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Four Irish Football Players AP First Team All-State; Two Others Honorable Mention

This year’s Indiana Associated Press Class 5-A All-State Football first team includes four Cathedral seniors.  They are offensive lineman Emil Ekiyor, running back Markese Stepp, linebacker Hugh Davis, and linebacker Jackson Barrow.  Ekiyor was on the AP Class 6-A first team as a junior in 2016, while Davis earned Class 6-A honorable mention honors a

Two Irish Players among IFCA Top 50; Three More Earn First Team Honors

The Indiana Football Coaches Association has selected senior offensive lineman and senior linebacker Hugh Davis as members of its 2017 Top 50 All-State Team.  Ekiyor is on the Top 50 team for the third consecutive season.  Davis was a member of the association’s Class 6-A junior all-state team a year ago. The IFCA selected Cathedral

CYO Wrestling – Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Click here to pre-register for our CYO Wrestling Night on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at 6PM. Here is a video from this years Cathedral Wrestling program

Ekiyor Second in Mr. Football Voting; Two Irish Players Earn Position Awards

Cathedral offensive lineman Emil Ekiyor finished second in this year’s voting for the Indiana Mr. Football award which is presented annually to the top senior player in the state.  Ben Davis quarterback Reese Taylor was selected for the honor.  Taylor tallied 42 votes from the selection panel of coaches, while Ekiyor received nine votes.  Last

Five Irish Players Named to All-City Football Team

The local coaches have selected five Cathedral seniors to the 2017 All-City football team, led by linebacker Hugh Davis who was chosen as the City Defensive Player of the Year.  Davis was second on the Irish this season for most tackles with 65, including 11 sacks and 18 tackles for a loss.  He also recovered

Boys Basketball – Season Preview

Jason Delaney feels good about what’s ahead. “I really like the makeup of this team,” the Cathedral High School boys basketball coach said recently. With reason. Delaney, now in his second season at the school, said the Irish are a strong, talented team capable of improving as the season continues. That has him excited entering

Irish Wrestlers Dominate City Championship

Congratulations to Coach Sean McGinley and the Fighting Irish Wrestlers on winning the Indianapolis City Championship on Saturday.  The Irish dominated the day by winning 13 of 14 weight classes on the way to a team score of 265.  Great job. GO IRISH!