Cardinal Ritter Boys Freshman Basketball

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Frosh BBall Beat Beech Grove

The Cardinal Ritter Freshman Basketball Team defeated the Beech Grove Hornets in a thriller, 56-54.  Jordan Turner led the Raiders with 17 points, followed by Nate Sims with 12 and Austin Sultzer with 10.  Dillon Poore hit a 3 with 30 seconds to go to seal the game.

Silent Night Another Success

In our 3rd annual Silent Night Game, Friday night, the Cardinal Ritter Raiders Boys Varsity Basketball Team ended The #3 ranked (1A) University Trailblazers 13 game win streak with a 57-52 victory.  Senior “Nasty” Nate Soltis continues his strong season by leading the Raiders with 25 points and 13 rebounds. To celebrate Nightwatch the Raiders adapted

Raiders Beat Scecina; Stay Undefeated In ICC Play

The Cardinal Ritter Raiders Basketball Team beat the Scecina Crusaders 97-37 on Saturday night to move to 4-0 in Conference play. Prior to the game, “Nasty” Nate Soltis was presented an award to commemorate his achievement of scoring 1,000 points by Coach Moore and Mr. Pelych, which put the team and the crowd into high gear.

Boys BBall Splits Weekend; Wins ICC Game

The Cardinal Ritter Boys Basketball Team played in back to back nights this weekend starting off with playing at Indianapolis Metropolitan on Friday, then turning around and opening Indiana Crossroads Conference play at home against Lutheran.   The Raiders played hard in both games and came away splitting the weekend going 1-1. The Raiders lost on Friday

Freshman BBall Earn First Win

The Freshman Raiders Basketball Team took home their first W on the season in a 26-25 win over Tindley.  The Raiders were down 1 with 11 seconds left when Jordan Turner stepped up to the foul line and knocked down 2 free throws to win the game.   Turner led all scorers with 11.

Raiders Take Eagles Down

The Cardinal Ritter Raiders Boys Basketball team defeated The Heritage Christian Eagles by the final of 62-47.  The Raiders jumped out to a 25-4 lead at the end of the first quarter, and never looked back.  The Raiders defense was suffocating making it difficult for the Eagles to get into an offensive flow.  Cardinal Ritter