Boys baseball

Sport Managers:

Michael Taylor, Wayne Country Day School,
919- 221-8980, mtaylor@waynecountryday.com

Corey Gesell, High Point Christian Academy
335-841-8702 x 174, gsesell@hpcacougars.org

DATES AND SITES:

1A - May 10, 14 (or 13 if both heads of schools agree), 17, 2016 at the site of the higher seed, and May 2 and 21, 2016 at Fleming Stadium in Wilson, NC.

2A -May 10, 14 (or 13 if both heads of schools agree), 17, 2016 at the site of the higher seed, and May 2 and 21, 2016 at Gaston Day School in Gastonia, NC.

3A -May 10, 14 (or 13 if both heads of schools agree), 17, 2016 at the site of the higher seed, and May 2 and 21, 2016 at Finch Field in Thomasville, NC.

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BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL

Sport Managers:

Chip Bishop
Fayetteville Academy
910-868-8055 or 910-391-0901 Cell
scoopeagle@yahoo.com

DATES AND SITES:

1A Boys & Girls – February 16, 2016 – Site of higher seed
1A Boys & Girls - February 18 and 19, 2016 at North Raleigh Christian Academy
2A Boys & Girls – February 16, 2016 – Site of higher seed
2A Boys & Girls - February 18 and 19 2016 at St. David's School
3A Boys & Girls – February 16, 2016 – Site of higher seed
3A Boys & Girls - February 18 and 19, 2016 at Ravenscroft School

1A/2A/3A FINALS Will be played on Saturday, February 20, 2016 at Ravenscroft School

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BOYS CROSS-COUNTRY/GIRLS CROSS-COUNTRY

Sport Managers:

Sherry Kapelar, St. David's School
919-703-4775 or 704-645-5393,
skapelar@sdsw.org

DATES AND SITE:

1A/2A/3A: Friday, October 30, 2015 at McAlpine Park, 8711 Monroe Rd. Charlotte, NC 28212

INTENT TO RUN: Friday, September 25, 2015 by 12:00 Noon

ENTRY DEADLINE: Sunday, October 25, 2015 by 12:00 Noon

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GIRLS FIELD HOCKEY

Sport Managers:

Chris Meehl, Cape Fear Academy
910-791-0287 ext 5021
cmeehl@capefearacademy.org

DATES AND SITES:

October 24 (or 23 if both Heads of School agree) and 27, 2015 at site of the higher seed.

October 30 and 31, 2015 at Durham Academy.

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BOYS FOOTBALL

Sport Managers:

8 Man: Robert Kravitz, Arendell Parrott Academy
252-724-1614
rkravitz@parrottacademy.org

11 Man: Dale Earnhardt, Rabun Gap School
828-552-0247
dearnhardt@rabungap.org

DATES AND SITES:

8 Man: October 30 & November 6 at the site of the higher seed. The championship game will be held at a neutral site on November 13, 2015. The subsequent Saturdays – October 31, November 7 and November 14 will be reserved as alternate dates.

11 Man – Division I:November 6 and November 13, 2015 at the site of the higher seed. The subsequent Saturdays, November 7 and November 14 will be reserved as rain dates.

11 Man - Division II: November 6, 13 and 20, 2015 at the site of the higher seed. The subsequent Saturdays, November 7, 14 and 21 will be reserved as rain dates.

11 Man - Division III: November 6, 13 and 20, 2015 at the site of the higher seed. The subsequent Saturdays - November 7, 14 and 21 will be reserved as alternate dates.

Note: Arbitration concerning time and date will be determined by the Sport Chair or the Executive Director.

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BOYS GOLF

Sport Manager:

Adam Schwartz, Westchester CDS
336-869-2128
adam.schwartz@westchestercds.org

DATES AND SITES:

1A: May 16 and 17, 2016 at Mid Pines, Pinehurst, NC
2A: May 16 and 17, 2016 at Tallamore Golf Club, Pinehurst, NC
3A: May 16 and 17, 2016 at TBA

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BOYS LACROSSE

Sport Manager:

Monica Erb, Charlotte Country Day School
704-560-4961
monica.erb@charlottecountryday.org

DATE AND SITE:

May 14, 19 and 21 2016 at the site of the higher seed

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GIRLS LACROSSE

Sport Manager:

Monica Erb, Charlotte Country Day School
704-560-4961
monica.erb@charlottecountryday.org

DATE AND SITE:

May 14 (or 13 if both heads of school agree), 2016 and May 19 and May 21 at the site of the higher seed

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BOYS SOCCER

Sport Managers:

Rob Salter, Greenfield School
252-291-4606 or 252-230-7079
salterr@greenfieldschool.org

Jimmy Hendricks, Faith Christian School
252-908-7378
jimmy.hendricks@fcspatriots.com

DATES AND SITES:

1A - October 24 or Friday, October 23 (if both heads of schools agree), and October 27 at the site of the higher seed and October 30 & 31, 2015 at Greenfield School

2A – October 24 (or Friday, October 23 if both heads of schools agree), and October 27 at the site of the higher seed and October 30 & 31, 2015 at Westchester Country Day School.

