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Christian Academy of Louisville November 5, 2012English Station Sports Newsletterwww.caschools.us/centurion-athleticsFor the first time in three years, Christian Academy will haveboth the girls and boys cross country teams competing in theState Meet. The Class 2A, Region 3 has become the toughestin the state, having seven girls teams and five boys teams thatwere ranked in the top 10 during the season. And to make themeet even more challenging, theweather turned very nasty for theraces, with temperatures in thelow 40's and a chilling rain. Butthe Centurions rose to the challenge,earning a spot on the startingline of the State Meet, to beheld next Saturday at the Kentucky Horse Park. (continued on next page)AD Corner (page 5)BACK TO BACK DISTRICT CHAMPCAL SMOTHERS CLINTON COUNTYCAL took advantage of the district championship benefit of havingthe 1 seed in the Centurion half of the region bracket, dominatingClinton County on both sides of the ball early with senior leadershipand youthful exuberance. (continued on pg.3)(Pages 6-13)


GIRLS VARSITY SOCCER SAYS FAREWELL TO CLASS OF 2013The Girls Varsity Soccer Team celebrated the end of another successful seasonon October 30, with a banquet at Owl Creek Country Club. The teamawarded Varsity letters, honored outstanding achievements, presented postseasonhonors, surprised its long time coach with a special award, and saidfarewell to five seniors who will long be remembered.Playing in their first season in Region 7, the Lady Centurions finished the2012 season with a 14-5-5 record and ranked #12 in the coaches’ poll. Theteam reached the Region Final match for the 3 rd straight year, before bowingto #4 ranked Assumption in a 1-0 thriller.Several players were named to the 7th Region “2012 - All Region Team”:Honorable Mention: Clare Andres Sydney MathisCatherine CollinsKendall MooreLaura EnglishFaith Shepherd2 nd Team: Kenzie Dannelly1 st Team: Annie Beanblossom Meg MintmanKate JossTwo players were named to the “2012 All-State Team” and have been invited to play in the annual All-State game, in Lexington:All-State Honorable Mention:All-State 2 nd Team:Annie BeanblossomKate JossSelected as co-winners of the prestigious 2012 PLAYER’S PLAYER AWARD by a vote of the squad were:Clare AndresCatherine CollinsCoach John Zutt was presented with a plaque in honor of his 100 th Win as head coach of theGirls Varsity Soccer Team, which he achieved on Senior Night, October 4, with a 9-1 victory overKCD. Coach Zutt just completed his 9 th year at the helm and has a combined record of 104-62-27(win, loss, draw), for an average of nearly 12 wins per season. A duplicate plaque touting hisachievement now resides in the Centurion trophy case.Following the traditional year-end video, the coaches, players and parents honored the five outstandingseniors that carried the Girls Varsity Soccer programViewto newCALheights.HighDespiteSchoolwinningsportsonly 4 gamesLIVE,as freshmen, the Classof 2013 finished 3 rd in Total Class Victories with 45 wins and 1 st in Total Points within the palm of your Hand153(3 points win, 1 point draw) edging out the Class of ’08.In their final three years, seniors Clare Andres, Catherine Collins, Kate Joss, KendallMoore, and Taylor Smith led the squad HiScore to 3 is straight an iPhone trips application to the Regional that can be Final; downloaded directly to your hand held device. Students,3 straight parents, District sports Championships fans, alumni, and in ’10,2 Regional Championships in ’10 & ’11,’11, & ’12, and 3 straight trips to the Bulldog Cup Final with a Championship in ’10.Long live the memory of the Class of 2013 future and CAL all they families, accomplished. can check CAL Our sports’ prayers, scores LIVE from their iPhone anytime from anywhere.be with The them application forever. is intuitive and can even display updates to the sport you are viewing,hopes, and expectations for greatness willshow 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 andClick here to subscribe to enews4


