DAYTON, Ohio – After more than 30 years in the classroom and on the court, Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School’s head men’s basketball coach, Joe Staley, has announced he will retire at the end of this season. A 1972 graduate of the school, Staley began teaching and coaching for the
Staff Report As part of the lead-up to tonight’s All-Star game, the Cincinnati Reds Community Fund and Major League Baseball decided to renovate nine tri-state area baseball facilities and one of the chosen few was Howell Field — home of the Chaminade Julienne Eagles. The projects are part of MLB’s
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph A day before Ohio high school football teams were set to begin two-a-day practices, Catholic high schools from around the region gathered to pray the rosary in front of the Blessed Sacrament. Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West at the Athenaeum of Ohio
Staff Report When SportsLeader works with Catholic schools, one of its hopes is to help the school strengthen their Catholic identity. One of the ways SportsLeader does this is by encouraging prayer after athletic contests. Two SportsLeader schools, members Bishop Fenwick and McNicholas, met on the football field Sept. 27.
Staff Report With the news Monday that the Greater Catholic League and Girls Greater Cincinnati League have come together to form a unified Greater Catholic League with three divisions, many had questions about the competition structure, the rebranding and the commissioners who will run the three divisions. The following is
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph A major institution in area high school athletics has been reorganized and rebranded to promote its Catholic identity. The Greater Catholic League, and Girls Greater Cincinnati League have now come under a single umbrella league with three divisions.
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
By John Stegeman As the high school basketball season wound down in 2002, a Sports Illustrated cover story introduced the nation to a man most of Ohio already knew. LeBron James, then a junior at Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary High School, was dubbed “The Chosen One” by America’s premier sports
La Salle High School confirmed that head coach Tom Grippa has resigned as head football coach. La Salle further announced it will begin a search for a new coach. The school’s video statement can be seen below. Cincinnati.com‘s Mike Dyer broke the news Tuesday afternoon that Grippa had stepped down