n the second match-up with both Covenant Day and Charlotte Country Day, the boys' swimming team was dominant. The Hawks won every event and finished 1st and 2nd in six out of eight individual events. The girls' team defeated Covenant Day, but came up short against a strong Country Day team. The varsity swimmers have one more regular season meet (1/24 - senior night) before the CISAA Championships on January 30th.
The middle school swimming team looked strong in their final regular season meet! The Hawks defeated both Covenant Day and Cannon School on the girls and boys teams. They're now in preparation for the GCMSAA Championships, which will be held at the Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center in Uptown on Wednesday, January 23rd at 12:00. Go Hawks!
It was a successful weekend in Raleigh for the varsity wrestling team. The Mat Hawks went 4-1, their only loss coming in a 33-33 tie that was determined on criteria. Next up, the Hawks host Cannon in their CODE BLUE match on Tuesday, December 18th at 6:00. Go Hawks!
The varsity boys' basketball team had three players score in double figures on December 14th to get a convincing 74-34 win on the road at North Raleigh Christian Academy. RJ Johnson led with 19 points, Grayson Clements scored 12, and Bennett Smith contributed 11. This week, the Hawks host Metrolina Christian Academy on Tuesday and Queens Grant on Thursday.
The varsity girls' basketball team won 39-36 on the road at North Raleigh Christian Academy on Friday, with Ruthie Jones and Kathryn Vandiver leading the scoring with 13 and 12 points, respectively. This week, the Hawks will host two home games - Metrolina Christian Academy on Tuesday and Queens Grant on Thursday. Go Hawks!
The 7th grade boys' basketball team continues to be undefeated after a home win against Providence Day on Tuesday, 12/11. They'll host Gaston Day next on Friday, 12/14 at 5:30. Go Hawks!
The 8th grade boys' basketball team traveled to Providence Day on Tuesday, December 11th and left victorious. The Hawks will host St. Mark Catholic School on Tuesday, December 19th before enjoying the holiday break. Go Hawks!
The 7th grade girls' basketball team had two tough losses to begin its season, but has been winning since then. The Hawks found redemption with a win over Providence Day on December 11th and will host Gaston Day on Friday, 12/14. Go Hawks!
The 8th grade girls' basketball team lost on the road at Providence Day on Tuesday, 12/11. The Hawks improved on their performance against the Chargers from earlier this season, but had trouble sinking their baskets. The team will host St. Mark Catholic School on Tuesday, 12/19, before taking off for the holiday break. Go Hawks!
The Middle School Mat Hawks escaped with a narrow win over Country Day on Tuesday, December 4th. Unfortunately, the scheduled match with Wesleyan Christian Academy was cancelled, so the the Hawks don't compete again until December 18th. They'll host Holy Trinity before enjoying the holiday break. Go Hawks!
The JV boys' basketball team lost a one-point heartbreaker to Charlotte Catholic on Saturday, December 1st. The Hawks have two home games this week: Union Academy at 6:30 on Wednesday (12/5) and Mountain Island Charter at 4:00 on Thursday (12/6). Go Hawks!
The junior varsity girls' basketball team faced West Stanly High School at home on 11/30 and nearly overcame a big deficit with a strong comeback after halftime. The next morning, the team faced Charlotte Catholic for the second time this season and struggled to stay with the Cougars. The team will go on the road this week with a game at Marvin Ridge on December 13th. Go Hawks!
Season complete. The Hawks faced Country Day in the NCISAA Division II semifinal and lost 14-24 to finish the season 6-5. Several players earned post-season honors. Read more...
Season complete. The varsity girls' tennis team finished 2nd in the NCISAA State Championship and finished first in the CISAA Conference! Great season, Hawks!
NCISAA Champions! The Hawks won their 4th consecutive NCISAA title October 27, 2018 by defeating Charlotte Country Day in the second overtime period. Caroline Juckett scored the winning goal on an assist from Myah Pease. Defender Sutton Orndorff was named the CISAA Player of the Year. Congrats on a great season, Hawks!
