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Irish Boys Soccer Falls to Zionsville 1-0
 on September 04, 2018

The Irish Boys lost a tough game 1-0 at Zionsville on a goal with 28 seconds left in regulation time.  After a hard-fought battle, with quality chances for both sides, Zionsville capitalized on a loose ball in front of the net and buried it to secure the victory. The Irish came out strong in the first half, creating two great scoring opportunities, first from Matt Welch on a deflected ball from 12 yards out that sailed just wide of the net, and the 2nd on a late chance from Coledon Johnson that the Zionsville Keeper was able to save.  A couple ...

Boys Soccer gets road win at Covenant Christian 
 on August 30, 2018

Boys Soccer recorded a solid 2-0 road win against an always tough opponent in Covenant Christian on Tuesday night. Lightning struck twice quick in the first half when Andrew Darling found Sean Callaghan, who ripped a left-footed shot past the keeper and just inside the near-post to put the Irish up 1-0. Less than 5 minutes later, Coledon Johnson slipped a throw-in from Nathan Schoenfeld over a defender, spun away and tracked it down in time to pop it over the goalies head and into the empty net for what would be the final goal of the night. The Irish ...

Boys Soccer Improves to 2-1
 on August 22, 2018

Boys Soccer avenged a 1-0 loss on Saturday to Ft. Wayne Carroll with a resounding 8-1 win over Columbus North on Tuesday, to bring their season record to 2-1.  The response and contributions came from several players and Coledon Johnson's crafty style of play led the way with 2 goals and 2 assists.  Junior Matt Welch scored 2 goals playing  the outside midfield position, Jacob Schneider had 1 goal and 2 assists from the other side of the midfield, Sean Callaghan and Quinn Leous each contributed a goal and assist and Nick Victor acco...

Boys Soccer - Season Wrap Up
BY: Ray Sup on November 10, 2017

The Irish made memories – and they made a serious postseason run, too. That made the 2017 season successful for the Cathedral High School boys soccer program, and it made it one Head Coach Whitey Kapsalis said everyone involved will remember. “We just came together, and I was so proud of how we finished,” Kapsalis said. “I certainly thought we could have gone further, but we were so satisfied with the way the boys put it all together and got after it in that final stretch.” The Irish, long one of the more successf...

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