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...
Jason Delaney likes a lot about the 2020-2021 Cathedral High School boys basketball team.
It’s a talented team that handles adversity well. It’s a team with good balance and good leadership. It’s a team that’s experienced despite being young.
Delaney likes something else about the ’21 Irish, too.
“They’re a group of guys who want to be challenged and want to be coached,” said Delaney, now in his fifth season coaching the program. “And they respond to those challenges. They go to work.
Cathedral-Boys basketball wrapup
Much went well, and the future looks bright.
Head Coach Jason Delaney said both things were true for Cathedral High School boys basketball in 2019-2020. It was a successful season by any measure.
“But it doesn’t change the sting of the end,” Delaney said.
A young, inexperienced Irish team set new standards in ’19-’20, finishing 18-6 in difficult circumstances – and against one of the area’s more difficult schedules. The season ended with a 71-68 loss to Crisp...
Jason Delaney doesn’t expect this season to be easy.
As Delaney sees it, that’s OK because Cathedral High School boys basketball has a chance to do special things in 2019-2020. Overcoming adversity could make it more special.
“It’s a lot of new faces,” Delaney, entering his fourth season as the Irish boys basketball coach, said. “I call us young and talented in terms of experience and age.”
The Irish, a perennial Top 10 program in Indiana recent seasons, lost what Delaney called about 90-to-95 percent of...
Armaan Franklin '19 will play in the Indiana-Kentucky All-State Game on June 8. Franklin was a Mr. Basketball Finalist and City Player of the Year.
Indiana v. Kentucky All-Star Game
Location: Banker's Life Fieldhouse
Date: Saturday June 8, 2019 Girls game starts at 5pm; Boys game 7pm
Price: $18 lower level tickets are available in the Athletic Office for $15 until Friday June 7, 2019 at 2pm
Feature Player: Cathedral's Armaan Franklin
Congratulations to Armaan Franklin for being named a 2019 Indiana All-Star! Franklin is one of 15 athletes from around the state to be awarded this honor. The senior guard was named the City Player of the Year after leading the Irish to an overall record of 18 wins and six losses. Franklin committed to Indiana University before the start of the 2018-19 season.
The Boys Basketball team concluded the season on a tough note after being defeated by the Lawrence North Wildcats in the IHSAA Sectional 10 match-up Tuesday night, 65-59. Senior guard and Indiana University signee, Armaan Franklin, led the team in scoring with 30 points.
The Fighting Irish accomplished many things this season, including being named City Champions for a third straight year and finishing with an impressive record of 18 wins and six losses. Head Coach Jason Delaney will graduate six seniors this year. &...
Congratulations to Coach Jason Delaney, Armaan Franklin and James Franklin as they earned City recognitions! Coach Delaney and Armaan Franklin were named Coach and Player of the Year, respectively, and James Franklin was named to the 2nd Team All-City. The team will travel to Lawrence North High School on Feb. 26 at 7:30 PM in hopes of keeping the season alive.
Ross Welch '19 was named to the Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance All-Academic Team at the Really Big Basketball Show at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The senior has a 4.36 cumulative GPA and has made High Honors 4 straight semesters.
Article from the Indy Star
Cathedral coach Jason Delaney made his pitch for Armaan Franklin as this year’s IndyStar Mr. Basketball after the senior’s performance in the City tournament championship on Wednesday night at Tech.
Franklin, the 6-5 senior guard, was sensational in a 78-48 win over Crispus Attucks. The Indiana recruit scored 23 of his game-high 29 points in the first half, going 8-for-9 from the field and 5-for-6 from the 3-point line before halftime.
“In my opinion he’s Mr. Basketball because he plays bot...
The time is now.
Head coach Jason Delaney made that much clear when discussing 2018-2019 Cathedral High School boys basketball.
“This is the year we built for, since the beginning,” said Delaney, now in his third season as the Irish’s boys basketball coach.
The Irish, who went 19-5 with a first-round sectional loss in 2017-2018, enter the 2018-2019 season amid higher expectations – and were ranked No. 7 in the December 2 Indiana Basketball Coaches Association state rankings.
“We’ll get a great indication of...
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The disappointment was as real as the future is bright.
That’s how Jason Delaney saw the 2017-2018 Cathedral High School boys basketball season – as one that was full of accomplishment and hope, and equally full of disappointment at the end.
The Irish went 19-5 in Delaney’s second season as head coach.
They were ranked No. 8 in the final Class 4A Indiana Basketball Coaches Association poll.
They continued to build one of the state’s best programs – and a 71-63 loss to Lawrence North in the opening round of the ...
On Thursday, February 1, 2018 the Cathedral’s Boys Basketball team will be part of the Coliseum Classic at Indiana Farmers Coliseum.
The night starts at 5:30 when rivals Roncalli and Chatard collide. Game two pits Cathedral against Franklin Central and then the night concludes when Pike battles Decatur Central.
Tickets are $10 and may be purchased at each school. Tickets can also be purchased at the State Fairgrounds ticket office and at Ticketmaster. Tickets are good for all three games.