Lady Knights Soccer downs Chiles, Advances to Final Four!

The Lady Knights Soccer Team advances to the Final Four after defeating Chiles. The Knights battled back from a 1-0 deficit late in the game to secure the victory.

The Knights will take on Venice, the #3 team in not only the state of Florida, but in the entire NATION. It will be a tough task for the #12 ranked Knights (#18 in the nation).

The game will be at Venice on February 21 @ 7pm.

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Lady Knights Hoops defeated by Mainland 68-61

In a hard fought battle, the #4 seed Lady Knights were taken down by #8 seed Mainland. It was an emotional ending to a phenomenal season for the Lady Knights. Records were broken, friendships flourished, games were won and lost, and memories were made that will last a lifetime. The Lady Knights finish the season with 16 wins, 9 loses, and won a District Championship.

Until next season girls. #UnfinishedBusiness

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Lady Knights Soccer advances to Regional Finals

Olivia Surrency put the exclamation point on what can only be considered one of the greatest weeks in Creekside Knights Winter Sports HISTORY. Surrency’s hat trick powered the Lady Knights soccer team to a dominant 6-1 victory over regional rival Lincoln.

The #1 ranked Lady Knights take on #2 ranked Chiles on  Tuesday for a chance at the State Final Four!

Lady Knights Winter Athletics are having a week to remember, with both the Hoops and Soccer teams beating regional rival Lincoln. The Boys Soccer team is traveling to Leon today and looking to advance to the Regional Finals as well.

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Lady Knights Basketball defeats Columbia, hosts Mainland on Tuesday 2/18 in Regional Semis

The Lady Knights stormed to a 65-50 win over visitor Columbia after playing 3 quarters of back and forth basketball. The teams entered the half with Creekside holding a 22-21 lead. In a game of runs that saw numerous lead changes throughout the night, the Knights built upon their 1 point half time lead to go up by 6 into the final quarter. From there, the visiting Tigers attempted to cut into the Creekside lead only to be met with quick scores from the Knights.

Junior Taylor Gardner showed off her “5 Star” talents in this one, dropping 13 points, 7 assists, 5 rebounds, and a steal. Meanwhile, Sophomore Emily McIntosh had the greatest night of her young career, going 9/9 from two and 2/4 from 3 for a whopping 24 points. She also added 2 steals and 2 big blocks on Columbia three point attempts. Sophomore Center Peyton Petrick chipped in 7 points and 4 rebounds and Senior Forward Anna Parsanko snagged 5 rebounds and 3 points, all while combining to guard Columbia’s strong post players. Senior Guard Calea Kellet, known more for her 3 point shooting than post defense, held tough on the block as the Tigers tried to exploit a size mismatch. Senior Maddie Lippy had a smooth 15 points as she hit a couple threes, attacked the basket, and knocked down a few free throws, all while snagging 6 rebounds. It was a true team effort that led the Knights to victory in their Regional Quarterfinal game.

In a stunning turn of events, #8 seed Mainland went on the road to #1 seed Lincoln and beat the Lady Trojans in what is arguably the most stunning defeat in sports history. The world has not seen an upset of this magnitude since Team USA Mens Hockey defeated the USSR in the 1980 Winter Olympics. Mainland will now travel to THE CASTLE to take on your Lady Knights in what is sure to be a fantastic 6A Regional Semifinal matchup.

Come on out to THE CASTLE on Tuesday, 2/18 @ 7pm to support your Lady Knights!

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Lady Knights Soccer advance to Regional Semifinals @ Lincoln High School

The Lady Knights soccer team put on a dominant performance Tuesday night in their Regional Quarterfinal matchup against Buchholz. A Grace Kennerly hat trick powered the Lady Knights as they won 5-0.

The Lady Knights go on the road tonight to battle Lincoln for a spot in the Regional Finals!

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Boys Soccer beats Fleming Island in Regional Quarter Finals

Less than a week after beating Fleming Island for a District Championship, the Knights Soccer team defeated the Golden Eagles to secure a spot in the Regional Semi-Finals.

After taking a 2-1 lead on Aldin Tahirovic’s second goal of the game, a quick back and forth from Creekside and Fleming made it interesting, but the Knights held on for the win!

The Knights will visit Tallahassee on Saturday 2/15 to take on host Leon in the 6A Regional Semi-Final matchup

 

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Boys and Girls Soccer plus Girls Hoops win 6A District Championships

The Creekside Knights won THREE District Championships Friday night. The Lady Knights Basketball and Soccer teams won while hosting Fleming Island and Fletcher, respectively, at THE CASTLE. The Boys Soccer team went on the road to beat Fleming Island.

The Lady Knights Basketball team won in convincing fashion, with Senior Maddie Lippy notching a double-double.

Meanwhile, the boys soccer team won in convincing fashion, downing Fleming Island 4-1!

The Lady Knights Soccer team held on to beat Fletcher 3-2!

It was a fantastic night for our winter sports teams! There are rumblings that Governor DeSantis will designate the first Friday of February as District Knight” to commemorate the astounding feat that Creekside High School was able to pull off by winning 3 District Championships in one night. Stay tuned for more updates…

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Girls Hoops: New 3pt Records!

Congratulations to Maddie Lippy (Senior) on breaking TWO Creekside Girls Basketball records in our District Semifinal Game against Fletcher on 2/4/2020

Records Broke

Career 3pt FG Made – 127
Previously held by Taylor Allen (123)

Single Game 3pt FG Made – 7
Previously held by Calea Kellet (6)

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District Championship Games

District Championship Night for our Knights Winter Sports Teams!

Creekside Knights Boys Soccer takes on Fleming Island tonight @7pm at Fleming Island for a District Championship!

Creekside Knights Girls Basketball takes on Fleming Island tonight @7pm here at THE CASTLE for a District Championship!

Creekside Knights Girls Soccer takes on Fletcher tonight @7pm here at THE CASTLE for a District Championship!

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All-County Wrestling

285: Saul Storey, Creekside, Sr. Regional 1-2A champion was one match from placing at state after winning two state matches. Had a 25-6 record; Darius Stanley, St. Augustine, Sr. District champion finished third at Region 1-2A tourney. Won one match at state. Final record of 51-6.

Source: All-County Wrestling: Sweet ending for Bartram Trail’s Nick Vugman – Sports – The St. Augustine Record – St. Augustine, FL