great job at the plate with the winning run standing on third as he crushes a ball that scored Isaac easily from third. These boys find ways to win games and it's a treat to watch them compete."

(Photo by Margo Miller)

New Honor for Swartz

More Post-Season Honors for Fellowship's Cameron Swartz

Junior Cameron Swartz was recently named All-Metro Girls Basketball Honorable Mention by the Atlanta Tipoff Club.

Swartz, who has announced her commitment to NCAA Division I University of Colorado, was named First Team All Region in February.

Swartz, who has netted more than 1,000 career points at FCS, helped the Lady Paladins finish the regular season 13-8 overall. The Lady Paladins split a pair of Region Tournament games, and dropped a first-round contest in the GHSA Single A Girls Basketball Championships to finish 14-10 overall.

(Photo by Margo Miller)

Athletic Department Announcement

FCS names Andy Trevers Assistant Director of Athletics

Veteran coach and administrator Andy Trevers has been named Assistant Director of Athletics for Fellowship Christian School.

Trevers, who joined the school as elementary school assistant athletic director in 2015, serves as varsity boys soccer coach at FCS. He served an assistant coach to Tim Rice for the Lady Paladin soccer team that captured the GHSA Single A Championship in May 2016.

A native of London, England, Trevers has spent more than 27 years as a coach and leader.

During his career at Mount Pisgah Christian School, Trevers served as director of community soccer outreach from July 2006 until joining FCS. He was also director of girls' soccer at Mount Pisgah Athletics for nine years, beginning in July 2006.

In addition to his soccer responsibilities at Mount Pisgah, Trevers was assistant athletic director for the Johns Creek school from July 2011-13. He was named athletic business manager at Mount Pisgah in July 2013. He also served as Mount Pisgah's director of athletic leadership council from July 2012-January 2015.

Trevers, who served as director of academy programs and director of player development over an eight-year span with the Tophat Soccer Club of Atlanta, played soccer in England. He began his soccer career as an amateur and semi-pro player in his native country.

After moving to Atlanta in 1998, Trevers played soccer for the professional team called the Atlanta Attack. He was a member of the NPSL reserve squad and played semi-pro soccer with the Atlanta Lightning of the USISL.'

Trevers began his coaching career in 1990 with the Cobb Union Soccer Club, where he led the under-18 and under-19 girls' team to three state championships during a four-year span. He took a full-time position with the Tophat Soccer Club in 1998 and guided his team to six consecutive state titles.

Overall during his amateur coaching career, Trevers' teams have won 16 Georgia state Cups, including 10 as a head coach and six as an assistant. His teams have advanced to 16 regional championship games, winning three of them and claiming third place twice. As an assistant coach, he helped his team claim fourth place at the national championships.

In 2003, Trevers served as head coach of the 85 Olympic Development team that captured the Regional ODP Championships and placed fourth at nationals. A USSF National C Licensed coach, Trevers has helped guide more than 250 amateur players into college soccer.

(Photo Margo Miller)


5-0 in Region Play

FCS Wins Battle of Lady Paladins, Posts 3-1 Victory

The varsity girls soccer game from Fellowship Christian School posted their second straight win with a 3-1 triumph over Pinecrest Academy at Bob Lord Field on March 24 in a Region contest.

The Lady Paladins improved to 5-0 in Region contests and 8-1-1 overall.

FCS has won two straight games following a loss to 4A Blessed Trinity earlier this week.

Seniors Stephanie Haigwood, Rachel Haigwood, and Mackenzie Gibbs all scored a goal each for the Lady Paladins, who trailed 1-0 at halftime.

Freshman Ellie Jackson and Gibbs added an assist each.

(Photo by Margo Miller)

Undefeated In Region Games

Paladins Blank Pinecrest, Undefeated in Region Games

The Fellowship Christian School boys varsity soccer team shut out Pinecrest Academy at Bob Lord Field, 3-0, on March 24 in a Region contest.

The Paladins from FCS improved to 4-0 in Region games and 7-4 overall with the victory.

Senior Michael Bruno scored an unassisted go on a long front-post shot 17:42 into the match.

One minute later, Bruno played a wonderful through ball to junior Jack Berends, who made a diagonal run receiving the ball about six yards out and put it into the back of the net.

Junior Casey Barham took a ball to the corner and played a nice cross to senior Avery Lear, who headed the ball off the crossbar and then followed the ball and one-touched the rebound into the back of the net for a 3-0 lead with 6:13 seconds left in the match.

