"Angels Fly Together, Tradition Never Graduates"
Emma Madden, Sarah Busey, Ashley Lawler & Delaney Nielsen show off their third place trophy Friday in Hartford, WI.
The St. Catherine's Girls Golf Team Traveled to the Hartford Invite Friday and came away with a 3rd place finish out of 17 teams. St. Cat's shot an overall 357 at the meet held at the Hartford Golf Club.
Sarah Busey led the Angels shooting a team high 77. Busey's score was good for second place overall at the invite. Ashley Lawler tallied an 87, Delaney Nielsen came in at 90 and Emma Madden at 103.
St. Catherine's will be working on it's game in the following days preparing for the WIAA Regional Meet next Thursday in Jefferson, WI.
The award winning St. Catherine's Angels Cheer & Dance Team held a clinic on Friday September 16th for Future Angles in grades K-8. The clinic was held from 5-8 pm at the SCHS Cheer and Poms Studio.
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The participants from the clinic took part in the Angel dance and cheer halftime performance during the home game on September 17th at Horlick Field. St. Cat's played Shoreland Lutheran that day, and all participants had a great time.
2016 St. Catherine's Girls Tennis Team
FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PURPOSES, 2016-17 student-athletes will only be allowed to register for one sport in its season. Athletes will have to wait to register for winter and for spring sports prior to the beginning of those seasons on Sport Ngin.
WE WILL NOT HOLD ANOTHER PARENT ATHLETE MEETING FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE SCHOOL YEAR. - ALTHOUGH COACHES WILL HOLD TEAM PARENT/PLAYER MEETINGS BEFORE THE WINTER AND SPRING SEASONS.
The Racine St. Catherine's Athletic Department has Cotton T-Shirts, Dry-Fit T-Shirts, Crew Neck Sweatshirts and Hoodie Sweatshirts. Please contact Mr. Johnson to see apparel available. The merchandise ranges in price from $7 to $22.
A Great Friday Night for ALL Angels at Carthage
YOU CARRY THE NAME.....
THE NAME DOESN'T CARRY YOU......
Students cheer the Angels to a 3-1 match win over The Prairie School Thursday Night in the McGuire Gym
The Angel Boys Volleyball Team started the season 2-0 with a four set win over Kenosha Bradford and a three set Sweep over Dominican.
It had its hands full Saturday at the Park Invite opening the day with a match against #5 state ranked Kenosha Indian Trails Academy. But St. Catherine's did not disappoint splitting with ITA.
The Angels made it to the top half of the tournament for the first time in many years and lost to the number one seed in the event.
Coach Katie Belongia and her staff have an exciting team to watch this fall. Get out to the Pitt (McGuire Gym) and watch the boys play at 6:30 Wednesday night against Union Grove. JV's play at 5:00 followed by the varsity.
Angel Soccer Alum Trevor Johnson left and Toney Anderson
St. Catherine's Alum and former Angel Boys Soccer standouts Toney Anderson and Trevor Johnson are continuing their soccer careers at UW-Whitewater. The duo, who have been friends and almost like brothers since early childhood decided to play together and stay close to home. Whitewater is just a hop, skip and a jump from Racine, so the drive for family members to watch them play is easy.
The other advantage to being at Whitewater is having the opportunity to play for former St. Catherine's Coach Tony Guinn. Guinn who has coached at nearly every level of soccer is without a doubt proud and extremely privileged to have Anderson and Johnson at Whitewater.
It seems like just yesterday when Trevor and Toney led the Angels to the MCC Championship and a birth in the 2015 WIAA State Boys Soccer Tournament.
Johnson a senior captain and defenseman played a huge role in the run. He stepped in for Anderson at goalie saving wins on penalty kicks in both the sectional semi-final and sectional championship.
Anderson, who suffered a severe arm injury in the sectional semi-final victory over Prairie, helped coach goalie Max Herrera through the Sectional Final Championship win over Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld and the heart breaking state semi-final loss to University School of Milwaukee.
Both young men had tremendous careers and created a soccer legacy for themselves at St. Catherine's. It would be no surprise for the same thing to happen before they graduate as Warhawks playing for Guinn.