Ephesians 6:4Fathers, do not exasperate your children; instead,bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord.As a father of two boys, I have read Ephesians 6:4 many times and have tried to do my best to trainthem up in the Lord. I have always focused on the second part of the verse and not the first – “Fathers,do not exasperate your children;” Webster defines the word exasperate as:to irritate or provoke to a high degree; annoy extremelyI never really thought about if I ‘exasperate’ my boys – I just thought that was one of the perks of beinga dad! When I think about the last 11 years of my guys playing multiple sports at multiple levels, Iwonder if I have irritated them. I mean I have been their 24 hour – 7 day a week full-time, all-knowing coach – right?I get asked several times a year, especially from younger parents, about how much is too much sports. How do we balance our kid’s athletic interestswith our passions and/or the whole family’s sanity? I was sent this article last week and I really liked some of the points it was hitting. Actually,it may even be a good self-evaluation to see where we stand as a sports mom or dad.God Bless and see you at the games-Darin7 THINGS PARENTS DO TO MAKE THEIR KIDS HATE SPORTSSports for kids—whether its baseball, soccer, or lacrosse—can be great at teaching them teamwork and discipline. But that benefit can quickly belost when a mom or dad puts too much pressure on their child. Avoid these 7 things parents do to make their kids hate sports.1. They forget their children are kids.It’s easy to get caught up in the pressure of turning our kids into super athletes. But when that happens, we start to expect our children to train likeadults. Well, they’re not adults. Yes, they should be focused on doing their best, but their bodies are not able to bear the strain of grown-up sizerepetition. Plus, the joy of sports is having fun. If you expect your 8 year old to have the focus and work ethic of a high-schooler, you’re expectingtoo much.2. They embarrass their kids.I just read an article about a father who would yell out to his son, “You’re playing like a girl!” at his son’s games. In front of everyone. Parentsalso embarrass their kids when they coach from the stands, yell at umpires and refs, and confront the coach in an inappropriate way.3. They compare their kids.You might not even realize you’re doing this one. If you say, “That Abby has amazing ball control,” your child is hearing, “My mom thinks I’mnot as good as Abby.” More blatant examples of hurtful comparisons include, “Why can’t you move around the bases like Jack?” “If only youpracticed as much as Sophia, you’d be good too.”4. They don’t show up.Sports are a big commitment, so if you sign your children up to play, make sure you’re all in. That means making every game you can. It mayseem like you’re spending all of your free time at the field, but you’re also building memories and showing your children that you believe in them.View CAL High School sports LIVE,5. They overschedule their kids.It’s common these days for kids to join travel teams as early as 8 years old. in You’ll the hear palm the parents of your say, “He Hand loves soccer so much. It was his idea.”It might have been your child’s idea, but you are the one who can wisely weigh the cost to your child. Is it really wise to let your children stay uplate several nights a week at practices and games? Is it best for him and your family to spend all weekend traveling to tournaments? Many travelteam kids are burned out by the time they’re in middle school. Just something to think about.HiScore is an iPhone application that can be downloaded directly to your hand held device. Students,parents, sports fans, alumni, and6. They live through their kids.Some parents were not good athletes growing up, so the fact that their children are very athletic amuses them. But sadly, there are parents whofuture CAL families, can check CAL sports’ scores LIVE from their iPhone anytime from anywhere.it’s the The sport application you or your is intuitive spouse and love, can great. even If display it’s not, updates accept your to the child sport and you his are preferences viewing, as is.were super athletic growing up who expect their children to be just like them. When they’re not, the parents push, berate, and voice their disappointment.Find a way to let your kids shine. Ifshow play-by-play announcements, and real time updates. Keep track of CAL’s high school’s7. They don’t look out for their kids. scores and updates LIVE, in the palm of your hand. To Download, go to the Apple App Store andIf your child is being treated badly by a coach, you need to step in. There is a right way to talk to your child’s coach, so be sure to take that approach.But by all means, don’t let anyone belittle your child to the point that their confidence is shaken and their spirit is broken.© 2012 All Pro Dad. All Rights Reserved. Family First, All Pro Dad, iMOM, and Family Minute with Mark Merrill are registered trademarks.5


Name: Erika BusseParents: Alan and Karen BusseWhat Grades Attended at CAL: 6th-12thSports Played at CAL: Golf, and TrackFavorite Bible Verse: Isaiah 64:8College: UndecidedMajor: Studio ArtAs our only senior Erika already knew what her rolewas for our Varsity Golf Team. Besides being a captainErika has always been our spiritual leader. Shenever knew she was being a leader, or really doinganything out of the ordinary for her. Erika was justbeing herself. She always has and continued thisseason to lead by example. Our spiritual goals forgolf are different than most sports. As an opportunityto spend 2 1/2 to 5 hours with others our goalsconsist of being happy and encouraging to someonewho is doing better than you and also being humbleand contrite when you are winning. Thisis Erika. She positively impacted the program andevery player that she was paired with. She is a truechampion for Christ.Name: Jacob DavisParents: Brent and Christy DavisGrades attended at CAL: 9-12Sports played at CAL: GolfFavorite Bible Verse: Psalm 28:7College: University of LouisvilleMajor: Pre-MedJake Davis is one of the most consistent people Ihave ever met, both on and off the course. Hehas been in the CAL golf program since middleschool and has worked very hard to become asolid contributor for the varsity team thisyear. He is the calming force on our team and agreat influence in a pressure packed sport. Iwatch him lift his teammates up after a bad roundor congratulate them when they played well evenif he did not. Jake is a good player and an evenbetter person. God has big things planned forthis young man.46


