Grace Christian’s men’s basketball team is already recognized as one of the top teams in the NCISAA 1A ranks, but the Crusaders have their eyes on all the marbles this winter.

It was guys’ night out at Grace Christian on Friday night, as the Crusaders’ men’s basketball team took the court against River Mill Academy of Graham as the sole main event of the evening.

Grace Christian kept rolling in the early part of its men’s and women’s basketball schedule on Tuesday night, with both teams winning decisively against visiting Berean Baptist.

A season that is beginning with buzz about the potential for more state championship hardware found Grace Christian’s basketball teams playing on their homecourt for the first time on Monday night.

Grace Christian became the first local team to begin its 2021-22 basketball season, sweeping two games from Wilson Christian Academy in a Friday night road trip.

Last week’s NCISAA 1A state cross country championships saw Grace Christian flirt with the state championship on both the men’s and women’s side of the meet, and the Lee Christian women weren’t too far off, either.

Both Grace Christian and Lee Christian had outstanding volleyball seasons this fall. The Crusaders won their first conference title in 17 years and earned a No. 3 seed in the NCHSAA playoffs. The Falcons, with one of the youngest teams in the state, made a spirited defense of their state cha…

Grace Christian reached the pinnacle of NCISAA 1A men’s soccer Saturday in Wilson, traveling to and defeating two-time defending state champion Greenfield School 1-0. Head coach Nathaniel Rhine gets the traditional water-cooler bath from his players following the victory. See page A5 for mor…

Grace Christian School is knocking on the door of the NCISAA 1A state championship game again.

It would have been a fairytale ending to a memorable year. Grace Christian volleyball, which hadn’t even had a winning season in well over a decade, won its first conference title in 17 years, and stood three wins away from a state championship, 25 years after the only one the school had eve…

A number of state playoff games and conference tournaments will be getting under way in the days to come, starting with a handful today. Both volleyball and soccer have important matches upcoming.

Brackets for the upcoming NCISAA 1A state playoffs in volleyball and soccer were announced on Sunday, and Grace Christian received some very favorable placings in the brackets.

Friday night was Championship Night at Grace Christian School, as the Crusaders hosted the Mid-Carolina Conference championship in four different levels of soccer and volleyball.

The championship battle in NCISAA Mid-Carolina Conference volleyball seesawed between Sanford and Clayton right down to Grace Christian’s regular-season finale Tuesday night.

Grace Christian held “Neon Night” last Friday night and capped off a glowing week of strong performances in which only one Crusader team lost a match during the week.

Tuesday was a road trip day for several Grace Christian sports teams, who got on a bus and headed up to Cresset Christian Academy in Durham.