Head Coach Amber Terron announced the cheerleading teams for the upcoming school year. The teams will cheer at football and basetkball games as well as traveling to competitions around the country.
Congratulations to the student athletes who will be cheering for the Irish!
Cathedral High School is excited to announce Amber Terron is our new varsity head cheerleading coach.
Amber is a former collegiate athlete who has more than six years of experience in coaching and leadership
She is a 2017 graduate of Morehead State University, where she was a member of the 2017 National Championship Cheerleading team. She was a Marshall University cheerleader from 2013 to 2016. In 2015, she was the Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) Rookie of the Year, and in 2017, UCA named her the Veteran of the Year.
Cathedral is thrilled to have someone with Amber's enthusiasm, skill, and leadership join our coaching staff.
Cathedral High School is announcing two staff changes within the athletic program. Whitey Kapsalis, our boys’ soccer coach, is stepping down to spend more time with his family. Kapsalis has two children playing soccer at Indiana University and wants to be able to travel and watch them play.
Kapsalis has been our boys’ soccer coach for three years. Each of those, our boys’ soccer team has won both the City Championship and the Sectional Championship. Our boys were regional finalists in 2018. The team record with Kapsalis is 35-33-5.
This was a fond farewell.
That’s how Brenda Kelly will remember her final year coaching Cathedral High School cheerleading, a bittersweet year made easier because of what Kelly believes is a bright future.
Kelly, who coached Cathedral cheerleading for 20 seasons – the past 17 as the program’s head coach – announced her retirement shortly after the 2018-2019 season. She will be succeeded by former Cathedral and Indiana University cheerleader Kristen Zupancic.
“It’s more bitter than sweet right now, but I’...
After 20 years of coaching our spirited and talented cheerleading squads, Coach Brenda Kelly has announced her retirement. Kelly started as a JV Coach at Cathedral in 2000, and has been the head coach of our varsity cheerleaders for the past 17 years. Our cheerleaders have advanced to Nationals the last 15 years, with their best finish being fourth place. Kelly cheered at Franklin College, which is where she met her husband, Joe. Joe Kelly is a 1974 Cathedral graduate, and was Father Pat Kelly’s first cousin. Kelly also has two children who attende...