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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

By Matt Hadro CNA/EWTN News  Many challenges to families need addressing today, including perhaps too much attention given to college basketball’s “March Madness,” and not enough to studying Church teaching. So said Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville, the head of the U.S. bishops conference, at a Mar. 16 discussion at

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph The bright lights of national media rarely focus on Division III college basketball, but on Nov. 2, 116 members of said media were credentialed for a Mount St. Joseph University women’s basketball game. The attention had little to do with the actual contest between

From Staff & Wire Reports Ursuline Academy won its second-straight OHSAA Division I Swimming state championship Feb. 22 in Canton, scoring 281 points. The school sent nine swimmers to state, winning eight of 11 events in the process.

Staff Report Cincinnati Catholic schools took home both the boys and girls state high school swimming championships this season. On the girls’ side, Ursuline Academy took home the 2013 state championship. It is the school’s sixth team title and its first since 2002. Bridget Blood won an individual state championship

This story is exclusive web content from The Catholic Telegraph Xavier University announced Wednesday that one of its athletic dreams was coming true. The school, along with Butler and Creighton, will join Georgetown, Villanova, Marquette, St. John’s, Providence, Seton Hall and DePaul in a reformulated Big East. Learn more about