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vs.
The Walker School
Home
Paladin Gym
Loss 25-22, 21-25, 15-25

FCS Squad Drops 3-Set Contest at Home to Walker

The Fellowship Christian School varsity volleyball club fought hard, but did not come out on top in the finale of a two-match evening at home.

At Paladin Gym on Sept. 19, the Lady Paladins fell to The Walker School, 25-22, 21-25, 15-25. It was the second Area match of the night. FCS beat Whitefield Academy earlier in the evening.

Fellowship is now 22-10 overall and 2-1 in Area play.

(Photo by Margo Miller)

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vs.
Whitefield Academy
Home
Paladin Gym
Win 25-15, 25-21

Lady Paladins Beat Whitefield in Area Play

The Fellowship Christian School varsity volleyball team kicked off a pair of Area matches with a two-set victory over Whitefield Academy.

The Lady Paladins (22-9 overall) posted a 25-15, 25-21 victory.

(Photo by Margo Miller)

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vs.
The Lovett School
Home
Paladin Gym
Win 25-23, 25-20

FCS Improves to 15-5 with Victory over The Lovett School

The Fellowship Christian School JV volleyball team posted a pair of victories at home on Sept. 18.

FCS (15-5 overall), downed 3A The Lovett School in two sets at Paladin Gym. The squad took the first set, 25-23, and the second, 25-20.

Earlier in the evening, Fellowship posted a win over 7A Forsyth Central High school.

(Photo by Margo Miller)

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vs.
The Walker School
Away
The Walker School
Win 19-2

Another Softball Victory: Lady Paladins Pound Walker 19-2

Senior Lauren Kierpa pitched a complete game to lead the Fellowship Christian School varsity softball team to a 19-2 five-inning victory over The Walker School at Paladin Park on Sept. 18.

“We had great energy, and made lots of contact at the plate, and stole several bases,” head coach Natalie Corley said.

The Lady Paladins (3-4 overall) have now won three out of their last four contests.

Kierpa fanned eight batters.

As a team, the Lady Paladins pounded out 14 hits, and collected had 16 RBIs, 10 walks and six stolen bases.

Kierpa went 4-for-5 at the plate, and sophomore Emma Jones drove in three runs. Senior Emma Boyd had a great sacrifice bunt.

(Photo by Margo Miller)

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vs.
Forsyth Central High School
Home
Paladin Gym
Win 25-9, 25-16

Fellowship Earns 2-Set Win over 7A Forsyth Central

The Fellowship Christian School JV volleyball team opened the evening on Sept. 18 with a two-set win.

The Lady Paladins defeated 7A Forsyth Central High School, 25-9, 25-16.

(Photo by Margo Miller)

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vs.
Dominion Christian School
Away
Dominion Christian School

Boys Team Brings Home First Place at Dominion Dash

The middle school boys cross country team from Fellowship Christian School placed first in the team competition in the Dominion Dash held at Dominion Christian School in Marietta on Sept. 16.

“Today was once again an excellent showing by the middle school cross country team,” head coach Ryan Walter said. “It was a good opportunity for the full program to invest in one another and celebrate each other’s success. And there were certainly many successes to celebrate, as the FCS program walked away with three trophies [two first place, one second]. The middle school boys once again took home the first place trophy, demonstrating a top tier performance on what was a challenging, ‘true cross country’ course.”

The top FCS middle school boys finishers included eighth grader Davis Hobbs, who medaled with a third-place finish, while eighth-graders Cole Keim and Garret Lengefeld placed fifth and sixth, respectively. The field of runners included 111 boys.

On the girls side, the FCS team soundly beat fellow Metro 10 competitor, The Walker School, and ended up fourth out of 11 teams.

“This is a good showing for our in-league competition and keeps us right in the competitive mix with other schools our size,” Walter said.

Eighth grader Grace Hargett finished first among FCS girls, followed by seventh graders Avery Young and Keegan Moehler.

(Photos by Margo Miller)

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