Cardinal Ritter Boys Junior Varsity Soccer

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JV Boys Soccer Team Wins Home Opener!

The Boys’ JV soccer team won their home opener vs. Danville 3-0 moving their record to  1-0-1.  The Raiders scored twice late in the first half. The first goal was scored on a header by freshman Rigo Quintero on an assist by junior Drew Groth. The second goal came off a pass from freshman Rigo Quintero to freshman

Cardinal Ritter High School Soccer Varsity Boys falls to Speedway High School 0-1

Sport Soccer Varsity Boys Home Score 1 Away Score 0 Game Recap Westside Rivalries Heat UpThe Raider Boys’ Varsity Soccer Team played their fourth game on the road against the Speedway Sparkplugs. Goalie, Danny Kivett, made several great saves and the defense held strong, but in the last 13 minutes of the game, Speedway scored

Cardinal Ritter High School Soccer Varsity Boys beats Greencastle High School 6-0

Sport Soccer Varsity Boys Home Score 0 Away Score 6 Game Recap The boys varsity soccer team ended the day 1 – 1 by beating Greencastle 6 – 0 in the consolation game of the Cougar Cup. After being shut out by Number one Guerin Catholic in the early session 3 – 0, the Raiders

Boys Soccer Season Begins on Positive Note

  The Boys’ JV and Varsity Soccer Teams played their season opener last night at Bishop Chatard High School.  The varsity team beat the Trojans 1 – 0, when junior Jake Strain (#15) scored a goal with 22 minutes left to play.  Junior José Carlos (#0) and Senior Danny Kivett (1)  supported by a strong

Cardinal Ritter High School Soccer JV Boys ties Bishop Chatard High School 1-1

Sport Soccer JV Boys Home Score 1 Away Score 1 Game Recap The Ritter JV game ended in a 1-1 tie. Freshman Nathan Dimmitt (#19) scored the Raider goal on an assist from junior Brandon Braganza (#21). Box Scores Box Score: 1st 2nd Cardinal Ritter High School 1 Bishop Chatard High School 1 Goalkeepers –

Boys Soccer Team Continues Preparation for Coming Season

We see it on tv or when we attend a sporting event.  A player goes down due to a serious injury. The stadium quiets, many in attendance pray, and the teamates kneel in groups and pray as well.  The significance of that outward expression of faith can sometimes be lost to the witness. Not so for