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Boys Track Takes ICC; Girls Finish 2nd

The Boys and Girls Track and Field team competed in the 2019 Indiana Crossroads Conference Championships.  The Boys were ICC Champions and the Girls finished 2nd by a slim margin of 3.5 points. Kynton Grays and Mariah Wehrle were both 3x Conference Champions on the night!   Complete Results: http://www.alphatiming.net/files/t_2019_icc.pdf   Boys Individual and Relay

Golf In City Championship; Tillery All City

The Raider Golfers competed in the Indianapolis City Championship on Thursday at South Grove. The heavy morning fog lifted in time for the 9:00 am shotgun start, and the rain held off for the first few holes. But the rain did not stop the Raiders from scoring their best team round of the season. The team

Linksters Take Win Over Lawrence Central

Kevin “Tap In” Tillery shoots a one under par 35 at Eagle Creek to lead the Raiders in a victory over Lawrence Central, 184-208. Backing up Tillery’s Medalist round with his own best round of the season was Reed “The Terrapin” Turpen with a 39, followed by John “Waggle” Wagoner with 54, and Austin “Gimme

Track Travels To Tech

The Boys and Girls finished their regular season(Dual/Tri Meet) with at Meet vs. Arsenal Tech and Manual.  All Varsity and JV runners had good showings with many getting PR’s and tuned ups for the Conference Championships. Highlights of the Meet were: Carmen Pineda winning Shot Put and Discus Johnathan Tune winning his first Varsity race

Linksters At South Grove

The Raider Linksters came up short on Tuesday at South Grove Golf Course, falling to Bishop Chatard 172-192. Leading all scoring once again with a 4-over par 39 is our own Kevin “Tap In” Tillery. Helping Kevin’s efforts were Reed “The Terrapin” Turpen with 49, John “Waggle” Wagoner with 50, and Austin “Gimme Some” Mohr

Tennis Downed By Speedway

The Lady Raiders continue to improve their match play and learn and employ new strategies and tactics with each match. Although we fell short in each position, the fight and perseverance of each player will serve us well in the remainder of the season. 2 of the 5 matches ended in 3rd set breakers. The

JV Tennis Beats Herron

The JV squad took care of business Monday, beating Herron 6 to 5. Each player played 2x against the full squad of Herron. Congrats to all the girls for their efforts and their sportsmanship. Below are the results: 1s. Isabella Rocca vs Jasmyn Benjamin 1-6, 6-0 2s Estefania Medina vs Almont Leibold 2-6, 6-0 3s Elyse Cullin

Baseball Extends Record To 6-2

The weather is beginning to warm up a tad and the rain has been steady this spring but the Cardinal Ritter Baseball Team has been able to get a few games in with the limited weather windows.  After starting the season 3-1, the Raiders continued their winning streak to 6 before getting beat by Indiana

Raiders Linksters Play In Rain

It was a soggy, cool day at the Martinsville Artesian Classic on Saturday, but that didn’t stop the Cardinal Ritter from shooting their best round of the season. The Raider Linksters fired a 184 in a rain-shortened tournament, which was good enough for 6th place honors. Scoring for the Raiders were Reed “The Terrapin” Turpen (42),

Volleyball Bullies Bruins

The Cardinal Ritter Varsity Boys Volleyball Team played against Tri-west Thursday night. The Raiders were feisty and played intensely against the Bruins. The first set finished 25 to 17, won by the Raiders. Cardinal Ritter took the win in set two, 25 to 18. The third set was also taken by the Raiders, 25 to 19. The