Varsity Soccer 2nd at State Boys

(Lee’s Summit, MO) – The Summit Christian Academy Eagles varsity boys’ soccer team finished their postseason run with a second place finish at the state championship game on Saturday, November 19 after winning the Class 1 state quarterfinals against New Covenant Academy 3-1. The team lost by one goal to St. Francis Borgia in the Class 1 championship. The goal was scored at the 77:50 minute mark into the left lower corner by St. Francis Borgia’s Adam Rickman.

“What a season,” shared Varsity Soccer Coach Brad Creason. “I knew we had a chance to do something special this season but we had to buy into our team motto of “we over me.” As the season progressed, we truly started playing for the team over the individual while doing our best to continually honor God with our actions on the field. After ten previous trips to the district championship game in the last fifteen years, we finally won a district championship for the first time in program history. After reaching that goal, we went to the state final four and left everything on the field while taking second place at state. I'm so proud of these players and the season they had this year.”

Photo Caption: The SCA varsity boys’ soccer team finished second in the Class 1 State Championship game in Fenton, MO. This is the first time in SCA history that the boys’ soccer team has won the district title and finished second at the state tournament.

Summit Christian Academy (SCA) is an independent, nondenominational Christian school serving over 1200 preschool through high school students. Established in 1989, the school has distinguished itself as a leader in private Christian education in the Midwest region. SCA is located on a 36-acre campus and is a member of the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA).


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