Name: Ben MontgomeryParents: Raymond and Elizabeth MontgomeryGrades attended at CAL: 9-12Sports played at CAL: GolfFavorite Bible Verse: Ephesians 2:8College: University of LouisvilleMajor: BusinessBen Montgomery is a very important memberof our golf team. His play certainly speaks foritself, but his leadership, his passion for theteam and his love for God goes above and beyondwhat you would expect from most highschool athletes. He strives for excellence inevery aspect of his life whether it is golf, academics,family or his spiritual life. We are excitedto watch him grow in his faith, as a personand a player as he finishes his high schoolcareer and moves on to play golf at The Universityof Louisville.Name: Spencer SwiftParents: David and Marti SwiftGrades attended at CAL: K-12Sports played at CAL: GolfFavorite Bible Verse: Philippians 4:13College: UK, Miami of Ohio, Highpoint or TransylvaniaMajor: BusinessSpencer Swift is that guy on the team that is theglue that holds it all together. His smile is infectiousand his humor or quest to enjoy life is justgreat to be around. Everyone wants to play withSpencer, but make no mistake about it his gameis solid. He is the X factor for our team and hisplay has been very consistent. He has a greatpassion for his teammates, his playing partnersand God. He simply makes everyone around himbetter, he pours into the people he is around. Thefuture is very bright for this young man and weare excited to see how God uses him.47


Name: Sarah BurnettParents: Craig and Selinda BurnettWhat Grades Attended at CAL: K-12Sports Played at CAL: Cross Country, Track,and BasketballFavorite Bible Verse: Ecclesiastes 4:9-10College: Western Kentucky UniversityMajor: CriminologySarah Beth/SB is the 3rd fastest runner in theschool's history, with her 9th place State finishingtime of 20:12 in 2008. She was also an integralmember of the 3rd place team finish inthe 2009 State Meet for the Lady Centurions.SB has also placed at State in track numeroustimes and is a member of the school recordholding 4x800 squad. Beyond her many sportdecorations; SB has been a great leader and encouragerfor the cross country program atChristian Academy.Name: Ryan HeetderksParents: Tom and Gwen HeetderksWhat Grades Attended at CAL: K-12Sports Played at CAL: Cross Country andSoccerFavorite Bible Verse: Psalm 73:26College: UndecidedMajor: UndecidedThis is Ryan's second year to run in the highschool cross country program, after competingfor the school while in MiddleSchool. His career best time came this season,with a 23:12 performance at the verycompetitive Trinity Invitational. Ryan nevercomplains about the many miles that theteam puts in, but quietly puts in the hardwork required to succeed in the sport.8


Name: Austin GabrieParents: Tom and Michelle GabrieWhat Grades Attended at CAL: 9-12Sports Played at CAL: Cross Country and BaseballFavorite Bible Verse: Joshua 1:9College: UndecidedMajor: UndecidedAustin has been in the cross country program forfour years. He is one of only two runners on theteam, with State Meet experience, having competedon the 9th place team in 2009. Austin is hoping toimprove on his 18:08 PR, set last season, as well aspush the team to another State Meet appearance thisseason. The team, which began the season unranked,is currently ranked 9th in the State.Name: Alli LawsonParents: Dave and Mary LawsonWhat Grades Attended at CAL: K-12Sports Played at CAL: Cross Country, LAXFavorite Bible Verse: 1Timothy 4:12College: UndecidedMajor: Spanish"Little Alli Lawson" made an immediatesplash on the girls cross country team, as shewas an important member of the 2009 3rdplace State team by the Lady Centurions.Alli has an outstanding PR time of21:08, recorded last season. She has competed2 times in the State Meet and is hoping toadd a 3rd appearance this November, as theteam is currently ranked 10th in theState. Alli is also a valuable member of thetrack team and is also on the 4x800 relayteam's school record.9


