Month: April 2011

JV Baseball Shocking Turnaround

GRAPEVINE, Texas – The 2011 Faith Christian (Grapevine, Texas) JV baseball team, a young and inexperienced team, appeared to have no chance at competing. After a 0-4 start this season, the team made a miraculous turnaround going 4-0 to start district and finishing district play 5-3 and the season12-15. Head JV Coach Michael Roye discussed his players’ performance and prospects for next year.

The players did not get to play any pre-season scrimmages and lost their two top freshmen to the Varsity team. “I think that contributed to our slow start. We tried quite a few different lineups early in the year in order to experiment with people playing various positions, and we were also trying to figure out where each player would help the team the most in the batting order. After a couple of weeks, the coaches had a better idea of who could do what, and the players also started to understand their roles on the team better.” (more…)


The “Mental Game” of Recruitment

At 6’3″ and 205 pounds, senior Peter Ashton is best known asFaith Christian (Grapevine, Texas)‘s star athlete and quarterback, but he may soon be a collegiate football star as well. Peter began playing football in the seventh grade. Hard work and dedication led to him playing quarterback in the 2007-2008 football season at the Varsity level as a freshman. The upperclassmen had been injured so, Peter stepped up and established himself for years to come. Fans often admire his skill running the ball and his hard hits on defense, but he also has a great arm from playing baseball. Peter has played almost every sport there is from football and baseball to track and soccer.