Welcome to the Bayshore Christian School Fall Sports page. Please select from a sport below for schedules, rosters, and important information.
Bowling is open to middle and high school students. It is a varsity sport. Please review the following information:
► 2019 Varsity Bowling Schedule; 2019 Varsity Bowling Roster
► Practices are Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday if there are no matches scheduled for the day. Practice is from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the Pinarama Bowling Lanes on 5008 S. Dale, Mabry.
► We are working on a schedule for the beginning of the school year, and once finalized, we will give it to the team. Matches are on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday in lieu of practice. If we have a Saturday practice, we will notify the team ahead of time.
► Home matches take place at Pinarama Bowling Lanes.
► We do not permit students to bring snacks into any of the bowling alleys. Eating during the matches is a distraction and greasy French fries make for greasy fingers. Students may eat a snack on the bus as long as they clean up after themselves.
► Directions to matches are on the C2CSchools website.
► The school will provide transportation to Pinarama for practices, but we ask parents to pick up their student on time. The school provides transportation to all matches. We ask that parents help carpool students either home or back to school.
► Students must have a FHSAA physical and additional forms completed before they can attend practice. There is a notary located in the school office. The physicals are good for all sports and expire 365 days from the doctor’s signature date.
► The team uniform for all matches will consist of the team shirt and school uniform pants or shorts.
► We play the Bay Conference before the district tournament. The district tournament is October 28. The location is yet to be determined. The uniform for both events is team shirt and long pants (no shorts). Practice for the district matches is at the location of the district tournament.
► We have had a few students qualify for the State Championships. The State Championship is in Orlando at Boardwalk Lanes on November 6 and 7. We go to Orlando the day before to practice and settle in. The tournament begins at 7:00 a.m. on November 6. If a student qualifies, matches will continue through the afternoon. Only students that win the afternoon qualification rounds continue to November 7.
Nicole Kemp is entering her 9th year as head cheerleading coach, and Amanda Ho is entering her 3rd year as assistant cheerleading coach for Bayshore Christian School. Both are alumni of Bayshore Christian School and the cheerleading program. The mission of the Faith Warrior cheer program is to instill positive values in our athletes while supporting our athletic programs, offering service to our community, and representing our school as positive role models.
We believe in a set of values which we pride ourselves upon and these values are what we want to instill in our cheerleaders.
BCS’ cross country team includes teams for middle school, junior varsity, and varsity. We are a sport filled with hard work and determination. Our athletes practice every day after school for one to two and a half hours and run upwards of two to eight miles per practice. Our weekly practice includes strength training in our newly renovated weight room in order to have a cross country program that trains runners to be thoroughly prepared and equipped to take on any course. We train in faith and offer all of our hard work and races to our Lord Jesus Christ and know that we can do all things through Him who strengthens us.
Not only are we in the business of building a successful program, but we are primarily in the business of building morally, ethically, socially, mentally, and physically fit young men. If we are successful in teaching these concepts, the wins and losses will take care of themselves. I am certain that the program that we propose can accomplish our objectives.
Academic and athletic success is attainable for all student-athletes who are committed to being the best that they can be. In order to be successful, the student-athlete must concentrate his efforts in both areas. The student-athlete is a special person who is essentially held accountable for two full-time jobs. His first job is to be the best student he can be. The second is to be a committed team player. Student-athletes that work hard in the classroom usually work hard on the practice and game field. We will ensure this by having weekly study halls and weekly eligibility reports. By monitoring our student-athletes academic and behavioral progress closely, we can practically ensure proper academic advancement.
Our Head of School, Melanie Humenansky, has been the head volleyball coach at BCS for about 25 years. She has coached young ladies of all ages and all skill levels. It is her personal philosophy that it is not necessarily the best athletes that make the best team members, but the hardest workers and most committed individuals. Hard work and dedication take teams beyond their dreams. We learned this when we won our first State title in 1998 and experienced it time and time again in 1998, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2007. Volleyball is a team sport and teaches young ladies to work collaboratively and improve both as a team and as individuals. At Bayshore, we develop the entire player with our programs in 5th through 12th grades. We offer three teams—Middle School, J.V., and Varsity—enabling players to develop at their individual skill level. We take our J.V. and Varsity teams to volleyball camp each summer and motivate our athletes to participate in a variety of sports to develop the entire athlete. The Bayshore volleyball program has a legacy of winning with determination and hard work. Come join us to be a part of a winning program.