MaCS Athletic Conference

"And if a man also strive for masteries, yet is he not crowned, except he strive lawfully." (II Timothy 2:5)

Leaders

League President - Cheri Lefever

clefever@harfordchristian.org

 League VP - David Lavoie

lavoie@cbcaknights.org

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Sports

Boys Varsity        Girls Varsity

 Soccer              Volleyball

Basketball          Basketball

Baseball             Soccer



Click here to go to MAXPREPS and search for a MACSAC school, or choose the sport link above!

Click here to go to MAXPREPS and search for a MACSAC school, or choose the sport link above!

MACSAC MEMBER SCHOOLS

Arlington Baptist School 3030 N. Rolling Road Baltimore, MD 21244 Phone: 410-655-9300 FAX: 410-496-3901 www.arlingtonbaptistschool.org Administrator:  Mrs. Aimee Stiles Athletic Director:  Mr. Troy Masterson Email: tmasterson@arlingtonbaptist.org

Arlington Baptist School

3030 N. Rolling Road

Baltimore, MD 21244

Phone: 410-655-9300

FAX: 410-496-3901

www.arlingtonbaptistschool.org

Administrator:  Mrs. Aimee Stiles

Athletic Director:  Mr. Troy Masterson

Email: tmasterson@arlingtonbaptist.org

Calvary Baptist Church Academy 407 Marley Station Road Glen Burnie, MD 21060 Phone 410-768-5324 FAX 410-768-8260 www.cbcaknights.org Administrator: Mr. John Bandy Athletic Director: Mr. Jonathan Hoppe Assistant Principal: Dave Lavoie (MACSAC Vice-President) Email: athletics@cbcaknights.org 

Calvary Baptist Church Academy

407 Marley Station Road

Glen Burnie, MD 21060
Phone 410-768-5324
FAX 410-768-8260
www.cbcaknights.org
Administrator: Mr. John Bandy
Athletic Director: Mr. Jonathan Hoppe

Assistant Principal: Dave Lavoie

(MACSAC Vice-President)
Email: athletics@cbcaknights.org 

Carroll Christian School 550 Baltimore Boulevard Westminster, MD 21157 Phone 410-876-3838 FAX 410-876-1808 www.carrollchristian.com Administrator: Mr. Matt Reisberg Athletic Director: Mr. Gavin Jennings Email: gjennings@carrollchristian.com

Carroll Christian School

550 Baltimore Boulevard

Westminster, MD 21157

Phone 410-876-3838

FAX 410-876-1808

www.carrollchristian.com

Administrator: Mr. Matt Reisberg

Athletic Director: Mr. Gavin Jennings

Email: gjennings@carrollchristian.com

Granite Baptist Church School 7823 Oakwood Road Glen Burnie, MD 21061 Phone 410-761-1118 FAX 410-761-3636 www.granitebaptist.org Administrator:  Athletic Director: Mr. Charlie Clayton Email: charlietara.clayton@yahoo.com

Granite Baptist Church School

7823 Oakwood Road

Glen Burnie, MD 21061

Phone 410-761-1118

FAX 410-761-3636

www.granitebaptist.org

Administrator: 

Athletic Director: Mr. Charlie Clayton

Email: charlietara.clayton@yahoo.com

Harford Christian School 1736 Whiteford Road Darlington, MD 21034 Phone 410-457-5103 FAX 410-836-9749 www.harfordchristian.org Administrator: Mr. Bryan M. Wilson Athletic Director: Mrs. Cheri Lefever (MACSAC President) Email: clefever@harfordchristian.org

Harford Christian School

1736 Whiteford Road

Darlington, MD 21034

Phone 410-457-5103

FAX 410-836-9749

www.harfordchristian.org

Administrator: Mr. Bryan M. Wilson

Athletic Director: Mrs. Cheri Lefever (MACSAC President)

Email: clefever@harfordchristian.org

Frederick Christian Academy 6642 Carpenter Road Frederick, MD 21701 Phone 301-473-8990 FAX 301-473-5701 www.fcamd.org Administrator: Dr. Brad Parker Athletics contact: Dr. Brad Parker (MACS Director of Programs and Services) Email: bparker@fcamd.org

Frederick Christian Academy

6642 Carpenter Road
Frederick, MD 21701
Phone 301-473-8990
FAX 301-473-5701
www.fcamd.org
Administrator: Dr. Brad Parker
Athletics contact: Dr. Brad Parker

(MACS Director of Programs and Services)
Email: bparker@fcamd.org

Red Lion Christian School 105 Springvale Road Red Lion, PA  17356 Phone 717-244-3905 FAX 717-246-3738 www.rlcsathletics.com Administrator: Mr. Steve Schmuck Athletic Director: Mr. David Klinedinst Email: redlionchristianschool@verizon.net

Red Lion Christian School

105 Springvale Road

Red Lion, PA  17356

Phone 717-244-3905

FAX 717-246-3738

www.rlcsathletics.com

Administrator: Mr. Steve Schmuck

Athletic Director: Mr. David Klinedinst

Email: redlionchristianschool@verizon.net

Rosedale Baptist School 9202 Philadelphia Road Rosedale, MD 21237 Phone  410 687-6844 FAX  410-687-1009 www.rbspanthers.org Administrator:  Athletic Director: Mr. Brock Cavenaugh bcavenaugh@rbspanthers.org

Rosedale Baptist School

9202 Philadelphia Road

Rosedale, MD 21237

Phone  410 687-6844

FAX  410-687-1009

www.rbspanthers.org

Administrator: 

Athletic Director: Mr. Brock Cavenaugh

bcavenaugh@rbspanthers.org

Philosophy of Athletics

The inspired writers of Scripture leave no doubt that athletics were a part of the context in which they lived. References to sport, physical training, and competition suggest that they are not off-limits to followers of Christ. References to boxing, training, wrestling, and running a race confirm that athletics are legitimate in a Christian’s life. Paul acknowledged in I Timothy 4:8 that there is, indeed, profit from bodily exercise. He then reminds believers that bodily exercise, like other areas of life, pales in comparison to godliness. The believer’s body is the temple of the Holy Ghost, and bodily exercise, properly undertaken, IS an exercise in godliness. Physical conditioning for God’s glory, for health and development as “good soldiers of Jesus Christ,” and not for sensuality or show, is a spiritual exercise.

As the Christian school movement developed in the 20th century, athletic programs became part of most school programs. Those entrusted with the oversight of Christian school athletics have great influence on a highly visible aspect of the ministry. This includes the Christian school administrator, athletic director, and coaching staff. When a school offers intramural or interscholastic athletics participation to its students, it embraces a process that may serve to be a great blessing and useful tool of instruction. Often overlooked and/or neglected, however, are the perils that are ever-present in the realm of athletics. Following are a few of those perils:  

“And if a man also strive for masteries, yet is he not crowned, except he strive lawfully.” (II Timothy 2:5)

We reside in a sports-dominated society. Consider how much our conversation, television viewing, radio listening, and reading are related to sports. October focuses attention upon the World Series. From September through February, professional football dominates Sunday afternoons and Monday nights. Have you heard the expression “March Madness,” a time when collegiate basketball consumes most of America’s attention? Every two years, the whole world watches as elite athletes from many nations compete in summer or winter Olympics. These examples only begin to reveal the influence of sports and athletics on our culture. Over-emphasis is a continual peril to be avoided.