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NCAA Eligibility Center Student-Athlete Checklist
 on January 27, 2022

In addition to the NCAA College Information Night for Student-Athletes and Parents hosted by Cathedral in the first semester, please review the following educational NCAA resources (High School Timeline, Student Registration, Website Registration Checklist, and NCAA Initial-Eligibility Process) to learn and assist you with this high school process. If you should have any questions, please reach out to your son or daughter's respective high school coach, athletic department, or counselor.  NCAA Initial Eligibility Process High S...

Boys Bowling Team make Regional Debut-1/12/22-Recap
BY: mnoe on January 16, 2022

The Boys Bowling team qualified for team regional for the first time for the program. They placed third in their sectional and were well prepped for the next challenge. The team was led by senior Charlie Schenck was the lone Irish Kegler that qualified for the regional match in singles. He placed 6th in our sectional with a 195 average for the day.  He bowled Saturday at the Kokomo Regional in the morning and just finished a little short of semi-state goals-Charlie averaged 215 for the season! Team members and their average: Senior Cap...

Senior Student Athletes Sign with Colleges
 on December 09, 2021

Congratulations to the 14 senior student athletes who signed their letter of intent to continue their academic and athletic careers in college. These outstanding athletes have worked incredibly hard to reach their athletic goals while becoming leaders of their programs. First Row (left to right) Zeke Seltzer, Wrestling (Missouri) Owen Wood, Football (Indiana State) Reese Sanders, Track & Field (Notre Dame) Alexander Wright, Baseball (George Washington) Dylan Haslett, Baseball (Oakland) Julia Jennings, Softball (Wooster) Samantha K...

Bowling Update: Irish Boys in Third-Girls Make Strides 
BY: mnoe on December 06, 2021

Week Standings: Boys 
Franklin Central
New Palestine
Mt. Vernon
Beech Grove
G. Central
Eastern Hancock
Warren C.
Franklin Central
New Palestine
Greenfield C
Warren Central
E. Hancock

Charlie Schenck and Antonio Arroyo are both eligible for all conference honors


Season Preview: Girls Basketball
 on December 03, 2021

This season has a chance to be special. And memorable. It already has been fun – and all are reasons that Head Coach Lisa Finn said there is a lot to like about Cathedral High School girls basketball in 2021. “We’re learning and improving each game and that’s helpful,” Finn said. The Lady Irish, with largely a new team from last season and with some significant additions via transfer, started the season with a 4-4 record – with two of losses coming by three and two points. One of the victories came in convinci...

Season Preview: Boys Basketball
 on December 02, 2021

This is a talented group. Really, really talented. But while that’s unquestionably true for 2021-2022 Cathedral High School boys basketball, Head Coach Jason Delaney something else is more important. The Irish are a good team. Really, really good. “It’s a joy to come to practice and come to work with these guys,” Delaney said. Delaney said it’s the team part that gives the ’21-’22 Irish – even more than a roster of players who as of late November had received 53 scholarship offers – a chan...

Season Review: Football
 on December 01, 2021

This was memorable, impressive and thrilling. And while back-to-back state titles are always special, and while the Cathedral High School 2021 football team will be remembered as one of the best in the history of a historical program, Head Coach Bill Peebles said something else was equally true. This took a season-long effort by all involved. “I didn’t think it was going to be easy – and it wasn’t, for sure,” Peebles said. The Irish, long one of Indiana’s top football programs, turned in one of the most imp...

Fighting Irish Repeat as Football State Champions
BY: Scott Uecker on November 28, 2021

Top-rated Indianapolis Cathedral won the 14th high school football tournament state championship in school history Friday night, defeating Zionsville, 34-14, in the Class 5-A title game at Lucas Oil Stadium.  It’s the second consecutive year that the Fighting Irish downed the Eagles in the finals, winning 46-28 in 2020. Zionsville jumped out to an early lead when Christian Abney connected with Trey Firestone on a 17-yard touchdown pass halfway through the first quarter.  It was the second time this season that Cathedral trailed in a ga...

