When Head Lacrosse Coach Jeff Miles first met Hunter Vines '18 six years ago, he was just 5 foot 2, 110 pounds. Miles saw talent but had no idea Hunter would turn into the player and man he is today.
Congratulations are in order for Christ School head coach Randy Ashley and Kevin Snyder '19 who were named 3-A Coach of the Year and Athlete of the Year, respectively, by the NCISAA's Track & Field Coaches Association for their work throughout the 2018 season.
Recent graduate Faris Serafim '18, a former all-conference soccer player who suffered an ACL tear early in the 2017 season, has decided to continue his career at Lees-McRae College.
Some high school basketball players go viral after a big dunk. Few stay viral.
Last year, the Greenies lacrosse team, led by Head Coach Jeff Miles, headed out on the field looking for their first State Championship. 363 days later, Christ School lacrosse was on the same field looking to win back-to-back NCISAA Division 1 State Championships.
On May 18th and 19th, the NCISAA 3A State Track Championship was held at Ravenscroft School in Raleigh, NC. Christ School had 16 boys on the State track roster and all came ready to compete. The 2018 spring season was loaded with strong individual results and the boys were finally prepped and charged to go after the best teams in the NCISAA 3A class.
Hunter Vines ’19
Hunter Vines ’19 had 14 assists, 52 groundballs, and 18 goals (including 2 game winners) in the month of March.