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Christian Academy of Louisville May 21, 2012CENTURION E-NEWSEnglish Station Sports Newsletterwww.caschools.usFor CAL Sports Game and Practice Schedules visit: http://centurions.christianacademyschools.orgCAL Middle School Baseball WinsLouisville Championship!!The Christian Academy MiddleSchool Varsity Baseball Centurionsrallied from a 2-0 deficitto defeat Johnson TraditionalMiddle School, 3-2, to win theGreater Louisville MiddleSchool Varsity baseballchampionship!!(continued on next page)LADY CENTURIONS RANKED#16 IN THE STATELast Tuesday night, the #19 ranked CALSoftball Team traveled to Assumption totake on the Rockets. The game was scorelessat theend ofregulationplay andwas sentinto extrainnings.(continuedon pg. 3)GIRLS & BOYS TENNIS SENIORS (PAGES 11 &12)(more on page 4)The Centurions concluded their season on Friday with someoutstanding performances at the State Meet, held at the Universityof Louisville. The girls team pulled in points in 5 of theevents, to finish 15th in the team standings.(continued on page 5)MEET THE COACH (page 10)Kristen ShafferSigns with Universityof Louisville (page 8)VARSITY SOFTBALL DISTRICT TOURNAMENTBegins Tonight at CALCAL vs. KCD at 4:30Mitchell MoehleSigns withHanover College(page 9)VARSITY BASEBALL DISTRICT TOURNAMENTBegins Tonight at EasternCAL vs. Eastern at 5:00


4TH/5TH MIDDLE SCHOOL GRADE BOYS BASEBALL INTRAMURALS (CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE) , 2012 May 21, 2012The game was played this past Saturday, May 19, at the University of Louisville’s JimPatterson Stadium.With the Centurions trailing 2-1 entering the bottom of the fifth inning, Paul Haupt ledoff with a single to left. Clay Davis was hit by a pitch and after Johnson replaced pitchers,Scott Wright singled to center to load the bases with no one out. CAL tied the gameat 2-2 when David Parks hit into a force play at second base, scoring Haupt from third.Parks stole second, but Evan Wilson groundedinto a fielder’s choice when the shortstop threwhome to retire Grant Harmon (running for catcherDavis) at the plate for the second out of the inning.Parks advanced to third on the play.Wilson stole second and Derek Holland walked to load the bases with two outs. Luke Pricethen grounded a single into centerfield on an 0-2 pitch to give the Centurions the 3-2 lead inwhat proved to be the final margin.Johnson scored first in the game, platingtwo runs in the top of the second inningand holding that 2-0 lead through themiddle of the fourth. CAL got on theboard in their half of the fourth inning when Wright led off with a single to center andParks sacrificed him to second base. Ben Viola drew a walk and Holland reachedbase when Johnson’s pitcher threw errantly to first base after fielding his bunt, loadingthe bases with one out. Garrett McIntire flied to left field before Blake Carlislesingled to center to score Wright with the Centurions’ first run.Centurions hurler Dylan Sexton pitched a terrific game, going the distance, scatteringseven hits over seven innings, walking only one batter (an intentional walk) and strikingout five. He retired 12 of the last 13 batters he faced in the game. The game endedwith Haupt making a spectacular catch on a short fly into left field, catching the ballwith outstretched arms and on the run with his back to homeplate.The Centurions had qualified for thechampionship game by defeatingConway Middle School, 10-1, in the semifinals on Monday evening in a gameplayed at Christian Academy. CAL never trailed in the game, scoring in everyinning except the fifth and sealing the game with a big five-run sixth. PitchersScott Wright and Dylan Sexton combined on a no-hitter, striking out ten, as theykept the opposing team in check with Conway scoring their only run in the sixthinning after falling behind, 5-0.CAL scored their 10 runs on only five hits, taking advantage of seven Conwaywalks and three hit batsman while converting five sacrifices in the game. The Centurions’five-run sixthinning came without the advantage of a single CAL hit. Parks had two hitsin the game for CAL with Carlisle, Wright, and Holland also collectingsingles. Carlisle and Davis each had two runs batted in.The CAL Middle School Varsity team finished the season 14-1, winningtheir final 13 consecutive games. Coach Steve Viola’s squad outscoredtheir opponents, 106-38, over the course of the season. The two championshipfinalists made an inspiring statement at game’s end, meeting at thepitcher’s mound for a postgame prayer before the championship trophieswere distributed.2


