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Joe Thuney, a graduate from Alter High School in Kettering, was a part of the Champion New England Patriots win over the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI. The 6’5” guard grew up in Centerville and after Graduation attended North Carolina State University. He was chosen in the 3rd round

Around the Archdiocese of Cincinnati on Wednesday, February 1st on National Signing Day. National Signing Day is usually the first Wednesday of February, is the first day that a high school senior can sign a binding National Letter of Intent for college sports with a school that is a member of

Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr has approved a change in leadership at Archbishop Alter High School, a Catholic high school in Kettering operated by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Effective July 1, 2016, Alter Principal Lourdes Lambert will become the Head of School, assuming the title of “Principal-CEO” and Father James Manning

Official OHSAA Recap COLUMBUS – In a rematch of last year’s Division II girls basketball state championship game, Kettering Archbishop Alter put forth a record-setting scoring performance to defeat Ottawa-Glandorf, 74-48, on its way to winning its second-consecutive OHSAA Girls Basketball Division II State Tournament championship on Saturday afternoon at

CANTON — St. Xavier High School won the 2016 OHSAA Division I Boys State Swimming and Diving Tournament Saturday, Feb. 27, as the Bombers scored a state meet-record 398 points en route to winning their eighth-consecutive and 37th overall state championship. St. Xavier took the lead from the start as the

Staff Report By this point in the summer, students have long forgotten what was on their final exam. Sure to be remembered, however, are moments like the one captured above. Featuring Alter High School students Kyly Borton, Kristen Petrovsky, Abby Nichols, and Perri Bockrath, this photo was taking after the

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph The death of a parent can be a defining moment in a young child’s life, but a tragic circumstance can often become an occasion of God’s grace. Andrew Eisenhauer, one of 167 students graduating from Alter High School this year, experienced the loss of

Staff Report Perfection is the goal of all athletes and nothing symbolizes perfection like an unbeaten record and a state championship trophy. Archbishop Alter High School in Kettering sent its girls all the way to the state championship game last year, but the Lady Knights fell short. This season, there

Students visit with Santa Claus. (Courtesy Photo/McAuley HS) Staff Report Getting in the Christmas spirit, the 21 seniors in McAuley High School’s Child Development class concluded their semester by making toys, like Santa’s elves. The seniors planned and directed 12 preschool classes with area children over the course of the

Staff Report The Ohio High School Athletic Association began its state tournament for high school football in 1972 but the first high school from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati to win that tournament was Middletown’s Bishop Fenwick in 1973. Today’s Throwback Thursday is football-related in honor of a pair of archdiocese