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The following is a post-season recap of spring sports results for Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. A dynasty is underway. Archbishop Alter High School won its third consecutive state title May 28 at the Ohio High School Boys Volleyball Association State Championships at Capital University. Alter won

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

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

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

Staff Report Cincinnati St. Xavier returned to the podium with 335 total points to secure its seventh-consecutive state swimming title and 36th overall state championship Feb. 28 at C.T. Branin Natatorium at the OHSAA Division I Swimming and Diving State Tournament. St. Xavier controlled the meet, topping state runner up

Staff Report COLUMBUS, Ohio –  The Purcell Marian High School boys basketball team was removed from the Ohio High School Athletic Association postseason tournament on Wednesday for violating OHSAA Bylaw 4-7-3, a transfer regulation, OHSAA Commissioner Dr. Dan Ross announced. The last team that Purcell Marian defeated in the district

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 following is a glance at the inner-workings of the new OHSAA competitive balance proposal. For a story on the proposal, click HERE. Ohio high school sports are divided into divisions based on enrollment. This way big schools play big schools and small schools play small schools, leading

The 2014 competitive balance proposal by the OHSAA hopes to address perceived inequality between public and private high schools in Ohio. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  Despite similar measures being voted down in 2011, 2012 and 2013, the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) has put a competitive balance proposal back on the table for voting this May. The 2014 proposal, which was unanimously approved by the OHSAA Board of