Varsity Baseball season came to a conclusion on Wednesday in the Regional Quarterfinals as the Eagles fell to Miami Christian 8-2. The Eagles have much to be proud of this season, playing a very tough schedule, and has great things to look forward to!
Middle School Golf came out as Champions in their season ending tournament! The Eagles shot individual low scores for boys and girls and the overall lowest team score. Congratulations to our Middle School Eagles Golf team!
Jack Burnett - 39
Duke Rimes - 42
Will Sullivan - 44
Emilia Edgar - 48
The Athletic Department would like to thank everyone that has been involved in making the 2021-22 Athletic year a great one!
JCS Athletics will be recognizing our student-athletes in the Varsity Sports Awards that will be announced tomorrow 5/17 via the Athletics Instagram page. On Wednesday 5/18, award winners will be able to pickup their awards during middle and high school lunches. Lastly, the Male and Female Athlete of the Year Awards along with the Booster Club Scholarship Recipients will be announced on Friday, May 20th during the High School Excellence Awards.
Be on the look out in the next couple of weeks for an e-newsletter containing information on summer athletic programs and eligibility for the 2022-23 school year.
Our Athletic Summer Camps are just a few weeks away! Do not miss out on the opportunity to sign up for one of our sports camps instructed by our own JCS coaches. You are able to register for camp by following the link below. We hope to see you this summer!
Don't forget to follow the Eagles Athletics new Instagram page!
The Booster Club invites you to participate in our Inaugural Chili Cook-Off. This community event, is free to enter and participate. We are looking for the best chilis, so start working on your recipe to show us what you've got on March 24!
Follow the link below to get more information and to signup to bring your BEST chili to the table!
See you on March 24!
Varsity Volleyball became Districts runner ups! They advanced to the District Championship game vs. Benjamin where they fell 3-1 after defeating John Carroll in the semi final match. They travel to Edgewood High School in Merritt Island for Regionals on Tuesday at 7pm!
Jupiter Christian Swim Team started the State Series at Indian River State College for the District meet. Eagle swimmers came out fast in the first event, the 200 Medley Relay. The Girls Relay (Carpenito, McNeely, Meinke, Amersi) finished 2nd, while the Boys (M. Young, Pinera, K. Young, Howard) captured first place for the 1st of what would be 4 District Championship swims. Clayton Pinera (100 Breaststroke) and Lily Amersi (50 Free) took home first place, adding District Champions to their already impressive resumes. Clayton Pinera broke his own school record in the event with a time of 1:07.41. Carly Meinke added 3rd and 4th place finishes in the 50 Free and 100 Fly. Sammie Carpenito and Logan McNeely had great races in the relays, and Matthew Young set two personal bests in the 100 Free (2nd overall) and 100 Backstroke (4th). The Boys 400 Free Relay (K. Young, Pro, M. Young, Pinera) finished the meet with yet again another first place finish with a time of 3:36.58, which also broke the school record by almost 4 seconds. Jupiter Christian Swim Team looks to bring this success to Regionals on October 30th in Orlando!
Men's Golf finished their final week of the regular season out strong winning both of their matches! They defeated Cardinal Newman on Senior Day 183-188 and Morningside Academy 186-161. Dalton Moore led the way Tuesday shooting a 36 and Will Keiley led Thursday shooting a 34. The Eagles begin Districts this Wednesday at Champions Club at Summerfield in Stuart.
Varsity Football defeated Bell Creek Academy on Friday 53-34. The Eagles have their first playoff game Thursday night at HOME vs. Legacy Charter High School at 7pm. Come out and show your support once again for the Eagles as they look to advance in the post season!