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Girls Junior Varsity Soccer, Girls Varsity Soccer · Girls Soccer Falls to Noblesville


The #17 Cathedral Lady Irish varsity soccer team lost their home opener on Monday night to #7 Noblesville 2-0. Noblesville went up 1-0 in the thirteenth minute of the first half. Later in the first half, sophomore Audrey Kleiman had an opportunity to equalize the game with a penalty kick after a Cathedral player was fouled in the box, but the Noblesville goalkeeper managed to save the shot.

The Irish continued to put pressure on Noblesville throughout the game, and in the second half, junior Nicolette Kapsalis had a strong shot ricochet hard off the crossbar. Noblesville added its second goal in the second half.

The junior varsity girls soccer team fought Noblesville’s JV squad to a 0-0 draw in a rain soaked game behind shutout halves by goalkeepers freshman Sophia Saucerman and junior Abbie Heinzmann.

The Lady Irish will be back on the pitch at Lawrence Park to face #5 Avon High School this Wednesday, August 19. The JV game will start at 5:30 and the varsity match will be at 7:00.


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Multiple Teams · 2015 Boys Tennis Parent/Son Tournament


On Saturday the boys tennis team hosted its 3rd annual boys tennis parent/son tournament.  It was a great opportunity for parents and players to meet and enjoy some competitive tennis.  After several rounds, it came down to the Cookes vs. the Wojtaliks.  Team Cooke won in a great match.  Will there be a re-match next year???


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Fighting Irish News · Experienced, Talented Irish Look to Build on Success


The Cathedral High School Lady Irish soccer team enters the 2015 season ranked 17th in the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association pre-season poll. The Lady Irish are coming off a regional performance Coach Marc Behringer called possibly “just as memorable” as the 2007 and 2009 Lady Irish State Championships he has coached. The team played several games into the season last year without key players and had to overcome numerous injuries, but again advanced to the regional where they fell to their opponent on penalty kicks for the second year in a row.

The team returns many crucial players, including Seniors Sophia Lipka (All-American Watch List, ISCA All-District, Jr./Sr. Showcase, and 2nd Team All-State) and Nicole Shoaf (City All-Tournament Team, ISCA All-District, Jr./Sr. Showcase, and Honorable Mention All-State). Other returning seniors include Casey and Claire Beidelman, Hannah Brennan, Libby Hendricks, and Jackie Mooney. Sophomore Maggie Carter also returns having been named to the City All-Tournament Team. The 2015 season is also Coach Behringer’s 20th as Cathedral’s head girls soccer coach.

“The coaches are looking forward to a wonderful season,” comments Coach Behringer. “Senior leadership has been outstanding and the overall talent level on the team is as high

2015 Junior Varsity Lady Irish Soccer Team
2015 Junior Varsity Lady Irish Soccer Team
2015 Varsity Lady Irish Soccer Team
2015 Varsity Lady Irish Soccer Team

as it has ever been.  Returning a large number of experienced players will be beneficial as the team attempts to build on the success of last season.”

The Lady Irish hold the longest current streak of IHSAA Girls Soccer Sectional Championships at 10, and look to capture the Indianapolis city title for the 16th time in the 18 year history of the City Tournament.
The Lady Irish soccer team kicks off their season at home against #7 Noblesville on Monday, August 17 and #5 Avon on Wednesday, August 19. Start times 5:30 PM for JV and 7 PM for Varsity. Senior night is planned for Wednesday, September 9 vs. Roncalli.

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Girls Junior Varsity Soccer, Girls Varsity Soccer · Lady Irish Soccer Goalie Placed on All-American Game Watch List


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Congratulations to Lady Irish soccer goalie Sophia Lipka, placed by Soccer.com on the watch list for the third Annual High School All-American Game on December 5, 2015 at Cardinal Gibbons High, in Raleigh, NC. Approximately 175 of the nation’s elite girl’s high school soccer players have been named to the watch list

The players were chosen based on their career accomplishments at the high school level. The watch list is a list of players under consideration to be selected for the game. Forty players will be selected to participate in the game no later than October 30, 2015.


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Multiple Teams · Tennis practice 8/6, 8/7, 8/8


Morning practice on Thursday 8/6 cancelled due to rain.

