St. Edith CYO: Eagle News
NEW ST. EDITH WEBPAGE!
Tuesday, February 23
St. Edith Basketball in the CYO Playoffs
Girls V1 vs St Francis Cabrini V1 @ St Francis Cabrini 2/27 / 1:45, winner plays on 2/28 @ 3:15
Boys V1 vs OL Victory V1 @ OL Sorrows 2/27 / 10:00am, winner plays on 2/28 @ 3:15
Tuesday, February 23
Food Drive: "Team up to Beat Hunger" SPRING DRIVE
A spring sports food drive is in development right now. Details will follow.
Sunday, January 24
ST. EDITH FOOTBALL SIGNUP FEB. 28 (1:00-4:00pm)
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Monday, October 12
St. Edith Fall Sports Update
Hello Eagle Nation!
This is a big time of year for the fall sports participants, and I want alert everyone to what has happened in the past couple of days.
Our boys varsity soccer team (head coach John Micallef) played two exciting games, and won both of them to clinch the division title. They will begin playoffs either Tuesday or Wednesday. We will alert you to the schedule, as soon as it is available.
The boys pulled out both victories in the same fashion. Behind for a good part of the second half, they rallied both times to score tying goals, and that a late goal to win the games. Very exciting wins!
The boys varsity 1 football team (head coach Mike Gatt) played its first round in the playoffs against Our Lady of Sorrows. The Eagles led by a strong hitting defense carried the day with a 28 to 8 victory. They will play the second round game on Sunday, October 18th at 3pm at Catholic Central High School. The Eagles opponents will be the Raiders of St. Regis.
The game against Sorrows, was played at Pontiac Notre Dame Prep, and at game time the conditions were cold and windy. The Eagles jumped out to two quick TDs, for a 14-0 lead. The Saints of OLS then made a little push to close the first half down 14 to 8.
But in the second half the Eagles controlled play, and made some big interceptions to pull away with two more TDs, for the final score of 28 to 8. Congratulations on a nice playoff win.
Our girls volleyball teams wrapped up the season, and the Varsity 2 team (head coach Dawn Schornack) finished with a victory to earn the division title. A great accomplishment. Their playoff schedule will be announced within the next 12 hours.
Thursday, September 10
4-Way Food Drive Thank You! A HUGE SUCCESS!