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Fenwick and McNicholas high school football players participate in a pre-season Rosary Rally. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
Staff Report Seven Catholic high school football teams from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati entered the OHSAA playoffs three weeks ago, but only two remain — undefeated Bishop Fenwick and reigning Division II state champ La Salle. The Falcons were the only Catholic school team in the archdiocese to end the regular

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Having a boys and girls team from the same school win respective state titles in the same sport is rare, but it does happen. With a pair of dominant shutout victories Nov. 13 and 14, Summit Country Day High School did just that. On

By John Stegeman Three Catholic schools from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati saw their football seasons end last week, but three more are still alive. A win for either Elder, La Salle or Fenwick this week puts each school in the final four. Here’s a glance at each game below. Fenwick

Staff Report Various schools across the Archdiocese of Cincinnati celebrated Veteran’s Day Nov. 10. At Guardian Angels in Mount Washington, students put on performances and wrote letters for veterans, who were invited to attend the annual event. More than 225 people attended including dozens of veterans, some of whom were

Staff Report Six of the seven football playing Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati will play in the second round of the playoffs this weekend and thanks to the way brackets worked out, at least one will see its season end. Below is a breakdown of the games

Staff Report Seven Catholic football-playing high schools from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati are continuing their gridiron campaigns this weekend in the first round of the OHSAA high school football playoffs. Here’s a glance at each game of week 11. Badin (7-3) at Fenwick (10-0) Saturday Bishop Fenwick wrapped up an undefeated regular season

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Homecoming at Lehman Catholic High School had a different meaning this year. After more than 40 years of celebrating homecoming away from home, a new tradition at the Sidney Ohio school brought the event to campus for the first time. In an advancement committee

Staff Report For many teams, this is it. Week 10 marks the end of the regular season but not everyone is going home after the lights shut off this weekend. Here’s a look at the playoff and league championship situations for Catholic high school football teams heading into the final

Staff Report There are just two weeks left in the OHSAA football season, but everyone has something on the line. Eight of the 15 schools below would make the playoffs if the season ended today and others still have a chance. None of the schools listed have clinched outright league championships

Staff Report And then there was one. Bishop Fenwick stands as the only unbeaten Catholic high school football team in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and its 7-0 record means the Falcons control their own destiny as far as the playoffs are concerned. Fenwick hosts 2-5 Roger Bacon tonight. Speaking of