This Saturday, three Greenie Lacrosse alums will square off at the collegiate level as High Point University and St. Bonaventure face off at 11:00AM at High Point University.
When Head Lacrosse Coach Jeff Miles first met Hunter Vines '18 six years ago, he was just 5 foot 2, 110 pounds. Miles saw talent but had no idea Hunter would turn into the player and man he is today.
Last year, the Greenies lacrosse team, led by Head Coach Jeff Miles, headed out on the field looking for their first State Championship. 363 days later, Christ School lacrosse was on the same field looking to win back-to-back NCISAA Division 1 State Championships.
For the third consecutive year the Greenies lacrosse team will advance to the State Championship, this time after defeating Charlotte Country Day School 16-9.
Joey Cinque '17 has made the transition from high school to college lacrosse look easy. Cinque led Florida's Rollins College in goals scored (30) as a freshman.
Two weeks of training camp weeded out the players that the Atlanta Blaze wanted for their Major League Lacrosse team. A Christ School alumnus made the cut.
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.