4TH/5TH VARSITY SOFTBALL GRADE BOYS (CONTINUED INTRAMURALS FROM FRONT PAGE) , 2012 May 21, 2012In the top of the eighth, Allison Foster was walked. Abby Woosley got on base with anover thrown ball to first, which brought in Foster for the first run of the night. Woosley thenmade her way to third. Jessica Powell was next at the plate and delivered hard hit ball whichbrought in Woosley for CAL’s second run of the game. With Foster on the mound, theRockets were unable to score giving CAL their 24 th victory of the year.Final Score: CAL 2 Assumption 0The JV was up next with Caroline LeFan on the mound. The Rockets got on the scoreboardfirst with a run in the bottom of the first inning. CAL came back strong with five runs in thetop of the second inning. With the Rockets unable to score, CAL came out on top.Final Score: CAL JV 5 Assumption JV 1***Last weekend, the Lady Centurions traveled to Danville for the Boyle County Invitational. In the first of two games on Friday night, CAL facedthe Boyle County Lady Rebels. The game was scoreless for the first two innings. At the top of the third, Jessi Adamcyzk led off with a single.Abby Woosley followed with a double. With two on base, Brittany Mumford hit a single and the bases were loaded. Adamcyzk then stolehome for the first run of the game followed by Woosley with the second run. Jessica Powell was the next to single and brought Mumford overthe plate. CAL was up 3-0. The Rebels rallied back with a run in sixth but were unable come up with more.Final Score: CAL 3 Boyle County 0In the second game of the night, the Lady Centurions faced the Anderson County Lady Bearcats. The Lady Bearcats jumped ahead in the firstinning 5-0 and went on to score two more in the second. In the bottom of the third, Jessi Adamcyzk led off with an awesome hit down the thirdbaseline for a double. Allison Foster followed with a double bringing Adamcyzk over the plate to put CAL on the scoreboard. Abby Woosleyfollowed up with a hit bringing Foster home. CAL was still down 7-2. Brittany Mumford was next at the plate and she didn’t disappoint with ahard hit single. Jessica Powell tripled allowing Woosley and Mumford to score. After a sacrifice fly, Powell brought in the fifth run of the game.The bats for the Lady Centurion were hot. LeFan followed with a single. Taylor Ross bunted and beatthe throw to first. With a score of 7-5, the Lady Bearcats decided it was time for a pitching change.When Bailey Tipmore was walked, the bases were loaded. Adamcyzk got her second hit of the gameand two more runs were scored. What an inning! Foster hit a pop up and runners were stealing everywhere.CAL got another run with runners still on 1 st and 3 rd . The game was now tied 7-7. In the top ofthe fourth, Foster was on the mound and struck out all three batters. Mumford led off with a double.Powell was up next with a ground rule double and CAL was up by 1. Cookie Cook followed with a doubleand Powell scored, the score was now 9-7. Ross had her second hit of the night and Cook scoredCAL’s 10 th run. After Tipmore doubled bringing Ross around to 3 rd , Sydney Lamkin got in the gamewith a single and CAL scored its 11 th run of the game. Foster got another hit and Tipmore brought theLady Centurions up 12-7 at the end of four. Foster again struck out all three batters and the game wasover.Final Score: CAL 12 Anderson County 7On Saturday morning, the Lady Centurions again faced Anderson County. Allison Foster was back onthe mound with Cookie Cook catching. With two strikeouts and a walk, Cook threw a runner out atsecond and it was CAL’s turn at the plate. Foster was walked and later scored to bring CAL up 1-0 at theend of the first. In the top of the fourth, with one on base, Anderson County hit an out of the park homerun to put Anderson County in the lead, 2-1. In the bottom of the fifth with one out, Taylor Ross laid a nice bunt and made it to first, later stealing second. With two outs, Foster was backat the plate where she hit another triple and scored Ross. The score was tied 2-2. Foster then stole home and CAL took the lead for the first timein the game, 3-2. The Lady Bearcats were unable to store and the game ended in a CAL victory.Final Score: CAL 3 Anderson County 2Next up, CAL faced Marion County. Caroline LeFan was once again at the mound. In the bottom of the first, Allison Foster hit yet anothertriple. Brittany Mumford had a huge hit for a double and Foster got CAL on the scoreboard, 1-0. In the bottom of the fourth, Cookie Cooksingled followed by Hannah Howes with a single who then stole second. Unfortunately, CAL left the runners stranded at the end of the inning.Marion Country scored 3 runs in the 5 th inning. In the sixth inning, Powell led off with a double, making her way to third. LeFan singled to bringPowell home but it wasn’t enough to win the game.Final Score: Marion County 3 CAL 2IN THE FIRST OF THE DISTRICT TOURNAMENT, CAL PLAYS KCDAT HOME ON MONDAY AT 4:30PMFOLLOW US ON TWITTER @CALSOFTBALL1.CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO ENEWS3