Name: Austin ChelfParents: Jeffrey and PaulaWhat Grades Attended at CAL: 6 - 12Sports Played at CAL: FootballFavorite Bible Verse: Proverbs 7:1-4College: UndecidedMajor: UndecidedAustin is a consistent, strong competitor on and offthe field. Everything about Austin embodies what afootball player should be. As a fullback/linebacker,he is called upon to do a lot of the dirty work for histeammates. He absolutely thrives in that role andthat is a testament to his character. His attitude andpositive outlook each day makes him a joy to coach.Name: Blake ChelfParents: Jeffrey and PaulaWhat Grades Attended at CAL: 6 – 12Sports Played at CAL: Football, TrackFavorite Bible Verse: Romans 6:5-9College: UndecidedMajor: Accounting / Business AdministrationCAL football has been blessed to have Blake in the programfor the last four years. Through hard work, Blakehas improved tremendously over the last 2 seasons. Hehas shown great determination and passion for the gamethat allowed the team to be successful. He has a workmanlikeattitude that is needed on a football team. Wewill miss the quiet leadership of Blake next year.Name: Trent ErpsParents: Ben and LorriWhat Grades Attended at CAL: K-12Sports Played at CAL: Football, LacrosseFavorite Bible Verse: Job 23:8-12College: UndecidedMajor: UndecidedTrent has shown the courage and strength to take on footballat CAL his senior year. His ability to play lacrosse ata high level really transitioned well into football for him.Trent picked up the game and our system quickly. Hisdesire to excel at a new challenge allowed him to be a keycontributor on special teams this season. Trent will succeedin life because he is coachable and has a positiveattitude.11 4


Name: Austin KurnickParents: John and MariaWhat Grades Attended at CAL: 7 - 12Sports Played at CAL: Football and BaseballFavorite Bible Verse: Proverbs 16:3College: UndecidedMajor: BusinessAustin is a fun young man that does not know howto back down. Every challenge “Durnick” encounters,he takes head on. He has an uncanny abilityto make oncoming tacklers look foolish in tightspaces. His passion and determination is contagiousand that will no doubt allow him to be successfulin life. It has been an absolute joy to coacha young man Austin’s caliber the past 2 years.Name: Chad MeredithParents: Neil and AmyWhat Grades Attended at CAL: K - 12Sports Played at CAL: Football, BasketballFavorite Bible Verse: 1 John 16-18College: UndecidedMajor: UndecidedCAL football has been blessed to have Chadas part of the family for the past four years.Voted to be a captain, Chad has demonstratedtoughness, leadership both vocally and by hisactions, unselfishness, and a relentless workethic on the practice field and in the weightroom. Chad will succeed in life because ofhis ability to lead when it matters the most.Name: Andrew PackerParents: Ed and TeresaWhat Grades Attended at CAL: 11 - 12Sports Played at CAL: FootballFavorite Bible Verse: Psalm 144:1College: UndecidedMajor: Engineering“Pack” has been with the CAL football programfor two years. In the short time Andrewhas been here, he has grown each and everyday into a quality young man. Andrew hasfought through an injured shoulder the last twoseasons without missing very many snaps.His perseverance during tough times here willallow him to make it far in life.12 4


Name: John PopovichParents: Ange and PeteWhat Grades Attended at CAL: 10 – 12Sports Played at CAL: Basketball, Track, FootballFavorite Bible Verse: Psalm 34:23College: UndecidedMajor: Architecture or Business“Pop” came to CAL football his sophomore year fromTexas. He quickly turned into a key contributor on theoffensive and defensive line the last two seasons.John’s work ethic and desire to be a dominant playeris a testament to his character and that is why he wasselected to be a captain. He rarely misses an opportunityto help a younger player work on his craft. Godwill continue to use John for great things as he growsand is challenged in life.Name: Hunter TrenamanParents: Tracy and KristyWhat Grades Attended at CAL: K - 12Sports Played at CAL: Football, Basketball,Lacrosse, Track and FieldFavorite Bible Verse: Psalm 35:1-7College: UndecidedMajor: Physical Therapy/Sports MedicineSelected by his teammates to be a captain,Hunter is a well-rounded individual that excelson and off the field. His determinationand passion for the game of football is unbelievable.Hunter’s request for the “elephant”formation to be called every other day will bemissed. He has been the anchor on the lineboth offensively and defensively the past twoseasons for us. The future is bright forHunter Trenaman.Name: Sam StoneParents: Dave and BethWhat Grades Attended at CAL: K - 12Sports Played at CAL: Baseball, Cross Country, FootballFavorite Bible Verse: I Timothy 4:12College: Liberty UniversityMajor: UndecidedThis is Sam’s first year in HS football at CAL. He hasworked hard throughout the season pushing himself andothers to get better each day. The speed he plays thegame with is often times unmatched. He is consistently ajoy to be around because of his positive attitude and hisdesire to improve on and off the field. In his short time asa CAL football player, he has certainly left a positivemark on the program.13 4


