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Football Meeting Wednesday, March 21st

Football Kick-off Meeting If you are an incoming 9th grader – 12th grader and planning on joining the football team for the 2018 school year, mark your calendars! Next Wednesday, March 21at at 6:30pm in the library Coach will be discussing Spring and Summer Training, Camp Rilea and the Season schedule Pizza will be provided

Bowling and Bennion Selected For Mail Tribune All Star Basketball Classic

Jakab Bowling and Emma Bennion have capped their stellar 2018 seasons by being selected to play in the Mail Tribune All Star Basketball Classic. Please use the following link to vote for our two Crusader standouts, as your vote will help determine the starting line ups for the game!          

St. Mary’s hires Darien Hardaway as Head Baseball Coach

St. Mary’s Athletics is pleased to announce the appointment of Darian Hardaway as the new Head Coach of the Varsity Baseball program. Coach Hardaway brings a genuine enthusiasm for the game of baseball, and a love for mentoring young people. “ We have hired the right coach to lead our baseball program,” said Jamie Young,

Local players, coach get all-SCL awards

Two local players were named defensive players of the year and a local coach received the top honor among his peers in recent Southern Cascade League basketball all-star voting. Brian Morse, of the Cascade Christian boys, was chosen coach of the year, while St. Mary’s sophomore Trevahn Foster and St. Mary’s junior Emma Bennion were

Strong Showing For MS Basketball at St. Paul’s Tournament

For the 45th year St. Paul’s school in Eugene hosted it’s annual Tournament of Excellence at Marist High School.  The tournament hosts teams from 8 Catholic middle schools from western Oregon and has activities such as a breakfast with a guest speaker, three point and free throw shooting contests, mass, and a dance.  This year

Crusader swimmer Zhu takes third at state

GRESHAM — St. Mary’s junior Jasper Zhu finished third in the boys 200-yard individual medley to lead a handful of local competitors at the state swimming championships Saturday at Mt. Hood Community College Aquatic Center. Competing in the Class 4A/3A/2A/1A 200-yard individual medley final, Zhu touched the wall in 2 minutes, 2.54 seconds to edge