4TH/5TH GIRLS VARSITY GRADE LACROSSE BOYS INTRAMURALS (CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE) , 2012 May 21, 2012Jacqueline Anderson was named "Miss Lacrosse"onMay 17th. She was voted top player by the DI coachesamong 8 other players that were nominated.CROSS COUNTRYJacqueline and Olivia Pierce were also named 1stteam KY All State performers for 2012. It was agreat night for these CAL lacrosse players.The following received awards at the end-of-yearvarsity lacrosse banquet:Olivia Pierce -- Attack Player of the YearCatherine Collins -- Mid-Fielder of the YearAvery Depaso and Jessi Rose -- Co-Defensive Players of the YearJacqueline Anderson -- Most Outstanding Athlete of the Year4


BOYS VARSITY LACROSSE May 21, 2012CENTURIONS CLOSE OUT SEASONThe CAL Varsity Lacrosse closed out its season with two tough losses to eventual State Champion St. Xavier. The final regularseason game had the Centurions on the short end of a 11-2 decision. Chad Lewellyn and Joe Zeiser provided the only goals forCAL. It was the same match up for the first round of the State Playoffs and there was a similar result with CAL falling short 12-2.Lewellyn and Zach Dannelly both scored for CAL. Despite the early exit from the playoffs it was a successful season for the teamthat grew in spirit and displayed great character.With the season now complete, here is a look at the 2012 statistical leaders for CAL Lacrosse team in regular season & playoffgames. (Compiled by Coach Geoff Webb)SCORING ASSITS POINTS GRND BALLSDannelly (34) Erps (13) Dannelly (38) Erps (46)DeVries (18) Highbaugh (8) DeVries (25) Burchell (33)Burchell (7) DeVries (7) Highbaugh (15) Lewellyn (31)Highbaugh (7) Erps (15)The defense was lead throughout the season by strong play from Jordan Shutt,Hunter Jordan, Hunter Trenaman and Mason Pass along with goalies Alex Clarkand Caleb D’Aneiello.DANNELLY NAMED TO ALL-STATE TEAMSenior Zach Dannelly was recognized for his outstanding play and named to theKentucky Lacrosse Association D-1 All-State Team. Dannelly was also nominatedfor the US Lacrosse Academic All-America award. Congratulations to Zach!Visit CALLacrosse.Net for more information on the team!VARSITY BASEBALLVARSITY BASEBALL BEGINS DISTRICT TOURNEY TONIGHT AT EASTERNC.A.L. finished the regular season Friday night with a loss to P.R.P. and will take a 22-12 record into the postseason tonight againstEastern High School, ranked 2 nd in the state coaches poll.Joe Snyder pitched admirably for the Centurions against P.R.P, allowing just 3 hits and 1 run while striking out 6 batters in 3 inningsof work against the Panthers, but C.A.L. was unable to put push any runs across as they fell 4-0.The district tournament game against Eastern begins at 5 pm tonight at Eastern H.S. The Eagles won 10-7 in an earlier meetingbetween the two teams.CAL 6 – Southern 1Sam Stone pitched the Centurions to victory against the visitors as he worked 6 innings, giving up just 3 hits and 1 run. He alsostruck out 7 batters.The game was tied 1-1 entering the 5 th inning but a 5 run inning by C.A.L. in the 5 th produced the final margin. Austin Kurnickdoubled while Matt Spencer, Ian Holbrook and Matt Mitchell provided run scoring singles.CAL 5 -- Atherton 0Matt Mitchell hit a 2 run home run over the right field fence and Jonathon Embry tripled providing plenty of offense for the Centurions.Riley Thompson pitched 6 innings to earn the victory as he held the Rebels scoreless, and Joey Batuello pitched the 7 th inningto close things out for the home team.CLICK HERE FOR SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES6


