Thursday, January 10, 2013

New News!!!!!!

Senior, Mary Kate Sullivan, just won the Comcast Scholarship for $1,000

Monday, January 7, 2013


Cathedral's Girls Ice Hockey plays today (Monday, Jan.7) vs. Hall/Conard of West Hartford. Game time is at 4:00 PM at the Cyr Arena, 200 Trafton Road in Springfield. 

Thursday, January 3, 2013

LeBlanc Selected for National High School Football All Star Team. Only player chosen from Massachusetts.

Senior Kevin LeBlanc, an offensive lineman for Cathedral High School has been selected for the Blue-Grey National High School Football All Star Team. Kevin was 1 of the 100 players chosen out of a field of over 4,200 competing. He is also the only player to be chosen from the State of Massachusetts. He will be playing at Tampa Bay Stadium on January 12th at 8pm. The game will be televised live on Fox 61.

Friday, December 21, 2012

Cathedral Rocks its Hockey Season Opener

Cathedral's Dominic Blad in Early Action
If you blinked in the beginning of the game you would have missed it. Cathedral's Dominic Blad* scored a goal within the first 30 seconds, which set the tone for the whole game. Blad and Cathedral were on fire. Artie Potter followed with a goal in the first period for a 2-0 Cathedral lead that held heading into the 3rd period. St. Johns Shrewsbury made it interesting by scoring a goal, but then Jack Williams scored an insurance goal with the final score ending up 3-2 for a Cathedral win. Potter added 2 assists and Williams 1 assist. Goalie, John Liquori, had 16 saves.

Cathedral played very aggressive defense and dominated play most of the game against a strong St. John's Shrewsbury team. Cathedral had a number of shots on goal, several just missing for a score.

We were very pleased to see a large and enthusiastic crowd at the game in support of Cathedral.

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Holiday Kindness

This holiday season, the National Honor Society donated gifts to 15 families through our Adopt-A-Family Program. In conjunction with St. Michael's Outreach Ministry run by Sister Eileen Sullivan, each Cathedral member of NHS was matched up with a family member in need to whom they provided a gift. Every academic department at Cathedral as well as members of the support staff contributed. We loaded four cars full of gifts and took them to St. Michael's rectory where they were distributed to the families. Helping in the delivery were Mary Kate Sullivan, Molly Sullivan, Casey Rooney, Pat Gregory and Rich and Cheryl DelViscio.