The start of the 2021-2022 school year is in full swing and with it have come 186 new Skyhawks, plenty of school spirit, and new lights at Edens Stadium. These new lights have helped take Skyhawk Pride to a new level. Energy efficient and effective controlled lighting for players, these lights put on a show. Capable of changing colors, flashing, trailing, and chasing, the lights are some of our biggest cheerleaders. Friday Night Lights like you’ve never seen them before … you’ll definitely see RED.
Athletics are under way, and we have been busy. Many of our teams are showing great results. Our student-athletes have been working hard since June attending pre-season weightlifting and conditioning. Congrats to the volleyball program for winning the attendance award with 93% attendance throughout the summer. Hats off to all our athletes for successfully managing sports participation while balancing academics.
Field and Court Report - Athletic Highlights
Hosted Skyhawk Invitational with 800 runners on South Campus.
Girls Cross Country Finished in 1st Place in CIU Invitational.
Boys Cross Country Finished 3rd Place in CIU Invitational - Reece Bluestein finished 2nd Overall.
Girls Swimming finished second in Wilson Hall Swim Meet.
Boys Swimming Finished third overall in Wilson Hall Meet on Saturday.
Swimming combined to win the Wilson Hall Meet- Stella Schuch and Peyton Vidrine Tied for High Point.
Varsity Volleyball is off to a 3-2 start.
Football had convincing wins at home over with impressive turnouts from fans, students, and teachers.
Spirit Cheer was in full force at both Friday night games, creating an electric atmosphere from the sidelines and student section.
Girls Golf is 4-1-1 on the season and is currently tied for first in the region.