SUMMER 2023 Wrestling The Saints finished the regular season with a 12-12 dual record including a 10-2 record against 4A opponents earning the third seed at the 2023 Dual State Tournament. In the postseason Saints Wrestling finished third at the 4A Dual State tournament, second overall at the 4A North Regional Tournament, and fourth overall at the AAA State Tournament. Shiloh had the honor of hosting the first-ever AAAsanctioned 4A North Regional Qualifier where seven Shiloh wrestlers qualified for the State Tournament. At the State Tournament, Shilon had four state placers, including two 4A State Champions, Jack Hooe and Dax Widger. Jack and Dax were also asked to compete at the Arkansas Wrestling Hall of Fame Meet of Champions. Trap Shooting The Shiloh Trap team had a very successful season! The team began their season with practice in the February cold and finished up in the June heat. Our Senior High Team placed first at the Arkansas High School Clay League State Tournament. Bryar Hale, Carter Holman, and Mason Leder were named to the All-State team and Bryar Hale placed first and had the overall highest score. The Junior High team had a strong season and finished third at regionals. Soccer The Lady Saints Varsity Soccer team finished the season 7-5-1. The Lady Saints had eight shutout performances in conference play and only allowed two goals. The team defeated Star City High School in the first round of the 4A State tournament, then fell to the eventual State Champion Harding Academy in the quarterfinal game. The Lady Saints continued to improve throughout the season with ball control and team play across the pitch. All 36 players on the roster contributed to the success of the team through their play on the field, in practice, and their leadership and dedication on and off the field. The 2023 team was the largest in recent years, allowing for an entire Junior Varsity team. Bella Bonanno, Gabby Bradshaw, and Olivia Grace Silvey were all named 4A All State. Cheer The Shiloh Christian Cheer Program exists to lead the Shiloh Community in school spirit while working hard to improve team and individual skills in the sport of cheer. With tryouts last April and the banquet to wrap up the season in February, it was a full season of making memories for our Youth, 7th Grade, Junior High, JV, and Varsity teams. Two hundred and fifteen girls were part of the program, making this year's participation the largest to date. Favorite events for our athletes through the season were UCA Home Camp, Choreography Day, Signing Day, Annual Elementary Clinic, Pep Rallies, Homecoming, Playoff Games, Competitions, the State House, Colors Day, Senior Night, and the end-of-season Banquet. Sophie Duke and Callie Rowland led the Varsity team as Co-Captains, providing outstanding leadership for the program overall. Olivia Grace Silvey received All-State recognition from the Arkansas Activities Association, becoming the first junior to receive this honor. SPORTS: SEASON SUMMARIES 23

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