JANUARY ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

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So.  Joseph Suh  #2
Joseph has been the key to the Falcon defense over the past few weeks.  He is always matched up with the other teams quickest player and he has won Faith multiple games with huge stops down the stretch.  Joseph has developed his court awareness so well over the past month he was the obvious choice for athlete of the month.  Joseph has a bright future in the Faith program and the current coaching staff is very excited to see what he does in the future.  

Fr.  Izzy Steerman  #23
Izzy has been the starting point guard the entire year for the 6th ranked girls basketball team and has helped lead them to a 23-2 record.  Izzy gets everything started for this team not only with her offense, but also with her defense.  She applies a great deal of pressure on the Falcons opponents helping to get steals and lead the transition game.  Izzy only knows how to go 100% and it doesn't matter if it is in practice or in games she always gives her best effort.  She sets a great example for others to follow with her effort, passion and love for the game.

PPG 7.1  SPG 3.5  RPG 2.5   APG 1.8



DECEMBER ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

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DYLAN CARPENTER - JR 
Dylan leads the team with 12 steals and 2 charges on the season. He is also 1 of only 5 guys on the team to play in every varsity game this year.

Dylan has been able to step up in big games when his teammates have been sick or injured. Dylan’s confidence has grown exponentially on both ends of the floor and continues to be the spark plug that the team feeds off of. Dylan is always the first guy to sprint over and help his teammates up, the loudest guy when he is on the bench, and brings an unrivaled amount of intensity into each game. Dylan’s demeanor both on and off the court has been recognized by our coaching staff and we are extremely proud of the way Dylan has grown through only 10 games. Congrats Dylan on a fantastic start to the season!

KATIE FAJER - SR 
Katie is averaging 13.5 points per game, 8.5 rebounds, 3.7 steals, 2.7 assists, 1.5 blocks  

Katie is not only having a great senior season with good stats, but she is much more then that to our team.  Since the season has begun no one has stepped up more in practice and at games at being vocal and taking a leadership role in helping our team stay focused to our vision and to play our best basketball.  Katie brings our team closer together as she keeps everyone accountable and pushes everyone to be their very best.  

NOVEMBER ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

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OCTOBER ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

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TESSA VANDERKAMP - SO
-PR of 22:13
-2nd fastest time in school history
-Fastest Sophomore time in school history
-1st Team All-League
-2nd Team All-District
-Top 10 District finisher
-Pushes herself to be her very best
-Great example of a wonderful teammate
-Is very humble


CALEB VANDERGIESSEN - SO
-PR of 18:13
-2nd fastest time in school history
-Fastest Sophomore time is school history
-1st Team All-League
-2nd Team All-District
-Loves to run and is very passionate
-Works extremely hard
-Encourages teammates to be their best

SEPTEMBER ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

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KEELEY PRICE - SR
Keeley was one of our captains and a team leader. She led the team in kills, and was a strong presence on the court.  Although Keeley was one of our most experienced players, she was always looking for ways to improve her game and help the team.


SHALKAR WILKINS - JR
Shalkar had a spectacular month of September. He scored 5 goals and tallied 2 assists. Shalkar is an excellent example of hard work and sportsmanship. He always gives 100%, even on a bum ankle, and is willing to do whatever the team needs him to do. He is kind and respectful to his coaches, teammates, and opponents. 

KNIGHTS EDGE FALCONS IN SOCCER

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The Falcons traveled to NE Portland on Tuesday afternoon to open up Special District 1 league play. The Falcons came out extremely strong, playing their most solid half of the season so far. The Falcons saw some good opportunities to score early in the first half, with solid attacking play from junior , Shalkar Wilkins taking on defenders and applying pressure on the Knights goal. Freshman, Gio Correria had a great chance with a half volley from the top of the box that dipped over the crossbar. The Falcons and Knights went into halftime tied at 0-0. In the second half, it was all Knights after a tactical switch that put their most dynamic player at striker. The Falcons gave up 4 in the half, including a goal on the last kick of the game. The Falcons will try to grab their first win of the season on Friday against City Christian.

Columbia Christian    4
Faith Bible                 0

Saves:
Sean Morae-Alvarado        10

FALCONS AND EAGLES SCORELESS

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The Eagles and the Falcons did battle on Tuesday night in Damascas, OR. The Falcons came into the game on a 2 match unbeaten streak. On a small, slick, and wet field, the Falcons were unable to penetrate the Eagles defense, and if they did, the opposing keeper was there to clean it up. The Falcons out-shot the Eagles 20-8 and dominated in possession of the ball. The only chances that the Eagles created were off the counter attack. Senior, Mason Demaris had a couple good looks at net late in the game, including a chip attempt from 45 yards out that just missed over the bar. Sophomore, Sean Morae-Alvarado had 7 saves and earned his first clean sheet of the season for the Falcons. The Falcons will head to Columbia Christian on next Tuesday afternoon to begin league play and hope to continue the unbeaten streak, which now sits at 3 games.

Faith             0
Damascus    0

Saves: 
Sean Morae-Alvarado        7    (39)

Shutouts:
Sean Morae-Alvarado        1

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