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Brent Celek walked the hallowed halls of La Salle High School 15 years ago. He went to grade school at St. Bernard Taylor’s Creek, and in 1999 began his career at La Salle. After a stellar 4 years as a Lancer, he racked up awards as first-team all district his

by Jacqueline Lazar One in 11 children in Ohio will experience the death of a parent or sibling by their 18th birthday, and by 24, this statistic doubles. When a child or teen experiences the death of a family member or close friend, it can rattle them to their core,

Editor’s note: On Saturday, December 19, Ohio State played Northwestern for the Big 10 Championship.  Cam had 16 carries, for 61 yards and scored Northwestern’s only touchdown.  This article appeared in The Catholic Telegraph. by M.D. Pitman Cam Porter is more than a bruising running back for the Division II

La Salle High School is excited to announce their new head wrestling coach, Rico Hill. He begins his head coaching role after being an assistant at La Salle. He has additional previous coaching experiences at Lakota East High School and Liberty Junior High School. Hill also served as the interim

by M.D. Pitman La Salle senior Michael Wergers knows what he wants to be when he grows up, but at 6-foot-3, he doesn’t have much actual growing to do. As graduating Lancers prepare to go off to college next year, he was waiting on acceptance letters in early April from

Check out the photos of the great talent throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.   Special Video: Carroll High School Band, God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman

The best: victory formation as the Lancers defeated the Massilon Washington Tigers, 34-17
The La Salle Lancers defeated the Massilon Washington Tigers 34-17 to capture their 4th Division II State Title. Check out the night in pictures: AND After a thrilling evening, and a 3 hour bus ride home, some members of the La Salle Football team were up and at ’em and

Reverend Charles W. Caserta, age 91 of Troy, went to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on Thursday, October 10, 2019. He was born on September 7, 1928 in Piqua, Ohio to the late, Carmelo “Charles” and Nunziatina “Nancy” (Cipriano) Caserta. He did his preparatory studies at St.

Historic Constitution Avenue and the Monuments in Washington, D.C. was the setting for America’s biggest and best Independence Day Parade. Nowhere is there greater excitement on America’s birthday than in our nation’s capital! This year, The Pride of La Salle Marching Band participated on the nation’s 243rd birthday. Performing throughout

The Catholic Schools office in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati held their Awards Ceremony at the May Principals’ meeting. St. JOHN THE BAPTIST AWARD 2019 Jeff Fulmer, Principal – St. James the Greater & Corey Stoops, Principal – Guardian Angels Education is an evolving science and it is important that principals