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Faith Warrior Athletics

FOR OUR PARENTS

Athletics are not just sports you play after school, they’re an extension of the classroom.  For our students, learning continues after the final school bell rings. We promote that to our students because the learning done after 3:00 p.m. impacts the student for the rest of his or her life.

Studies show participation in school-sponsored activities is linked to higher attendance, grade point averages, educational aspirations and college acceptance rates. Student-athletes also develop a wide variety of life skills, including accountability, communication, responsibility, time management, commitment, teamwork and the ability to accept constructive criticism.

In all, Fortune estimates that 95 percent of its Fortune 500 CEOs played sports in school. While only 6 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs are women, the proportion of women CEOs who were athletes is similar—90 percent of them played sports at some point, and 54 percent played sports at the university level. 

You are providing your child with a framework for future success.

FOR OUR STUDENTS

The great social benefit of playing sports is all the new friendships you’re going to make. Some could even last forever.

It’s highly likely that you’ll make many friends for one main reason: you share the same passion for the same sport. You’ll always have something to talk about and remember good old days in the locker room or on the playing field.

New friendships mean new connections and a bigger social circle and network, which again can translate to career success later in life.

Sports can build your self-confidence.

Sure, there will be bad times when nothing is working out, and you feel like you want to give up -- not many things in life are easy. The important thing to remember is if you work hard, the results will slowly come.

Even the slightest result will improve your self-esteem. A first basket. A stop in a soccer game. A winning set. These are all minor accomplishments that can lead to major feelings of positivity.

When you combine all of these things together, participating in sports can provide you with a place you fit in, a chance to compete and grow as a person, all while honoring God utilizing the gifts He has given you.

Our Philosophy

Participation in our athletics program is a privilege. Student athletes are role models, whether they choose that position or not. As ambassadors of Christ, we hold our student athletes to a higher standard with greater expectations.

We are pleased to offer BCS students a variety of competitive sports in which to participate. Our goal is that all interested students have the opportunity to play on a team. We expect our student athletes to rise to a higher standard. We encourage all parents and participants to become knowledgeable about the mission and philosophy of your sport.

You can read about the BCS Athletics Philosophy here.

FHSAA

Bayshore Christian School is a member of the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA). We participate at a 2A level.

Athletic Accomplishments

At BCS, we don't subscribe to the idea that "everyone gets a trophy." Our athletes work hard for their successes. Here are some noteworthy accomplishments from our athletics department:

District Champs - 2014
Regional Champs - 2015
Regional Runner-up - 2015
State Final Four - 2015
State Runner-up - 2015

District Runner-up - 2016
District Champs - 1995, 1996, 2018, 2019
Regional Runner-up - 1995, 1997, 2018
Regional Champs - 2019
State Final Four - 1998, 2019
State Runner-up - 2019

1000 Plus Career Club:
Ericka Womack ('01-'02) - 2,158
Kristin Sander ('98-'99) - 1,958
Antoinette Cole ('95-'96) - 1,471

Bay Conference Champs - 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2001
Bay Conference Runner-up - 1984, 2014
District Champs - 1984, 1987, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2008, 2014, 2017, 2019
Regional Champs - 1984, 1987, 191, 1993, 1995, 2001, 2019
Regional Runner-up - 1990, 2017
State Final Four - 1984, 1991, 1993, 1995, 2020
State Runner-up - 1987, 1994

1000 Plus Career Club:
Jonathan Johnson (’91-’94) - 1,988
Derek Smith (’89-’93) - 1,982
Joseph Rawlins (’99-’01) - 1,515
Fred Lewis (’07-’10) - 1,487
Brian Peterson (’88-’91) - 1,403
Philip Brooks (’00-’04) - 1,353
J.J. Garnett (’87-’90) - 1,303
Elijah Piazza (’95-’98) - 1,298
Damon Allen (’94-’97) - 1,239
Andrew Pulido (’93-’97) - 1,209
Jonathon Fielder (’93-’96) - 1,194
Kelvin Daniels (’84-’87) - 1,166
Daniel Martinez (’03-’07) - 1,062
David Santiago (15-18) - 1,060
T.J. Miller (’00-’03) - 1,004

District Runner-up - 2013

District Individuals - Boys

Derek Robinson - 2011
Keenan Roberts - 2015

District Individuals - Girls

WooJung Kim - 2011
Tyra Merritt - 2012-2014

Bay Conference Champs - 2005
District Champs - 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2013
Regional Champs - 1998, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007
Regional Runner-up - 2000, 2008, 2011
State Final Four - 2000, 2008
State Final Four Runner-up - 2005
State Champions - 1998, 2003, 2004, 2007

Melanie Humenansky
Varsity Girls Volleyball Coach

 

Shekina Denny
Girls Varsity Basketball Coach

 

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