By John Stegeman Three Catholic schools from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati saw their football seasons end last week, but three more are still alive. A win for either Elder, La Salle or Fenwick this week puts each school in the final four. Here’s a glance at each game below. Fenwick
Staff Report Six of the seven football playing Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati will play in the second round of the playoffs this weekend and thanks to the way brackets worked out, at least one will see its season end. Below is a breakdown of the games
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
Staff Report By this point in the summer, students have long forgotten what was on their final exam. Sure to be remembered, however, are moments like the one captured above. Featuring Alter High School students Kyly Borton, Kristen Petrovsky, Abby Nichols, and Perri Bockrath, this photo was taking after the
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.
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 DAYTON — For a record-tying eighth time, Cincinnati Mount Notre Dame took home the OHSAA Division I volleyball state championship as the Cougars beat Massillon Jackson 3-0 (25-17, 25-19, 25-18) Nov. 8 at Wright State University. See below for sports updates from Badin, McNicholas, Moeller, St. Xavier, Chaminade
Staff report While the Ohio High School football playoffs start tonight, they aren’t the only big games taking place in area Catholic high school sports.
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,
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.