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As a little girl, Mallary Clay would wade into whatever creek she could. The hunt was always on for the shy freshwater crustaceans known as crayfish.
January's Student and Residential Life Awards were given out Friday during Assembly in Pingree Auditorium.
This weekend, members of the Christ School Track and Field team will head to the prestigious North Carolina – Virginia Indoor Showcase to compete against some of the region's best runners and field athletes.
Philip Hodges '18 signed up for Arabic three years ago without a second thought.
On Monday, the Christ School basketball team headed to Greenville to match-up with perennial powerhouse Norcross (GA) High School in the MLK Classic. Down 19-3 to the start the game, the Greenies five-game win streak appeared to be in peril.
Monday was much more than a day of remembrance as Christ School honored the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Last track season, Kevin Snyder '19 was named the Asheville Citizen Times All-WNC Track Athlete of the Year. Snyder, now a junior, won the 3A NCISAA State Long Jump as a freshman and sophomore, including setting a school record in last year's state meet.
Varsity Basketball picked up two more wins this weekend, moving to 14-7 on the season, after defeating Asheville School and Knoxville Christian.
Jimmy Burke '18 sees a little of himself in the superheroes he draws. The creative freedom that pulsates through the Kennedy-Herterich Art Studio will do that to a boy.