All Troy Christian students, from our Early Childhood Education
Center toddlers to our 12th grade students, will be serving their
community on Wednesday, September 28, from 8:30 AM-12:30 PM, during our
Hike ‘n Serve event. This event gives our students an opportunity to be
SALT in their world now.
Elementary students will prepare packets
of candy as a thank you gift for our public servants (fire, police,
foundations, etc.) Please click here to see the Hike ‘n Serve detail sheet to discover where your elementary child will be visiting.
high/high school students will be doing work projects at area
non-profit organizations or visiting nursing homes. Students will be
assigned and bused to their service locations in the community. Work
projects include cleaning, organizing, yard work, and painting.
Students won’t know where they are serving until the day of Hike ‘n
Serve. Please wear clothing that is suitable for all types of work.
The Dayton Christian Warrior golf team won the Metro Buckeye
Conference Championship last Thursday by 41 strokes over second place
Emmanual Christian. The team consisted of Philip Miller, Ben Kiser, Luke
Lawrence, Cole Wamsley, Seth Withers, and Brandon Bower.
Philip Miller shot a 2-under par round of 69 for the win and captured
the title of MBC Champion Golfer for the season. Ben Kiser placed second
overall, and Miller and Kiser were joined by Luke Lawrence on the first
Philip Miller was named Metro Buckeye Conference Player of the Year and Coach Wayne Beebe was named MBC Coach of the Year.
Congratulations to the Dayton Christian Warrior golfers!
Congratulations to Troy Christian senior middle hitter JENNA GRADY, who was honored tonight as the BW's Blazin' Athlete of the Week! We are so proud of you!!!
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Cedarville University freshman Grace Norman won gold Sunday morning September 11, 2016 in the triathlon at the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Competing in the PT4 class, Norman, a Xenia Christian High School graduate, pulled away from Great Britian’s Lauren Steadman on the course along Copacabana Beach to win the first Paralympic medal ever awarded in women’s triathlon.
Norman, 18, won in 1 hour, 10 minutes, 39 seconds on the 750-meter swim, 20-kilometer bike and 5-kilometer run course. Norman finished 1:04 ahead of Steadman. Gwladys Lemoussu of France was third.“It feels amazing,” Norman told TeamUSA.org. “It’s been a l0ng journey, a lot of training, a lot of everything. So to come across that line first for the U.S., to make first in the history of paratriathlon, is just an incredible feeling.”
Norman, a Jamestown resident, won the 2016 world championship this summer. She finished second to Steadman in the 2015 world championships and a pre-Games para-triathlon event in Rio last year.
Norman won a bronze medal Monday in the 400-meter run.