Kevin Snyder' 19 made an impact for Christ School Track and Field immediately as a freshman, but with help from Head Coach Randy Ashley and Demeseh Cobb, he transformed himself into an All-American jumper and one of the most decorated athletes in North Carolina. He will take that experience and compete at the Division I level next year. Snyder committed to the University of Miami on Monday, accepting a full athletic scholarship that will allow him to compete in the ACC for the next four years.
Rest assured, whenever there is a family gathering in Kingsport, Tenn., the one-on-one games between the Halvorsen brothers can still get as intense as ever.
In her first game as JV Basketball Head Coach, Mallary Clay saw her boys take a leap by defeating a highly-touted Legacy Charter team, 47-33.
Christ School's campus has changed a good bit since Marshall Plumlee '11 was walking from class to class in his green blazer. However, some aspects of the Greenie experience are eternal.
On a cool October afternoon, thousands of Christ School and Asheville, students, faculty, alumni and parents were on hand to witness the 92nd meeting of "The Game." In the first ever matchup in 1911, Asheville School shut out Christ School to the tune of 84-0. In 2018, the Greenies returned the favor, defeated the Blues, 48-0 in an incredible team performance.