Varsity Softball - Saturday, April 22nd, 2017
The Falcons defeated Marvelwood by a score of 28-2 this past Saturday at the Marvelwood School. Senior Sydney Beck pitched a no hitter with 2 unearned runs. Sophomore Liz Tolkan had 4 hits and a walk with 2 home runs. Freshman Nicole Petfield also had 4 hits, a walk, a triple and a double.
The team is 3-0 on the season, overall and in the Hudson Valley Athletic League. The Falcons are the defending HVAL champions and are 25-0 over the past three seasons. The team has outscored opponents 89-14 this year.
Varsity Baseball - Saturday, April 22nd, 2017
The baseball team played in their first game of the season against Oakwood Friends School and played well in a very close game. The team lost a close battle in 8 innings by a score of 16-15 in cold wet conditions. The Falcons used a total of 4 pitchers in the game and hit well. The Falcons are a young team with several Middle School athletes on the team.
Varsity Track & Field - Wednesday, April 19th, 2017
The High School Track and Field team competed at Spackenkill High School on Wednesday against Spackenkill and Marlboro High School. Kwami Maranga won his heat and placed 2nd overall in the meet with a season best time of 11.8 in cold, wet conditions. Freshman Simon Maranga posted a personal best time of 2:46 in the 800 meter run, while freshman Justin Ruyack spun the discus to a personal best distance of 67 feet.
Starci Penna also posted a personal best throw in the discus with a distance of 48 feet. Jesse Villegas, Simon Maranga, Justin Ruyack and Kwami Maranga combined to compete as FCA's first varsity 4 x 100 meter relay team ever and placed third in the meet.
Varsity Volleyball - Tuesday, April 18th, 2017
FCA's Volleyball team defeated Tabernacle Christian School by a score of three games to none, which raises the team’s record to 8-0 on the season. The team is leading the Mid-Hudson Christian Athletic League for the first time in three seasons.
Faith Christian Academy's Athletic Program found great success this Winter season, on all fronts.
The Boy's Varsity Basketball team finished the year with a 17-10 record, while capturing both the MHCAL regular season and tournament titles. Also, the team finished 3rd overall in the Hudson Valley Athletic League (best finish in school history) which poses very tough competition.
The Girl's Varsity Basketball team ended the season with a 16-10 overall record, taking 2nd place in both the MHCAL regular season and tournament. They also finished 3rd overall in the Hudson Valley Athletic League (best finish in school history) and advanced to the Semi-Final game in the HVAL playoffs.
The Boy's Middle School Basketball team finished the year undefeated with a 15-0 record. The team owned both small margin, and lopsided victories on their resume, making for a very memorable season to say the least (note: the team went head-to-head with Spackenkill Middle School's basketball team in an unofficial, non-league game). The Boys were also named the MHCAL regular season and tournament champions. The team has a bright future with many of its players expected to return next Winter.
The Girl's Middle School Basketball team played its inaugural season and finished with a 6-0 record. The team will be expanding its schedule and focus next season in the MHCAL and HVAL, with Coach Ron Devincenzi at the reins, stepping in as the new head coach. FCA's Athletic Program is very pleased with the results from the first year, and strongly believes that next year the team will be even more efficacious.
The Varsity Bowling team, also a new addition to the Athletic Program, found success throughout the Winter. Four of its Bowlers consistently placed in the top five at each match - a match consists of three schools and around 45 athletes. Also, three of FCA's Bowlers (Brandon Chen, Michael Millan and Elijah Smalls) placed in the top six in the HVAL Friendship tournament, which consisted of four schools and 60 athletes.
Congratulations to all of our Coaches, Parents and Athletes for making a commitment to the Program and allowing our students to experience a different scope of success being outside of the classroom.
We look forward to a very bright future as Faith Christian Academy's Athletic Program continues to "grow, mature and glorify God through participation in athletics." FCA is also very grateful for the countless hours of sacrifice that its Athletic Director, Mr. Arnesen, dedicates to the school. Mr. Arnesen continues to visualize the future for the Program, while striving to keep Christ first, Education second and the rest succeeding.