Friday 8/7 practice for everyone (varsity/JV/Freshman) is from Noon – 3.

Saturday 8/8, Practice from 12:30 – 2:30.  From 2:30 – 3PM, team pictures will be taken.


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Multiple Teams · Boys tennis practice schedule


The boys tennis teams start practice on Monday, August 3rd.  Here’s the practice schedule for the week:

Varsity/JV:

M-F 9AM – 11:30AM & 3:30PM – 5:30PM

Freshman:

M-F 5PM – 6:30PM


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Girls Junior Varsity Soccer, Girls Varsity Soccer · Follow Lady Irish Soccer on Twitter


Cathedral High School’s Lady Irish soccer team can be followed on Twitter @ladyirishftbol and use #LIF2015 following the upcoming season.


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Multiple Teams · Boys Tennis Parent Meeting


Boys Tennis Meeting for Parents.

Players must have turned in to the athletic office the necessary forms in order to practice on August 3rd.  Those forms are on the website.  Physical, Concussion Awareness, and Consent form.

Monday 630 July 27th room 4338

 


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Multiple Teams · 2015 Boys Soccer Practice/Try-out Schedule


All players must have a physical form, concussion form, and consent form turned into the ATHLETIC OFFICE!

All practices are at Lawrence Park.

Players must attend all practices, meetings, games and activities.

All Juniors and Seniors should report to Varsity. All Freshmen and Sophomores should report to JV/F. If younger players need to be moved up to Varsity, this will be done after the first day of practice/Try-outs.

 

Day     Date                Team              Time                                                   Event

 

Mon    Aug 3              Varsity            8 – 10 a.m. & 6 – 7:30 p.m.                Try-outs

JV/F                9 – 11 a.m & 5 – 6:30 p.m.

Tue     Aug 4              Varsity            8 – 10 a.m. & 6 – 7:30 p.m.                Try-outs

JV/F                9 – 11 a.m & 5 – 6:30 p.m.

Wed    Aug 5              Varsity            8 – 10 a.m. Team announced (cuts)       Try-outs

JV/F                9 – 11 a.m. Teams announced (cuts)   Try-outs

Wed    Aug 5              Varsity            6 – 7:30 p.m                                       Practice

JV & C-team   5 -6:30 p.m.                                       Practice

Thur   Aug 6              Varsity            8 – 10 a.m. & 6 – 7:30 p.m.                Practice

JV/F                9 – 11 a.m & 5 – 6:30 p.m.

Fri       Aug 7              Varsity            8 – 10 a.m. & 6 – 7:30 p.m.                Practice

Fri      Aug 7              All Players and Parents   6 – 8 p.m.   Team Meeting!!!

Sat       Aug 8              Team Pictures??

Sat       Aug 8              Varsity/JV/C-team    11 – 1:30        Practice/Scrimmage

Mon – Fri   Aug 10 – 14        V/JV/C-Team    4 – 6 p.m.                             Practice

Sat       Aug 15                        Varsity            2 – 5 p.m.                   Scrimmage @ Westfield

Practices continue throughout fall after school every day from 4 – 6 p.m.


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Multiple Teams · 2015 Irish Football Schedule Released


The 2015 Cathedral football schedule has been released. The Irish will open the season at Class 6A Lawrence Central on August 21st. Cathedral last played the Bears in 1997. The schedule features two other Class 6A teams, Fishers and Center Grove, as well as traditional rival Bishop Chatard (4A), Brebeuf Jesuit (3A) and Mishawaka (5A).

Cathedral will also face three out-of-state opponents during the 2015 regular season. Cincinnati Moeller returns to the schedule after a one-year absence. The Crusaders advanced to the semifinal round of the Division I OHSAA state tournament last season after winning Ohio state titles in 2012 and 2013. The Irish will also face perennial power Cincinnati St. Xavier and Rhea County high school from Tennessee.

In its history, Cathedral has played more than 60 games against out-of-state teams from Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, and Kentucky. Rhea County will be the first Irish opponent from Tennessee.

