News from CAK
CAK is pleased to announce that three of our outstanding high school athletes are going to play at the next level - Division I collegiate athletics. Among them is the first-ever female lacrosse athlete from Knox County to sign for a Division I school, Hailey Carroll. The list also includes two members of the three-time state championship CAK baseball team, Austen Jaslove and Connor Jurek.
Hailey Carroll will be attending Gardner-Webb University. She is a 4-year starter for the varsity lacrosse team at CAK, and a member of the TNLAX Travel Team. Carroll has also been on the Tennessee National Lacrosse Team for the past two years, and has been on the All Prep Xtra Girls Lacrosse Team. She has been 1st Team All-Region, and a Knox News Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year Nominee.
Austen Jaslove is signing with the University of Tennessee. As a four-year varsity starter for the CAK baseball team, Jaslove helped his team win three state championships. Other honors include: 2019 All-District, Sophomore Rookie of the Year, and Sophomore and Junior 2x Gold Glove.
Connor Jurek will play for the University of South Caroline Upstate. He is also a four-year member of the state championship CAK baseball team. His other honors include: 2019 All-District, 2019 All-Region, 2019 5 Star Prep and Prep Xtra 1st Team, and 2019 Offensive MVP.
The Christian Academy of Knoxville baseball team is the 2019 Division II A State Champion after defeating CPA 3-2 on Thursday, May 23 in Murfreesboro!
Coach Tommy Pharr and his team have won the title three years in a row, 2017, 2018, and 2019. They also have a title from 2014.
We are so proud! Congrats, Warriors!