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Facts and Figures

Fellowship Athletic Historical Facts & Figures

Entering the 2019-20 collegiate athletic season, 68 FCS graduates have gone on to play college sports from the NCAA Division I to NCAA Division III levels …

FCS has earned one state championship in team sports (girls varsity soccer in 2016) and four individual state championships in individual sports (Emma Grace Hurley, cross country in 2014, 3,200 in track & field in both 2015 and 2016, and Harrison Mansell, high jump in 2016) ...

Athletes from Fellowship have participated in 43 individual state events in cross country, golf, track & field and wrestling …

Fellowship varsity teams have made 13 trips to the state Final Four in six sports (boys basketball, football, girls lacrosse, boys soccer, girls soccer and volleyball), including five state runner-up teams ... FCS squads have advanced to the Elite Eight 22 times …

Paladin and Lady Paladin varsity squads have earned 24 Area or Region Championships and three Sub Region titles ... FCS teams have gone to the state playoffs 41 times …

A total of 24 middle school teams have earned league championships and one athlete has advanced to the middle school state track & field meet …

Track and field athletes have combined to take home 15 Region/Area individual championships (all in 2015 and 2016) ...

In May 2018, Tripp Murphy finished tied for 11 at the two-day GHSA Class A Private School Golf Championships held at Heron Bay in Locust Grove, Ga. ... The only other times a FCS golfer competed at the state tournament was in 2016 when Kelly Lesh played in the state tourney, and when freshman Anna Davenport competed at states as an individual and finished sixth overall with an 86 in 2012 ... 

Other Individual Honors

In May 2018, Shawn Oliver was named Region Baseball Coach of the Year, and Isaac Bouton Player of the Year ... 

Leo Hilton, director of lacrosse, was named All State Class A-5A and All Area Boys Lacrosse Coach of the Year ... Seniors John Washburne and Nick Schenken were named U.S. Lacrosse Academic All-America Team in May 2019

Al Morrell was named Region 6A (Division B) Coach of the Year in the fall of 2018 …

In May 2017, Jack Berends was named DiVarsity Class A Student Athlete of the Year ....

From May 2016 to December 2016, four coaches were named Region or Area coaches of the Year (Ari Durham, boys soccer; Tim Rice, girls soccer; Kayla Rechenbach, volleyball, and Al Morrell, varsity football) ...

Morrell was also named 2016 Class A Coach of the Year for the state of Georgia ...

Jack Hardin was selected as Recruit Georgia's 2016 Player of the Year for the state of Georgia ...

Nate Shirley (three times from 2014-16) and James Wilson (2014) are the only wrestlers in school history to qualify for the GHSA Wrestling Championships (Shirley was second at 152 pounds in 2016) ...

FCS Graduate Emily Sonnett Was First Overall Pick in 2016 NWSL Draft

The Portland Thorns made Fellowship Christian School graduate Emily Sonnett the top overall selection of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) draft held on Jan. 15, 2016 …

Sonnett is the first FCS graduate to be selected first overall in any professional sports league draft …

A former University of Virginia defender, Sonnett was also the first FCS athlete to be selected for an Olympic team (she was an alternate for Team USA at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) ...

(Photos by Margo Miller, USA Soccer)