Crusader News

List of 6 news stories.

  • Girls Track 5A State Runner-up; Boys place third.

    The Crusader track teams had a very successful weekend competing at the 5A state track meet at Reed High School May 20 & 21, 2022.  The girls teams took 2nd in 5A and the boys team came in 3rd.  The following are the highlights from the weekend:

    Neolani Mendoza- 100 M Hurdles 3rd place
    Emma Kwok- Discs 1st place
    Women's 4x200- 1st place Jayden Lightford, Jordan Jackson, Zakiya Hill, Karlyn Schneider
    Women's 100m dash 1st Jayden Lightford place
    Women's 200m dash 1st Jordan Jackson, 3rd Zakiya Hill, 4th place Jayden Lightford
    Women's 400m dash 1st Jordan Jackson, 2nd Zakiya Hill
     
    Shot and Discus Preston Beery 2nd place
    Men's 4x800 3rd Donovan Love, Logan Scott, Tobi Alibi, Hady Damaj 
    Men's 4x400 5th Donovan Love, Bronson Niotta, Rylan Walter, Tobi Alibi
    Men's 3200 2nd Logan Scott 
    Men's 1600 3rd Logan Scott
    Men's 800 7th Tobi Alibi 
    Men's Triple Jump 5th Nicholas Middlebrooks

    Congratulations Crusaders!
  • Girls Swim 4A State Champions & Academic State Champions

    Congratulations to the girls swim team for capturing the 4A state championship on May 18th!  The team was also awarded the 4A Academic State Championship with a 3.69 team average GPA!  Great job Crusaders!
  • Five Crusaders Sign their Letter of Intent

    Five Crusaders committed to their respective colleges and universities on May 17th, 2022.  Aurrianna and Brianna Parker will play soccer at Temple University, Karl Ralamb has committed to Kansas University to play baseball, Hunter Vernon will wrestle at Quincy University and Nick Crowell will play football at Concordia Wisconsin.  Congratulations to all the athletes and their families!
  • Upstart Faith Lutheran eyes 5A state softball title

    Faith Lutheran wasn’t expected to contend for the Class 5A state softball title.
    Crusaders coach John Chilman and his team took notice and set out to prove everyone wrong. Now, they’re three wins from hoisting the championship trophy.
     
    “The girls have had a good attitude all year, but they looked at some of those teams that were mentioned as contenders as better than them,” Chilman said. “The mindset that changed was, hey, we can play with these teams.”  Rest of article..
  • Girls Swim Win 4A Southern Regional, Boys place 5th in 5A

    Congratulations to the Girls Swim Team as they captured the 4A Southern Regional Championship.  The girls will make a run for a state championship on Wednesday, May 18th at Pavilion Pool at 4 pm.  The boys will compete on Saturday, May 21st at Pavilion Pool at 1:30 pm.
  • Faith Lutheran blasts Green Valley, wins 5A Southern Region softball title

    Getting production from the bottom of the lineup is seen as a bonus for many softball teams.
    The way Faith Lutheran’s No. 9 hitter McKenna Young swung the bat in the Class 5A Southern Region tournament, it was only a surprise when she didn’t get a hit.
     
    Young finished her tear through the tournament by going 3-for-3 with two doubles and six RBIs. The last of those came on a sacrifice fly that put the final run on the board in a 16-6 run-rule win over Green Valley in five innings that clinched the tournament championship Friday at Faith Lutheran.  See Article


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Crusader Elite

List of 2 news stories.

  • Ariana Gaminara

    Ariana Gaminara was named the 2021-22 High School Female Athlete of the Year.  Ariana excelled at soccer, wrestling and track for the Crusaders.  Ariana signed her letter of intent to play soccer at Caldwell University.
  • Jordan Pollard

    Jordan Pollard was named the 2021-22 High School Male Athlete of the Year.  Jordan excelled at football and lacrosse. Jordan signed his letter of intent to play football at San Jose State University.

Tradition of Excellence

Faith Lutheran boasts a proud tradition in athletics. Our teams have earned 42 State Championships and 33 State Runner-Up banners in our school’s history. We have won the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association’s Award of Excellence in Academics, Athletics, and Citizenship an impressive six times. Currently, former Crusader athletes can be found on teams at The Naval Academy, USC, University of Kansas, Auburn, LSU, Duke, Boise State, Princeton, University of Minnesota, Northern Arizona, Denver University and Concordia University to name a few. Our athletics program is constantly growing and improving, boasting a state of the art strength and conditioning center to help our hundreds of student athletes accomplish even more.

  • 48 State Championships and 35 State Runners-Up
  • 21 Varsity level sports at the 4A level
  • Full time Director of Athletic Performance recognized with NSCA 
  • ‘Strength of America’ award
  • 43 Academic State Championship awards 
  • 7 NIAA Award of Excellence in Academics, Athletics, and Citizenship
  • Greenspun Cup for Academic and Athletic Excellence recipient 
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes Club and Athletic Leadership Training

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