For the third consecutive year, Brandon Stephens was named the Triangle Independent Schools Athletic Conference Player of the Year in baseball and was again recognized as Most Outstanding for the Bulldogs.
Stephens, who has signed to play his college baseball at UNC Greensboro and was also named to the North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association 3A All-State Team, had a sizzling senior campaign hitting .451 at the plate with 27 runs batted in, 13 stolen bases, 10 doubles and five homeruns.
Nathaniel Williams went 5-0 on the mound for Wake Christian with a 1.18 earned run average to win the Pitching Award while Zachery Guyer won the Hitting Award thanks to a .365 batting average, 27 hits, 19 runs and 10 doubles. Along with Guyer and Stephens, Adam Jones was named to the TISAC all-conference team.
A freshman led the way for the 15-win softball team as Savannah Craft had a stellar season at the plate for Wake Christian and was named MVP.
Craft, who was also named to the all-state team, led the Bulldogs with a .627 batting average, 51 RBIs, 37 hits, 35 runs, 12 doubles and nine homeruns. Maggie Lucas won Defensive MVP thanks to a .952 fielding percentage, 40 putouts and only two errors. Brandy Hampton represented Wake Christian on the all-conference team as well.
For the second year in a row, Annah Bishop and Dani Mathias were recognized as the top defensive and offensive players for the girls soccer team.
Bishop spearheaded the Bulldogs’ defense that gave up less than three goals per contest while Matthias once again proved to be a dynamic attacking force, finishing the season with 12 goals and 12 assists. Anna Fish was named to the all-conference team from the Bulldogs.
In boys tennis, Logan Davis won the #1 Player Award as the senior posted four singles wins on the season and combined with teammates for three doubles victories.
Blake Amick earned Best Record honors, going 5-7 in singles matches and 4-6 in doubles.
Sophomore Noah Kallam earned the MVP award for the boys golf team. Kallam is currently ranked in the top-40 list of rising junior golfers in the Tarheel Youth Golf Association rankings. Cameron Brown earned the Young Gun Award while Hunter Johnson took home most improved.