The Hawks finished 3rd in the NCISAA Championship girls' team race and 4th in the boys' team race, with Mary Schleusner and Maria Llerenas Soto earning All State honors. The conditions were incredibly unkind with temperatures hovering in the low 40's, rain throughout the race, water-logged fields and muddy hills. No personal record times to be had at this year's NCISAAs but all the runners should be commended for stepping up to the challenge and competing well.
The Hawks once again came from behind in a battle with Ravenscroft in the NCISAA semifinals on October 23rd. Unfortunately, they were just short and fell to the Ravens 2-3 to end their season. The team showed great fight and heart all season with Timothy Swimmer, Zach Case, Daniel Derraik, and Parker Nielsen earning All-Conference honors. Zach Case was also selected to the All-State team. Congrats on a great season, Hawks!
The Hawks won 2nd place at the NCISAA Championship held at Country Club of Whispering Pines on October 22-23! Alexis Sudjianto, Elyssa Kim, and Gaby Cacheris received All-Conference honors, and Alexis was also honored as All-State.
Season complete. The Hawks competed in the first round of the NCISAA playoffs and lost to Covenant Day, 1 set to 3. Congratulations to senior McCall Canady for All-Conference 2nd Team honors!
2018 season complete. Middle school cross country competed at the GCMSAA Championships on October 16th and the girls' team almost snagged a conference championship - just 3 points shy! The Hawks finished 2nd in the girls' team race and 6th in the boys' team race.
2018 season complete. The middle school football team wrapped up its season with a tough 34-8 loss at Providence Day on Monday, 10/16. The Hawks got wins against Lake Norman Charter and Metrolina Christian Academy.
Season complete. The middle school girls' tennis team has been dominant. They finished the season as conference champs and undefeated.
2018 season complete. The 8th grade volleyball team competed in the GCMSAA tournament but lost to Charlotte Christian School 0-2.
Season complete. The middle school boys' soccer team competed for the GCMSAA Championship on Tuesday, 10/16 and almost got the win! The game was tied at 1 and went into overtime and ultimately penalty kicks, where the Hawks were just one shy of the win. Great season guys!
2018 season complete. The 8th grade field hockey team lost to Providence Day in the GCMSAA Championship, but showed great progress and hung with the Chargers much better than in previous matches.
Season complete. The Hawks had faced Providence Day twice this season, and both games ended in a tie. Unfortunately, the championship game did not go in the Hawks favor. Providence Day won the match 2-0. Overall, the Hawks were regular season champs and had a great run!
Season complete - conference champs! The JV field hockey team redeemed a loss to Country Day in last year's tournament by beating the Bucs 1-0 in 2018 to claim the conference title.
Season complete - conference champs! The Hawks were undefeated going into the CISAA tournament and they finished well - scoring 19 points over Providence Day's 13 and Country Day's 11. Way to go, Hawks!
2018 season complete with solid 6-2-1 record! 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 tough loss to Charlotte Christian. The Hawks lost the first set 23-25 and stayed close in the second, but ultimately the Knights took it 18-25. Overall, the JV volleyball team's 5-12 record doesn't reflect the competitiveness of most of their matches. This group will continue to develop and strengthen as a team.
2018 season complete. The track & field team competed in the NCISAA Championships at Ravenscroft School on May 18-19. In rainy conditions, the team still managed to come home with several personal records and a 4th place finish for the girls, and a 9th place finish for the boys.
2018 season complete. The Hawks fell to the Country Day Buccaneers in the NCISAA final, falling just one goal short of the program's first state championship. The team started slowly and faced a 0-8 deficit at the half, but managed to fight their way back to within one goal and nearly tied it with less than a minute to play. Congratulations Hawks on a fantastic season!
