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Village Christian Academy
Village Christian Academy
Loss 1-2
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North Raleigh Christian Academy
North Raleigh Christian Academy
Loss 0-2

Roster

  • Anisa Barutis
    2022
    Cary, NC
  • Margaret Batchelder
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Lucy Dixon
    2021
    Raleigh, NC
  • Samantha Leshnock
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • McKenna Lewis
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Avery Lloyd
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Olivia O'Han
    2022
  • Kyra Parker
    2022
    Wake Forest, NC
  • Leah Rufenacht
    2022
  • Elizabeth Wiley
    2022
    Raleigh, NC

Coaches

Team Stories

Warriors Pound RMA
Steve Barnes

The varsity football Warriors rolled over Rocky Mount Academy, 52-14, Friday night at John A. Murray Field. St. David’s (4-0) turned an 8-8 second quarter tie into a 44-8 advantage late in the third quarter behind explosive senior Tai Goode, who ran for 184 yards on 14 carries with three touchdowns and caught four passes for 160 yards and two more TD’s. Goode has 21 touchdowns so far this season. “I’m just glad he’s on our team,” said coach Dan Casey. “He took over midway through the second quarter and I don’t think anybody catches him when he gets going.” Goode scored on plays of 37, 39, 55 and 79 yards, the last two on back-to-back touches. Quarterback James Talton was 8-11 for 250 yards and four touchdowns, two to senior reciver Robert Batchelder, as the Warriors rolled up 555 yards of total offense. “James made some excellent plays for us and our defense played consistently well. Cooper Crosby, Troy Exum, Ford Everett and Matthew Haist were making tackles all over the field.” The Warriors host Parrott Academy Friday for Homecoming. St. David's senior James Motter took the photo that accompanies this post.

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MS Wins On PK
Steve Barnes

The middle school soccer Warriors bounced back from a tough loss to Cary Christian Wednesday with a 3-2 victory over Grace Christian in a match decided by penalty kicks Friday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. Jude Cruz buried the Warriors second PK for the win. “We kept our composure after we lost the lead,” said coach Nate Antiel, whose team led 2-0 early in the second half. “We played well as a team, but had two bad minutes that forced us into overtime. Blake Walston came through for us in goal during the PK’s and Chris (Messmore) and Jude (English) scored the goals to win.” Beck Maddison and Tucker Wells scored the two SDS goals in regulation. The Warriors are 4-3 and host St. Timothy’s Monday.

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  • Soccer - MS Boys
Steve Barnes

The JV football Warriors earned their first victory, 46-6, at Rocky Mount Academy Thursday night. “We had a more energetic start and kept it going,” said coach Hunter Whitworth, whose team is 1-2. “Will Nicolson made opponents miss when he  carried the ball. He blew past some tacklers and ran through others. (QB) Caleb Henson was efficient passing and running. The offensive line protected him well and the defense gave up one big play, then settled down.” St. David’s travels to Kinston to meet Parrott Academy Thursday. 

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Warriors Work Overtime
Steve Barnes

Two 40-minute halves and two five minute overtimes weren’t enough, so penalty kicks decided Thursday’s varsity soccer match against Grace Christian. The Eagles prevailed 3-2 after out-scoring St. David’s, 5-4, on PK’s. Miller Ashe’s goal gave the Warriors a 1-0 halftime lead, but Grace tied it midway thru the second half. Ashe connected again for a 2-1 lead with 14 minutes left, but the Eagles responded with the tying goal with six minutes to play and eventually, the winning penalty kick. “It was a tough loss,” said coach Jose Cornejo, whose team is 5-5. “We did not play as a cohesive unit and let them back in the game. They took advantage and beat us in PK’s.”

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The middle school tennis Warriors dropped a 5-4 decision to North Raleigh Christian Academy Thursday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. St. David’s had to forfeit one singles and one doubles match because of absent players and couldn’t overcome the deficit. “It’s too bad, but our sixth graders were on their class trip,” said coach Emily Nelson. “The rest of the team competed hard and tried their best.” Sibley Hash (8-1), Margaret Scoggin (8-4) and Madison George (8-0) won singles, while Hash/Scoggin (8-4) took doubles.

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