Track and Field
Each year, there are many opportunities for students to compete and grow athletically. Sports and physcial activity are in integral part of Gethsemane Lutheran School. Physical education classes are worked into weekly schedules and extra-curricular athletics occur throughout the year. Mr. Pederson serves as our athletic director for all sports. If you have any questions about extra-curricular athletic programs, please contact Mr. Pederson.
Boys and girls from 3rd and 4th grade are competing in the YMCA fall league this season. The goal with these effors is to create an opportunity for our younger kids to develop some basic basketball skills and learn how to play together as a team. Thank you to the coaches and parents for making…
Three volleyball teams from Gethsemane competed in the NELHS Fall Tournament on 10/28. The 8th grade team is pictured here enjoying themselves during pictures afterwards. Thank you to all of our coaches for another fun, fall volleyball season! GO FALCONS!
The 7th grade team enjoyed competing in the fall NELHS volleyball tournament. Thank you Coach R, Coach H and Coach J for all your efforts! GO FALCONS!
The 5th and 6th graders joined up to represent Gethsemane in the B Division at NELHS on 10/28. Special thanks to Coach B and Coach P for coaching the team this year! GO FALCONS!
Our soccer teams have completed their seasons. We thank our coaches, players, and parents for a great season and for all of their work and support.
Those interested in signing up for 2017-2018 basketball need to return your sign-up sheets to Mr. Pederson by Monday, 10/16. Practices will begin as early as November with games schedules to follow soon thereafter. Team break outs will be determined after all sign-up sheets are returned so your timely response is appreciated!
Congratulations to the 7th-8th grade soccer team for going 3-0 at their weekend tournament in Norfolk. The team posted 16 goals, while only giving up 2 goals. Great team effort all around! GO FALCONS!
With nice teamwork and all players contributing to the win, the upper grade team stayed undefeated by winning 5-2 on Saturday, 9/23. The hot conditions have been the story of “fall” soccer this year with game time temperatures in the 90s. GO FALCONS!
The 7th and 8th graders persevered and held off their opponents by just one goal, two games in a row on 9/9 and 9/16, to remain undefeated. The team will travel to Norfolk in a few weeks to compete in a tournament there. Go Falcons!