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Irish Dominate Field to Claim City Crown

September 27, 2017.  The Irish Men’s soccer team claimed its first City Championship since 2012 on September 27, 2017.  The Irish put on a thoroughly dominating performance en route to the title, outscoring opponents in the four matches by a combined total of 17-1.  The Irish began the tournament with a 3-0 win against visiting […]

Irish Boys Soccer Travels to Columbus

August 22, 2017. The Irish travelled to Columbus North on Tuesday to face the 15th ranked Columbus North Bulldogs on a humid August night. The Irish opened the scoring early. After earning a corner kick in the opening minutes, Senior Matt Schepers redirected the driven ball from Senior Trey Kapsalis out and Junior Nate Griffin […]

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Images From Boys Soccer Opener

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Irish Boys Soccer Win Season Opener

August 16, 2017. The Cathedral men’s soccer team opened their 2017 campaign on the road at Brownsburg Wednesday evening. The bulldogs were coming off their own season opener in which they defeated the Plainfield Quakers 5-1 the night before. From the opening minutes on the 88 degree evening, spectators could tell it would be a […]

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Cathedral Men Win First Round of Soccer Sectional against LN in Convincing Fashion

October 5, 2016.  The Cathedral men’s soccer team began its post-season tournament this evening against northeast side rival, Lawrence North.  The Irish and the Wildcats played 34 minutes of scoreless soccer when Cathedral began an attack with a throw in to Jared Kaiser.  Kaiser was pressured by the LN midfielder but ultimately won the ball […]

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Cathedral Men’s Soccer Team Defeat Heritage 2-0, Advance to Finals

September 26, 2016.  Cathedral’s men’s soccer team took to the pitch tonight at Chatard for the first semi-final match of the Indianapolis City tournament against Heritage Christian.  The Irish were looking for revenge having been knocked out of last year’s tourney in a stunning 1-0 loss at Heritage Christian.  This year, the Irish made sure […]

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Irish Men Advance to Semi-Finals of City Soccer Tourney

August 24, 2016.  The Irish took on the Northwest High School in a second round City soccer tournament matchup Saturday evening.  Earlier that day Northwest soundly defeated Shortridge, 5-0.  The Northwest roster included a multitude of creative talented players and they clearly came looking to knock the Irish out of the tourney.  Early and often, Northwest […]

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Irish Mens’ Soccer Team Finishes Regular Season with 1-0 Win over Carmel

Thursday, September 22, 2016.  The Irish men hosted Carmel to finish their regular season Thursday at Lawrence Park.  Coming off a stunning draw against the Roncalli Rebels all were curious to see how the Irish would react against the perennial powerhouse from Hamilton County.  After a shaky start, the Irish soon realized they could play […]

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Irish Men’s Soccer lose tough battle to Homestead; defeat Blackhawk Christian

September 10, 2016.  The Irish men’s soccer team travelled to Fort Wayne to play a doubleheader on Saturday.  Along with the Fort Wayne teams, the Irish were battling the weather, ACT exam absences and deplorable playing conditions.  In the first match the Irish took on Homestead and after a delay while the Homestead Athletic Department […]

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Irish Men’s Soccer Beats Brebeuf; retains Traveller’s Trophy

September 6, 2016:  The Irish men’s soccer team took on a Brebeuf squad looking for revenge against its crosstown prep school rival.  After defeating the Braves last year at Brebeuf, 2-0, the Irish, took the field and quickly established themselves.  They outpossessed Brebeuf for much of the first half, earning a couple of chances but […]

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