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Varsity Girls Soccer

State Champions in 2024, 2023 and 2016: FCS has earned three state championships in team sports (girls varsity soccer in 2024, 2023 and 2016).

Accolades and Championships

2024: GHSA Class AA State Finals, Region Champions

2023: GHSA Class AA State Champions and Region Champions (19-0 record to set school record for wins)

2022: GHSA Class A Private Sweet 16

2021:GHSA Class A Private Sweet 16

2017: GHSA Class A Private Second Round

2016: GHSA Class A Private State Champions and Area Champions

2015: Area Champions and GHSA Class A Private Runner Up

2014: Area Champions and GHSAClass A Private Final 4

2013: GHSA Class A Private Runner Up

2012: Area Champions and GHSA Class A Private Runner Up

2011: Area Champions and GHSA Class A Private Final 4

2006: GISA Region Champions

2005: GISA Region Champions

2004: GISA Region Champions

2003: GISA Region Champions

Individual Accolades

Andy Trevers was named Class AA Region 8 and Georgia Athletic Association Class AA Coach of the Year, Avery Paulson was named Girls Soccer National Player of the Year by the National Christian School Athletic Association (#NCSAA), Class AA Region 8 and Georgia Athletic Association Class AA Player of the Year (girls soccer) in 2023. Cate Hardin was selected as the DiVarsity Class A Student-Athlete of the Year in 2021. Tim Rice was named Area Coach of the Year in 2017.

Sonnett Helps Washington Spirit Win NWSL Championship: Emily Sonnett, a graduate of Fellowship Christian School, helped the Washington Spirit defeat the Chicago Red Stars, 2-1 on Nov. 20, 2021, to capture the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) Championship. Sonnett, who has been a professional soccer player since 2016, was the top overall selection of the NWSL draft held on Jan. 15, 2016. Sonnett is the first FCS graduate to be selected first overall in any professional sports league draft. She was a member of the United States Women’s Soccer team that competed in the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. 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).

(2024 team photo courtesy of GHSA, 2023 team photo by Leigh-Ann Thompson)

Record: 13-3-2
League Record: 5-0