The TCS Flag Football team is one of our Co-Ed sports it was formed five years ago. We are a competitive program competing in the Blue Ridge Mountain Conference. Our team won its first ever BRMC regular season and tournament championships last season. The team set a record for wins in a season also becoming the first team to go undefeated with a record of 6-0. We are honored to continue to building upon that success this season. We measure success through hard work, effort, and dedication to team work. Our program expects and demands Christ like attitudes on and off the court from our players. Furthermore, we expect our athletes to excel in the classroom. We believe athletics teaches more than how to play a sport. Athletics, through our flag football program, teaches them traits and characteristics that will enable them to be successful citizens. It will prepare them to make a smooth transition as leaders when they move on to high school in the coming years. The team is coached by Ron Wilkins. David Herndon assistant coach.
Currently the Flag Football program is open to students in grades fifth through eighth.
Cross country is a co-ed team that is open to students in 4th grades through 8th. Running conditions the body to grow in overall fitness and well being. We encourage students of all abilities to participate. Runners will be challenged both physically and mentally to push beyond their limits and reach personal goals. We hope students who participate in cross country will be able to develop a life long love for the sport. The cross country team is coached by Renee Howard and Sandy Austin.
Currently the basketball program is open to students in grades fifth through eighth. The TCS Girls and Boys basketball programs have been a part of our school for many years. We are honored each year to continue to build upon the legacy of success of those teams that have come before us. We measure success through hard work, effort, and dedication to team work. Our program expects and demands Christ like attitudes on and off the court from our players. Furthermore, we expect our athletes to excel in the classroom. We are a competitive program playing in the Blue Ridge Mountain Conference.
Our program has had great competitive success over the past several years as well. Both girls and boy’s teams have set school records for wins several times between 2009 and 2017. Our girls team has won five BRMC Regular Season Championships in a row. They have also won four BRMC Tournament Championships in a row.
The girl’s team finished undefeated with a record of 12-0 last season. In 2018 the Girls won their 6th straight season conference and the boys won their third.
The boy’s teams have won the BRMC Regular season championships two years in a row. Winning their first BRMC Tournament Championship last season along with two second place finishes in the past four years.
The boy’s team set a school record for wins last season with an undefeated record of 14-0. We believe athletics teaches more than how to play a sport. Athletics, through our basketball program, teaches them traits and characteristics that will enable them to be successful citizens. It will prepare them to make a smooth transition as leaders when they move on to high school in the coming years.
Terri Parton has served as assistant coach for the past 8 seasons and will be head coach this year as Ron Wilkins who was head coach for 15 seasons moves on.
The TCS soccer program is a Co-Ed program that was started in 2013 playing in the Blue Ridge Mountain Conference (is that the conference we are still in). The team consist of players from the 6th to the 8th grade and competes in the Spring. The team strives to build on fundamentals of soccer. While having experience is a great benefit, you do not have to be an experienced player to be part of the team. The volunteer coaches take the time to teach fundamentals of the team sport and how to become skilled and competitive while putting forward a Godly attitude to the other team. Playing a team sport like soccer helps build character and leadership skills that will stay with them in the transition out of middle school into high school and beyond.
We congratulate the Trinity Christian School Soccer Team for another Conference win in 2017.
Our newly added cheerleading squad is made up of 3rd and 4th grade girls who will cheer our basketball teams on to victory! The girls are excited to begin learning new cheers, chants, and stunts in preparation for the upcoming basketball season.