Christ School was the last football team to beat NCISAA Division I champion Charlotte Providence Day and the Greenies proved their worthiness on other occasions, too.
Their representation on this year’s NCISAA all-state team is not lacking.
Five players from Christ School were chosen by the panel of coaches – Bryce Sain ’22 (running back), Eli Brasher ’22 (offensive line), and Cayden Jones ‘24 (defensive back) made the first team, Charlie Bednar ’22 (offensive line) is on the second team, and Quinton Cancel ‘23 (defensive) is an honorable mention selection.
The Christ School Athletic Department is pleased to announce its end-of-season awards for Fall Sports. Each winner was determined by the coaches and will have their names added to plaques in the Beaver Student Center.
Seth Shuler ’23 proves that age is only a number every time he hits the water.
The Christ School junior is the youngest fly-fishing guide in the state of North Carolina, which is an honor in and of itself.
Readers of the Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine believe that Seth’s ability to find trout is well beyond his years, too, having nominated him for Fly-Fishing Guide of the Year in the publication’s 12th annual “Best of the Blue Ridge” year-end awards.
The son of Christ School Outdoor Program Director Mike Mohney P’23 has always gravitated to the type of recreation that western North Carolina's mountains are best known for. Whitewater kayaking, in particular.
For something that hadn’t happened in 17 years, it makes sense that it took a little extra time Friday night.
The Charlotte Christian defense had kept Bryce Sain ’22 bottled-up for much of the evening. Christ School’s primary rusher and his blockers kept plugging away on Senior Night. Needing a touchdown to win in overtime, the Greenies handed off the ball twice to Bryce – the second being a 2-yard carry that propelled them to a long-awaited 34-31 victory.