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Tuesday
Sep302014

LADY CARDS REMAIN UNDEFEATED 

The Lady Cards played in Stuart Monday, the 28th of September. They defeated Neligh-Oakdale 25-19 and 25-8 in their first game. Right after the Neligh-Oakdale game, they defeated Stuart for the second time this year in 3 sets, 25-17,20-25, 25-19. The Lady Cards' record is now 13-0. The girls play in Norfolk at Lutheran High Northeast Thursday night, JV beginning at 6PM and Varsity at 7PM. 

 

Friday
Sep262014

CARDINAL FOOTBALL WINS "GAME OF THE WEEK" 

Last night, the Cardinal Football Team competed in the Norfolk Daily News "Game of the Week," shutting down Osmond with a score of 28-7 to earn the Cardinals a 4-0 record so far this season. The boys' next competition is in Randolph on October 3rd, at 7 PM. 

Monday
Sep222014

Cross Country Places Second in O'Neill 

On Friday, September 19th, both the Varsity Boys and Varsity Girls Cross Country teams placed second at their home meet. The JV Boys Team won the meet with almost every JV runner earning a medal. 

Monday
Sep222014

A Good Weekend for Cardinal Volleyball

On Saturday, St. Mary's hosted their annual Junior High Volleyball Tournament, which eight teams participated in. The St. Mary's Junior High Volleyball Team won their first game against O'Neill 7th grade, and then went on to defeat Neligh-Oakdale. In the championship, the girls swept CWC in two sets, earning the title of Tournament Champions. 

The JV and Varsity also competed in a tournament on Saturday held in Stuart. JV went 2-0 at the tournament defeating North Central and O-C. The Varsity improved their record to 8-0 after wins against North Central and Stuart.

 

 

Thursday
Sep182014

A Part of St. Patrick's Gone, But Never Forgotten

The St. Patrick's Parish Rectory, completed in 1916, has been a beloved piece of our parish and town history for almost 100 years. On Wednesday, September 17th, the rectory was demolished due to safety and health concerns. Although the rectory is no longer present, it will always be a cherished part of St. Patrick's past.