Cathedral's Koers Receives Football Mental Attitude Award
BY: Scott Uecker on November 28, 2021

Following Cathedral's 14th IHSAA football state championship victory on Friday night, Irish senior offensive lineman Cooper Koers was awarded the Phil N. Eskew Mental Attitude Award in Class 5A Football.  Koers becomes the 9th Cathedral player honored with the award.  1973 - Dave Zapp 1991 - Marcus Thorne 1996 - Durriell Brown 1999 - Matt Hasbrook 2006 - Bobby Powers 2010 - Connor Barthel 2011 - Jacob Bailey 2014 - Jared Thomas 2021 - Cooper Koers The football mental attitude award is named for ...

Irish Advance to Football State Finals
BY: Scott Uecker on November 21, 2021

Reigning Class 5-A state champion Indianapolis Cathedral defeated New Albany Friday night, 52-13, at Arsenal Tech’s Howard Longshore Stadium to win its 15th high school football semi-state championship.  The Fighting Irish will now make a state-record 17th finals appearance next Friday at 7:00 pm in a rematch of last season’s championship game against Zionsville. New Albany recovered Cathedral’s opening onside kick attempt at its own 47-yard line.  On the Bulldogs’ first play from scrimmage, Anthony Kwiatkowski interc...

Mary Ording '09 Hemer Steps Down as Girls Volleyball Head Coach
 on November 16, 2021

Girls volleyball head coach Mary Ording '09 Hemer has decided to step down from her position to focus on her family. The volleyball program has won three consecutive sectional titles and two City Championships including a program sweep in 2021. "I am honored to have spent the last 3 years as the head coach of such a historic program & to have spent so much time working with many of our remarkable student-athletes," Coach Hemer said about her time as head coach. "While I will miss the girls dearly, I am also extremely excited abo...

Girls Soccer: Season Review
 on November 15, 2021

This was one to remember, and one to savor. Cathedral High School girls soccer in 2021 turned in one of their better seasons in recent memory while not quite reaching the Irish’s lofty postseason goals. And they continued building on their status as one of Indiana’s top girls soccer programs. “The coaches were really just very pleased with how the season went,” Marc Behringer said. Behringer, Irish girls soccer coach for two-and-a-half decades, called the ’21 season one of the program’s “easiest&rdquo...

Boys and Girls Bowling Standings -Week 4 
BY: mnoe on November 15, 2021

The Irish Bowlers will have bowling matches this Wednesday and Thursday 
Strike-Force -Wednesday
Hindel Bowl -Thursday 

Franklin Central 4-0
Luthern 3-1
Cathedral 3-1
Mt Vernon 3-1
Greenfield Central-3-1
New Palestine -2-2
Beech Grove-1-3
Eastern Hancock- 1-3'
Warren Central-04
Rooted School -0-4 
Boys vs Mt Vernon

Franklin Central 3-0
Greenfield Central 3-1
New Palestine 2-1
Warren Central 2-2
Cathedral 1-3
Eastern Hancock 0-4
Next Match vs Eastern Hancock

Fighting Irish Win Football Regional; New Albany Next
BY: Scott Uecker on November 14, 2021

Reigning Class 5-A state champion Indianapolis Cathedral won its 20h high school football regional title Friday night with a 23-7 victory over New Palestine at Arsenal Tech’s Howard Longshore Stadium. The top-rated Fighting Irish, now 12-1 on the season, will host New Albany in the Class 5-A southern semi-state.  Ben Gomez kicked a career-long 45-yard field goal to put Cathedral on the scoreboard with 7:10 remaining in the first quarter.  Late in the opening period, Danny O’Neil connected with Brennan Wooten for a 7-yar...

Season Review: Boys Cross Country
 on November 08, 2021

Strides were made in 2021 – significant ones. A young Cathedral High School boys cross-country team improved as the season continued during the fall of 2021, adjusting to a new coach – and some new approaches. Most importantly, a foundation was laid for the future. All of which meant Irish boys cross-country coach Jason Moyars – in his first season in the position after 22 seasons as an assistant – liked how he felt about a young, improving program when the ’21 season ended. “We got better as the year went ...

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