3A - October 24 (or Friday, October 23 if both heads of schools agree), and October 27 at the site of the higher seed and October 30 & 31, 2015 at North Raleigh Christian Academy.

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GIRLS SOCCER

Sport Managers:

Rob Salter, Greenfield School
252-291-4606 or 252-230-7079
salterr@greenfieldschool.org

Jimmy Hendricks, Faith Christian School
252-908-7378
jimmy.hendricks@fcspatriots.com

DATES AND SITES:

1A:The first rounds will be played at the site of the higher seed on Saturday, May 14, 2016 (or Friday, May 13 if both heads of schools agree), and on Tuesday, May 17. The final four teams will advance to Wayne Country Day School on May 20 & 21, 2016.

2A:The first rounds will be played at the site of the higher seed on Saturday May 14, 2016 (or Friday, May 13 if both heads of schools agree) and on Tuesday, May 17. The final four teams will advance to Caldwell Academy on May 20 & 21, 2016.

3A: The first rounds will be played at the site of the higher seed on Saturday, May 14, 2016 (or Friday May 13 if both heads of schools agree) and on Tuesday, May 17. The final four teams will advance to Charlotte Latin School on May 20 & 21, 2016.

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GIRLS FAST PITCH SOFTBALL

Sport Manager:

Kelly Clarke, Cape Fear Christian Academy
910-890-3200
klclarke27@gmail.com

DATES AND SITES:

1A: May 17, 20 and 21 2016, at Oakwood School

2A: May 17, 20 and 21 at Freedom Christian Academy

3A: May 12, 17, 20 and 21, 2016 at Gaston Christian School

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BOYS SWIMMING/GIRLS SWIMMING

Sport Manager:

Casey Field,
Gaston Day School,
704-884-3355,
cfield@gastonday.org

DATES AND SITES:

1A/2A/3A: Monday February 15, 2016 at the Greensboro Aquatic Center

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BOYS TENNIS

Sport Managers:

Chris Meehl, Cape Fear Academy,
910-791-0287 x5021,
cmeehl@capefearacademy.org

DATES AND SITES:

1A: May 14 and May 17 at the site of the higher seed, and May 20 and 21, 2016 at Barton College in Wilson

2A: May 14 and 17 at the site of the higher seed, and May 20 and 21, 2016 at Barton College in Wilson

3A: May 14 and 17at the site of the higher seed, and May 20 and 21, 2016 at Providence Day School

(First two rounds at site of higher seed)

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GIRLS TENNIS

Sport Managers:

Chris Meehl, Cape Fear Academy,
910-791-0287 x5021,
cmeehl@capefearacademy.org

DATES AND SITES:

1A - October 24 (or 23 if the heads of both schools agree) and October 27 at the higher seed, and October 30 and 31, 2015, at Barton College in Wilson

2A - October 24 (or 23 if the heads of both schools agree) and October 27 at the site of the higher seed, and October 30 and 31, 2015 at Barton College in Wilson.

3A - October 24 (or 23 if the heads of both schools agree) and October 27 at the site of the higher seed, and October 30 and 31, 2015 at Providence Day School

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BOYS TRACK & FIELD/GIRLS TRACK & FIELD

Sport Managers:

Steve Lykins,
North Raleigh Christian Academy,
919-247-8743,
mlykins@nrcaknights.com

Mike Pratt,
Victory Christian Center School,
704-968-4047,
prattmp@yahoo.com

DATES AND SITES:

Trials on Friday, May 20, 2016

Finals on Saturday, May 21, 2016

1A/2A at TBA

3A at TBA

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GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Sport Managers:

Grant Coffey, Carmel Christian School,
704-578-6254
gcoffey@carmelchristian.org

DATES AND SITES:

1A - October 27, 2015 at the site of the higher seed, Quarters and Semis October 30 at United Faith Christian Academy, Finals October 31, 2015 at Covenant Day School

2A - October 27, 2015 at the site of the higher seed, Quarter and Semis October 30 at Gaston Day School, Finals October 31, 2015 at Covenant Day School

3A - October 27, 2015 at the site of the higher seed, Quarters, Semis October 30 at Charlotte Latin School and Finals October 31, 2015 at Covenant Day School

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BOYS WRESTLING

Sport Manager:

David Gatoux,
Charlotte Latin School,
704-846-7281 or 704-517-6820 cell,
dgatoux@charlottelatin.org

DATE AND SITE:

February 19 and 20, 2016 at Christ School

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HANDBOOK - History

HISTORY OF THE NCISAA

1973-2015

The North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association (NCISAA) was organized by independent schools throughout the state of North Carolina who desired the opportunity to compete for state championships in various sports. Initially, the NCISAA was designed to oversee state play-offs and not to serve as a governing body for regular season play.

