Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg

  • Christian Academy places third in volleyball tourney
    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg volleyball team placed third in the recent Cumberland Christian Home Educators tournament, held in Somerset. Brette Elliott made several great digs. She helped set the ball up well and also was the high scorer of the team for the day. She had several great serves, according to information provided by the school. Payton McKinney and Abby Perry set the ball up for Nancy Lee Holt several times. Teri Crutcher also delivered some sizzling serves, school officials said.
  • CAL Middle School Dominates in Season Opener
                The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg boys' middle school basketball team opened regular season play in Morehead on Saturday with a big win over Lakeside Christian. The Rams, coached by Mark Bowman, came ready to play defense, forcing 17 turnovers as they rolled to a 51-22 victory.             In the first half, it was tenacious defense that led to many offensive opportunities. Early on, Chandler Royalty stole the ball and drove for the easy lay-in.
  • Christian Academy hoops off to good start
    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg Rams traveled to Morehead's Lakeside Christian Academy but suffered their first loss of the season, 78-73. This was Lakeside's first game, but the Falcons played like the experienced team they are. Lakeside has three seniors in their starting lineup.   The first half saw teams equal in size and talent play good aggressive ball. The half ended with the score at 32-29 in CAL's favor.
  • Rams Roll to KCSAA state tourney championship
    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg Rams swept through the Kentucky Christian Schools Athletic Association state tournament last weekend at the Kentucky Basketball Academy in Lexington. The two-day tournament showcased some of the best Christian school talent in the state in three divisions, with the Rams coming out on top in the Class 2A division.
  • CAL volleyball team competes at state
    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg volleyball team split four matches in the Kentucky Christian School Athletic Association state tournament, held Friday and Saturday at the Kentucky Basketball Academy in Lexington.
  • Big Reds fan meets hero, gets souvenir
    Gabe Elliott is a big Reds fan and recently he got the opportunity to meet his favorite Reds player as the Cincinnati Reds Winter Caravan made its way through Reds' Country.
  • Rams honor two on Senior Night
    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg honored two seniors on Senior Night, held Feb.1. Nikki Bowman, who plays volleyball and softball, and Nathan Pitzer, who plays basketball and soccer, were honored. Unfortunately for the Rams, both the volleyball and basketball teams suffered close losses. Senior night started with a varsity volleyball game between the Lady Rams and the Tabernacle Christian Academy Torches. The first game didn’t go well for the Lady Rams, as the Torches, with several service aces, won 25 – 9. 
  • CAL middle school hoops success continues
    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg boys’ middle school basketball team continues their winning ways. Saturday, the team won twice. In the first game, the Rams played Fox Creek Christian Church. Christian Academy opened a 12-7 lead at the half. Michael Secen and Dillon Harper posted all nine CAL points in the third period, and the Rams led 21 – 13, before going on to a 31-24 win. Michael Secen led CAL’s scoring with eight points. Dillon Harper added seven; Nathan Bain and Hunter Wells contributed six each. Chandler Royalty had four points.
  • Christian Academy volleyball continues to improve
    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg volleyball team continues to improve. The junior varsity squad has added wins over Nelson County Baptist and Madison Christian Academy, making their record 3-1. The varsity squad (0-6), which includes several JV players, hasn’t quite come together yet, but the signs are all there. The Lady Rams hosted Nelson County Baptist on Nov. 23 at Lawrenceburg United Methodist Church.  In the JV match, CAL was resilient, winning several points on long rallies and defeating Nelson County 2-0. 
  • Christian Academy hoops teams have depth
    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg Rams junior varsity and varsity basketball teams are coached by Karl Pitzer and Cory Robinson. The varsity team is led by junior Zach Gray, whose exuberance infects the team and the crowd. The JV squad leaders are sophomores Mathew Robinson and Forest Bowman, while eighth-grader Dillon Harper brings excitement from outside the 3-point arc. Of the 15 players for JV and varsity combined, six are new to Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg basketball. These teams are a blend of old and new, and the chemistry works well.