This year had a normal feel for Cathedral High School boys lacrosse.
For the Irish, that was a good thing. Long one of the top high school lacrosse programs in the Midwest and in the state of Indiana, the Irish boys firmly reestablished that status in 2022 with strong performances in and out of state.
They entered the postseason among the favorites in Indiana.
“We’re back to where we want to be,” Cathedral boys lacrosse head coach Andy Gruber said. “This felt like a normal Cathedral lacrosse season.”
The Irish, t...
Cathedral High School boys lacrosse is good as the 2021 season begins. As usual.
As Head Coach Andy Gruber sees it, the task for the Irish is to keep improving in usual circumstances – and to reach the standard the program has set for a decade and half.
“This is a good team,” Gruber said. “It’s a very good team. With us, there’s an expectation as to where we want to be. Our players also hold that expectation.”
The Irish, Indiana state champions in 2013, 2016-2017 and 2019, began the 2021 season 4-4. They...
The effects will be felt for some time. While Cathedral High School boys lacrosse Andy Gruber said all around the program know there are more important issues, the reality remains:
Losing the 2020 season was disappointing.
And it will take time to recover.
“It would have been a phenomenal team,” Gruber said. “We’ll regroup and figure it out for next year.”
Irish lacrosse, like all Indiana high school spring sports, had its 2020 season canceled by regulations addressing Covid-19. Gruber said the Irish had started ...
The Cathedral boys lacrosse team defeated HSE 13-6 to win the 2019 state championship and the programs 4th overall. The Irish got out to a quick start leading 4-1 after the first quarter. After a 5-3 halftime score, the defense shutout HSE in the 3rd quarter to take a 9-3 lead heading into the final quarter.
Sam Bedich was named the 2019 IHSLA State Championship Player of the Game.