Week of October 3

10/3/22:  In the boys' final season game, they played Providence Day at home. The final score was a loss, but it did not represent how well the boys played. Caleb McClanahan had a season-high 6 saves and an excellent game. The midfield was led by Shreyas Polishetty and the defense was led by Graham Booker. Both players were strong and gave it their all. Luke Nielson also played well and helped the offense get 6 shots against the opponents. 

10/5/22:  LNC 25 - Langtree Charter 0
In their final home game of the season, the Knights put together their best game of the season!  Mason Anderson and Austin Baxter each had interceptions. Mason Anderson also had a receiving and punt return touchdown in the victory.  Chase Roberts sealed the game with a 60 yard TD run that was one of the most exciting of the year, throwing a defender off in the backfield before breaking it loose.  

The Knights hosted Providence Day in their last regular season match. Kate Champion played an amazing match against a very talented Providence Day player. Kate beat her opponent 8-6 at No. 1 singles. At No. 6 singles, Karalyn King dominated her opponent 8-0. LNC trailed 2-4 heading into doubles play. All three matches were close. Kate and Tanvi Prabhu won their match 9-7 at No. 1 doubles. Evie Nieymeyer and Emily Barry lost a close tie breaker at No. 3 doubles. Avery Wells also played a tie break match in exhibition play. She won her match 9-8 (13-11). Ultimately, LNC lost the match 3-6.  


  1. Kate Champion  8-6
  2. Tanvi Prabhu  2-8
  3. Sanvi Nethikunta  1-8
  4. Pranati Kakani  4-8      
  5. Vaishnavi Divyakola  3-8      
  6. Karalyn King   8-0


  1. Kate Champion/Tanvi Prabhu 9-7
  2. Sanvi Nethikunta/Pranati Kakani 5-8
  3. Evie Niemeyer/Emily Barry 8-9 (4-7)

10/4/22:  The boys took home 2nd and the girls took home 3rd at their last official meet before the championships on 10/18.  The boys were only separated by 8 points and the girls-a mere 3 points. Their coaches are very proud of them!

Almost 90% of the athletes achieved their personal record times today.  Shout-out to the top 3 runners! For the girls: Emma Nelson, Mikayla Freeland and Mary Caroline Williams.  For the boys: Jonah White, Garrett Lasarsky and Devin Chiu.

Congratulations to those who dropped a minute off their personal records: Kriya Jagarlamundi, Allie Fallows, Siddhant Gutgutia, Anish Yadla.

10/5/22:  The Lady Knights defeated Concord in 3 sets with scores of 25-9, 25-20 and 25-13. The Knights are now 6-5 in conference and 9-8 overall.  

10/5/22:   The JV Knights defeated Concord in 2 sets with scores of 25-14 and 25-9.

10/6/22:  LNC 9 - Concord 0
The Knights were undefeated in all 6 singles positions and all 3 doubles positions and as a team. In conference play the girls won all 126 conference matches played and finished 14-0 as a team. They have great momentum transitioning into post-season competition!