2015 Cathedral Football Schedule

August 14 Controlled Scrimmage (at Franklin County) 7:00
August 21 at Lawrence Central 7:00
August 28 vs. Cincinnati Moeller (Ohio) (at Univ. of Cincinnati) 8:00
September 4 Mishawaka (at Arsenal Tech) 7:00
September 11 Indianapolis Bishop Chatard (at Lawrence North) 7:00
September 18 at Cincinnati St. Xavier (Ohio) 7:30
September 25 Rhea County (Tennessee) (at Arsenal Tech) 7:00
October 2 vs. Fishers (at Victory Field) 7:00
October 9 Brebeuf Jesuit (at Lawrence North) (Homecoming) 7:00
October 16 at Center Grove 7:00

 

Not on the 2015 schedule are 2014 opponents Ben Davis, Warren Central, Hamilton Southeastern, South Bend St. Joseph, Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger, and Louisville Trinity. Ben Davis is the reigning Class 6A state champion in Indiana, while Louisville Trinity won the Class 6A state title in Kentucky last season. The six schools leaving the schedule were a combined 46-25 (.648) in 2014, while the six schools joining the schedule in 2015 combined for a record of 50-23 (.685) last season.

2015 Opponent Overviews

Lawrence Central – The Bears were 4-7 in 2014. Their losses came to teams who finished the season with a combined record of 58-18 (.763) including Class 6A tournament champion Ben Davis and runner-up Carmel. LC will be led by senior running back Gerrid Doaks who rushed for 1,242 yards and 15 touchdowns last season. The Irish have a 7-4 record in the all-time series with the Bears.

Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller – The Crusaders have won the last two outings against the Irish after Cathedral had won the previous three games in the series. Moeller finished the 2014 season with a 10-4 record, losing in the post-season for the first time in three years. Quarterback Thomas MacVittie has verbally committed to play college football at the University of Pittsburgh.

Mishawaka – The Cavemen were 9-3 in 2014, suffering regular season losses to Class 6A schools Crown Point and Penn before losing the 5A sectional final to eventual state tournament runner-up LaPorte. The Irish defeated the Cavemen in the 2012 Class 4A state title game. Mishawaka could have dropped to Class 4A in football this season according to its enrollment, but chose to remain in Class 5A.

Indianapolis Bishop Chatard – The Trojans will return to Class 3A this season after competing in Class 4A the past two years due to the IHSAA success factor. In 4A, Chatard had its state record of 12 consecutive regional titles end and, last season, lost in the sectional round for the first time since 2000, a string of 40 consecutive wins. The Trojans finished with an 8-3 record in 2014 including a 28-20 loss to the Irish.

Cincinnati St. Xavier – The Bombers were 10-3 in 2014 losing to Archbishop Moeller in the Division I quarterfinal round of the Ohio state tournament. St. X shut out the Irish 27-0 last season at Lucas Oil Stadium. It was the first time Cathedral had not scored in a game since 2004. Junior quarterback Sean Clifford will lead St. X. He threw for 159 yards and two touchdowns against the Irish as a sophomore.

Rhea County (Evensville, Tennessee) – The Golden Eagles were 13-1 in 2014, reaching the Class 5A (second largest class) semifinals in the TSSAA state tournament. Rhea County fell behind in the game 28-0, but fought back to tie the score 28-28 before losing on a touchdown pass with just 13 seconds remaining. The Eagles were 10-2 in 2013.

Fishers – The Irish have never faced the Tigers in varsity football during the regular season or IHSAA tournament play. Fishers was 7-4 a year ago. Head Coach Rick Wimmer is sixth on the list of most wins among active coaches in Indiana with 234. This is the tenth anniversary season for the school which first played football in 2006, winning the Class 5A state title in 2010.

Brebeuf Jesuit – This will be the first meeting between the Irish and the Braves since 2002. Cathedral is riding a six-game winning streak against Brebeuf and holds a 13-3 lead in the all-time series dating back to 1971. The Braves are coached by former Cathedral assistant Mic Roessler (1999-2012). Brebeuf was 7-4 in 2014 after advancing to the Class 3A title game in 2013.

Center Grove – The Trojans defeated the Irish in 2014 on the way to a 9-and-4 record. It was the first meeting between the two schools since 1992. Cathedral leads the all-time series 2-1. Center Grove has advanced to the semi-state round of the IHSAA state tournament four consecutive seasons. Senior Defensive Tackle Jovan Swann already has scholarship offers from seven Big Ten schools.