In July of 1973 representatives from twenty six North Carolina schools met with Calvin C. Criner at Ravenscroft School in Raleigh. Mr. Criner was, at that time, coordinator of non-public schools from the North Carolina Department of Public Education. James E. Williams, head of Wayne Country Day School, served as the organization's chairman. The following school year, state tournaments were conducted in boys and girls basketball, tennis, and golf. Membership gradually spread throughout the state, and an executive committee evolved and subsequently developed the association's first handbook.

In 1978 David A. Thompson, Director of Athletics at Charlotte Latin School, was elected President and served until 1985. During his tenure the Handbook was refined and regulations increased as membership continued to grow. In 1981 Wachovia Bank and Trust Company became the association's first corporate sponsor and agreed to present a Wachovia Cup for NCISAA athletic program overall excellence. In 1984 the first two division play-off was held in boys and girls basketball.

In 1985 Charles N. Carter was elected President, a Board of Directors was formed, and Kathy Bailey was hired as the first paid employee. Member schools accepted a system of state-wide realignment requiring all schools to affiliate with recognized NCISAA conferences as a condition of membership. In 1987, after two years of deliberation, the Board of Directors, with the assistance of attorney Durwood Laughinghouse, developed a constitution and bylaws which were accepted by the membership, and the NCISAA was incorporated by the state of North Carolina.

In 1991 South Carolina and Virginia schools were added to the growing organization. In 1993 Otho Tucker of the O'Neal School served as President for one year after which Charles Carter was once again elected President.

In 1995 the NCISAA restructured and approved a new constitution authorizing the head of every NCISAA school to be a member of the NCISAA Board of Directors.  Elected from this board was an Executive Committee with one representative from each conference.  In 2005, the Executive Committee was reconstituted as the Board of Directors and authorized to act on the behalf of the NCISAA membership.  Officers of the Board of Directors are the President, Vice-President, and Secretary-Treasurer.  At the present time, Matthew Gossage (Cannon School) serves as President, Todd Anderson (Wayne Country Day School) serves as Vice-President, and Ray Quesnel(Fayetteville Academy) serves as Treasurer.  Under this structure, the working committee (originally the Board of Directors) is known as the Board of Managers and remains under the leadership of Charles N. Carter.  Regular season governance continued to expand.

In 1998,the organization voted to expand to three classifications with thirty nine state tournaments planned in that year. These events are now supported in part by donations from the following corporate sponsorship partners: Wells Fargo (formerly Wachovia), Time Warner Cable, Marketing Special Promotions, Excalibur Awards, Sink Photographic Designs, Excalibur Awards, Wilson Sporting Goods, Adidas and Nike.

By 2001 the organization’s needs had grown to a level requiring an official Executive Director. While Chuck Carter had performed these services on a volunteer basis for many years, his position was officially recognized and he was formally hired by the Executive Committee as the NCISAA’s first Executive Director. Kathy Bailey, formerly Secretary-Treasurer, was named Business Manager and Executive Assistant. In 2003 Chappell Carter joined the NCISAA as Web Site Manager; in 2006 he was appointed Director of Communication.

The year 2004 saw the implementation of a strategic planning process and the ratification of new bylaws with budgetary changes designed to ensure NCISAA leadership for the future. Additionally, the Executive Director took steps to form the North Carolina Federation of Athletic Associations providing an opportunity for the NCISAA, North Carolina High School Athletic Association, and the North Carolina Christian Schools to discuss common issues and opportunities. The NCISAA presently oversees regular season activities as well as 53 state tournaments.

In 2010 the NCISAA enjoyed record growth in corporate sponsorship and implemented a Hall of Fame to honor adult contributions in leadership and service to the organization.  The inaugural class included James E. Williams, founding father; David Thompson, first President of the NCISAA; and Charles N. Carter, President for many years and the first official Executive Director.  Recognition was also given to Isaac B. (Ike) Southerland (Arendell Parrott Academy) for whom the 8 Man Football Championship was named and Benny Alexander (Rocky Mount Academy) for whom the 1A Boys and Girls Basketball Championships were named. Mike Williams received the inaugural NCISAA Service Award for his contributions to the NCISAA.

In 2011 the 10th edition of the bylaws was ratified, and Chappell Carter was named Associate Director.

The winter of 2013 saw the second Hall of Fame event where Jimmy Broadway, long standing Director of Athletics at Charlotte Latin School and Board of Managers representative, and John Hardison, notable Head at Hobgood Academy and long standing Vice President of the Board of Directors were inducted. Kathy Bailey was presented a service award for her participation in the growth of the organization.

In the winter of 2015, Doug Cobbs of Ridgecroft School was recognized for his 25 years of service on the Board of Managers. The Doug Cobbs Service Award was named; the first presentation was made to Steve Dahl of O’Neal School for his dedicated service and longstanding presence on the Board of Managers.

Chuck Carter, after 42 years of leadership in the NCISAA, retired on May 31, 2015. Homar Ramirez, Jr. was chosen as his successor and officially became the Executive Director on June 1, 2015.