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Grace Christian School
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
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Endeavor Charter School
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
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Grace Christian School
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
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St. Timothy's School
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
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Roster

  • Sheppard Ames
    2024
  • Jonathan Anders
    2024
  • James Breswitz
    2025
  • Cruz English
    2023
  • Jude English
    2025
  • Spencer Graves
    2024
  • Wilson Hauser
    2024
  • Clay Lewis
    2023
  • Laurence Maddison
    2024
  • Christopher Messmore
    2023
  • Jackson Moore
    2023
  • Tomas Retana
    2024
  • Pierson Rollman
    2025
  • Fletcher Steele
    2024
  • Mitchell Walston
    2023
  • Jon Ward
    2023
  • Tucker Wells
    2025
  • Gray Williams
    2025
  • Johnston Wilson
    2024

Coaches

Team Stories

MS Soccer Ends Season

The middle school boys soccer season is over after a 5-2 loss at Wake Christian Tuesday in the conference tournament semi-finals.  Jackson Moore scored and assisted on Jack Wilson’s goal for the Warriors. “Every player showed marked improvement over the course of the season,” said coach Nate Antiel, whose team finished 6-6. “They learned how to play various systems and formations, how to control pace and attack space and they had fun doing it. More importantly, they saw glimpses of beautiful soccer-really elegant, possession based soccer. That’s rare in middle school and it was wonderful to watch. Our guys are on their way toward having sterling varsity careers.” 

MS Soccer Moves On

The middle school soccer Warriors advanced to the conference tournament semi-finals with a 4-2 victory at Cary Christian Monday. Beck Maddison scored all four goals to lead St. David’s (6-5). “We did an excellent job of shooting for side nets and getting multiple people involved,” said coach Nate Antiel. “Defensively, our back line did an excellent job taking away through-balls. Our keeper also played well. We played with heart, stepped hard to the ball and made Cary Christian earn every inch of space.” Jackson Moore had two assists and Chris Messmore had one. The fifth seeded Warriors travel to top-seeded Wake Christian Tuesday.

MS Soccer Sinks Mariners

The middle school soccer team won, 4-2, at Magellan Thursday. Beck Maddison had a hat trick in the first half, then Chris Messmore added a goal in the second half. “We played really well,” said coach Nate Antiel, whose team is 5-5. “Our work in practice is paying off as we controlled pace and moved the ball well.” The Warriors host St. Timothy’s Monday to end the regular season. The CAMSC tournament begins Friday.

MS Wins On PK

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.

MS Soccer Falls To CC

The middle school soccer Warriors lost to Cary Christian, 2-1, Wednesday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. The Knights scored in the final minute. “We waited too long to start playing,” said coach Nate Antiel, whose team is 3-3.  “We played well in the second half, but overcome the deficit.” Jack Wilson scored the Warriors goal with 13 minutes left.  

MS Soccer Tames Tigers

The middle school soccer team won its second straight match, 5-2, over Trinity Academy of Raleigh Thursday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. The Warriors (3-2) jumped out to a 4-0 lead at halftime on two goals from Clay Lewis and one from Chris Messmore and Beck Maddison. Tomas Retana and Jack Wilson each had a pair of assists. Maddison capped the scoring with a second half goal on a pass from Messmore. “We’ve played really well this week,” said coach Nate Antiel. “We are controlling pace and getting good shots. We had five go in today and another five that were on target.”

PK Winner

The middle school soccer Warriors mounted a second half comeback that resulted in a 3-2 victory over Franklin Academy on a steamy Tuesday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. St. David’s trailed 1-0 until the final minute of the first half, when Beck Maddison’s goal on a pass from Jackson Moore tied it at intermission. Maddison scored again nine minutes into the second half on an assist from Jack Wilson for a 2-1 lead, but the Falcons answered with the tying goal a few minutes later, but Chris Messmore answered with a penalty kick goal for the winning margin. “We won because we are executing what we work on in practice,” said coach Nate Antiel, whose team is 2-2. “We want to spread the field so the ball doesn’t always go to the middle, then control tempo with a good pace. We want to be patient with the ball so our attackers can get into shooting position. We did those things very well today and got the result we wanted.” 

MS Soccer Wins Big

The middle school boys soccer team started the season with a 5-0 rout of Ravenscroft Thursday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. Jude English scored on a pass from Tomas Retana for a 1-0 halftime lead. Retana scored early in the second half, then English followed a minute later for a 3-0 advantage. Beck Maddison scored the final two goals for the Warriors. “It was a great way to open the season,” said coach Nate Antiel. “We passed with good pace and played unselfishly. Blake Walston had a clean sheet in goal with several great saves.”