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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

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph St. Rita School for the Deaf has been serving southwestern Ohio for nearly 100 years. Three days before celebrating its official centennial, students, staff and volunteers gathered on Cincinnati’s Fountain Square to bring the party to the downtown.

Staff Report Many a reporter or editor remembers their first exposure to the industry often came at a student newspaper. Today’s Throwback Thursday from the Nov. 19, 1971 edition of The Catholic Telegraph highlights some of Catholic education’s contribution to the field. Pictured is the staff of “The Green Gossip,” a

Staff Report Every game counts in Ohio for teams hoping to make the playoffs, but the real battles begin in conference play. The GCL Co-Ed division starts conference play tonight and four of the league’s undefeated teams will face each other. Here are the standings through week three with week four’s opponents listed. For

By Walt Schaefer For The Catholic Telegraph LaSalle High School students have discovered hair and drugs don’t mix. The archdiocesan high school of 685 students — the only school operated by the Christian Brothers in Cincinnati — has adopted the most stringent drug testing policy in the area. Only four

Staff Report Years ago The Catholic Telegraph published high school football information in the print edition. Beginning in 2014 this site began posting the collected standings and weekly opponents of all of our Catholic high school football teams here each Friday. Here are the standings through week one with week two’s opponents listed. For more information on game

Staff Report The Archdiocese of Cincinnati announced today that Susie Gibbons will be the Interim Director of Educational Services and Interim Superintendent of Catholic Schools, effective Oct. 1. Gibbons will replace Jim Rigg who announced his resignation late last month. Rigg’s last day is officially Oct. 2. Read More: Jim

Staff Report Though the first games of the season have already been played, tonight is the first high school football Friday in the state of Ohio for the 2015 season. To see the final records and standings from 2014, scroll to the end of this schedule. The Catholic Telegraph has taken

Press Release Archdiocese of Cincinnati Jim Rigg, Director of Educational Services and Superintendent of Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati since July of 2010, has announced his resignation, effective Oct. 2, to become Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Archdiocese of Chicago. Archbishop of Chicago Blase J. Cupich appointed Rigg