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Staff Report La Salle High School announced late-Wednesday afternoon that Jim Hilvert, most recently head of the Thomas More College football program, has been selected as the Lancers’ new head coach.

By Joanne Fox Catholic News Service  SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Micah Herbst of Sioux City does not have a son on the football team at Bishop Heelan Catholic High School. But her quick eye — that caught a contest through her employer — resulted in the Sioux City school being

Staff Report Just months after leading La Salle High School to the first state football championship in school history, Nate Moore has resigned his position as Lancers’ head coach. The resignation, effective Jan. 25, was confirmed via press release from the school late Monday morning.

John Junker, left in back, and his brother Jake were counselors for Jacoby Gilliam, left in front, and Michael Overberg at Camp Campbell Gard this summer for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. The four are in back of La Salle’s state Division II football championship trophy. (Courtesy Photo/La Salle High School)
Press Release La Salle High School  La Salle High School’s football team has been in the spotlight recently for winning the school’s first state championship in the sport, but wins and losses don’t tell the full story of a Lancer program dedicated to forming young men who are “called to

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

Staff Report Nine of the 15 teams included in TheCatholicTelegraph.com’s weekly football standings have made the OHSAA playoffs and several take the field tonight. Below are the final standings of the 2014 high school football season with playoff opponents listed where applicable. Note from the OHSAA:  Generally, divisions II, III,

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Staff Report On a cold, wet night better known for trick-or-treat, the regular high school football season will come to an end. For most seniors statewide, tonight is the last game. For many, the playoff beckon and for others, tonight is a must win to continue their prep careers.

The St. Xavier junior varsity celebrates after a victory earlier this season. At the varsity level, the high school football playoff landscape is beginning to take shape with only two games to go. (CT Photo/Karen Cromer)
Staff Report With only two weeks to play, including tonights action, the Ohio high school football playoff scene is beginning to take shape. Before getting to the standings, here’s a look at who has a strong chance to be in the postseason.

Fenwick and McNicholas high school football players participate in a pre-season Rosary Rally. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
This post is from the 2014 season. For the 2015 standings through week 7, click here.    Staff Report Harkening back to older times where The Catholic Telegraph published high school football information in the print edition, for the remainder of the season we’ll be posting the collected standings and weekly opponents of all of our

Staff Report Harkening back to older times where The Catholic Telegraph published high school football information in the print edition, for the remainder of the season we’ll be 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 six with week