Choose Your Favorite Team


Upcoming Games


Past Games With Recaps

Pinecrest Academy
Paladin Gym
Loss 58-41

Fellowship Falls to Pinecrest at Home

The Fellowship Christian School boys basketball team dropped a Region decision to Pinecrest Academy, 56-41, at Paladin Gym on Jan. 21.

FCS lost despite outscoring Pinecrest, 30-20, in the second half. Pinecrest led 38-11 at halftime. It was 11-5 Pinecrest after the first quarter.

“It was a really bad second quarter for us,” head coach Marvin Williams said. “We played well in the second half.”

Freshman Zak Thomas led FCS with 13 points. Senior Braden Webb netted nine points.

Thomas and freshman Kyle Elphick each nailed a 3-pointer.

View Recap
Pinecrest Academy (Senior Night)
Paladin Gym
Win 32-27

Battle of the Lady Paladins: Fellowship Beats Pinecrest on Senior Night

The Fellowship Christian School girls basketball team extended its win streak to three games on Senior Night.

Fellowship downed Pinecrest Academy, 32-27, in a Region game played at Paladin Gym.

“It was great to celebrate these five senior girls tonight -- Baylor Aycock, Cary Guthrie, Eliza Guthrie, Emma Jones and Rachel Rippen,” head coach Troy Schulz said. “These five girls have played in the program a combined 18 years and they all mean the world to me. As always I started the five seniors and they played extremely well in the first quarter outscoring Pinecrest 8-4.”

As a group FCS outscored them 9-3 in the second quarter to take a 17-9 lead into halftime.

“We talk about winning quarters,” Schulz said. “We have said all year the more quarters you win the better your chances are to win games. After halftime our offense was a little stagnant and we were outscored 6-5 in the third quarter. Pinecrest flat out played us in the fourth quarter [14-10] to make it an extremely close game, but the girls persevered and we were able to get the win.”

Sophomore Kaya Beard led all scorers with 12 points, while Cary Guthrie and Jones both had six points.

Fellowship has three games left. “Our motto is go 1-0 is the motto, and the girls were able to do that tonight,” the head coach said.

View Recap