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Boys Lacrosse Earn IHSLA Honors

Congratulations to the following Boys Lacrosse Players for earning 2017 Indiana High School Lacrosse Association Honors: • 2nd Team All State Attack – Cole Wright (’18) • Honorable Mention Defense – Paul Murphy (’17) • Honorable Mention Defense – Sean Ratigan (’17) • Honorable Mention Face-Off Midfielder – Andy Han (’18) • Honorable Mention Defensive Midfielder – Isaac

Girls and boys track and field banquet

The track and field banquet will be at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 20, 2017, in the Leep Family Dining Hall. No cost for athletes and $10 per family member to attend the dinner. RSVP’s and money should be turned in to the Athletic Department office no later than Tuesday, June 13, 2017.

Michael Anthony earns Burger King Outstanding Student Athlete of the Week

Congratulations to Michael Anthony on the Burger King Outstanding Student Athlete of the Week award! Click below to read the WSBT article.

2-1 Victory Sends Indians to Semi-State

Lexi Felty hit the go ahead RBI-groundout to second base in the top of the 6th inning to help Saint Joseph beat Northwestern 2-1, in the 3A IHSSA Regional on Tuesday night. The win helps the Indians (25-4) advance to the Semi-State round at Twin Lakes Saturday. The Indians will face Wawasee in the second

Yergler takes top NIC honor

Saint Joseph junior Madelyn Yergler was named the Northern Indiana Conference Most Valuable Player announced Wednesday in the South Bend Tribune. This year marks the third time that Yergler has taken home the MVP honor. The talented Saint Joseph team won the conference title with a 7-0 league record. Joining Yergler on first team was

Carmola, Gumpf Receive Top NIC Honors

Senior shortstop Anthony Carmola was named the Northern Indiana Conference baseball Most Valuable Player announced in the South Bend Tribune on Wednesday. Carmola was joined on the first team by fellow teammate Michael Dunkelberger. Head Coach John Gumpf was honored as the NIC Coach of the Year. Alex Voss and Patrick Farrisee gathered 2nd team

Thirteen track & field student-athletes named Academic All-State

Saint Joseph High School is proud to announce thirteen track & field student-athletes were named Academic All-State. All are juniors or seniors who had a 3.5 GPA, a 1200 score on the SAT, and were varsity sectional team members. Congratulations to the following students: Girls All-State First Team Caitlin Casey, junior Rose Kelly, junior Lauren

Vote for Indiana’s Top Record Breaking Performance – Presented by VNN

Who had the best record-breaking performances in Indiana this season? We took your nominations over the past week and here are the finalists. Vote below for each sport on the next few pages. Voting closes at Midnight EST on June 5th. Top Record Breaking Performance (Female) Jordan Reid, Track & Field: 100m Dash New Palestine

Indians Headed Back to State

For the second straight year, the Indians defeated Warsaw 5-0 to advance to the IHSAA State Finals. The win moves Saint Joe (23-1) to the state finals for the second straight year and the fourth time in the last eight seasons. The 7th ranked Indians will face 9th ranked Jasper (17-4) in the quarterfinal match

Boys’ track and field see season bests at Kokomo Regional

The boys’ track and field team concluded their 2017 season Thursday night at the Kokomo Regional. Season bests were recorded in 4 of the 6 events. The team placed 16th overall out of 48 schools represented. Individuals scoring as a result of placing in the top eight include: 7. 3200 M Relay- Andy Powers, Joe