4TH/5TH GIRLS TENNIS GRADE BOYS INTRAMURALS , 2012 May 21, 2012ELLIE GERLACH MAKES IT TO SEMIFINALS OF STATE TENNIS TOURNAMENTCongratulations to 10th grader, Ellie Gerlach for finishing inthe semifinals of the singles draw at the tennis State championshipthis past weekend. Ellie, who was last year’s runner-up and the#2 seed this year after winning the Region 7 title last week, finishedwith an impressive 17-1 season at #1 singles before losing Saturdaymorning in the semifinals to Kennedy Womack (#3 seed) from RoseHill Christian."I know Ellie was very disappointed after the loss but she had a phenomenalyear. Ellie is a wonderful young lady, a fierce competitor and a joy tocoach. Womack played a very solid match this morning and, like Ellie, is a greatplayer. With Ellie’s work ethic and desire towin, I’m confident she will bring home theState title before she graduates," said CoachJeff Mallory.Because of her impressive year, Ellie was alsoselected to the All-State girls tennis team forKentucky for the 4 th year in a row.www.CalSportsNation.comPurchase Hi Resolution digital photos of CAL sports atwww.calsportsnation.com . Photographer and CALparent Derrick Dixon will email your digital files within24 hours. Cost is only $3 each or 4 for $10.New photos are always being uploaded to the website.Derrick also shoots high quality Senior and Familyportraits for extremely affordable prices.Pricing details and Derrick's portfolio can be found atwww.derrickdixonphotography.comContact Derrick at drvdixon@yahoo.com toschedule your photo shoot.CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO ENEWS7


4TH/5TH ANNOUNCEMENT GRADE (CONTINUED BOYS INTRAMURALS FROM FRONT PAGE) , 2012 May 21, 2012KRISTEN SHAFFER MAKES UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE CHEERLEADING TEAMSenior, Kristen Shaffer, signed a letter of intent on Tuesday, May16th to cheer at the University of Louisville. Shaffer hascheered since 6 th grade at CAL and has received the All-American Award her senior year, as well as the All-Star Awardfor four years. Two hundred and fifty people tried out for thisyear’s UL cheerleading team. Kristen was chosen as one of 24women along with 24 men to complete the coed squad.“I have wanted to cheer for UL since I was a little girl. Everyonein my family is a big UL fan and this is all I have ever wanted,”said Shaffer.Shaffer’s first cheerleading coach, Sally Parks, said, “I have so much I could say about Kristen. For such atiny person, she has one of the biggest hearts. I’ve watched the kind of person she is in front of people andwhen no one is watching. Kristen brings her light wherever she goes and I am so excited for all the paths Godis sending her on.”The National Cheerleading Association (NCA) came to watch Kristenperform at a CAL practice and asked her to become an NCA director.Schaffer filled out all the paperwork but was unable to participate dueto her age.“I know that this is a dream come true for Kristen. It has been an honorto coach her. I’ve only been able to coach her for one year, but whatan amazing year it has been,” said head CAL cheerleading coach, MarlettaFirman. Coach Firman also cheered for UL in 1995.Kristen’s parents, Phil and Donna Shaffer, were overwhelmed and thankful for the amount of support given toKristen. Mrs. Shaffer presented Kristen with a Varsity Letter from her great aunt from her time spent cheeringat UL in 1958. “This has been a long time coming. God has a plan for Krissy and we hope she will embraceit and have fun with it,” said Mr. Shaffer.“I want to thank the CAL athletic department andtheir support of the cheerleading program. It has offeredKristen the opportunity to excel at her sport. Iam grateful to all of her coaches for helping to moldher spiritually and athletically,” said Mrs. Shaffer.Kristen concluded the ceremony by thanking all hercoaches who have pushed and encouraged her. Shafferplans to major in Exercise Science at UL next fall.CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR ATHLETIC PASS TODAY AND SAVE8