NCISAA Champions! The Hawks made it four in a row with a 3-1 victory over Providence Day on May 19th at Patten Stadium. The team's mantra had been #scorethefour all season, as motivation to work towards their fourth consecutive state title. Congrats Hawks!
2018 season complete. The varsity boys' lacrosse team received the 6th seed in the NCISAA tournament. The Hawks defeated #3 Durham Academy in the first round, but fell to #2 Providence Day in the semifinals. They finished the season 12/7 overall and 7/4 in CISAA match-ups. Congrats on a great season, Hawks!
The varsity boys' golf team finished 5th in the NCISAA Tournament played at Pinehurst No. 8 May 14-15. The Hawks shot 304 on the first day and were in 3rd place behind Cannon and Christ School. Day two wasn't as kind to the Hawks, as five of six golfers saw a rise in their scores for a total of 324. Austin Sharrett led the Hawks with a 36-hole total of 152 for a five-way tie for 13th. Good job, Hawks!
2018 season complete. The varsity boys' tennis team received the #5 seed for the NCISAA tournament and hosted Forsyth Country Day in the first round on May 8th. The Hawks won 9-0 and advanced to face #4 seed Providence Day on May 11th. The team fought hard and was leading 2-1 after doubles, but several tight singles matches went to the Chargers and the Hawks fell 3-5. They fought for every point and showed great sportsmanship. Congrats on a strong season, Hawks!
Season complete. The varsity softball team did not make the NCISAA Tournament and finished the season with a record of 3-14.
2018 season complete. The varsity baseball team did not qualify for the NCISAA tournament and finished the season with a 6-17 record.
Season complete. The JV boys' lacrosse team won the conference championship with an 11-9 victory over Providence Day on Thursday, May 3rd. Congratulations Hawks! The team finished its season with a strong 10-2-1 record.
Season complete. Both the boys' and girls' middle school track teams finished in 6th place at the GCMSAA Championships on Friday, April 27th. The Hawks had some great performances and many PRs during the meet. Nina Lavelle won the 200m race for girls and Harrison Klingman won the discuss even for boys.
Season complete. The 8th grade girls' lacrosse team finished the regular season with a 2-1-1 record in conference games and were seeded first in the GCMSAA Tournament. The Hawks defeated Providence Day in the first round, but ultimately fell to Holy Trinity in the final. They finished the season with an overall record of 5-6-1.
Season complete. The JV girls' lacrosse team won their final game against Cuthbertson on April 24th, and played two strong 20-minute scrimmages at the tournament rounds on the 27th. They found redemption with a victory over Country Day on the new South Campus turf field on Thursday, April 19th, winning 5-4. Way to go, Hawks!
Season complete. The middle school girls' soccer team finished its regular season seeded fifth in the conference and will head to Charlotte The middle school girls' soccer team finished its regular season seeded fifth in the conference and faced Country Day on the road April 23rd. The Hawks won and advanced to play Providence Day in the finals, but unfortunately fell to the Chargers, 0-3, to finish the season 5-8.
Season complete. The middle school boys' tennis team finished the regular season with a 4-4 record and were seeded 3rd going into the GCMSAA conference tournament. The Hawks were scheduled to host Lake Norman Charter in the first round, but the match was cancelled due to weather. The team traveled to Country Day on April 25th, and fell to the Bucs 2-5 in the final game of the season.
Season complete. The middle school boys' golf team competed in the GCMSAA Conference Championship on April 25th at The Tradition and finished 3rd overall. The Hawks' score of 173 came in behind Holy Trinity (1st with 161 points) and Country Day (2nd with 163 points). Great season, Hawks!
Season complete. The middle school boys' lacrosse team finished the regular season with a 5-4-1 record and were seeded 5th in the GCMSAA conference tournament. Unfortunately, the tournament game between the Hawks and Holy Trinity was called off due to weather.
The JV boys' tennis team has two matches left in the regular season before moving into the JV tournament. The Hawks are scheduled to host the Cannon Cougars on May 1st, then Providence Day on May 2nd. 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!