North Raleigh Christian Academy Boys/Girls Varsity Track Spring Schedule
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After the goal from St Andrews the game opened up with both teams enjoying equal possession and chances on goal.
In the Second half the Wolves limited St Andrews passing as they played tighter defense and begin to put pressure on their goalie. As time was running out the Boys continued to press in search of an equalizer. In the dying minutes Nol pressured a back-pass to St Andrews keeper and blocked his clearance.
The ball ricocheted off Nol, went between the keepers legs and slowly trickled toward the goal. Sadly the ball hit the post and the St Andrews keeper was quick to clear up his mistake. The game ended despite the Wolves deserving a point after their great effort. Lastly was the U13 Boys who traveled to Regents and were looking to follow up their impressive start with another win, despite missing key players. They got off to a perfect start as Mai coolly finished into the bottom right hand corner early on.
The game was very open with both teams creating chances and mid way through the half Regents equalized. But right after the restart, the Wolves took their lead back as Mai scored again. Regents continued to pressure and scored again to make the score Mai then completed his hat-trick with 5 minutes to go but an own goal before halftime made the score With 7 minutes to go, Regents took the lead.
The game finishedleaving the U13 Boys top of their group before heading to Ascot. After the exit of certain players before the game, the U15 Boys knew it was going to be a tough match.
The Boys struggled to hold their own in the match as they lack substitutes and struggled to get into the game as they lost.
Jonas scoring the only goal in the game, while the Boys will look to recruit more players to help them in their next game. Next week there are three game with Primary away on Residentials. Please look below for their schedules. Please also be reminded of the teams training schedule: First up was the U15 Boys who traveled to St Stephens for their tournament. The Boys got off to a great start with a comfortable win over St Stephens.
The boys were looking to cement their spot in the playoffs with either a draw or a win against Wells and they picked up a draw. This gave them a rematch against Wells for third place. Once again the game ended which meant penalties.
BB G8 stood strong as he saved two penalties and helped the wolves to a win on penalties to grab third place! Futsal takes place on a smaller than normal pitch which is usually a hard surface and is played with 5 players on each team.
It was a confident start and David fired the team in front with a well taken goal. With each game being 8 minutes long there was no time left for the team to comeback.
However, a draw in the first game was a comfortable way to start. In the second game the team faced Heathfield. This game proved to be more comfortable and through goals from David and Sean, the team ran out confident winners. However the KIS class showed through with a comprehensive win, with David and Palm netting 2 goals each.
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KIS were in the semi-finals! Andrews Sathorn in their semi-final. The game was close but an early goal by Sathorn put KIS under pressure, however the team hit back and David scored to make it Sathorn again took the lead and again David equalised for KIS.
In the final minute a well taken shot by Sathorn squeezed through the KIS defence and into the goal. A great day out for the boys, fantastic performances from all of the players and a worthy third place finish.
Sport: PE, ECAs, and Squads create buzz across both Primary and High School
Later, in junior and senior years, they choose from an array of other options ranging from Probability and Statistics to Advanced Topics in Calculus. The school does not offer multivariate calculus although a few students take advanced math courses at North Carolina State University. Several year-long and single-term courses ranging from Anatomy and Physiology to AP Biology to Forensics are offered in addition to these requirements.
A large range of elective courses are offered as well, though the majority of them are available exclusively to 11th and 12th graders. For the school year, these were replaced with newer Lenovo ThinkPad Xs, using the Windows 7 operating system.
The academic year switched to Windows 8 or Windows 8. The academic year used Windows The school issues these computers to students in their first year, and are collected and reissued when the student graduates or leaves Cary Academy.UISD Track Meet 2018
Students are not required to purchase these computers as they are included in the annual tuition. Various types of technology support for the computers are also included, with a computer "help desk" located in both the middle school and upper school. Students can also check their current grades through a database, which is available through the school's website and can be accessed at any time.
Cary Academy has seventeen different athletic teams participating in a diverse range of sports, which include: Arts[ edit ] Cary Academy has a diverse Arts Department.