Girls Basketball Tryouts

Girls Basketball Tryouts will be on Monday, October 25, and Tuesday, October 26. Time is TBD as Volleyball is finishing their season. We will update this post with times when they become available.

Please contact Coach Cashwell or Coach Durnin for more details.

Players must be cleared to participate in tryouts by completing the Athletic Clearance Registry steps below.

* REMINDER * – Athletic Clearance only accepts physicals completed using an EL2 Form


Our season schedule can be accessed here: SCHEDULE 21-22


Lady Knights Star Breaks Rebounding Record

Sophomore star Kayla Kastor broke the single game rebounding record in the Lady Knights game against University Christian on January 12, 2021. Kayla manhandled the boards, registering 9 offensive and 15 defensive rebounds for 24 total on the night. The previous record was 23, recorded back in 2009.

Kayla came into the game coming close to breaking the record earlier in the season by snagging 19 rebounds on November 23rd against the St Josephs Flashes. Kayla has been a beast rebounding all season, averaging 10.3 rebounds per game so far this season.

Way to go Kayla!


Lady Knights Basketball Give a Jersey/Get a Jersey Donation

The Lady Knights Basketball Team will be hosting a fundraiser to raise funds for a new uniform. The Give a Jersey/Get a Jersey fundraiser asks for a monetary donation in exchange for a Lady Knights jersey from previous seasons.

You can make your donation using the following link:


5-Star Gardner Earns ANOTHER 2nd Team Selection

Another week, another All-Area Selection for Taylor “5-Star” Gardner.

In the least surprising bit of news of the week, News4Jax released their Girls Hoops 1st and 2nd Team selections, with Taylor, once again, earning the highest ranking of any girl in St Johns County by making the 2nd Team. Her wonderful teammates Maddie Lippy and Emily McIntosh earned Honorable Mention nods to accompany Taylor in the rankings.

It is clear from both the DuvalSports and News4Jax All Area Selections that rival coaches and area scouts view Taylor as the highest ranked prospect coming out of St Johns County this year. Unfortunately, Taylor was not able to capture the hearts of the St Augustine Record and earn St Johns County Player of the Year. We all know Taylor will put her head down and put in the work needed to help her team win, so we can only hope she gets the recognition she deserves in her Senior Season.


Taylor Gardner Leads Lady Knights Hoops With Multiple All-County and All-Area Selections

Taylor Gardner led the Lady Knights this year, earning a spot on the All-St. Johns County First Team and the All-First Coast Second Team.

Joining Taylor was Emily McIntosh and Maddie Lippy on the All-St. Johns County Second Team, with Maddie also earning an All-First Coast Third Team selection, while Emily earned Honorable Mention in All-First Coast Selections.

Oddly enough, Taylor was the highest rated St Johns County player nominated to an All-First Coast team, yet was unable to take home All-St. Johns County Player of the Year. We will have to wait until next year to see if Taylor “5-Star” Gardner can pick up one last award to add to her already illustrious career!




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


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!


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…


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)