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Basketball State Playoffs and Reiser All-Region

The Northside Crusaders made a valiant effort in the State Playoffs a week ago against one of the tournament’s #1 seeds, Dillon Christian.  The Crusaders played extremely tough and trailed by 3 points at the end of the first quarter.  Dillon built the lead to 10 at the half but Northside hung tough throughout the

All Teams Schedule: Week of Mar 02 – Mar 08

Mar 02 Boys Junior Varsity Baseball vs. Pac 4:00 pm | Northside Christian Academy Mar 02 Boys Varsity Baseball vs. Pac 6:30 pm | Northside Christian Academy Mar 03 Coed Varsity Golf at Calhoun Academy Region Match 3:30 pm | Calhoun Country Club Mar 03 Boys Varsity Baseball vs. Wardlaw Academy 6:00 pm | Northside

Northside Basketball Senior Night

Last week Northside Basketball hosted senior night, as it was an emotional night for the varsity boys and girls.  The senior girls consisting of Caroline Bedenbaugh, Sarah Crump, English Reeves, Kandace Letton, Sarah Hardaway, and Sarah McKenna all made a huge difference in getting the girls basketball program on solid ground.  The girls team lost

All Teams Schedule: Week of Feb 17 – Feb 23

Feb 17 Coed Varsity Golf at CN Invitational Boys Golf Tournament 10:00 am   Feb 20 Boys Junior Varsity Baseball vs. Heathwood Hall 4:00 pm | Northside Christian Academy Feb 20 Boys Varsity Baseball vs. Heathwood Hall 6:30 pm | Northside Christian Academy

Kodman’s Crusaders Deliver

The NCA varsity boys basketball team won another big region game in SCISA 2-A last night over Calhoun Academy.  The Cavaliers entered the game 10-5 on the season and in the midst of their best season in several years.  The Crusaders came into the game knowing that they needed to protect home court and play

Simply Amazing!

The last 48 hours for the Varsity Boys Basketball team at Northside Christian have been in summary, simply amazing.  The Crusaders have knocked off Lexington School District One’s Pelion High School, a 3A public school and Wilson Hall, a 3A SCISA school that is one of SC’s largest private schools.  Both games ended in dramatic

Crusaders Crowned “King”

Northside Christian Academy won their varsity boys basketball opener last Tuesday against King Academy, 38-36.  The game went back and forth the whole night with neither team able to do much on the offensive end.  The Crusaders used a stifling 3-2 zone defense to keep King at bay and were able to get timely scoring