Dorman High School in Spartanburg has nearly 2,600 students, but the sheer numbers didn't intimidate Christ School Lacrosse as JV led the evening off with a 6-6 tie.
Over spring break, Christ School lacrosse picked up four more wins to improve our record to 5-0. On the first Friday of break, the Greenies defeated Porter Gaud (2018 SC private School state champs) 15-4, followed by Oceanside Academy (2018 SC 3A Public state champs) 14-7 on Saturday.
The Greenies opened their season with a convincing 15-3 win over Greenville High (SC). On the offensive side of the ball, Jack Harrison '19 led the way with 4 goals and 3 assists, while Davis Lindsey '20 added 3 goals and 3 assists and Zack Grinde '19 added 2 goals, 2 assists, and 7 ground balls.
The Christ School Lacrosse program has won back-to-back NCISAA Division I state championships, but while a three-peat is in their minds, playing great lacrosse is the focus.
For just the second time in school history, the Greenies basketball finished as the state runner-ups. Christ School finished as the runner ups in 2006, and on Saturday, after an amazing close the season, the Greenies fell to Greensboro Day School, 65-53 in the 4A NCISAA State Championship.
Two months ago the Greenies hosted Charlotte Christian and lost by 20 points. This past weekend however, Christ School basketball won when it mattered most, defeating the #1 ranked Charlotte Christian squad, 52-45.
FRANK HOWDEN '22 - VARSITY SWIMMING
Frank placed second in the biggest regular season meet (Tuscola Invitational), coming first in the 100 breast stroke and achieving a 4 second PR in the 200 individual medley. On Wednesday, he PRd again by another 4 seconds in the 200 individual medley to place second, and placed first in the 100 breast stroke. With relays and individual events he has three 1sts, two 2nds, and two 3rds. He uses every minute of practice and is relentless about perfecting his strategy for speed.