Sep
18

Crusader Games Available Online

Corn, OKLA — On Friday, September 19th, the Crusader volleyball and football will be streamed online as the Tipton Tigers come to challenge the CBA Crusaders. The home volleyball game is not on the original schedule and is a varsity game only. The events will be broadcast by the Tipton FFA and can be seen live at the website address:  http://www.tiptontigers.net/District/1379-Video-Feeds.html . The volleyball game serves up at 4:30 p.m. at the CBA gym and the football game kicks off at 7:30 p.m. at Crusader Park. Crusader fans that are not able to attend the games are encouraged to watch the game at home.

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Mark Thiessen
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Sep
16

JH Football 3-0

Corn, OKLA — The Crusader junior high football team got its third win of the season as they traveled to Duke to take on the Tigers.  The defensive struggle saw Duke challenge the Crusaders at the line as CBA fought hard for a 16 to 0 win.  Crusader offense stalled for most of the game due to a combination of penalties and offensive mistakes along with tough defense by the Tigers. Andre Miller put the Crusaders on the board as he scored once in each half. On the other side of the ball, the CBA defense played outstanding, giving up just 2 first downs, one of those coming on a fake punt.  Garrison Reimer, Logan Dodd, and Brooks Red led the way on defense.  The junior high Crusaders travel to Mountain View on Monday, September 22.

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Todd Smith
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Sep
16

Crusaders Place 2nd at Bethany

Corn, OKLA — The Lady Crusader volleyball team travelled to Bethany for a round robin tournament against five other teams. At the end of the day, the Crusaders were 4-1, with their only loss to the host team, Bethany. With only one loss, the Crusaders placed 2nd for the tournament. The Crusaders won against Hennessy, 25-11 and 25-14; Seminole, 25-6 and 25-17; Crossings, 25-17 and 25-16; and Weatherford, 25-21 and 25-17. The Crusaders lost in three to Bethany by scores of 15-25, 25-13, and 0-15. Coach Basinger feels the team is gaining momentum as they approach the volleyball regionals the first week of October.

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Sep
10

Lady Crusaders Win Consolation

Corn, OKLA — The Varsity Lady Crusaders participated in the Chickasha Invitational Tournament on September 7th. The Crusaders had 3 matches in the morning, losing to Lawton Eisenhower and Guymon and winning against Capitol Hill. The win-loss record put the Crusaders in third place in their division and placed the Crusaders in the consolation bracket where they faced Oklahoma Centennial. The Crusaders won in two sets, 25-4 and 25-8. Win the win, the Crusaders advanced to the consolation finals against Tecumseh.  The Crusaders were able to stay focused and won the consolation championship by winning two sets in a row, 25-19 and 25-13. Coach Basinger was proud of the way the team stayed focused throughout the day.

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Mark Thiessen
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Sep
10

JH Crusaders Win Tournament

Corn, OKLA — On September 6, 2014, the Jr. High Lady Crusaders participated in the Weatherford Middle School volleyball tournament in Weatherford. Eight teams competed in the morning with pool play to determine the tournament bracket placement for the afternoon. In the pool play, the Crusaders won easily against Tipton and Weatherford B but stumbled in the final game as the Lady Crusaders suffered their first loss of the season to Clinton A. In spite of the loss, the Crusaders were in a three way tie in their pool based on record. Margin of victory was used as the tie breaker and the Crusaders had the largest point spread earning the top seed in the championship bracket. The Crusaders first opponent in the championship bracket was Weatherford A, the runner up from the other pool.  The Crusaders started strong and won the first two sets advancing to the championship finals. In the finals the Crusaders faced Tipton, the top seed from the other group of teams. The Crusaders played lights out, winning the first two sets easily and earning the championship trophy.

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Sep
05

Crusader JH Win Opener

Corn, OKLA — The Corn Bible Academy Junior High Crusaders football team came away with an impressive win in their first game on Tuesday night over Mountain View-Gotebo.  The young Crusader team of 11 players won the contest 56-14. Scoring for the Crusaders were Andre Miller, Austin Horn, Brooks Red, and Garrison Reimer. Leading the way blocking for those who scored were interior linemen, Logan Dodd, Cody Schmidt, and Daniel Koscheski, and ends Boston Terrell, Ian Hutto-Garrett, and Layne Gwartney. Efficient tackling was a strong point on defense as the entire team gave outstanding effort and hustled to the point of attack. Coaches were pleased with the way the players adjusted to different playing assignments as the game progressed. Next week, the junior high team travels to Cement to take on the Bulldogs at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, September 8.

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Todd Smith
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Sep
02

Open House For Parents September 4

Corn, OKLA — CBA will be holding an open house for parents of CBA students beginning at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 4th. After a short assembly meeting, an abbreviated class schedule will take place for parents to attend the classes that their students are taking. Teachers will be presenting information about the courses and available to answer questions. All parents are invited.

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Mark Thiessen
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Sep
02

The Best in the West

Corn, OKLA — On August 25, 2014, the Jr. High Lady Crusaders participated in the Best of the West volleyball tournament in Clinton. Eight teams from western Oklahoma competed each hoping to claim the title of “The Best in The West”. The teams were divided into groups of four in the morning and the pool play results were used to place the teams in the tournament bracket for the afternoon. Corn Bible Academy, Snyder, Weatherford and Clinton were placed in one pool for the morning competition. The Lady Crusaders were able to defeat all three opponents in their pool without a single set lost. With an unbeaten record the Crusaders went into the playoff round as the top seed from their pool. Their first opponent, the Weatherford Black, placed second in the other pool of teams. The Crusaders were victorious two sets to none. Advancing to the championship finals, CBA faced Lawton MacArthur, the first place team from the other pool. With an unbeaten record going into the finals, the Lady Crusaders maintained their momentum and defeated Lawton MacArthur in two straight sets claiming the title of “The Best in the West” for the 2014 season.

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Dora Miller
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Aug
21

Crusaders Play Laser Tag

Corn, OKLA — The CBA student council planned a unique game of tag for the 2014 back to school party. The students and faculty went to Laser Quest in Oklahoma City for a no holds barred tag as many as you can conquest. On the way, the students were assigned a brother or sister to sit with on the bus. Older students were paired up with younger students, giving them a chance they wouldn’t normally have to talk with each other. Senior Riley Kliewer said “It was interesting and fun to hang out with the younger kids.” History teacher Mr. Schmidt said, “The little sister-big sister program worked well for the girls because they talked on the bus and really got to know each other, but the boys really connected over laser tag.” Laser tag is played in an 8000 square foot warehouse filled with a monstrous multi-level black room. The only available light comes from black lights that are strategically placed throughout the room. There are multiple dark corners and crevices for players to hide. Lasers pierce the air and bounce off of mirrors, searching for sensors on fellow players’ vests to add points to the score.  The event was a success as new friends were made and old friendships renewed for the 2014-2015 school year.

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Aug
21

Varsity Volleyball In Action

Corn, OKLA — The Corn Bible Academy Lady Crusaders have started their volleyball season and are seeing improvement in each game as the season progresses. The Crusades have a record of 1-3 with a win over Amber-Pocassett and losses to Community Christian, Clinton, and Cache. The Crusaders have a young lineup that includes two juniors, three sophomores and a freshman. Friday and Saturday the Crusaders will participate in the Best of the West tournament to be held at Clinton with their first match at 12:00 p.m. on Friday.

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Mark Thiessen
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