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Girls Soccer Advances to State Championship
The Lady Irish soccer team advanced to the 2A State Championship with a 4-0 win over Silver Creek.  The Irish will face Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger in the finals. The Irish are looking to caputre their 4th state title and second in three seasons. TIckets will go online starting at 1 p.m. ET Thursday, Oct. 29 via GoFan. All ticket sales wil...

Season Review: Girls Golf
This season was by any measure a success. As Eric Bruns saw it, that became the case when Cathedral High School’s girls golf team completed the season – and its matches. The results that came in those matches? That made the success even greater. The Irish, who began the season as the least-experienced team in Bruns’ three seasons a...

Season Review: Boys Tennis
This was a good fall for Cathedral High School boys tennis. The Irish played the entire season, and that was notable considering the COVID-19 circumstances that have surrounded athletics at all levels in recent months. Mark Noe said the program succeeded in a big way on the court, too. “We had a good season,” said Noe, in his 19th season...

Season Review: Boys Soccer
The season was far from easy. And it wasn’t nearly as long as would have been ideal. But Joel Russell said none of that kept 2020 Cathedral High School boys soccer from being very successful – and the season absolutely held key lessons and memorable moments. “Individually we didn’t have that All-Star, All-America player,&rdqu...

Boys Tennis # 15 in final poll- 2020 Indiana Boys Tennis Season.Wojtalik, Pohl, & Black Honored
Great job Irish Netters! Your victories over state runner-up North Central and a host of others has propelled the team into the 15 spot in the final Indiana state rankings. Other Great News! Levi Wotalik has been honored as an All-district 6 player Alex Pohl and Sam Black have been named to the All-District doubles team  Levi Wojtalik and Isaac ...

Irish Suffer First Loss in Regular Season Finale


In a matchup of top-rated and undefeated high school football teams Friday night, Cathedral lost in the closing seconds, 17-13, at Center Grove.  The Class 5A top-ranked Fighting Irish now enter the post-season with an 8-1 record, while the Class 6-A number-one Trojans improve to 9-0. Center Grove jumped out to a 10-0 lead in the first half on T...

Homecoming Win Sets Up Battle of Undefeated Teams


Indianapolis Cathedral fell behind for just the third time this season in high school football Friday night, but then scored 46 unanswered points to defeat Brebeuf Jesuit 49-7.  With the homecoming win, the Class 5A top-ranked Fighting Irish improve their record to 8-0 heading into the regular season finale at unbeaten Class 6A number-one rated Center G...

Sam Pohl and Sam Black -Runner-up Sectional Doubles 
Great job Irish Netters Sam Black and Alex Pohl-They were finalist for the North Central Sectional last night -losing to a very tough HSE doubles squad -5-7, 4-6. This doubles duo of HSE had previouslty defeated the Netter duo in straight sets and with ease. (-1-6, 1-6 and 3-6, 1-6) This time the boys came out swinging and played the best they have played...

Cathedral Draws First Round Bye in 5-A Football Tournament


The Indiana High School Athletic Association has drawn the pairings for its 48th Annual Football State Tournament.  Cathedral will have a week off before beginning post-season play.  The Fighting Irish will travel to Terre Haute South in the second round of Class 5-A Sectional 13 on October 30.  Cathedral has a 10-1 all-time record against the...

Cathedral Volleyball Advances in City Tournament
Cathedral Irish Varsity and JV volleyball both faced the Herron Achaeans in the first round of the Indianapolis City Alliance Tournament in the Welch Activity Center on Tuesday, October 6. Both the Varsity and JV were victorious and advance to the semi-final round of the City Tourney where the Irish will face the Trojans of Bishop Chatard in the semi-finals....

Cathedral Volleyball Hosts Westfield


Cathedral Varsity and JV volleyball played Westfield in the Welch Activity Center on Wednesday, September 30. The Freshman were in simultaneous action against Brebeuf in the Mimms. In the Varsity match the Irish dropped a close first set 24-26 to the Shamrocks. Cathedral also dropped the second and third sets to Westfield 20-25 and 16-25, respectively. Th...

Irish Tennis Defeated by North Central 2-3 
Great battle as the Irish Netters laid it on the line, played some tough tennis but fell short 2-3. Levi Wojtalik played well but could not overcome a tough oppponent 3-6, 2-6 Isaac Michael had some good points and played hard-His opponent was playing great tennis.0-6, 2-6 Andrew Davey play a great second set but could not get over the hump in the second ...

Cathedral Volleyball Takes On Carmel


Cathedral volleyball went on the road Tuesday, September 29, to Carmel. The Freshman and Varsity Irish squads were both in action against the Greyhounds. In the Varsity match the Irish played neck-and-neck with the Greyhounds down the stretch in set one - - neither team could get ahead by more than 1 point from 17-17 through 26-26. The Irish fought valian...

Cathedral Volleyball Travels to Yorktown


Cathedral volleyball went on the road Thursday, September 24, to Yorktown. The JV and Varsity Irish squads were both in action against the Tigers. In the Varsity match the Irish were outgunned by the Tigers in three sets. The loss marked only the second time this season that the Irish were defeated in straight sets. With the match loss (8-25, 9-25, 12-25)...

Irish Defeat Panthers for First Time Since 1930


Indianapolis Cathedral remained unbeaten in high school football Friday night with a 36-14 win over Cincinnati Elder at Arlington Middle School.  The Panthers had previously beaten the Irish five straight times since a 13-6 Irish win in the inaugural meeting between the two schools in 1930. Cathedral took a 15-0 lead on two Nathan McCahill touchdown ...

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