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Middle School Boys Soccer
  • Sheppard Ames
    2024
  • Jack Anders
    2024
  • Landon Breswitz
    2025
  • Oren Cline
    2026
  • Grayson Connor
    2025
  • Jude English
    2025
  • Spencer Graves
    2024
  • Will Hauser
    2024
  • Nate Hoffman
    2024
  • Conor MacGabhann
    2026
  • Beck Maddison
    2024
  • Glenn O'Brien
    2026
  • Pierson Rollman
    2025
  • Van Segrave
    2025
  • Fletcher Steele
    2024
  • John Thagard
    2025
  • Tucker Wells
    2025
  • Owen Weston
    2024
  • Gray Williams
    2025

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Team Stories

It’s a new season for middle school sports at St. David's, and the games, meets, and matches are already underway. The middle school girls tennis team is already experiencing early success, having jumped out to a 5-2 start and are improving rapidly. “They have been consistent with groundstrokes, gaining more and more confidence at the net and displaying excellent sportsmanship” coach Emily Nelson said about her team. “Last week we had two wins but some close matches in both singles and doubles with the girls playing smart pulling out wins on each.” The Lady Warriors will look to continue their success in their upcoming games on the 17th and 19th, when they will play Endeavor Charter School and NRCA respectively. 

The tennis team isn’t the only team experiencing great success, as the middle school girl’s volleyball team has jumped out to a stellar record of their own at 7-1.The team is playing very well, and we are improving with each match. We are demonstrating strong fundamentals” said Coach Leshnock about her team’s early success. “With experience and solid skills among the team, we are hoping for another 2 weeks of wins to finish out the regular season in a strong position to enter the conference tournament in early October.” The volleyball team is led by its large group of team veterans: 8th graders Emily Deihl, Rebekah Leshnock, Grace Viera, Bailey Fuller, Dillon Stallings, and Emma Aldridge, but it also supported by a strong group of 7th graders. The girls next matches are also on the 17th and 19th, against St. Timothy’s School and Cary Christian. 

The middle school boys soccer team is yet another team already thriving and improving among the Warrior’s middle school teams. The boys are 5-3 and went 2-0 last week against Trinity Academy and Franklin Academy, respectively. “We played pretty well in the first half” coach Nate Antiel said about the Trinity game. “We had good looks to net, finished well, and held shape on the defensive side.” “And Franklin?! Ohhh, what a game! With small numbers on the day, tired 6th graders from the trip, and 2 injuries during the game I couldn’t be more proud of how we played” Coach Antiel continued. “Everything was elegant, possession based, patient. This was far and away our best game in terms of pace of play, intensity, communication, holding shape.” The Warriors will attempt to expand on their winning streak on Tuesday the 17th against St. Timothy’s, and on Wednesday against Cary Christian. 

The middle school cross country team is led by coaches Amy Flowers and Victoria Caruolo, and they is already very optimistic about her young team’s early in the season. “Coach Caruolo and I are amazed with the natural talent and burning determination from this group” coach Flowers remarked. “They come to practice eager to run trails, sprint, and have fun. We love how they support each other and have worked together to make this a great season.” The boys have already placed first over Wake Christian, NRCA, and Grace Christian, while the Girls have experienced early first place finishes over Ravenscroft, the Storm, Wake Christian Academy, Grace Christian School and NRCA. The Warriors runners will have their next meet on the 24th at Wendell Parks at 4:00 PM.