Cardinal Ritter Boys Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 10 - 4 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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#5 Soccer Beats Hornets

The Cardinal Ritter Varsity Boys Soccer Team traveled to Beech Grove to take on the Hornets for another conference match up. The Raiders jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the opening minutes on a cross from Manny Lopez that Jose Castro put away. The Raiders kept the Hornet’s keeper busy throughout the half, but

#5 Boys Soccer Loses PKs To Rival

The Cardinal Ritter Boys Soccer Team traveled to Scecina on Thursday to take on the Crusaders with the Indiana Crossroads Conference title potentially on the line. Both sides looked pretty evenly matched in the opening minutes. The Raiders struggled to break the final line of defense and get a clean look, while the Crusaders opted to

#5 Soccer Wins 2 To Continues Winning Streak

The Cardinal Ritter Boys Soccer Team has kept their Indiana Crossroads Conference streak alive beating Lutheran on Thursday then coming back and beating Cascade in a lopsided victory on Tuesday.  The Raiders have faced some adversity as of late, but that has not stopped this well oiled machine from moving along the season.  To quote

#6 Boys Soccer Slips At Avon

The #6 ranked Cardinal Ritter Boys Soccer Team traveled to Avon on Saturday to take on the Orioles in the yearly match up between the two powerhouses.  The JV team started off first and the team showed up ready to play and had Avon on their heels early on. Midway through the half, after lots of

#5 Soccer Keeps Streak Alive With Tie

  The #5 ranked Cardinal Ritter Boys Soccer Program hosted 3A powerhouse Pike on Tuesday and came away without losing their unbeaten streak.  The JV team came away with a loss, but the Varsity team held their own to come away with a 1-1 tie. The JV team took the field first in their match

#5 Soccer Keeps Winning Streak Alive Against Plainfield

  The Cardinal Ritter Boys Soccer Program hosted 3A Plainfield on Saturday.  The #5 2A ranked Raiders looked to build on their winning streak against the formidable Quakers. The JV Soccer Team played first and things got off to a shaky start and the Raiders quickly found themselves down 2 goals. With about 15 minutes left