Lancer Boys' and Girls' basketball teams have taken the floor this season with excitement and determination. After spending a year off from competition, both programs have experienced a growth in student-athlete interest and in community excitement. Boys' basketball is currently 3-7 with 5 games left in pre-league play. Girls basketball competed well in their first game agasint cross town giant Royal High School. The Lady Lancers were lead by the ace shooting from Senior Allison Reimer.
At Grace Brethren, our desire for athletics is to train student-athletes to glorify God through skillful preparation, practice, and performance. When our athletes take to competition, they are trained to be confident in their abilities, knowing that their pursuits will give honor and glory to the Lord no matter what the outcome.
Championship sports programs for grades 9-12.
Character building sports programs for grades 7 & 8.
Superior sports programs for grades 4-6.
At Grace Brethren, we offer a variety of sports in the most competitive leagues in Ventura County. Our student-athletes are encouraged to participate in multiple sports and activities on campus.
The Lady Lancers are currently 2-0 on the season with big wins against cross town giant Simi Valley HS on December 1st and Rio Mesa HS on December 3rd. In their 3-0 win vs Simi Valley HS, Jaidyn Wilson scored two goals while Prya Torres added one. In their next match, great skill was on display at Rio Mesa HS where Madelyn Martinez scored 3 goals for the Lancers to win 3-1. Late in the game, Rio Mesa had a chance to score on a penalty kick, but goalie Jadyn Buckley made a diving save to preserve the two goal advantage. Way to work the field Lady Lancers!
It has been a very successful start of the season for the Lancer Boys' Soccer team. The Lancers are currently 3-0-1 on their season, with 20 goals scored collectively. Kai Terenteiff and Jeremy Larson were both awarded "player of the game" for their efforts in the wins against Santa Clara on December 2nd and against Heritage Christian on December 7th. On December 7th, Grace defeated Heritage Christian with a score of 7-0. Kai Terenteiff scored 3 goals, Jeremy Larson had 2 goals, Joseph Nandor and Alex Effarah had one a piece.
In June, the roster had 7 players and some questioned if there would be a football season for the Lancers this fall. Fast forward five months. . .
The Grace Brethren Lancers overcame a couple of early deficits to defeat the #1 ranked Thacher Toads 43-34 in the 8-man Division 1 semi-finals. In their typical fashion, Grace Brethren received significant contributions from the entire roster. Congratulations to the players, coaches, and families who stayed faithful to the cause and are being rewarded for belief in the process.
On to the finals: The Lancers will face Cate HS on Friday, November 19th at 7:00 PM - the championship contest will be played at Carpinteria HS. Come up on Friday, bring your friends, and enjoy cheering Grace Brethren to another victory.
This is Grace Brethren's 3rd appearance in the 8-man championship (3 in 4 seasons since 1999). From 2002-20019 they appeared in eight (8) 11-man championship games (8 in 18 seasons). The Lancers were CIF champions in 1999, 2004, 2017, and 2018.
In his debut as the Lancer Girls' Volleyball Head Coach, Evan Regenstreif was honored with the tile of Coach of the Year by the Tri-Valley League. Regenstreif led the Lancer girls volleyball team to a record of 10-11 overall, 6-4 in league play. Congratulations to Caoch Regenstreif and the girls' volleyball program at Grace Brethren.