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Track season kicks off

Track season kicks off

April 15, 2016

As the Roncalli boys and girls track team start their season, the outlook for the season is positive, as the team has four returning juniors and seniors. These include the football stars Justin Saylor and Gabe Otley, as well as the basketball team’s Paige Saylor. The track team is undoubtedly excited for the return of senior Katie Carson who will most likely go to state for shot put. Roncalli’s...

Seniors lead way

Seniors lead way

April 15, 2016

Softball has begun a new season and with a new season, comes new goals.  “Our goals are to win 20 games, win the Marion County Championship, and a sectional championship,” said Varsity head coach, David Lauck. This year’s team has many strengths, including team chemistry and senior leadership. “Our eight seniors carry the leadership load, but we also have returning underclassmen who e...

Freshman captures first

Freshman captures first

February 12, 2016

We are now about halfway through the girls’ gymnastics season. They won their most recent meet against New Castle, bringing their record to 5-1. Freshman Makenna Clarke placed second for Vault, and first for Bars, Beam, Floor, and All Around, freshman Faith Fries came in fourth for Vault, senior Emma Wrege came in third for Bars, and sophomore Kayleigh Winter came in fourth for Beam. In the me...

Swimming toward state

Swimming toward state

February 12, 2016

With Sectionals coming up on February 20th, the team begins to set their goals for the end of the year. They want to be fully prepared, so that they can end their season well. “We hope to do well in sectionals and regionals, and get some swimmers into state,” said senior, Eddie Huck. The team has had a very strong season this year, including making history at the Marion County meet back in Dece...

Rebels on their way to semi-state

Rebels on their way to semi-state

February 11, 2016

Three Roncalli wrestlers are on their way to semi-state. Seniors Nick Ellis, Tyler Smith, and Quinn Cecil are now advancing to semi-state at New Castle. The road thus far into the tournament hasn’t been easy. First the Rebels had to make it out of their sectional, which was without a doubt the hardest in the state, facing number one Warren Central and number four New Palestine. After this they had...

Gaining major recognition

Gaining major recognition

February 11, 2016

A year ago, senior Lindsey Corsaro watched her junior season come to an unexpected halt. During the game against Bedford North Lawrence, Corsaro tore her ACL and was forced to sit out the rest of the season. However, with lots of knee strengthening and recovery, Corsaro made a full comeback for her senior year, one that most people might not have expected. Corsaro was chosen as one of 25 candidates for...

Rebels hope to build upon already strong seasons

Rebels hope to build upon already strong seasons

September 11, 2015

Tomorrow is the All Catholic Invitational at Guerin, and that means that the girls and boys teams are planning to PR in their races. The course has been very quick in the past and has led to many runner’s best times.  Male runners Michael Schiefelbein, Nick Perkins and Liam Hosty plan to lead the Rebels in the varsity race. Last year, almost all the team got their best time ever at Guerin. Female runn...

Route for the Rebels

Route for the Rebels

August 24, 2015

The football team wrapped up its scrimmage last Friday against Franklin. Every year before the regular season, the Rebels scrimmage the Grizzly Cubs in preparation for the year to come. These scrimmages always follow IHSAA rules for a scrimmage. Even though there was not a definitive score, it looked to be a victory for the Rebels. The defense played a large part in this “victory” coming u...

Ragin’ on

Ragin’ on

June 6, 2015

At home, the rebels beat Greenfield Central by 5-1.  They advance to their second Semi-State in four years.  Their recent state championship came in 2011, when they beat Andrean in a 3A state championship. The rebels would not have made it to semi-state without the help of senior Megan Choinacky.  Choinacky had three RBIs, including a two-run triple to center-field in the bottom of fifth ...

Rebels hit on

Rebels hit on

June 1, 2015

The softball team advanced to Regionals with ten hits.  One of the biggest hits came in the bottom of the sixth inning.  Freshmen Lauren Fey hit a triple to left field.  On this triple, Fey knocked in three runs.  In her career, Fey has 41 hits, 26 RBIs (Runs Batted In), and four triples.  Another freshmen is Jordan Jenkins. Jenkins pitched a complete game, against the Cathedral Irish.  Sh...

Statebound Rebels

Statebound Rebels

May 27, 2015

At the Regional finals at Shelbyville high school, the girls four by 100 meter relay qualified for state.  Apart of this relay was senior Halle Harris, sophomores Morgan Clarke, Madison DeWitt, and Paige Saylor.   Before the race, Royce Antolin, head coach of the Girls Track and Field team, talked with the girls.  "I told the girls to leave this meet with no regrets, to leave everythi...

ALS Bucket Challenge accepted

ALS Bucket Challenge accepted

September 17, 2014

  People all over the world are participating in spreading awareness of ALS  Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord.  The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is an activity in which a person dumps a bucket of ice cold water over themselves.  In addition to thi...

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