St. Rose of Lima

 

1st Annual Community 5K Run + Walk

 

In the spirit of building community, nurturing family time, good health, and celebrating our Catholic faith and values, the St. Rose of Lima School community is organizing a 5k FUN RUN to take place in the Bonita/ Chula Vista area at Rohr Park, on April 25, 2015.

 

A poppin t-shirt, swag bag, and a finisher medal for all participants. Check out the next page for more information and the link.

 

 

1st Annual Parochial School Cheer Competition

 

Saturday, April 25, 2015 / 1:00pm

 

Mater Dei Catholic High School is inviting all Parochial Cheer Squads for their 1st Annual Parochial Cheer Competition, on Saturday, April 25th at 1:00pm. It will be held in the school's theater. For the link to sign up, check out the next page.

 

Mater Dei Crusader Youth Football Coaches’ Clinic

 

with Head Coach John Joyner and Staff

 


 

Sunday, May 3, 2015 @ Mater Dei Catholic High School / 9am - 1pm

 

Head Football Coach John Joyner and his staff will conduct a Youth Football Coaches' Clinic, on Sunday, May 3rd, from 9am-1pm on the campus of Mater Dei Catholic High School. The guest speaker will be John Montali, the Defensive
Coordinator  Cathedral Catholic. For the agenda and more information please read more.

 

61st Annual Saints Alumni-Parochial Championships

 

"Game of Threes"

 

Crusaders joust Eagles to capture County Championship

 

St. John's Kevin Michaels goes up for a shot and is greeted by St. Michael's

Joel Stevens. St. Michael Poway won the championship, 40-34.

(Ivy League Photography)

 

By Max Mercy & Crew

 

Midnight struck on Friday, the 13th, at 9 o'clock pm. St. John Encinitas' Cinderella run during the 61st Annual Saints-Alumni Parochial Basketball Championships came to an end. The team that no one expected to make it this far, made it a good game.

The Crusaders, from St. Michael Poway, captured their first county championship since 2009 with a 40-34 victory over their North County rivals.

 

 

 

Saint hits the big shot

 

Open Division: Junior Martin Tombe connects from long distance to clinch section title

 


St. Augustine’s Otto Taylor looks to pass as Torrey Pines’ Dominic Hovasse defends in the Open Division final.

 

By John Maffei, U-T

 

With the shot clock and game clock running down and in desperate need of a hero in crunchtime, St. Augustine found one in junior Martin Tombe.

 

 

Saints title erases old memory

 

Division I: Championship loss on PKs two years ago pushed aside by latest triumph

 

St. Augustine stormed back with four goals after Scripps Ranch took a 1-0 lead.

 

By Kevin J. Farmer, Special to the U-T

St. Augustine senior captain Luis Peraza couldn’t forget the section final his sophomore year when his team lost the title in penalty kicks.

 

 

An exclamation point for Dons seniors

 

Open Division: Group of 15 Cathedral Catholic veterans savor a championship

 

Cathedral Catholic’s Milo Barton celebrates the winning goal.

 

By Glae Thien, Special to the U-T


After missing out on the San Diego Section boys soccer playoffs a year ago, Milo Barton and his Cathedral Catholic teammates are now champions.

 

 

Summer Golf Camp

 

3-8 grade boys/girls & 9-12 grade boys/girls


The Cathedral Catholic golf program will conducting their annual four day golf camp for 3-8 grade boys/girls from June 16-19 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The high school camp will be from June 23-26 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. For location and fee, check out the link on the next page.

 

 

Mater Mei Catholic high school will be conducting a two day football camp, over the next four months. Please check out the next page for the link.

 

 

The Dons Alumni

 

Top 10 Parochial Basketball Teams

 

St. Michael Poway still #1

 

By The Dons Alumni

 

The Crusaders from St. Michael Poway continue to dominate the North County and are still our #1 team in the county. For the rest of the Top 10, check out the next page.

 

 

CCHS celebrates Catholic Schools Week

 

 

Julia Way, Staff Writer

This week, Cathedral Catholic High School joins 6,568 other Catholic Schools around the country in the celebration of the 41st annual Catholic Schools Week.


According to the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA), Catholic Schools Week is the nationwide commemoration of the “value Catholic education provides to young people and its contributions to our Church, our communities and our nation.”

 

Cathedral students and faculty hope to embody this year’s theme, “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge, and Service”, by reaching out to our San Diego Diocese’s Catholic schools and to one another.