Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg

  • Experienced Rams looking for third KCSAA state title
    Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg has one goal for the 2015-16 season: Take the Title. At least that is the goal in terms of the team record. There are other off-the-court goals ahead of that one but with four starters returning along with some other talented players moving up from the junior varsity, the Rams opened the season recently as the top-ranked team in the Kentucky Christian School Athletic Association.
  • Looking to go inside
  • Christian Academy volleyball in full swing
  • Rams improved despite losses to Community, Northside
    Community Christian Academy of Independence defeated home-standing Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg, 87-63, recently. The Crusaders might be the best team the Rams will face all season. Community Christian is an experienced team that plays five seniors with the majority of them being the starters. Head coach Ryan Smith said before the game that a couple of the starters have been playing on the same team since middle school.
    Scenes from Cornerstone Christian's 60-54 win over Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg last Friday.
  • Turnovers jam Rams, but Christian Academy splits pair
    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg boys' basketball team recently split a pair of contests, dropping a 60-46 decision to Northside of Louisville but rebounding with a 68-49 win over Mt. Carmel, from eastern Kentucky. Turnovers killed the Rams against Northside. After looking like they had the game in hand in the first quarter at Northside, the Rams lost their momentum because of the turnovers. While Forrest Bowman had come off the bench to give Christian Academy a first quarter boose, the Rams were looking at a 30-20 halftime deficit.
  • Christian Academy posts two victories
    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg Rams recently defeated the Tabernacle Christian Academy, 67-41, in Nicholasville. Tabernacle was led by a 6-foot-6 center and had good experienced guards. Rams coach Cory Robinson had his big men body up on Tabernacle’s big man, according to information received from the school. The Rams held him to just 4 points. Robinson relied on his bench and by halftime led 34-13.
  • Christian Academy routs Danville Christian
    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg Rams defeated Danville Christian 65-21 in boys’ high school basketball action on Dec. 2. The game was played at the Anderson County Early Childhood Center. This was the second meeting of the season, with CAL winning the first by 34 points. Coming into this game, Ram coach Cory Robinson was in a difficult position, not wanting to allow his players to play without intensity, but also desiring to teach the life lesson of being merciful.
  • BASKETBALL: Christian Academy rips Georgetown, Winchester, Somerset
    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg Rams defeated the Georgetown Crusaders, a home schooled group, 67-41, recently. The game, played at the Early Childhood Center Gymnasium drew 164 fans. From the start the Rams outmanned the Crusaders. Coming off a loss last week, CAL Coach Cory Robinson was not satisfied with sloppy play early in the game against Georgetown. He pulled the starters within the first minutes, apparently getting their attention as the Rams outscored Georgetown 31-5 in the second quarter.