4TH/5TH ANNOUNCEMENT GRADE BOYS (CONTINUED INTRAMURALS FROM FRONT PAGE) , 2012 May 21, 2012MITCHELL MOEHLE SIGNS TO PLAY FOOTBALL AT HANOVER COLLEGEMitchell Moehle, signed a letter of intent on Thursday, May 18th to playfootball at Hanover College. Moehle has played football for the Centurionssince the 5 th grade. “I have enjoyed watching Mitchell play. It’s been fun tosee how he’s grown as a player,” said CAL Director of Athletics, DarinLong.“Mitchell always shows the motivationand desire to succeed and it is contagious.I’m glad I got to coach him even if only for one year. The wayhe’s battled through things is a testament of his will. Hanover is blessedto have him. Mitchell made us a better team and me personally a betterperson,” said Stefan Lefors, CAL’s head football coach.When asked why he chose Hanover College Mitchell said, “It felt reallycomfortable meeting with the team and immediately I felt like I belonged.”Teammate, Sean Walker closed the ceremony in prayer afterMitchell thanked everyone for their support. Moehle looks forward toattending Hanover and playing for the Panthers next fall where heplans to be a pre-med major.Mitchell’s parents, Donna andMary Ann, spoke about Mitchell’s physical struggles and his determinationto push through. “I never thought he would get this far with all ofhis medical conditions. I can’t wait to see how he will blossom,” saidMr. Moehle.“Mitchell has been so blessed. No matter what has happened, despitehis injuries, he always looked forward to football. We have loved everyminute of it,” said Mrs. Moehle.View CAL High Schoolsports LIVE,in the palm of your HandHiScore is an iPhone application that can be downloaded directly to your handheld device. Students, parents, sports fans, alumni, and future CAL families, can check CALsports’ scores LIVE from their iPhone anytime from anywhere. The application is intuitive andcan even display updates to the sport you are viewing, show play-by-play announcements, andreal time updates. Keep track of CAL’s high school’s scores and updates LIVE, in the palm ofyour hand. To Download, go to the Apple App Store and type in “HiScore KY”.9


MEET THE COACH May 21, 2012TIM BROWN– BASEBALL♦ Years at CAL: 6, 4th as head coach♦ Occupation: Grounds Technician at CAL♦ School(s) Attended: Oklahoma University♦ Sport(s) Played/Coached: Baseball and Basketball♦ Church: Northeast Christian Church♦ Family: Wife, Stacey; Son, Casey (11); Daughter, McKenzie (8);Daughter, Madison (5)How did you come to CAL? I coached as the assistant under Bill Gray. When the head coaching positionopened up I applied.What do you love most about coaching baseball? I don’t know anything different. I love a new season, thesign of spring, the smell of the grass...it’s a game I’ve always loved. I don’t know if I could stop.How do you try to be distinctive as a team? I tell my players that because they have a cross on their chest theyare representing Christ. We have a higher standard of excellence, in how we behave, and how we walk.Outside of baseball, how do you spend your time? Chasing my kids around. Basically anything centeredaround my family.How can the game of baseball be used to disciple your players? Jesus dying on the cross was the biggest sacrifice.Baseball requires sacrifice. There are a lot of plays where as a player you must give up yourself for thegood of the team. It’s not going to show up in the scorebook, it’s not going to be a big wow factor, but it isnecessary to be successful and win the game.What is your biggest goal in building your baseball program? When I leave CAL I would like to leavesomething that the school can be proud of and do it in a Godly manner.What are you most proud of with this year’s team thus far? They have never really gotten down. They havehit peaks and valleys but have kept their eye on the prize. They are a very positive, lovable group of guys.Is there anything you would like people to know about CAL baseball? Come out and watch us. It is a differentatmosphere then in past years. We have night View games CAL with High music School and it is a sports lot of fun. LIVE, Plus, the kids reallyenjoy the fan support.in the palm of your HandHiScore is an iPhone application that can be downloaded directly to your hand held device. Students,parents, Round sports fans, alumni, andLightningfuture CAL families, can check CAL sports’ scores LIVE from their iPhone anytime from anywhere.or Pinch The application Hitter? is DH intuitive and can even display updates to the sport you are viewing,DHThe show Natural play-by-play or Field announcements, of Dreams? and real Field time of updates. Dreams Keep track of CAL’s high school’sBig scores League and Chew updates or LIVE, Sunflower in the palm Seeds? of your hand. A Roll To Download, of SweetTarts go to the Apple App Store and7th type Inning “HiScore Stretch KY”. or Yoga? 7th Inning StretchSan Diego Chicken or Mr. Met? San Diego ChickenCLICK HERE TO GET YOUR ATHLETIC PASS TODAY AND SAVE10


