"Angels Fly Together, Tradition Never Graduates"
Cheer & Poms Tryouts (in Small Gym/Studio)
June 11: 6-9pm
June 12: 6-8pm
June 13: 6-8pm
June 14: 6-8pm
June 15: 6-8pm
Contact Lori Prideaux for more information.
Boys Soccer: August 13
Boys Volleyball: August 20
Cross Country: August 13
Football: July 31
Girls Golf: August 6
Girls Swim/Dive: August 7
Girls Tennis: August 7
Girls Volleyball: August 13
Middle School Cross Country: TBD
Middle School Volleyball: TBD
Fall sports meeting date TBD (expected to be in July).
Congratulations to senior Austin Tuttle and Coach Dan Miller, who have been selected to play and coach in the WFCA All-Star Game on July 21st at Oshkosh Titan Stadium. This event will not only benefit the senior players and families, but Children's Hospital of Wisconsin as well. Both Austin and Coach Miller must raise a minimum of $750. May 11th is the deadline for including totals in the game program. All funds raised will go to Children's Hospital of Wisconsin (all funds stay in-state!)
This is a great honor and speaks volumes to the caliber of student-athletes we have at St. Catherine's High School. Please find it in your heart to make a donation to either/both Austin and/or Coach Miller prior to May 11th and support Children's Hospital of Wisconsin!
Go Angels! Angel Strong!
Coach Dan Miller
The Angels Cheer team won the Small School Division in the Cheer/Dance competition this past weekend in LaCrosse! What an outstanding achievement for the coaches and athletes that have trained tirelessly since last Spring! Congratulations, ladies!
Congratulations to Manny Barajas, Andres Villarreal and Jaylon Brown, who each signed a letter of intent to play soccer for the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater next year. Manny, Andres and Jaylon have been star players for the Angels, leading the team to a state championship in 2016 and to the sectional finals this past season. We are very proud of you all!
(See "Collegiate Angels" tab for more pictures from their signing day.)
Last Saturday (February 3rd), members of the Angel Boys Soccer team volunteered at the YMCA's Adaptive Sports Night for children with disabilities. At the event, the Angels were "athletic buddies" for the program participants. It was a fun evening for all those involved, as well as a valuable experience for the players who volunteered. Great work, Angels!
Come check out the new scorers table in the John F. McGuire Gymnasium!
We would like to give a special thank you to Becker-French-Durkin Attorneys at Law for their sponsorship and for making this possible. This new addition to the gym will greatly enhance the overall game experience for both players and fans!
Jim McIlvaine and Krystal Ellis, both St. Catherine's High School alumni, were announced as inductees to the M Club Hall of Fame at Marquette University this past week. They will be officially inducted this summer.
Congrats to both Jim and Krystal! We are all very proud of you!
For full Marquette profile, go to: http://www.gomarquette.com/sports/m-club/spec-rel/012418aaa.html
Jimmy Perez leads the Angels' pre-game huddle.
The Angel boys varsity basketball team had a little extra help on the bench last Friday night (1/5/18) against Burlington Catholic Central. Jimmy Perez, an 8th grader at St. Lucy's, brought a contagious smile and positive attitude to the McGuire Gymnasium and to the Angels' team huddle.
Before the game and at halftime, Jimmy sat in with the Angels in their locker room, and during the game he sat on the bench with the players. He was even introduced by the game announcer before the starting lineups were announced.
It was a fun-filled night, and the Angels went on to beat the Hilltoppers 75-33. Thank you, Jimmy! We hope you had as much fun as we did!
We are proud to announce that all of our home Basketball games at all levels this year will be live streamed through the NFHS Network, details on where and how are below. All boys and girls volleyball games will be live streamed in the fall as well as other events in the gym, such as graduation.
To Subscribe to live streamed events:
1. Go to nfhsnetwork.com and search for Racine Saint Catherine's
2. Click on Subscribe and choose one of the three options:
Seasonal (4 month): $35
3. Watch any and all high school events broadcast on the NFHS network, not just St. Catherine's events but any event in any state, including state tournament events!! You will also have access to all the on demand (past) games that are available
Racine St. Catherine's will receive a percentage from all subscriptions to our site on the NFHS Network. Please check it out and enjoy the games!
Max Letsch is honored for his victory over cancer at the Angels Boys Volleyball game! The Angels defeated Union Grove in three sets.
This past week, Angels Boys/Girls Soccer Head Coach Ben Lake was selected by the Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association as the recipient of the 2016-17 NFHS Coaches Association Boys Soccer Coach of the Year Award for Wisconsin!
Annually, the NFHS identifies and recognizes a coach from each state for significant achievement in their sport. State level recipients are considered for NFHS Sectional recognition. National Coaches of the Year are then chosen from the sectional winners. Award recipients are selected based upon a variety of criteria including their coaching record, background, coaching honors, and involvement in community and school organizations.
Each year approximately 1000 coaches are recognized at the state level, 168 coaches are recognized at the sectional level and 21 coaches are recognized at the national level. Wisconsin coaches are members of Section 4, which represents the states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, and Wisconsin.
The mission of the NFHS Coaches Association is to enhance the professional development of all high school sports coaches in order to improve interscholastic athletics in America. This award is a great honor, and Coach Lake has done an outstanding job here at St. Catherine's. We are very fortunate and proud to have him as our coach.
Please join us in congratulating Coach Ben Lake! Go Angels!
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