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CCP Bounces Back with a 3 Game Win Streak

CCP Bounces Back with a 3 Game Win Streak

Kevin Kuehl, Soccer Beat Writer

October 20, 2020

The Chaminade Red Devils ended their rough run of games by going 3-0 this past week, moving their record from 4-4 to a very respectable 7-4. The week started with the Red Devils taking on MCC rival Vianney. Chaminade came right out of the gate firing, clearly determined to end their losing streak....

Red Devil Soccer Falls to Bombers in a 3-2 Loss

Red Devil Soccer Falls to Bombers in a 3-2 Loss

Kevin Kuehl, Soccer Beat Writer

October 13, 2020

The Chaminade Red Devils took on the newest Class 4 member John Burroughs on Monday evening. The matchup marked the midway point through the season for the Red Devils, and showed some key weaknesses that Chaminade needs to get figured out for the second half of the season. The game started out as...

CCP Football Opens Season with 41-0 Win vs. Vianney

CCP Football Opens Season with 41-0 Win vs. Vianney

Mark Scott, Editor-in-Chief, Football Beat Writer

October 13, 2020

After nearly 4 and a half months of uncertainty,  Chaminade was officially cleared to play football early on Thursday morning by County Executive Sam Page. Coach Torrey didn’t waste anytime and got his Red Devils back on the field the very next day.  He knew that he had work to do.  Chaminade...

Chaminade Takes Down Rival DeSmet 1-0

Chaminade Takes Down Rival DeSmet 1-0

Kevin Kuehl, Soccer Beat Writer

October 8, 2020

On Tuesday, October 6th, the Red Devils took on MCC rival DeSmet. The battle was a long-awaited one and was surely circled on Chaminade’s schedule. This is because last year, DeSmet knocked Chaminade out in the district finals and went on to win state. This left a sour taste in the players and coache...

Sophomore’s Gabriele and Higgins Score as CCP Rolls Past Whitfield

Sophomore's Gabriele and Higgins Score as CCP Rolls Past Whitfield

Owen Boyette, Sports Editor

October 5, 2020

At the 37 minute mark of the first half, senior Cole Ross’s shot bounced right off the hands of Whitfield’s goalie and rolled conveniently to the feet of sophomore Giovanni Gabriele. Once he gathered the ball beneath him, Gabriele rifled it high over the net and the ball rolled down to Chaminade’s...

Meyer and Mauclerc Rally for the Win in Ping Pong Championship

Meyer and Mauclerc Rally for the Win in Ping Pong Championship

September 25, 2020

Congratulations to junior Joe Fischer of the Meyer House and 7th grader Dominic Reineke of the Mauclerc House for their victories in the house Ping Pong Championships.  Check out the video to relive the drama of the final round. http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=re70YxDUXsY&feature=youtu.be

Jimmy Grumich Fights for Fall Sports

Jimmy Grumich Fights for Fall Sports

Owen Boyette

September 15, 2020

As it has with so many other facets of daily life, the Covid-19 pandemic is threatening to take away a vital aspect of every school community: Fall Sports. Soccer, football, and cross country all seem to be on the verge of being cancelled in St. Louis County and City.  Jimmy Grumich must have felt that...

Archbishop Carlson Calls Off Spring Sports

Archbishop Carlson Calls Off Spring Sports

Mark Scott

April 10, 2020

In a letter to the Archdiocese, Archbishop Carlson wrote that online learning will extend through the end of the school year. “In light of continued developments in the COVID-19 situation throughout the Archdiocese of St. Louis and new guidance from government and health officials, the Archdiocese of ...

The Effects of the Coronavirus on Professional Sports

The Effects of the Coronavirus on Professional Sports

Mark Scott

March 31, 2020

With the rapid spread of Coronavirus, the four major professional sports have chosen to postpone/suspend their seasons. While the NBA was wrapping up its regular seasons and preparing for playoffs, the league was struck with shocking news… The Utah Jazz’s Rudy Gobert became the first US professional...

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