BOYS PLACE 6TH IN LOUISVILLE JV REGIONALTuesday of this week, Trinity High School provided an opportunity for Regional alternates to stay race sharp,in case needed for the State Meet and for others on the teams, one last shot at a PR. For the Christian Academyboys these goals were definitely accomplished on a damp, windy afternoon in Seneca Park. Seven of theeight runners who competed, ran their career best times. The only exception was Region alternate Clay Dennison,who suffered an asthma attack during the race. Alex Curry, Eric Lesmeister & Adam Waggener led theattack for the Centurions, crashing the 19 minute mark. The team placed 6th in a very competitive meet, containingall the top programs in the greater Louisville area.Christian Academy places & times45. Alex Curry, 18:3746. Eric Lesmeister, 18:3950. Adam Waggener, 18:4965. Jack Wegert, 19:1570. Michael Good, 19:2972. Matthew Sherman, 19:3282. Jared Kieckhefer, 20:1291. Clay Dennison, 21:48The middle school cheerleaders followed the football team to Lexington to cheer them on in the state tournament.Fans came with "game face on" as they enthusiastically rooted for the Centurions. The cheer team participatedin an in-game cheer competition against about 20 other teams and won 2nd place! Way to go CoachMisty and cheer team! Thanks fans, for your awesome support. :)View 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 and14


CAL VS SOUTH OLDHAMOn Tuesday night the CAL 8th Grade Girls put it on South Oldham MS 50-6 It was a total domination, from the opening tip....Using their patented FIRE PRESS the Centurions kept the ball on theirside of the court until they had a very quick 18-0 lead. Our team is built onplaying extremely hard defense and then getting the ball up the court asfast as possible....Coach Conti said.The girls where firing on all cylinders and very quickly put this oneaway...It was a running clock by the 3rd quarter...Scoring for the game :Natalie Collins 14, Emma Wesley 13, Summer Conti 9, Emma Frank 8.Jenna Barker 2, Caroline Horn 2 and Sydney Jarm 2Scoring 50 with a running clock for a big part of the game is very good, but we continue toshoot low percentage, we shoot just 37% 20-54 from 2 pointrange and 5-19 from 3 point range and just 5-9 free throws.We need to continue to improve on our shooting, while stillplaying extremely aggressive defense.These GIRL are good...we are a top 5 or 6 team in the Stateand they are working hard each week to get better...CAL VS. SHELBY WESTThe CAL 8th grade team hit the ground running on Thursday vs Shelby West in our 2nd awaygame in conference play. First quarter they delivered a shut out keeping Shelby scoreless to our 13points. Emma Wesley was hot delivering several back to buckets with Natalie Collins driving into score as well ending the quarter CAL 18 to 0. The girls delivered a punishing defense and heldShelby to only four points by the half. We doubled our score and were sitting comfortably at 31 vs4. Our offensive plays were looking great and with skillful passing around the bucket we managedto tire out West Shelby with their man to man defense. Caroline Horn scored 4 points of her ownand owned the half court line making it tough for West Shelby to bring the ball down. EmmaWesley and Natalie Collins were tough under the basket and were grabbing the rebounds whenour opponent attempted to score. It was an all out team effort Summer Conti had a remarkable 8steals and 5 assists against Shelby West.Heather Glidewell and Sydney Jarm took the floor and helped to hold West Shelby toonly 8 points by the final buzzer. Top scorer goes to Emma Wesley at 16; Natalie Collins 14; Summer Conti 6 points; EmmaFrank 5; Caroline Horn 4 points for a nice 47 points for the team. Final score CAL 47 vs West Shelby 8. Next we face some toughcompetition with Mt. Washington MS… stay tuned for more results.Can’t Make it to the Game?Follow Mike Batuello and Steve Shubert as theyihigh.com is sponsored by 1st Capital Bank of Kentucky,Charlie Wilson’s Appliance, & Van Zandt, Emrich & Cary Insurance15