GIRLS & BOYS TENNIS May 21, 2012Senior first and last name: GABRIELLE D’ANIELLOParents: Rich and RobinHow Long Attended CAL: 8-12Sports Played at CAL: Tennis,Favorite Bible Verse: John 15:5College: Indiana WesleyanMajor: Nursing.Gabby has been a solid contributor to the team’s successeach year. For most of her career Gabby excelled at singleswith one of her best seasons in 2010 - finishing 16-7overall (mostly playing #2 Singles in the tough 7 th Region).This season, Gabby has made a wonderful transitionto doubles, with a strong 5-0 record to-date at #2 Doubles.Gabby also served as a co-captain on the varsityteam this season. Gabby is the kind of person that everyteam needs: she shows up, she gives it her all, she has fun,and win, or lose she’s ready to go day after day, matchafter match. As a coach, I will miss her passion for tennis,her desire to improve, her perseverance, and most of all herspiritual leadership.Senior first and last name: NICOLE KARRParents: Ron and SherylHow Long Attended CAL: 11-12Sports Played at CAL: TennisFavorite Bible Verse: Proverbs 17:22College: UKMajor: HistoryFinishing her 1 st year on the varsity team and at Christian Academyafter transferring from Whitefield, Nicole has played well at #2 and#3 singles and has provided a key support role both at practices andat matches. Nicole’s best performances of the year was a strong 6-2, 6-0 win at Mercy and a tough 3-set loss at #2 singles at LexingtonCatholic. Although only getting to coach Nicole for one season,she has been a great addition to our team. Nicole never gives up, isvery respectful and seems to enjoy the “heat of competition”. As acoach, I will miss Nicole’s toughness, hard work and passion fortennis and her team.Senior first and last name: ROSS LARSONParents: John and Julia LarsonGrades Attended: 1 thru 12Favorite Bible Verse: Jeremiah 33:3; Psalm 46:10College: CentreMajor: Economics and PsychologyIt has been a blessing to have Ross on the tennis team here atCAL. He has set a great example for our other players in the way hebehaves on and off the court. He has the kind of attitude that makescoaching him enjoyable. Whether playing 1 singles or 1 doubles hehas been willing do whatever the coaches ask of him to the best ofhis ability. He will be missed.11


GIRLS TENNIS May 21, 2012Senior first and Last Name: HALEY ROSEParents: Walt and SusieHow Long Attended CAL: 1-12Sports Played at CAL: TennisFavorite Bible Verse: Philippians 4:13College: Georgetown CollegeMajor: Business & Political ScienceHaley has been one of the best and most improved doublesplayers in the girl’s tennis program. Starting out asa 7 th grader playing doubles with her big sister Julie,Haley has had a stellar doubles career reaching the quarterfinalsof the Region 7 tournament each of the past 3years. This season Haley has moved up to #1 Doublesand is off to an excellent start, teaming up with 8 th graderGrace Jennings with a solid 6-1 record to-date. Haleyalso served as co-captain of the varsity team this seasonas well. The improvement and skill level in doubles thatHaley has attained since nearly quitting tennis a yearago is one of the more satisfying memories I have asvarsity tennis coach. I will miss Haley's strong desire toshare her thoughts, her “come on’s” after a big point,her passion for her team, and her respectful attitude.Senior first and last name: KIRSTEN SOLDANParents: Dave and JannineHow Long Attended CAL: 5-12Sports Played at CAL: Tennis, BasketballFavorite Bible Verse: Jeremiah 29:11College: Grand Valley State UniversityMajor: AccountingKirsten has been a strong and successful member of theteam. With solid skills in both singles and doubles,along with a huge serve, Kirsten has done very well -with her best season being in 2011 where she finished 14-3 in doubles and qualified for the first time in her careerfor the State tournament. The quiet determination thatKirsten possesses along with the skill level that she hasattained since joining the team is what made Kirsten oneof the more successful players on the varsity tennisteam. She has been a solid competitor for ChristianAcademy each and every season. As a coach, I will missKirsten’s quiet yet determined attitude to win and alsoher sneaky sense of humor.12


