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Jean Kesterson Inducted to AVCA Hall of Fame
 on December 14, 2018

Jean Kesterson was inducted to the American Volleyball Coaches Association on December 13. Coach K led the Irish volleyball program from 1989 to 2016 and won eight state championships.  From the AVCA: Jean Kesterson is the type of coach that will have a long-lasting impact on the sport for generations to come. It isn’t just her astounding 826-166 record coaching the Cathedral High School (Indianapolis, IN) Girls Volleyball team, or her eight state championships, but the values she instilled in her players over her 40-year coaching car...

Mary Ording '09 Hemer Hired as Girls Volleyball Head Coach
 on December 06, 2018

Cathedral High School is excited to announce the hiring of our new girls varsity volleyball coach, Mary Hemer. Hemer is no stranger to Cathedral. She graduated from Cathedral in 2009, and was a member of the Cathedral volleyball state championship teams in 2006 and 2008. Hemer received a volleyball scholarship to the University of Wisconsin where she played three positions and was co-captain her senior year. In her fifth year at Wisconsin, Hemer was a student volunteer coach. That season, Wisconsin's program finished as the NCAA national runner-...

Rose Meyer '19 Named IHSVCA All-District
 on November 07, 2018

Rose Meyer '19 was named 4A All-District by the Indiana High School Volleyball Coaches Association (IHSVCA). Meyer was one of 12 members named to the Central District team.

Meyer was also named to the All-City team. 

Congratulations Rose!

See the full IHSVCA All-District Team


Girls Volleyball Season Review
 on October 30, 2018

Dee Dee Galligher put it simply. “It was a great year,” Cathedral High School’s girls volleyball coach said of the 2018 season. That meant the Lady Irish during the 2018 season built for the future, and it means they succeeded in a big way in the present – and in the process, they carried on one of the most-successful traditions in Indiana high school sports. The Irish, a year after losing in the sectional final in Galligher’s first year as the program’s head coach, not only won the City Championship in 2018 t...

Irish Volleyball Regionals
 on October 18, 2018

The Irish will travel to Greenfield Central to play Roncalli in the first round of the 2018 VB Regionals. The first game is at 10am at Greenfield-Central.

Irish Volleyball Wins Sectionals
 on October 18, 2018

Cngratulations to the Irish on winning the 2018 Sectionals. The Irish beat Arsenal Tech 25-2, 25-3 and 25-6, Warren Central 25-7, 25-11, 25-15 and Lawrence North 21-25, 25-11, 25-12, 25-18. The Irish were lead to victory over Tech by Rose Meyer. Rose had 7 kills, 2 blocks and 2 digs. The Irish were lead to victory over Warren by Sarah Casper with 12 kills and Anna Trieloff with 11. The Irish were lead to victory over LN by Sarah Casper with 14 kills, Rose Meyer with 11 kills and Jami Hansen with 20 digs.

Irish Named All-City
 on October 18, 2018

Congratulations to Rose Meyer, Jami Hansen, Anna Trieloff and Sarah Casper for being named All City.

All-City Tournament Team
 on October 18, 2018

Congratulations to Rose Meyer, Sarah Casper, Anna Trieloff and Lucia Corsaro for being name to the 2018 All City Tournament Team.

Volleyball Players Receive State Honors
BY: Doug Seagrave on November 15, 2017

Congratulations to the Irish Volleyball players recently honored for their achievements.

Academic All State – Emily Kleck, Rachel McDonald, Emily Lansing.

All District – Mattie Norris, Emily Kleck.

All Star – junior all star team is Sydney Cripps, senior all star team is Mattie Norris.

All City – Mattie Norris, Emily Kleck, Anna Trieloff. Honorable mention Rose Meyer


Girls Volleyball - Season Wrap Up
BY: Ray Sup on November 10, 2017

Dee Dee Galligher couldn’t have been prouder. The Cathedral High School volleyball coach said the 2017 Lady Irish accomplished significant, memorable achievements during what she called a “find-your-footing” year for the program. The Irish seniors led all season, and helped a young team grow. They left a legacy. And for that the group will be remembered. “It was really a good year,” Galligher said. The Irish, after back-to-back Class 4A state titles in legendary coach Jean Kesterson’s final two seasons...

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