The CAL 7 th grade girls basketball team includes:● Bella Griffee● Katie Kearfott● Sarah Ratterman● Riley Sexton● Macy SlossThe 7 th graders also participated in the CAL jamboree. CAL’s first game was against Oldham County Middle School. CAL startedslow - ended the first quarter down 8-0 but rallied to lead 10-8 at halftime. Once again, Coach Karst stressed the need to rebound– and Bella Griffee and Riley Sexton combined for 15 rebounds, 11 in the second half. CAL slowly pulled away in thesecond half and posted a 22-19 win.In the second game CAL faced Mt. Washington. This was the fourth game of the day for some of the girls – and the last game ofthe jamboree. Mt. Washington won 35-22 and then joined the CAL girls at mid-court for a closing prayer.CAL opens up league play on Tuesday, 16 October at 6:30 at Oldham County Middle School.Top performers (vs. Oldham County):Sami Karst - 10 points, 8 stealsRiley Sexton - 2 points, 8 reboundsBella Griffee - 7 reboundsCasey Jane Mann - 7 rebounds, 2 pointsTop performers (vs. Mt. Washington):Casey Jane Mann - 11 pts, 4 rebounds, 3 steals, 1 blockHayley Ice - 4 pointsSarah McDonald - 3 points, 4 rebounds, 2 stealsRiley Sexton - 6 rebounds, 1 steal(continued on next page)Purchase Hi Resolution digital photos ofCAL sports at www.calsportsnation.com .Photographer and CAL parent DerrickDixon will email your digital files withinView 24 CAL hours. High Cost School is only $4 sports each LIVE, 3 for $10.in the palm of your HandNew photos are always being uploaded to the website.HiScore is an iPhone application that can be downloaded directly to your hand held device. Students,parents, sports Contact fans, alumni, Derrick and at drvdixon@yahoo.comfuture CAL families, can check to CAL schedule sports’ scores your LIVE from photo their iPhone shoot 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 andGet Your Athletic Pass Today and SAVE16


