High School Athletics

Athletics are part of God's creation. As such, athletics are intended to bring glory to Him, our Heavenly Father. Athletics from a Christian perspective should have several distinct characteristics that allow coaches, athletes and spectators to bring glory to God. These distinctives are drawn from God's Word and, therefore, may be different from "the world's" viewpoint. It is vital that each Christian athlete, coach and spectator be willing to submit, make changes, grow and mature so that God will be pleased. Oftentimes this change is difficult due to past experiences, ingrown patterns, respected examples and simple tradition ("I coach the way I was coached"), yet these need to be brought under the scrutiny of God's Word for validation or rejection (Leviticus 20:23, Romans 12:1-2).


  • To establish/sponsor competitive teams geared toward the competitive nature of CIF sanctioned sports.
  • To provide an opportunity for an athlete to gain knowledge and skill for advanced levels of commitment or play.


 DCHS offers a wide range of activities for every student. Students have the opportunity to participate in CIF sports teams in football, cross-country, volleyball, soccer, softball, baseball, track, basketball, and cheerleading. A fee-per-sport is assessed to help cover the various expenses incurred in the program. It is due by a specified date prior to the beginning of the season. 

Winter Sports Update
Girls’ Soccer
The Lady Knights continue to remain undefeated 16-0 overall and 9-0 in Desert Mountain League. They have remained the #1 ranked team in their division the entire season and are looking forward to finishing #1 heading into the CIF play-offs. Their final home league game will be against a tough opponent (Mammoth) on Thursday, February 10 at 3 p.m. on field 29 at the Soccer Complex. Come and watch incredible soccer as these young ladies play for Christ’s glory.
Boys’ Soccer
The boys’ soccer team is currently in 2nd place in the Desert Mountain League with a 7-1-1 record heading into the final stretch. Their last game of league play will be against Mammoth which will be the determining game as to who ends up in 1st place. The final game against Mammoth will be played at home on Thursday, February 10 at the Lancaster Soccer Complex at 3 p.m. on field 31. Come support the Knights!
Boys’ Basketball
The boys’ basketball team is currently in 2nd place with an 8-2 record with four league games remaining. They are one game behind league Silver Valley and will have the opportunity to challenge for a Desert Mountain League title when they visit the Trojans on Tuesday, February 8. The last home game for the Knights will be Friday, February 11, against Vasquez at 7:30 p.m. at which time a number of seniors will be recognized. Come and support the boys.
Girls’ Basketball
The girls’ basketball team is currently 14-5 over-all and 8-0 in Desert Mountain League play. Just recently, the Lady Knights traveled to Lone Pine, at which time the Eagles were undefeated in Desert Mountain League. The Knights won the contest 56-36 behind Raven D.’s 24 points and Abigail W.’s 21 points. The final home league game will be against Vasquez on Friday, February 11, at 6 p.m. This will also be senior night for our Lady Knights, so come and encourage these young ladies.




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