Christ School Athletic Director Eric Thorp '01 announced Wednesday the appointment of Ryan Herrmann as Christ School's Head Lacrosse Coach, effective July 1, 201
Coming off of their first loss on the season, Christ School Lacrosse regrouped to defeat Asheville School, 18-3 at home on Tuesday night.
A number of Greenies student-athletes and teams were nominated for WNC Sports Awards for their athletic performances in the past year. The 58th WNC Sports Awards Banquet will be held at the Grove Park Inn on May 19th. Last year, nearly 1000 people attended the ceremony recognizing excellence in athletics. More than 120 local high school athletes and teams will be recognized. Conducted by the Mountain Amateur Athletic Club, the banquet will honor finalists for 24 awards and will present 15 scholarships to deserving student athletes!
Heading in to the second quarter, the Greenies found themselves tied 2-2. 12 minutes later, Christ School had given up five goals, the most they had given up in a single quarter all season.
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.
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.
ANDREW GRANDE '21
Andrew hit an incredible .680 this month, 18 hits, 16 runs and got a hit in every game. Additionally, he was perfect from the field recording no errors.
XANDER BARBER '23
While playing #1 singles and doubles for Christ School, Xander recorded a perfect month for the Greenies going 8 for 8.