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Pilgrims are Regional Champs!

Pilgrims defeat Morenci to advance to the Regional Finals! The Lansing Christian Pilgrims, “played the best basketball they’ve played all year,” according to Coach Mustaine in last night’s opening round of Regionals. It was all about defense as Lansing Christian held Morenci to just 22 points for the game. “Now it’s time to focus and

Pilgrims Win Districts to Advance to Regionals

In the first round of districts, LCS played a good Webberville team on their home court. The Pilgrims played well in the first half by hitting shots from the field. Late in the third, Webberville made a run, but the boys weathered the storm and ended up winning 63-36. Matt Havey, senior guard, put up

Pilgrims win on Senior Night to end regular season

It was an exciting way to end a prosperous regular season. The Lansing Christian hosted the Cougars of Lenawee Christian on Tuesday night, with the first play of the game being an alley-oop pass from Senior Forrest Bouyer to Senior Preston Granger for a slam dunk. Lansing Christian cleaned the glass the entire game, restlessly

Olivet Defeats LCS to share GLAC Championship

A hard fought GLAC game ended with a last second 3-point attempt from the Pilgrims that fell short. LCS was hosted by Olivet, and had a chance to win the GLAC conference outright, but lost by a score of 52-49. For the first time in the history of the program, LCS became co-champions of the

Pilgrim Play Basketball a success!

   The first season of Pilgrim Play Basketball wrapped up on Saturday, February 19. The expectation of our Pilgrim Play program is for each student to: Have Fun, Get Better, Work Hard, and to Challenge Themselves. We had over 70 students aged 4-10 come out for four consecutive Saturdays to work on their basketball skills,

Fowler Defeats LCS in Class D Contest

LCS traveled to Fowler to compete in a good class D contest. Fowler jumped out to an early lead on the back of their post presence. Lansing Christian closed the gap of the lead in the second with defensive pressure. However, down the stretch, Fowler’s inside shooting was just too much for the Pilgrims to

Lansing Christian Varsity Team takes care of business against Lakewood

Lansing Christian hosted the Vikings of Lakewood on Tuesday. Both teams came to play in a very competitive first half. Lakewood only trailed by two points going into the locker room at the half 33-31. However, Lansing Christian’s defense responded and held the Vikings to a mere 15 points in the second half. On steals

LCS Loses Conference Match-Up Friday

The Lansing Christian Pilgrims basketball team lost Friday’s hard fought home conference game against Stockbridge by a score of 61-59. LCS had a lead of 14 in the first half, but Stockbridge answered with efficient shooting, in the field and at the foul line, to come back and eventually take the lead. The Pilgrims struggled

Youth Basketball – end of the regular season

3rd/4th Girls Team (Finished the Regular Season 3-4) 1/28: LCS 3/4 Girls won vs Olivet 24-17 Leaders: Points (Alyssa Shank 12, Allie Casteel 8, Grace Buchalski 2, Rylie Wayner 2) Rebounds (Allie Casteel 6, Jaida Williams 5, Grace Buchalski 4, Alyssa Shank 4, Sophia Nielsen 3, Autumn Allen 2, Jordain Williams 1) Steals (Alyssa Shank

Varsity Boys Basketball Recap

Varsity Boys travel to Tri-Unity Christian for a Win Coach Mustaine was very pleased with the caliber of play the Pilgrims presented in their game last Tuesday. It was a top 10 class D matchup– Lansing Christian traveled to Tri-Unity Christian, a team that has been known to shoot very well. “I loved our defense,