CAL JamboreeThe CAL 7 th grade girls participated in the CAL jamboree. CAL’s first game was against Oldham County Middle School. CAL started slow -ended the first quarter down 8-0 but rallied to lead 10-8 at halftime. Once again, Coach Karst stressed the need to rebound – and Bella Griffeeand Riley Sexton combined for 15 rebounds, 11 in the second half. CAL slowly pulled away in the second half and posted a 22-19 win.In the second game of the jamboree CAL faced Mt. Washington. This was the fourth game of the day for some of the girls – and the last gameof the jamboree. Mt. Washington won 35-22 and then joined the CAL girls at mid-court for a closing prayer.Oldham County Middle SchoolOn Tuesday, 16 October the CAL 7 th grade girl’s basketball team opened league play against Oldham County Middle School. The Centurionsopened up an early lead – but were unable to hold it and fell to 0-1 in league play.Top performers vs. OCMS:Sarah Ratterman – 3 points, 6 rebounds, 3 stealsRiley Sexton – 4 points, 5 rebounds, 1 blockCasey Jane Mann – 12 points, 5 rebounds, 6 stealsSami Karst – 4 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assistZonetonNext up for CAL was the Zoneton Timberwolves on Tuesday, 23 October. The game was a Breast Cancer awareness event. Like the 6 th graders,the CAL 7 th grade team was outfitted in pink socks and shoelaces as well as a pink “CAL Cares” t-shirt under their uniforms.The CAL girls started out slow and were down 5-2 at the end of the first quarter. The mediocre effort continued through the second quarter andCAL found themselves down 11-6 at the half. After a spirited halftime talk from Coach Karst the CAL girls began to get aggressive and closed thegap to 16-9 at the end of the third quarter. Sensing that the momentum was turning Coach Karst started the fourth quarter in a full-court press.Steals and points followed – including two three-pointers by Sami Karst’s. Sarah Ratterman was everywhere – forcing turnovers pulling downrebounds. With 22 seconds left CAL had pulled into a 21-21 tie. Casey Jane Mann scored two of her six fourth quarter points following an offensiverebound and CAL was up 23-21 with 10 seconds left. Zoneton missed a three point try at the buzzer to preserve the CAL win.Top performers vs. Zoneton:Casey Jane Mann – 7 points, 6 rebounds, 3 stealsSarah McDonald – 7 points, 6 rebounds, 1 stealHayley Ice – 4 points, 2 assists and 2 stealsSouth Oldham Middle SchoolThe CAL girls fought hard against South Oldham Middle School. After falling behind early the CAL girls made a furious rally in the third quarter.Unfortunately, CAL went scoreless in the fourth quarter and fell 25-16. CAL remained winless in league play.Top performers vs. South Oldham:Sarah McDonald 5 points, 8 rebounds, 1 assistSami Karst 4 points - 2 assists, 2 stealsSarah Ratterman - 4 points, 2 rebounds, 1 stealRiley Sexton - 1 point, 5 rebounds(continued from previous page)View CAL High School sports LIVE,Shelby WestCAL continued league play on 01 November 2012 - facing the undefeated Shelby West Mountaineers. CAL made a great first quarter defensiveeffort and was ahead at the end of the first quarter 4-2. The second quarter in featured the palm a bit more of scoring your and Hand a continuation of the defensive pressure.At halftime CAL was down 13-10. CAL was plagued by turnovers in the third quarter and was down 20-13 at the end of three quarters.CAL followed up a difficult third quarter with an excellent fourth quarter. Unfortunately, the CAL girls were to far behind and fell to ShelbyWest 28-21.HiScore is an iPhone application that can be downloaded directly to your hand held device. Students,parents, sports fans, alumni, andTop performers vs. Shelby West:Bella Griffee - 2 points, 4 rebounds, 1 stealCasey Jane Mann - 9 points, 4 rebounds future 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,Sarah Ratterman - 4 points, 5 rebounds, 2 stealsUp Next –show play-by-play announcements, and real time updates. Keep track of CAL’s high school’s1. Away - Mount Washington Middle School scores on 05 November and updates (non-conference)LIVE, in the palm of your hand. To Download, go to the Apple App Store and2. Away - Shelby East Middle School on 08 November 2012 (conference)3. Home - CAL vs. Christian Academy of Indiana on 10 November 2012Click here to subscribe to enews17


The 2012 CAL 6 th grade girls basketball team includes:● Emily Amin● Isabel Clem● Catherine Eckerle● Lucy Gilbert● Lizzy Gresham● Hannah Heacock● Riley Hostutler● Hayley Ice● Sami Karst● Casey Jane Mann● Sarah McDonaldOn Saturday, 13 October the CAL 6 th grade girls basketball team participated in the annual CAL jamboree.In the first game of the jamboree CAL lost to Bondurant in overtime 45-38. It was an exciting, back andforth physical game. CAL had the lead half-way through the fourth quarter but Bondurant moved in front bythree with 8 seconds to go. Sami Karst brought the crowd to its feet with a three at the buzzer to force overtime.Although the CAL girls lost it was a great first game for the team.In the second game of the jamboree CAL faced a seasoned Mt. Washington team. Both teams played welland the lead changed hands several times. After the Bondurant game Coach Karst stressed the need for CALto rebound. They responded – with Casey Jane Mann and Sarah McDonald totaling 8 rebounds each. Despitean excellent team effort CAL fell to Mt. Washington 32-29.CAL opens up league play on Tuesday, 16 October at 5:30 at Oldham County Middle School.Top performers (vs. Bondurant):Sami Karst - 14 pts, 3 stealsHayley Ice - 6 points, 2 assistsHannah Heacock - 6 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assistsTop performers (vs. Mt. Washington):Casey Jane Mann - 9 points, 8 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 stealSarah McDonald - 9 points 8 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 steals(continued on next page)Monday: CLOSEDTuesday: 7:30-9:30amWednesday: 7:30-9:30amThursday: 2:30-5:30pmFriday : 2:30-5:30pm18


