The varsity boys' golf team traveled to Kiawah Island to compete over the long weekend, and defeated Porter Gaud High School 317-325 on Thursday (led by Austin Sharrett - 74 and Blake Jamison - 76), and 301-310 on Friday (led by Austin Sharrett - 69, Wyatt Nabatoff - 73, and Will Gray - 79). Next up, the Hawks face Carmel Christian School at Cedarwood on April 25th. Go Hawks!
The varsity boys' lacrosse team defeated Country Day in a close match-up on Thursday, April 19th and now has four consecutive conference wins heading into a rematch with Providence Day on Tuesday, 4/24.
The Hawks honored their seniors in the last home game of the season on Friday, April 19th. In addition to a 3-1 victory over Country Day, they celebrated senior captain Mary Elliott McCabe's 100th career goal. The team remains undefeated in conference play and will be on the road for the remainder of the regular season, and first up is a rematch with Providence Day on Tuesday, April 24th at 7:00.
The varsity girls' lacrosse team had a huge home victory on Thursday, April 19th, defeating the Country Day Bucs for the first time in program history with a 15-13 win on the new South Campus turf. The Hawks will be on the road next week, traveling to Providence Day on April 26th, then heading to Georgia for two non-conference games Friday and Saturday. Go Hawks!
The varsity boys' tennis team kept in close in doubles play, but was overwhelmed by the strength of the Country Day individual players and ultimate fell to the Bucs, 0-9. The Hawks hope to rebound next week as they travel to Providence Day on April 24th for a chance to split the series with the Chargers.
The JV girls' soccer team remains undefeated in conference play with only two games remaining. The Hawks defeated Covenant Day on April 17th, then won over Country Day on April 19th with the same score: 3-1. Next week, they'll play Providence Day and Covenant Day on the road. Go Hawks!
The Hawks hosted Country Day, Indian Land High School, Metrolina Christian Academy and Union Academy on April 18th. Thanks to all of the volunteers and coaches who helped make this large meet run smoothly! The team will compete next week at Charlotte Christian before gearing up for CISAA and NCISAA Championships.
With the 8th grade away on its annual trip, the 7th grade Hawks competed with a small contingency at Charlotte Christian on April 18th. Now the team is gearing up for the GCMSAA Championship on Friday, April 27th at Providence Day. Events begin at 2:00 p.m. Go Hawks!
The JV girls' lacrosse team found redemption with a victory over Country Day on the new South Campus turf field on Thursday, April 19th, winning 5-4. The Hawks have a non-conference game this week at Cuthbertson on Wednesday (4:30) before playing the JV conference tournament on April 27th. Go Hawks!
The 7th grade girls' lacrosse team completed its season undefeated with a final victory on April 18th against Sun Valley at home 10-6. The Hawks finished with a record of 9-1-0! The future of the Hawks' girls' lacrosse program is very bright. Congrats girls!
The middle school boys' golf team played Country Day during the annual 8th grade field trip, so the 7th grade Hawks represented the team. Back to full force, the team will play Carmel Christian on Monday, April 23rd at Raintree.
The varsity baseball team kept it close for six innings in its game with Charlotte Christian on Tuesday, April 17th, but ultimately fell 5-11 to the Knights. They'll have a chance for redemption on Thursday, April 19th when the two teams play again at Charlotte Christian. Go Hawks!
The midThe middle school boys' lacrosse team finished the regular season with a 5-1-4 record and are seeded 5th in the GCMSAA conference tournament. The Hawks will play the first round game at Holy Trinity on Monday, April 23rd at 5:30. If they win, they'll move on to round two against the winner of the Covenant Day/Cannon School game. Go Hawks!
The middle school girls' soccer team finished its regular season seeded fifth in the conference and will head to Charlotte Country Day for tournament play on Monday, April 23rd for a 4:15 game. If the Hawks win, they'll play the victor of the Providence Day/Covenant Day game on 4/25. Go Hawks!
The middle school boys' tennis team finished the regular season with a 4-4 record and are seeded 3rd going into the GCMSAA conference tournament. The Hawks will host Lake Norman Charter on Monday, April 23rd at 4:30 p.m.
The 8th grade girls' lacrosse team finished the regular season with a 4-2-5 record overall, but a 2-1-1 record in conference games. The Hawks are seeded first in the GCMSAA and will host Providence Day on Monday, April 23rd at 4:15 on the Lake Field. Go Hawks!
The varsity softball team had great momentum leading into Spring Break, but couldn't carry it into conference games. The Hawks were shut out by Cannon School at home on April 13th and will face Covenant Day (4/17 away) and Country Day (4/19 home) next week.
The middle school baseball team finished its regular season on a winning streak, defeating Holy Trinity 8-2 and Lake Norman Charter 13-7. With an 11-1 record (the only loss coming from Charlotte Christian), the Hawks await seeding for the conference (GCMSAA) tournament.
The middle school softball team finished the regular season with a 1-6 record, but the team showed great improvement and never lost their enthusiasm or team spirit. The Hawks will play at Holy Trinity on Monday, April 23rd at 4:30 in the first round of the GCMSAA tournament.
The JV boys' lacrosse team began post-spring break action on the road at Providence Day on April 5th, and came away with a 10-8 win, then won another close game at Charlotte Christian on April 9th. The Hawks will travel to Cuthbertson for a game this Friday at 4:30 pm.
The JV boys' tennis team fell to Providence Day 0-9 on April 5th. The Hawks hope to rally on Friday with a home match against Cannon School.
