This Week's FA Athletics

Monday (2:30 PM – 4:00 PM)

FA Booster Club

Spirit Wear Sale


Monday Afternoon

MS Soccer @ Home

vs. Jane Macon

Girls @ 3:30 PM

Boys @ 4:30 PM

Tuesday @ 6:30 PM

Varsity Girls Basketball

@ Covenant School

Wednesday Afternoon

MS + Varsity Swim Meet

Tiftarea (Tifton)

Wednesday Afternoon

MS Soccer @ Glynn Middle

Girls @ 3:30 PM

Boys @ 4:30 PM


School-Wide Spirit Day

Good Luck, Gridiron Knights!

Friday Afternoon

Middle School Swim Meet


Friday @ 7:30 PM

Varsity Football

@ Deerfield-Windsor (Albany)

GIAA AAA State Playoffs (Second Round)

Players Dismiss @ 1:30 PM

Cheerleaders Dismiss @ 2:30 PM


Varsity Swim Meet

Camden County

Spirit Wear Sale: MONDAY

Home Soccer Games: MONDAY

FA Spirit Day: FRIDAY

"Road" Playoff Game: FRIDAY

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Varsity Basketball

The Varsity Girls Basketball team tipped off their regular season schedule on Saturday versus defending state champions Lake Oconee Academy. The game was tied early at 11-11, then Lake Oconee went on a run and took a 39-16 halftime lead. The girls played hard from start to finish but were overmatched. The final score was 78-34. Our next game is Tuesday versus The Covenant School of Jacksonville. 

Go Knights!

Coach James Oberlies

Middle Boys School Soccer

The Frederica Academy Boys Soccer season is underway. This season has undoubtedly turned out to be exciting. Last week the team stepped out onto the field to face Risley Middle School. The pressure was at an all-time high, recognizing the fact that this team had beaten the boys team last year. However, this concern only strengthened our players' resolve to perform at their highest level. When the whistle began, the boys were confident and calm. They passed the ball around the field spreading out their opponents and making access to the goal possible. With the help of his selfless teammates, Jaylen Baldwin used his speed and placed a beautiful goal in the back of the net ending the first half 1-0. As the second half began, Sal Vinci, Davis Durkin, Luke Smith, and Cannon Schlegel drove the ball forward and pushed their defense back. This allowed Jaylen Baldwin and Luke Sarzier to score two additional goals in the last ten minutes making the final score 3-0. What a way to begin the FA Middle School Soccer season. Congratulations boys!

Frederica Academy played its second game on Wednesday against St. Marys Middle School. St. Marys is always a challenge, and the boys came out ready to play. The first half of the game was primarily played on their end of the field. Numerous shots were made, but none of them were able to penetrate the goal. Johnny McQuade and Liam Beverly were amazing at defense placing the ball forward for the offense. Keeper, Case Mitchell, had a beautiful save in the second half. Case Mitchell is clearly a player who handles pressure well. However, with an unfortunate call in the box, the St. Marys team received a free kick and ended the game 0-1. 

The Middle School Boys Soccer team was at it again Monday night. The FA boys faced St. Francis at Lanier Stadium. Tensions were high as the boys hoped to outshine their opponents. The FA Knights had clear possession of the ball for most of the game but back and forth the ball went seemingly determined not to find the back of the net. Jacob Gordon and Nik Reinshagen had a big night forcing the ball up and over their defensive players. With speed on our side, Jaylen Baldwin once again used his talent, taking their defense by surprise, and beautifully placed a ball in the back of the net. In order to secure the win, after a corner kick from Luke Smith, Jack Tronolone booted the ball into the goal to make for a 2-0 win over the Crusaders.

On Wednesday, the FA boys stepped onto the field and faced off against Needwood. Frederica Academy dominated the first of the game; however, no one on the team was able to get many shots on their keeper. FA ended the first half tied. The second half proved even more difficult. However, numerous times the boys came together and supported each other with their hustle and determination. My favorite part of being on the sideline is watching players run back to support their teammates. Davis Durkin, Sal Vinci, Jacob Gordon, and Luke Sarzier were essential in supporting the success of the team. Frederica Academy held off Needwood ending the game 0-0.

Go Knights!

Coach Jill Smith

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Middle School Girls Soccer

Frederica Middle School Girls Soccer team visited the St. Francis Crusaders and showed strong offense throughout the game. Libby Certain (#12) scored on the opening drive within the first three minutes. Catherine Dunn (#10) had a good cross to her teammates at the 11-minute mark, but the team was unable to score. Shortly thereafter, Sofia Gegg (#3) scored for the Knights. Within the next few minutes, Eliza Veal (#5) and Sofia scored goals on missteps by the Crusader goalie. Catherine scored with five minutes remaining in the first half on a ball lofted over the opposing goalie’s head. The Knights had one more score, this time by Eliza, right before the end of the half. Knights 6-0.


During the second half, the Knights shuffled players in and out. Gracelyn Grantham (#8) scored from in front of the goal within the first five minutes. Several players took shots on goal, which were stopped by the Crusader goalie. Both Sofia and Catherine scored again for the Knights mid-way through the second half. The Knight defense was quite strong not allowing a shot on goal during the game. Knights win, 9-0.

The FA Middle School Girls Soccer team hosted Needwood Middle School on a very gray and windy afternoon. Within the first three minutes of the game, Sofia Gegg (#3) scored from in front of the goal on a miscue from the Needwood goalie. Needwood had an opportunity to score five minutes into the half, but the ball went wide of the goal. Sofia had several nice crosses mid-first half, but the Knights were unable to score. The defenders, Liz Beckham (#2), Lauren Dunn (#6), Kate Walker (#14), and Emma Kate Widener (#13) played very well in the first half, allowing no shots on the goal. Lauren had several nice corner kicks near the end of the first half. Knights 1-0.


During the second half, the Knights came out aggressively winning the ball and seeking opportunities to score. Sofia, scored early in the second half. Mid-second half, Sofia had several more passes and attempts at scoring with the ball going wide of the goal. With four minutes remaining in the half, Lauren sent a beautiful pass to Sofia resulting in the ball finding the back corner of the goal. With one minute remaining, Maddie Lavallee (GK) had a nice stop on one of the only Needwood shots on goal. Knights win, 3-0.

Go Knights!

Coach James Riggs

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