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The Lady Saints volleyball team hosted the Chancellors of St. Thomas More Academy (Raleigh) in the 1st round of the NCISAA 2A tournament. The Saints won 3-0 (25-6, 25-17, 25-12). Next up for the Saints is The Epiphany School of Global Studies on Thursday at 5:00 p.m. at the JPII Athletic Center. The following is from Jim Green of The Daily Reflector: Both teams had trouble scoring off their own serve early in the first set. JPII finally took control on Mary Grace Flowers’ serve, when a tap at the net by Cayley Davenport gave the home team a 5-4 lead. From there, Flowers stepped to the service line and reeled off four consecutive points, one of which was a kill from Calie Phelps to go ahead 9-5. After kills from Flowers and Jamie Galinis (the latter on a set from Cayley Davenport, Phelps served 10 straight points to make it 21-6. Galinis recorded the final three points in a set that took just 12 minutes. A five-point service run by Hailey Davenport gave the Saints a 6-2 lead early in the second set, and the home team still had command when the Chancellors (3-7) were able to make a couple of runs to slice the deficit to one (15-14). A Flowers kill off a set from Cayley Davenport stopped STMA’s momentum, and the Saints eventually pulled away behind Phelps, Galinis, Maggie Geiger, and Cayley Davenport to go up two sets to none. A service run of five points by Cayley Davenport pushed the Saints ahead 6-1 in the final set, but the Chancellors cut the deficit to two (7-5) behind Kaitlyn Baxley and Catherine d’Argenio. The home team pulled away again behind Hailey Davenport (four points, one on a tap at the net by Flowers following Cayley Davenport’s short set), five points from Phelps, a kill from Flowers, and a tap by Cayley Davenport to end the Chancellors’ season....

10/20/2020

The Saints cross country teams placed three runners on the All-Conference Team as both the men and women placed 3rd in team competition at the CPIC Championships today at Wayne Country Day. Maggie Geiger (6th) and Reagan Hollenbaugh (10th) were all-CPIC for the women, who were just two points behind runner-up Wayne Christian. Jessica Corley was 14th, Gabi Kennedy was 18th, and Kathryn Kaoud was 19th. A hard-charging Esteban Escobar passed two runners in the last 150 yards and nearly finished 3rd as he finished 4th in the men's race to earn all-conference. The men's team placed behind Greenfield and WCDS in team competition. Tyler Moore finished 19th followed by Bryan Arvizu (22nd), Johnallen King (26th), and Hayden Danielson (28th). CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF THESE SAINTS! ...

10/19/2020

Varsity volleyball (11-0) defeated both Wayne Christian and Greenfield today to win the CPIC Tournament. Sophomore Hailey Davenport was named Tournament MVP and Davenport, Mary Grace Flowers, Drea Gauquie, and Calie Phelps were named to the All-Tournament Team. The following season honors were also announced today: Conference Player of the Year: Mary Grace Flowers All-Conference Players: Cayley Davenport, Hailey Davenport, Mary Grace Flowers, Jamie Galinis, and Calie Phelps Congratulations to the Lady Saints and Coach Trayce Ruffin!...

10/17/2020

Football moves to 3-1 after defeating Grace Christian 68-48. Senior Josiah Thompson stuffed the stat sheet tonight with 31 carries for 403 yards and 8 rushing touchdowns. He also had an interception on defense and 8 tackles. The Saints offense rushed for 548 yards on 58 carries, an average of 9.4 yards per carry. Five of the ten touchdowns went for more than 40 yards including two over 50....

10/16/2020

The Lady Saints volleyball team defeated the Liberty Christian Heat at the JPII Athletic Center 3-0 (25-17, 25-12, 25-21)....

10/14/2020

Varsity volleyball traveled to Greenfield School and won in straight sets 3-0 to move to 7-0 and clinch the CPIC regular-season championship. The Saints have yet to drop a set all season....

10/13/2020

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