The varsity girls' basketball team lost in the semifinals of the NCISAA tournament, falling 70-42 to #1 seed Wesleyan Christian Academy on Friday, February 23rd. The Hawks finish a great season with a 20-8 record.
The boys' varsity swim team claimed its 6th consecutive NCISAA title while the girls' team claimed 2nd place at Monday's championship. The team broke two NCISAA records - one in the boys' 200 freestyle relay and one in the girls' 400 freestyle relay - and set six new Latin school records. Way to go, Hawks!
Seven in a row! The Mat Hawks claimed another NCISAA Championship at Wesleyan Christian Academy on Saturday, February 17th. It was a close battle with second-place finisher Providence Day, but the Hawks' depth proved to be the difference. Freshman Dean Omirly was the lone individual champion, winning in the 195 weight class. Four 2nd-place finishers, two 3rd-place finishers, three 4th-place finishers, plus a 5th and a 6th all contributed points to the team win.
Way to go, Hawks!
The JV boys' basketball team finished their season with a 10-game wining streak and a conference championship! The Hawks came on strong after dropping a 4-point loss to Providence Day on January 9th, and would go on to win the rest of their games by an average of just over 14 points.
Way to go, Hawks!
Season complete. The varsity boys' basketball team showed a lot of hustle all season, but ended the year with a loss to Cannon School at home on February 9th. With a final record of 10-15, the Hawks failed to qualify for the NCISAA Tournament.
For the second year in a row, the JV girls' basketball team won the conference championship! The Hawks redeemed their one-point loss from February 6th with a 10-point win over Charlotte Country Day to claim the title. Paige Nurkin was the leading scorer with 11 points, followed by Zoe Claytor with 9, and Tianna Sullivan and Meredith Reese with 7 each.
Season complete. The middle school swimming team competed in the GCMSAA Conference Championship at the Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center uptown on Wednesday, January 24th. The boys' team finished 3rd and the girls' team finished 4th - impressive for a young team without any year-round/club swimmers! Even better, 14 swimmers achieved best times, and seven of them attained personal bests in more than one event. Way to go, Hawks!
The Hawks closed out their season with a dominant 54-9 win on the road at Cannon School, Monday, January 22nd. The team finished with an impressive 13-1 record. Great season, Hawks!
The 8th grade girls' basketball team competed in the first round of the Greater Charlotte Middle School Athletic Association (GCMSAA) basketball tournament, and fell to Holy Trinity 31-19. The Hawks finished the season with a record of 4-10.
The 8th grade boys' basketball team competed in the first round of the Greater Charlotte Middle School Athletic Association (GCMSAA) basketball tournament, but fell to Holy Trinity 32-46. The team finished the season with a record of 6-8.
The Hawks completed their season with a win on the road, outscoring Cannon School 27-17 in a make-up game from last week's snow storm. The team finished with a 5-8 record overall.
Great job this year, Hawks!
The MS Mat Hawks finished 5th out of 6 teams in the GCMSAA Championships, with no one wrestling in four of the 17 weight classes. Four wrestlers made it to the final round and all four won their divisions. Congratulations to Dave Mosrie (115), Max Rimler (154), Walker Mermans (128), and Bryce Pang (184)!
Charlotte Latin's football team won the NCISAA Division II Championship by shutting out the Country Day Buccaneers 33-0 on Friday, November 17th. The game marked the end of Larry McNulty's 32-years as the head of the football program. Coach McNulty will retire this June. Way to go, Hawks!
Season complete. The Hawks are NCISAA Champions for the 3rd consecutive season and finished with a perfect 21-0 record!
Season complete. The girls' team finished 4th and the boys' team finished 7th at the NCISAA Championship on 10/27. Great job, Hawks!
Season complete. The varsity girls' golf team finished 4th at the NCISAA Championships and junior Alexis Sudjianto finished 4th individually to earn All-Conference and All-State recognition.
The varsity girls' tennis team fell to a strong Cary Academy team in the NCISAA quarterfinal. The girls fought hard and represented their team and school well with grace following the loss.
The varsity volleyball team put up a good fight, but lost to 5th-seeded Covenant Day in the first round of the NCSIAA tournament Friday. Their season is now complete.
Season complete. The varsity boys' soccer team was defeated 0-4 by Christ School in the first round of NCISAA tournament play.
Season complete. The JV field hockey team lost 0-1 against Country Day in the JV tournament, but overall had a winning record this year.
Season complete. The middle school girls' tennis team had a dominant season - remaining undefeated and claiming the conference championship! Way to go, Hawks!
8th grade field hockey is heading to the conference championship! Cheer them on Thursday, 10/19 at 5:00 vs. PD!
Middle school cross country finished its season with a slew of new personal bests at the GCMSAA Championships on 10/17.
Season complete, concluding with a 20-0 win over Charlotte Christian.
The 8th grade volleyball team completed their season 10/17 on the road at Holy Trinity, falling 0-2 to the Bulldogs.
Season complete with an impressive 9-0-1 record! Way to go, Hawks!
Hawks complete season with 7-5 record & a lot of close games.
Season complete. The Hawks finished with a 3-3 record going into the CISAA tournament on 10/12.
Season complete with a JV tournament win! Way to go, Hawks!
The 7th grade volleyball team completed its season and showed great improvement in skills and teamwork.
Season complete. The JV volleyball team finished with a 1-7 record.