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In Roman Catholic’s AAAA state championship win last weekend, an injured senior thought he was done for the year — until the coach put him in near the end of the game.
The crack of the bat is a sure sign of spring, one that calls Ray McKenna to the field.
The Neumann-Goretti girls waltzed to the state championship today, March 20, as four more boys and girls Catholic teams from the archdiocese prepare for their state final games in Hershey — see our predictions on their outcomes.
The girls CYO basketball team of St. Andrew Parish, Newtown, captured the state CYO championship Sunday, March 15 by beating St. Bernadette of the Erie Diocese, 32-18. St. Andrew’s earned the trip to the tournament held at Berks Catholic High School and went undefeated in three games to capture the title. The team and coaches […]
St. Basil Academy’s basketball team didn’t win the Catholic Academies League but they have nonetheless advanced to the PIAA state quarterfinal game tonight. Solid fundamentals bolster their stifling team defense.
The girls’ varsity CYO basketball team of St. Andrew Parish, Newtown, will play in the state CYO championship tournament in Reading this weekend.
Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish in Limerick hosted a game between the high school CYO boys and a team of seminarians from St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, all to support vocations.
Few gave Archbishop Wood much of a chance against the nation’s number-one team, Neumann-Goretti, in the Catholic League championship. But the Saints prevailed narrowly, winning 50-45.
Roman Catholic High School achieved its top goal this season by surviving a late run from six-time consecutive champion Neumann Goretti to capture the Catholic League boys basketball championship.
The legendary Palestra hosted a memorable Catholic League basketball doubleheader in which winners Roman Catholic and Neumann-Goretti advanced to Monday night’s finals. They proved that in the league, no lead is safe.