On a beautiful fall Wednesday, Christ School hosted the Carolinas Athletic Association Cross Country Championships.
The Christ School offense has been putting up historical numbers in 2018, averaging nearly 50 points per game. Yet, it was the Christ School defense that led the way on Friday night against a 5-2 Charlotte Latin team.
Friday evening at Rabun Gap was a sight to see. The Greenie offense showed out against the Eagles to the tune of 66-38 road win.
As Christ School headed into Fall Break, the Greenies football team had to take care of business against Victory Christian before enjoying a few, much-needed days off.
It was a great day for Greenie Soccer on Tuesday as both the Junior Varsity and Varsity teams left the field victorious.
Christ School's varsity soccer team has faced a tough early-season schedule again this year, and after nine games a 3-6 overall and 0-4 vs NCISAA 4A schools.
With a bye week for Christ School football, the Greenies find themselves resting after four consecutive weeks of games.
With an injury to All-State running back Sidney Gibbs '19, Christ School took some time to get going against visiting Cannon School on Friday night, but finally did in the second half.
For the first time in nearly half a decade, Christ School football will face the Cougars of Cannon School. Both teams come into the game having won their first game and lost their second. Cannon School defeated North Raleigh Christian Academy, 38-0, but lost to Mitchell High School, 27-6 in their game last Friday.