Oldham County Middle SchoolOn Tuesday, 16 October the CAL 6 th grade girl’s basketball team opened league play at Oldham County Middle School. The Centurions jumpedout to an early lead on the Colonels and never looked back. Isabel Clem powered her way to 14 rebounds as CAL moved to 1-0 in league play -beating the Colonels 35-8.Top performers vs. OCMS:Casey Jane Mann – 9 points, 3 rebounds, 4 stealsSami Karst – 7 points, 7 steals 1 assistHayley Ice – 6 points, 2 assistsIsabel Clem – 14 rebounds, 4 stealsZonetonNext up for CAL was the Zoneton Timberwolves on Tuesday, 23 October. The out of conference game against the Timberwolves was atZoneton - and was Breast Cancer awareness event. The CAL team looked sharp - being outfitted in pink socks and shoelaces as well as a pink“CAL Cares” t-shirt under their uniforms.The game was played with five minute quarters and a running clock. CAL jumped out to a fast start – leading 10-3 at the end of the first quarterand held an 18-7 halftime lead. The home crowd really got behind their team and Zoneton made a second half push for the lead. CAL was coolunder pressure and prevailed 24-18.Top performers vs. Zoneton:Casey Jane Mann – 7 points, 6 rebounds, 3 stealsSarah McDonald – 7 points, 6 rebounds, 1 stealHayley Ice – 4 points, 2 assists and 2 stealsSouth Oldham Middle SchoolCAL returned to league play on 30 October 2012 - facing the South Oldham Middle School Dragons at home. The CAL girls started out slowand were down 6-2 at the end of the first quarter. All of the Dragons points came in the paint. In the second quarter Hannah Heacock stepped upbig – recording 6 of her team high 9 rebounds coupled with 2 points and a steal. CAL led 11-8 at the half. CAL opened up the third quarter in apress and it paid dividends as the team pushed the lead to 27-14 at the end of the third quarter. Cal closed out the Dragons 35-21 and moved to 2-0 in league play.Top performers vs. South Oldham:Hannah Heacock – 9 rebounds, 2 points, 1 stealCasey Jane Mann – 14 points, 4 rebounds, 1 stealSarah McDonald – 10 points, 9 rebounds, 2 stealsIsabel Clem – 7 rebounds, 3 stealsSami Karst – 3 assistsHayley Ice – 2 assistsShelby West Middle SchoolCAL continued league play on 01 November 2012 - facing the undefeated Shelby West Mountaineers. The coaches from both teams stressedthat this game was for the league lead. At the end of the first quarter the teams were tied. A back and forth second quarter ended with CAL upby three at the half. CAL was plagued by turnovers in the third quarter but held a five point lead as the fourth quarter started. The fourth quarterfeatured all of the intensity that would be expected from two teams View undefeated CAL in High league School play. Shelby West sports missed a LIVE, shot at the buzzer – andCAL prevailed, winning 19-18. CAL moved to 3-0 in league play.Top performers vs. Shelby West:Hannah Heacock – 6 rebounds, 4 points, 2 stealCasey Jane Mann – 6 points, 1 rebounds, 1 stealSarah McDonald – 2 points, 4 reboundsIsabel Clem – 2 points, 4 reboundsSami Karst – 3 pointscontinued from previous page)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.on 05 The November application (non-conference)is intuitive and can even display updates to the sport you are viewing,Up Next –1. Away - Mount Washington Middle School2. Away - Shelby East Middle School on 08 show November play-by-play 2012 (conference)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 and19


CAL 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, Sports Information Coordinator 244-3225 ext. 1054, hfoster@caschools.usFor CAL Sports Game and Practice Schedules visit: www.cachools.us/centurion-athleticsTHE CENTURION ARMORY 753-4598FALL SPORTS: HIGH SCHOOLCross Country-Lowery Stallings,lowery_stallings@yahoo.comCheerleading-Marletta Firman, calcheerleaders@gmail.comField Hockey-Jeremy Nelson, j.j.nelson@att.netFootball-Stefan LeFors, slefors@caschools.usGolf Boys’-Jay Dortch, jayd@fsgweb.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-Patty Ernst, pernst@midamericasportscenter.comMIDDLE SCHOOL:Cross Country– Brittney McClean, bmclean@caschools.us; Cody Patterson, cpatty20@gmail.comCheerleading-Marletta Firman, calcheerleaders@gmail.comField Hockey– Jeremy Nelson, j.j.nelson@att.netFootball-(7th/8th) - Stefan LeFors, slefors@caschools.usVolleyball– Tracie Frist, tfrist@insightbb.comTennis Girls/Boys Rhonda Arnold, rarnold@caschools.usWINTER 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– Misty Milby-Cochran, calmiddlecheer@yahoo.comSwimming, Amy Albiero, albierofamily@juno.comSPRING 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– TBDGirls 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.usGet Your Athletic Pass Today and SAVE20

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