Both volleyball teams saw action Saturday morning. The 6-7 grade team opened the day off with a three set match against a 5-1 team from St. Patrick. The girls played one of their best matches but came up just a little short. They then took on a talented team from Blessed Sacrament and dropped that match in two sets. The eighth grade team remained undefeated as they downed Blessed Sacrament in two sets. They also got a forfeit victory over St. Margaret Mary who was down to just three players for games today. The two wins raises their record to 8-0 Next week will be the final regular season matches. The Eighth Grade Team will be at Collegiate for their matches.They will play Holy Savior at 8:30 and Magdalen at 10:10. The 6-7 Grade Team will have their matches at St.Thomas.They will be playing St. Mary Derby at 11:00 and St.Anne at 12:40.
Due to a lack of numbers, St. Margaret Mary had to forfeit their matches on Saturday. The eighth grade team will just have the 10:10 match with Blessed Sacrament. There will be no 12:40 match.
The boys soccer team took an early 1-0 lead in their game versus the Classical School but were not able to hold on and fell 2-1. The boys had a number of good looks at goals in the second half but all just missed. The team will have a home game on Thursday against the Wichita Warriors. It will be at Holy Cross and begin at 4:30
The volleyball teams were both in action. The sixth and seventh grade team dropped two close three set matches at S.E.A.S. The first was against St. Mary-Newton and the second St. Margaret Mary. The eighth grade team upped its record to 6-0 with two set victories over a previously undefeated St.Mary Derby and the second over St. Mary Newton.Both teams will be in action next Saturday. The 6-7 Grade team will be at Holy Cross and play St. Patrick at 8:30 and Blessed Sacrament at 9:20. The eighth graders will have their matches at St. Thomas. They will play Blessed Sacrament at 10:10 and St. Margaret Mary at 12:40.
Saturday our 8th Grade Volleyball Team racked up two wins in games played SEAS. In the first match the team defeated St. Jude and the continued their winning ways with a victory over Resurrection. The 6-7 grade played hard but came up short in their matches against St. Peter and St. Thomas. This coming week will be jam packed as the teams work around Outdoor Ed. Both volleyball teams will practice tomorrow and Tuesday, 3:45-5:30. The soccer boys will practice tomorrow and have a game Tuesday with Central Christian. That game will start at 4:00 and the boys will be released at 3:10 and depart at 3:20 for the game at C.C.A. Next Saturday the volleyball teams will be back in action. The 6-7 team will have their matches at S.E.A.S. and will play St. Mary Newton at 8:30 and St. Margaret Mary at 11:00. The eighth graders will play at St. Francis taking on St. Mary-Derby at 12:40 and then go up against St. Mary-Newton at 2:20. Thanks to all volleyball parents who helped the concession stand on Saturday. I really appreciate you taking the time to help out on a day when we had no teams playing at Holy Cross. Also soccer parents will be helping count the fall fundraiser turn-in tomorrow.
The boys soccer team battled back twice in their game against the Wichita Home School Defenders. The Defenders scored the first goal of the game but the boys came back and tied the game up at 1-1. Later in the first half the Defenders again found the back of the net but early in the second half the boys tied it up again. The boys had a couple of near misses after that but none made it in the goal and the game ended in a 2-2 tie. The boys next game will be on Tuesday when they travel to Central Christian Academy. The game will have a 4:00 start.
Congratulations to the boys soccer team who defeated Elyria Christian School 3-0. The game saw both teams getting good looks at the goal in the first half but our boys dominated the second half scoring three times and having a number of other great looks. In the B-game both teams fought hard but neither was able to find the net so the game end in a 0-0 tie. It has been great to see our young or inexperienced players show such good improvement during the season. Our next game is Thursday night when the Wichita Home School Defenders come to Holy Cross for a 4:30 game Sorry did not get any pictures of the game. My phone died just after I arrived at Elyria.
The fall sports season is in full swing and all of our teams will gave two games this week. The soccer team will be at Eylria Christian School on Monday for a 4:30 start to their game. There will be a third half B-Game after the first game ends. The team members will be released at 3:00 to get changed and the plan is to leave by 3:15. On Thursday, the soccer team will have a home contest against the Wichita Defenders. it also will begin at 4:30. There is no B-Game as the Defenders numbers are low. The volleyball teams will be back in action on Saturday. The 6-7 grade team will be at St. Mary, Derby for their matches this week. They will play St. Peter at 9:20 with a match against St. Thomas right afterward. It is scheduled to begin at 10:10. The eighth graders will once again be at S.E.A.S. for their matches. They will play St. Jude at 1:30 and then play Resurrection at 2:20. We are hosting sixth grade matches here at Holy Cross and are still in need of people to help with the concession stand. If you are able to help either contact myself or Christine Tuck.
The Holy Cross girls volleyball teams began their season today with two matches each. The 7th grade team lost their first match against All Saints but then rebounded to down St.Francis 2-1. The eighth graders won both of their matches 2-1. In the first match the girls dropped the first set to St.Joe-Ost but then won the next two for the victory. In the second match against Christ the King dropped the second but then came back to win the tie breaker.
The boys soccer had two hard fought contests yesterday with Berean Academy in Elbing. In the A-Game the boys had a number of shots just miss going in and had some hard luck on stopping goals from Berean as they fell 4-0. In the third half B-Game the younger players showed improvement but came up short in a 3-0 game. The team will next travel to Elyria on Monday for a contest with Elyria Christian School the A-game will begin at 4:30 with a third half B contest to follow .