4TH/5TH SPORTS PERFORMANCE GRADE BOYS INTRAMURALS , 2012 May 21, 2012NEWS FROM THE UNDERGROUND“Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.” - GandhiI am pleased to announce the times for our High School Workouts and Summer Camps for our future Centurionsentering grades K – 8.High School Workouts: Schedule for May 29 th – June 21 st (July Schedule will be posted by June 22 nd ).No cost for Athletes that were on a High School roster in the 2011-2012 school year.Boys Athletes (except Football) Monday – Friday 8am – 9amGirls Athletes: Monday – Friday 9am -10am***Football will work out Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday. Coach Lefors will let you know the exact timeof the work out.Summer Camps:Middle School (entering Grades 6 th – 8 th ) Strength and Conditioning Camp will be July 16 th – August 10 th ,Monday – Friday starting at 11am and end at noon. This camp will be structured just like the Sports PerformanceProgram for our High School Athletes. The kids will be instructed how to use all of the equipment inour facility and the proper form and technique used on the equipment. The athletes will strength train 3 days aweek and speed and agility train 2 days a week. The cost of the camp is $100 a week and we will offer a 20%discount for signing up for multiple weeks.For our Future Centurions (entering grades K – 5 th ) we are excited to announce our Summer Kids FITnessCamp. This camp will be formatted on the International Youth Conditioning Associations very successfulyouth fitness training model. We will keep this camp at a 10:1 kid to instructor ratio. This camp will start onJune 4 th and run till June 22 nd on Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 4:30pm – 5:30pm. The cost is $50.00 perweek and we offer a 20% discount for signing up for multiple weeks.To sign up for the Middle School Camp and the Kids FITness camp go online to http://caschools.us/centurioncampsor email Coach Lile at glile@caschools.usNext Week’s Topic: Flexibility Training and NutritionHave a Blessed and Great Week!Coach LileCLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO ENEWS13


7TH & 8TH GRADE BOYS LACROSSE May 21, 2012View CAL High School sports LIVE,in the palm of your HandHiScore is an iPhone application that can be downloaded directly to your hand held device. Students,parents, sports fans, alumni, andfuture CAL families, can check CAL sports’ scores LIVE from their iPhone anytime from anywhere.The application is intuitive and can even display updates to the sport you are viewing,show play-by-play announcements, and real time updates. Keep track of CAL’s high school’sscores and updates LIVE, in the palm of your hand. To Download, go to the Apple App Store andtype in “HiScore KY”.CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR ATHLETIC PASS TODAY AND SAVE14


4TH/5TH & 6TH GRADE BOYS BOYS INTRAMURALS LACROSSE , 2012 May 21, 2012TOURNEY CHAMPS!Our 5/6th grade Centurion Lacrosse team had an awesome season!The A team concluded the season with a 6 and 4 record. Our Bteam ended the regular season with a 5 and 4 record, andon Saturday, they played in a league round-robin tournament, andwon all three games in exciting fashion... two of those games goinginto sudden death overtime. It was truly a team effort from the defensiveto offensive playersin victories over the St.Raphael Giants, the Collegiate Titans, and the Holy Trinity Eagles.Many thanks to Head Coach David Scull, along with CoachesDennis Roberts, Aaron Rayome, Mark Giuffre',Tom Enyeart,Brent Jordan, and Karl Paulson on a great season!15


4TH/5TH & 6TH GRADE BOYS FOOTBALL INTRAMURALS , 2012 May 21, 2012Dear Current CAL 4/5 Grade Parents,A few months back, Coach Stefan LeFors appointed me as the head 5/6 football coach at CAL. To date, I'veserved as an assistant for 2 seasons in the CAL intramural flag football program, as an assistant head coach forthe CAL 3/4 football team and an assistant coach for last season’s 5th grade team. I have many years of playingand coaching experience in the local Catholic grade and high school programs. Please know that I feel thatmy appointment is a great honor to serve CAL and her 5/6 grade boys on the football field.First and foremost, I'd like to extend an invitation to our program to all current 4/5 grade boys. I want all boysin the 4/5 grades to understand that they are very welcome to participate in football. This is not a closedhouse. We are an open house. Whether you would be new to the program, a player that may have sat out lastseason, or, a returning player, please know that you are welcome to join the 5/6 football team.In fact, if your son has thought about playing, but, he just was not sure what to expect from playing football, Ihave a suggestion. On June 4 - 14, we will conduct non-contact spring practice at the English Station campus.I invite your son out to give football a try. During spring drills, I think he may figure out if football might befor him, or, not. At the least, this will give him a great opportunity to check this sport completely out and seethe type of hard-work, dedication and discipline that it takes to play the game. Spring practicesare voluntary participation sessions.Before I complete this message, I'd like to extend an invitation to any current 4/5 grade boys at the CALSouthwest campus, too. I strongly believe in the inclusion of all of our Louisville Metro campuses. I realizethat this would be a big commitment due to the drive across the Snyder Freeway in the evenings and on gameday, but, if your family's interest is there, please know that you are truly welcome to join in.In closing, I look forward to this coming football season and I hope that you will strongly consider encouragingyour son to play football for his school. Again, it is my honor to serve the CAL community.Respectfully,Coach Tony Cobaugh(502) 817-9178 [cell]ajcobaugh@bellsouth.net"Train children on the way they should go, and when theyare old they will not turn from it." - Proverbs 22:6This Week’s Varsity Home GamesSoftball: 5/21 vs KCD @ 4:30 (District Tournament)5/21 Eastern vs. Jtown @ 6:00 (District Tournament)5/22 Softball District Championship Game @ 5:00Come Out & Support Your Centurions!16


