Faith Academy held its Fall Athletic Sports Banquet on November 19 to honor the Junior High and High School athletes participating in Cross Country, Football and Volleyball. The banquet was held in the Beth Keaton Gymnasium and was catered by the Kenny Store. Each coach introduced their teams and gave a synopsis of their seasons, all while announcing their respective team medal winners.
JH & HS Cross Country L – R back: Miguel Guerrero-Knight Warrior, Josh Poorman-Most Determined, Landen Bright-Most Improved Front: JH Savannah Goebel-Most Courageous, Brianna Gallaher-Most Exceptional, Taylor Hetzel-Most Admirable and JH Joshua Bright-Most Aspiring Coaches: Head Coach Ann Howarth & Assistant Brocquel Williams
Varsity Football L – R: Nathan Figueroa-Most Improved Jeff Perry-Best Offense Kaleb Shepherd-Best Defense Not pictured: Maury Cano-Heart of the Knight and Cameron Crawford, MVP Coaches: Head Coach James Crawford, Assistant Coach Kevin McGonagill
Varsity Volleyball L – R: Regan Woodley-Co-Defensive Player Marissa Przyborski-Offensive Player Lacy Phillips-Co-Defensive Player Addie Kuespert-Heart of the Knight Gabriella Yates-Most Improved Coaches: Head Coach Josh McLain and Assistant Paige McShan
JH Football L-R: Wyatt Remmert-Heart of the Knight Blaze Byler-MVP Noah Figueroa-Best Offense Joshua Bright-Best Defense Neil Johnston-Most Improved Coaches: Athletic Director and Head Coach Chuck Tomlinson and Assistant Mark Odom
JH Volleyball L-R: Hannah McClure-Lady Knight of the Court Reagan Shepherd-Most Improved Ella Polston-Heart of the Knight Chesney Johnston-Lady Knight of the Court Lily Lequerica-Newcomer of the Court Coaches: Head Coach Josh McLain and Assistant Paige McShan