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2011-2012 Basketball Highlights

The 2011-2012 varsity boys’ basketball team was a very young team this year and had a very challenging schedule.  With only four juniors and the rest underclassmen, the team finished the season with a 2-25 record.  Thomas Kendrick and Ryan Lewis led the team in scoring.  Thomas Kindrick and Zachary Brunsink led the team in rebounding.  Thomas Kindrick and David Gray led the team in steals and assists, respectively.  The team was coached by Clint Lawyer and Josh Bruce.  Coach Lawyer handed out awards at the year-end ceremony as follows:  Most Improved Player – Brian Grumbach, Hustle Award – Ben Lawyer.   The Mr. Panther Award, as voted on by the team, for the most Christ-like player, was given to Ryan Lewis.

The 2011-2012 varsity boys’ basketball team learned more about themselves as individuals and as a team than they ever could have expected.  Though the record may not show it they overcame more than any team I have ever been associated with.  Because of the season these young men had, it will help them become winners in life.   “Consider it all joy, my brethren, when you encounter various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces endurance.” (James 1:2-3)  — Clint Lawyer, Head Coach

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The 2011-2012 varsity girls’ basketball team improved on their inaugural season, finishing with a 13-15 record, exceeding the win total of last year in the first month of the season.  Sisters Samantha and Mackenzie Yarnall led the team in scoring.  Samantha Yarnall and Anna Clinton led the team in rebounding.  Samantha Yarnall and Mackenzie Yarnall led the team in steals and assists, respectively.  The team was coached by Craig Sweeney and Stephanie Yarnall.  Coach Sweeney handed out awards at the year-end ceremony as follows:  MVP – Samantha Yarnall, Most Improved Player – Julia Penberthy, Hustle Award – Alexandra Yarnall.  The Miss Panther Award, as voted on by the team, for the most Christ-like player, was given to Mackenzie Yarnall.

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The 2011-2012 middle school boys’ basketball team had a great year and wrapped up the season with a third place finish in the South Carolina Homeschool Tournament.  With only three returning players from last year’s team, they finished the season with a 13-8 record.  Returning players Noah Wrobel and Justin Lewis led the team in scoring and rebounding.  Newcomers Cole Owens and Danny Waller contributed with steals and assists, respectively.  The team was coached by Mark Waller and Ray Wrobel.  Coach Waller handed out awards at the year-end ceremony as follows:  MVP – Noah Wrobel, Most Improved Player – Mike Robinson, Hustle Award – Cole Owens.  The Mr. Panther Award, as voted on by the team, for the most Christ-like player, was given to Justin Lewis.