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St. Catherine Laboure boys win title

St. Catherine Laboure boys win title

This St. Catherine Laboure fifth-grade boys’ open basketball team captured the Catholic Youth Council’s South County League and District titles with a record of 9-1. The boys also came in second place in St. Joseph’s Holiday Tournament and fourth place in St. James the Greater Tournament. The team also won its division in its select CNR League with an 8-0 record and finished second in the end-of-season CNR Tournament. Team members, front row, from left, are: Sam Kleffner, Matt Lanzone, Braden O’Shea and Scott Curtis. Middle row, from left, are: Noah Kohlberg, Kyle O’Shea, Brady Zavadil, Marko Anic and Charlie Cline. Back row, from left, are: Coach Russ Zavadil and Head Coach Scott Kohlberg.

St. Catherine Laboure boys win title

St. Catherine Laboure boys win title

This St. Catherine Laboure fifth-grade boys’ team recently captured the Catholic Youth Council’s City-County Soccer Championship. Team members, front row, from left, are: Eric Thieret, Matthew Bernier, Evan Knobbe, Mitchell Green and Adam Thieret. Middle row, from left, are: Alex Hutton, Tommy Mataya, Trent Sexauer, T.J. McNulty, Hunter Koenig, Ray Winter, Ari Johaningmeyer, Chris LiCavoli, Sam Traina, Tim Pazdernik, Tommy DiMaggio, Rusty Hess, Andrew Randolph, Nathan Gawrych and Brandon Barebo. Back row, from left, are: Coaches Mike Bernier, John Traina and Russ Hess and Head Coach Paul Mataya.

St. Catherine Laboure boys win title

St. Catherine Laboure boys win title

This St. Catherine Laboure boys’ volleyball team won the City/County Championship. During the course of the season the boys won their league, the South County Championship and ultimately the City/County Championship. Team members, from left, are: Chris Vlaich, Martin Vaupel, Coach Erik Papke, Christopher Eisenbeis, Michael Mikitin, Nick Auck and Michael Kilker.

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