FROM DEEP — Haywood Christian Academy’s Caleb Herbert shoots a 3-pointer.

The Haywood Christian Academy Red Wolves recently celebrated their Homecoming before a packed, standing-room-only house. Enthusiastic fans watched as the varsity boys team won their game against the Reynolds Mountain Eagles with a final score of 60-37. Joel Page led the team with 22 points, followed by Matthew Haynes with 18 points and Caleb Herbert with 10 points.

“Reynolds Mountain is always a tough team to play,” said coach Mark Page. “There were lots of emotions during this game. Things were a little shaky in the second half but we were able to pull out our A-Game and finish strong. I really appreciated all the support we had from our fans. I know that had a big impact on the boys. We are looking forward to our next game and are focusing on being prepared for it.”

Following this game, the Red Wolves remain undefeated in the Blue Ridge Christian Athletic Conference and bring their overall record to 15-1.

In an exciting, hard-played game, the Lady Wolves lost to RMCA when it came down to the wire in the last two minutes with a final score of 34-28.

“We played shorthanded and gave our best effort but did not have enough at the end to hold them off,” said coach Patrick Holcombe. “The girls played hard, staying out of foul trouble and keeping everything close.”

Sarah Beth Adcock led the team with 12 points and Sydney Holcombe scored 10 points.

The Middle School Boys team beat the Reynolds Mountain Eagles in a well-played game with a final score of 42-15. James Roundy and Andruw Cody led the team with 13 and 8 points respectively.

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