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Former Cardinal Ritter players at Butler Bowl

Cardinal Ritter 2012 standouts Scott Sholar (FB, LB) and Keylhan Hodo (OL, DL) made their way back to Indianapolis with their college team this past Saturday. Scott made his way onto the field with special teams efforts. Keylhan is continuing to make things happen at practice in order to make his way onto the field.

Cardinal Ritter falls in game three

The Cardinal Ritter football team came in Saturday to work on conditioning, getting stronger in the weight room and review the film of the loss to Brebeuf on Friday night. The coaches and players found plenty of things to improve upon in preparation for their game next week against Speedway High School. There is definitely

Cardinal Ritter High School Tennis Varsity Boys falls to Ben Davis High School 0-5

Sport Tennis Varsity Boys Home Score 5 Away Score 0 Game Recap The Giants blanked the Raiders despite wholehearted effort and gutsy play. The fellas are now 2-4 on the season. They are looking forward to two days of practice before they head up to Guerin next Tuesday! Box Scores Location Championship Games Singles Player

Cardinal Ritter High School Volleyball JV beats Lapel High School 2-0

Sport Volleyball JV Home Score 2 Away Score 0 Game Recap The Cardinal Ritter JV volleyball team won tonight agains Lapel High School. The Raiders came out strong in the first game, but the Bulldogs kept fighting and and took the Raiders 25-24 in the second game. It became a very competitive match but the

Cardinal Ritter High School Volleyball Varsity beats Lapel High School 3-0

Sport Volleyball Varsity Home Score 3 Away Score 0 Game Recap Tonight the Lady Raiders had their 2nd conference match against Lapel. The girls played smart, aggressive, and with persistent tempo. The girls are constantly learning and have been correcting past mistakes with every play. Adding to their second conference victory were Megan Diagostino with 15

JV Soccer Falls to Pike

The boys’ JV soccer team also played Pike High School at home tonight.  Like the varsity the Raider JV lost 2 – 0.  After the game the Red Devil coaching staff said they had been outplayed and if they Raiders had capitalized on their opportunities the score would have ended up in favor of the

Varsity Soccer Falls to Pike

After playing their first five games on the road, the boy’s soccer team returned home to play  5A (1A Soccer) Pike High School losing 2 – 0.  The match was even until 7:27 was left in the game when the Red Devils scored their second goal of the game on a nice cross and finish.  Pike’s first