CAL ATHLETIC DEPT May 21, 2012CAL Athletic Department 502-244-3225 (0ffice) 502-244-3193 (fax)Darin Long, Director of Athletics 244-3225 ext. 1037 Dlong@caschools.usKevin Bowers, Assistant AD, 244-3225, ext 1072 KBowers@caschools.usCora Parker, Administrative Assistant 244-3225 ext. 1080 cparker@caschools.usStefan LeFors, Scheduling Coordinator, 244-3225 ext 1081 slefors@caschools.usRenee Beck, Athletic Trainer 494-2128, rlbeck@kort.comHollie Foster, Athletics Publisher 554-4902, hfoster@caschools.usFor CAL Sports Game and Practice Schedules visit: http://centurions.christianacademyschools.org/FALL SPORTS: HIGH SCHOOLCross Country-Lowery Stallings,lowery_stallings@yahoo.comCheerleading-Marletta Firman, calcheerleaders@gmail.comField Hockey-Jeremy Nelson, jjnelson@insightbb.comFootball-Stefan LeFors, slefors@caschools.usGolf Boys’-Jay Dortch, jayd@fsqweb.comGolf Girls’- Tom Clements, tomclements@insightbb.comStrength & Conditioning- Greg Lile, glile@caschools.usSoccer - Boys-Doug Lucas, dlucas@teamexpansion.orgSoccer -Girls-John Zutt, jzutt@bellsouth.netVolleyball-Patti Ernst, pfarlin@midamericasportscenter.comMIDDLE SCHOOL:Cross Country- Andrea Holloway, aholloway@caschools.usCheerleading-Marletta Firman, calcheerleaders@gmail.comField Hockey– Jeremy Nelson, jjnelson@insightbb.comFootball-(7th/8th) - Stefan LeFors, slefors@caschools.usVolleyball– Tracie Frist, tfrist@insightbb.comTennis Girls/BoysTodd Hammonds,todd_hammonds@yahoo.comWINTER SPORTS: HIGH SCHOOLBasketball (Boys) Casey Smallwood, csmallwood@caschools.usBasketball (Girls) Don Rice, drice@caschools.usCheerleading, Marletta Firman, calcheerleaders@gmail.comStrength & Conditioning- Greg Lile, glile@caschools.usSwimming, Amy Albiero, albierofamily@juno.comMIDDLE SCHOOL:Basketball– (Boys) Casey Smallwood, csmallwood@caschools.usBasketball (Girls) Don Rice, drice@caschools.usCheerleading- Marletta Firman, calcheerleaders@gmail.comSwimming, TBD, call athletic office at 244-3225SPRING SPORTS: High SchoolBaseball - Tim Brown, tbrown@caschools.usSoftball- Kyle Mullin, kmullin@rev-a-shelf.comBoys Lacrosse- Phil Brock, brock_phil@hotmail.comGirls Lacrosse- Stu Bailey, stu.bailey@insightbb.comStrength & Conditioning- Greg Lile, glile@caschools.usBoys Tennis- Nathan Goodman,nathanmarkgoodman@gmail.comGirls Tennis- Jeff Mallory, jmallory@caschools.usBoys/Girls Track and Field- Lowery Stallings,lowery_stallings@yahoo.comMIDDLE SCHOOL:Baseball - Tim Brown, tbrown@caschools.usSoftball – Kyle Mullin, kmullin@rev-a-shelf.comBoys Lacrosse- Scott Krantz, snkrantz@ups.comGirls Lacrosse- Stu Bailey, stu.bailey@insightbb.comBoys Golf – Greg Zimmerer, gzimmerer@lifecell.comGirls Golf—Tom Clements, 817-8721 or tomclements@insightbb.comBoys Soccer- Joel Davis, jdavis@caschools.usGirls Soccer- Joey Autry, jlautry@bellsouth.netBoys/Girls Track - Lowery Stallings, lowery_stallings@yahoo.comIntramural Offerings: Grades 2-5Kevin Bowers, Assistant AD, 244-3225, ext 1072KBowers@caschools.us17

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