Crusader News

List of 6 news stories.

  • Sever Stewart is 4A 300 meter hurdle State Champion!

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  • Summer Athlete Training Begins June 4th

    On June 2nd, FLHS will be having their annual Sports Physical Day.  It will take place at the Thomas & Bigler Center on 9499 W Charleston Blvd.  The cost will be $30.  2018-19 middle school athletes should attend at 9:30 am and 2018-19 high school athletes should attend at 10:00 am.  Sport Physical forms can be found at the Register My Athlete website and should be brought to the physical clinic.

    Summer lifting program will begin for all 2018-19 high school athletes on June 4th.  The program for  teams, other than football will run Monday-Thursday until August 2nd.  No workouts during the FL dead period, which runs July 2nd through July 6th.  The cost will be $50 which will be charged to the athlete’s tuition account. Contact your sport specific coach with any questions.

    Football:  See Coach Fox 7:30-930 am
    Boys (other than football) 9:30-10:45 am
    All Girls 10:45 am-12:00 pm
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  • Faith Lutheran freshman leads 4A state golf tournament

    Aidan Goldstein’s strategy for Monday’s opening round at the Class 4A state golf tournament wasn’t complicated, but it certainly was effective.  “I just played my game,” Goldstein said. “I just tried to go out and have fun and tried to knock my shots right next to the pin and make them.”  The Faith Lutheran freshman shot 3-under-par 69 at Reflection Bay to take the individual lead after the first day of the tournament.  Goldstein was 1 over after a bogey on the fourth hole, but finished the front nine with two birdies to reach 1 under.  He added birdies on Nos. 11 and 14 and closed with four consecutive pars.   “I had a lot of good shots,” Goldstein said. “My short game was really good today and my driving was on point.”  Bishop Gorman’s Mitchell Abbott is one shot back. Arbor View’s Hazen Newman and Coronado’s Brett Sodetz are tied for third at 71. Tuesday’s final round begins at 11 a.m.  Abbott took the early advantage while playing in the first group. He birdied the par-5 14th to move to 5 under. But after bogeying No. 15, Abbott pushed his tee shot at the 16th to the right of the fairway. His approach shot avoided the bunker to the left of the green, but it took him two shots to pitch onto the green. Two putts later he walked away with double bogey.  Newman was 3-under through 17, but took a double bogey on the final hole to fall off the lead.
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  • Aidan Goldstein leads Faith Lutheran to victory in Northwest match

    Aidan Goldstein birdied the 18th hole at TPC Las Vegas on Thursday to earn a share of medalist honors and lead Faith Lutheran’s boys golf team to victory in a Northwest League match.  Goldstein and Palo Verde’s Michael Salerno tied for the top spot with rounds of 1-over-par 72, one stroke ahead of Arbor View’s Cameron Gambini. Arbor View’s Hazen Newman was fourth with a 74. Faith Lutheran shot 311 as a team. Palo Verde was second at 320, followed by Arbor View at 340.
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  • Track Athlete Signs with Eastern Oregon

    Austin Hunter has committed to Eastern Oregon University to run track for the 2018-19 school year.  Austin competes in short distance and long jump for the Crusaders.  Congratulations to Austin and his family!
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  • Three More Athlete Signings

    Faith Lutheran HIgh School has three more athletes heading to the next level in athletics.  Jalen Fox has signed his National Letter of Intent to play basketball at Northwest Nazarene University in Idaho, Drew Kessler has committed to Penn State University-Beaver for basketball and Joseph Choo has signed with Duke University in the sport of fencing.  Congratulations to all of these young men and their families.
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Crusader Elite

List of 2 news stories.

  • Elijah Kothe

    Elijah Kothe

    Elijah Kothe has been named the 2017-18 Faith Lutheran High School Male Athlete of the Year.  Elijah signed his National Letter of Intent with San Diego State University to play football.
  • Kendall Larson

    Kendall Larson

    Kendall Larson is the 2017-18 Faith Lutheran High School Female Athlete of the Year.  Kendall was also named NIAA Top 10 Scholar Athlete for the State of Nevada.

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