Welcome to CAC Athletics

Welcome to CAC Athletics

We are proud to provide Central Arkansas Christian students with the opportunity to participate in multiple athletic endeavors at the elementary, middle school and high school level. From football to bowling, to archery and volleyball, our Athletic Program continues to grow in size and variety each year.

The CAC Athletic Department, coaches and trainers use Christ-like approaches to instill the importance of teamwork, discipline, humbleness and the willingness to be challenged in our athletes during practices, as well as encouraging them in classrooms and chapel services each day.  CAC coaches are all experienced in and passionate about their fields, but like all of our staff at CAC, wins and awards are less important than the students’ spiritual growth.

For on-the-go game information and results, follow @CACAthletics on Twitter.

COVID-19 Impact on CAC Sports

On Friday, Aug. 14, the Governor and the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) published directives for private and public school venues for athletic contests. CAC has reviewed these directives and implemented a plan for our facilities and teams. 

The general guidelines are as follows:

  1. Limited venue capacities.
  2. Face coverings required at all times, even when seated. 
  3. Physical distancing required at all times (six feet or more). Household units may sit together, but must be six feet from the next group. 
  4. Limited concessions will be available (pre-packaged items only).
  5. Signs will be posted cautioning high-risk individuals from entering. 


CAC will pre-sell tickets to all home events. Student athletes will receive a limited number of pre-sold tickets for each home event (the number will vary based on the venue and sport). NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE GATE. We understand this is a significant change, however, we are pleased our student athletes will have the opportunity to take part in our athletic programs. To offer these events, it will take a partnership between parents, athletes and schools to make sure all directives are followed. 

There will be no season passes sold to parents or given to students this year. Instead, tickets for fall athletic events will be sold online prior to the season. Tickets will be offered to participant families first. In some cases, individual game tickets will be available to purchase in the office prior to the event. Parents and guardians of student athletes will receive an email this week with a link to reserve tickets for all home events for the fall season (i.e. — football and cheer parents will purchase tickets for all five home games). FACTS accounts will be charged one time for the total cost of tickets reserved for the season. Tickets purchased will be sent home with students. 

Patrons (adults and students) will be required to show a ticket upon entry, but no money will be exchanged at the gate. Fans are asked to arrive for their student-athlete’s designated event only and leave immediately following the competition. (For example, if your student plays 7th grade volleyball, please arrive as the event begins and leave as the event ends — do not stay for the JH volleyball game that follows.) This will ensure physical distancing can be achieved at all times. 

Ticket FAQ

  1. Where do we reserve our tickets?

Parents and guardians of student athletes will receive an email this week with a link to reserve tickets for all home events for the fall season (i.e. — football and cheer parents will purchase tickets for all five home games). 

  1. How many tickets can we reserve?

The capacity varies by venue. The number of tickets available will be determined by the location and the number of participants in that sport. Details will be provided in the ticket reservation email. 

  1. How much do tickets cost?

Each ticket costs $5. Siblings who are CAC students will be admitted free of charge but must present a ticket at the door.

  1. How do we receive our tickets?
    Tickets for all home events will be sent home with students. 
  2. What if I have a AAA pass?

AAA Passes will be honored (Admits 2). You will still be required to present a ticket at the door. CAC has a record of individuals who have a AAA pass from the school, and those individuals will not be charged when requesting tickets. If you have a AAA pass from an outside source, please email me and let me know (hcruce@cacmustangs.org). 

  1. What about tickets to away events?

Each venue will be different. CAC will communicate with each school regarding their process. Coaches will then communicate the requirements for each venue as soon as possible. Tickets will be offered to participant’s families first. 

  1. What if we do not use our tickets for the event?

CAC will not offer refunds for unused tickets to individual games. However, in the event of a postponement, refunds will be issued for games not played.


CAC has made a significant investment in live streaming technology for the football stadium and gym. Middle school and high school games at these locations will be available to view on the NFHS Network. The platform requires a monthly ($10.99) or annual ($69.99) subscription. The subscription covers all events and teams’ broadcasts on our school network. You can sign up for a subscription here. 


Learn More

Through their dedication to training and team-building in season and off season, Mustang teams have won 26 State Championship titles in football, baseball, soccer, basketball, golf, tennis, softball and wrestling since 2001.

Completed State Championship & Runner Up Archive

CAC All-Access: Athletics

See how Mustang athletes and coaches prepare for the sports season by watching CAC All-Access: Athletics.