"Senior goalkeeper Andrew Johnson got the clean sheet with another wonderful game in goal," assistant coach James Williamson said. "The defense was led by Ryan Reid, Jack Hardin, Ethan Minkert, Christian Van Breene and Zach Murray. The game was controlled in the midfield by Jon Consoli, Luke Morcos, Jack Tuten, and Drew Anderson."

(Photos by Margo Miller)

Loss Snaps 3-Game Win Streak

Walker Snaps FCS' 3-Game Win Streak

The Walker School edged the Fellowship Christian School baseball club, 2-1, in a Region contest played in Marietta on March 23. It ended Fellowship's three-game win streak.

With the loss, FCS fell to 9-7 overall. The team has won four out of its last seven contests.

Fellowship scored on run in the top half of the second inning. Junior David Franco knocked in that run. The Paladins managed six hits, one each from six batters. Freshman Preston Joye belted a double for the team's long extra-base hit.

Senior Carter Isaacs started and took the loss in 3 1/3 innings. Junior Kurtis Royalty closed out the game with 2 2/3 innings in relief.

Walker scored single runs in the third and fourth innings.

(Photo by Margo Miller)

Second Victory of Season!

Lady Paladins Beat Mount Pisgah, Notch Second Win of Season

The Fellowship Christian School girls tennis team posted its second victory of the season, 4-1 over Mount Pisgah Christian School in Johns Creek on March 23.

"We got an early victory from No. 1 singles player Charlotte Guerry, soon followed by victories from Ansley Harmon (No. 2 singles) and Laine Harmon (No. 3 singles). The match of the day was an incredible comeback win by Maddie Carpenter and Christina Mack at No. 2 doubles. They broke our tie breaker drought by winning 14-12 in the third-set tie breaker."

The boys played a great match as well.

"The Mount Pisgah boys are at the top in the sub-region and proved it today," Guerry said. "We had a key win from Teddy Keim and Brooks Bryant at No.1 doubles against an outstanding doubles team. Aaron Turner also had a great match at No. 3 singles."

(Photos by Margo Miller)

Record-Breaking Day!

Paladins Post Team Record 145 in Victory over NCSS

The Fellowship Christian School varsity golf team combined for a team-record low score of 45 to post a 23-stroke win over North Cobb Christian School at Horseshoe Bend Country Club on March 22.

"It was a record-setting day at HBCC for Fellowship golf," head coach Mike Kinsey said. "We were plus 1 as a team. The story of the day was Davis Wynn. Battling complications with a concussion, this was his first time out. He promptly leads the team with a 2-under 34. This is what this team is capable of. It was a tremendous effort ... I am one proud coach."

Senior James Andrew fired a 35, junior Tripp Murphy carded a 37, and sophomore Kyle Maney added a 39 as FCS won 145-168.

(Photo submitted by Mike Kinsey)

Three in-a-row!

Paladins Edge Mount Paran, Notch Third Straight Victory

The Fellowship Christian School varsity baseball team posted a 3-2 win over Mount Paran Christian School in a Region contest played on March 21 at Winchester Field at Paladin Park.

"It was another great win tonight," head coach Shawn Oliver said.

The Paladins improved to 9-6 overall.

"Our guys came hungry again as we weren't satisfied knocking off 6A Sprayberry Monday night," Oliver said. "They wanted more. Isaac Bouton was ready to pitch Saturday when they cancelled on us and it showed tonight. A 77-pitch complete game was huge for our guys especially after a nine-inning game the night before. He was the star today driving in the tying run in the bottom of fifth and scoring on the same play with a error on the throw trying to get him advancing to third. Kurtis Royalty played excellent defense tonight making a diving play on the first batter of the seventh. Our boys are playing for each other and that's all I can ask for."

The Paladins scored a run in the first and two in the bottom of the fifth.

(Photos by Margo Miller)

St. Patrick's Day Win!

Paladin Lax Team Downs 6A River Ridge HS

The Fellowship Christian School boys varsity lacrosse team posted an 11-5 victory over 6A River Ridge High School at Bob Lord Field on March 17.

It was the second win in-a-row for the Paladins, now 3-4 overall.

Senior Zach Schenken led the Paladins with four goals.

Sophomores John Washburne and Nick Schenken tallied two goals apiece.

Fellowship led 5-3 at halftime.

(Photos by Margo Miller)

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