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Wednesday
Sep242014

7-8th Grade Girl's Volleyball Game

On Tuesday, September 23, the 7-8th grade girl’s volleyball team played their third match of the season against Notre Dame. The teams played three games, with St. Pats losing the first, winning the second, and losing the third.

In the first game, Notre Dame started with the ball. When the score was 6-4 with St. Pats winning, Sammy Devereaux (#6) made a great save, as well as Jackie Neely (#18). We tied up the score three times, with the scores being 1-1, 12-12, and 14-14. Then, the score was 24-17, and as all you volleyball fans know, game point! Unfortunately, Notre Dame won 25-18. Although we lost, all the girls did really well and we played a great game.

In the second game, #17 from Notre Dame made many powerful spikes. But that didn’t stop us because this was the game that we won. It was a very intense game. All the girls on the St. Pats team had great serves and they worked very well together to get the win. We deserved the victory and St. Pats crushed Notre Dame 25-13.

 In the final game, we again played very hard. The girls worked brilliantly together. Jessica Plinovich (#13) and Anna Long (#2) made a lot of outstanding serves, as well as the other girls. It was a very close game, with the score being 15-14, Notre Dame winning.

 In conclusion, both teams played great three games with the scores being 25-18 Notre Dame, 25-13 St. Pats, and 16-14 Notre Dame. Although we did not win this time, we definitely will win the next one.

 

by Mackenzie Wielgos                                                                                                                     Journalism Club

Wednesday
Sep242014

5th Grade Volleyball Game vs. Notre Dame 

As the whistle blows you know you’ll be in for a treat. On September 23, 2014, there was a showdown in volleyball between Notre Dame and Saint Pats. It was a fifth grade game and it was a close one. Through the whole first game, St. Pats used teamwork and effort to win the first game 25-19. As the second game started, St. Pats was very excited and was ready to bring it. #18 Brook Smith started with a six rally serve to make it a 6-0 game. Notre Dame took the lead and eventually won it 25-24. We were so close and yet so far away. Since each team had won a game that meant a tie-breaker had to be played. The tie-breaker game would be played up to fifteen points. We put up a great fight and so did Notre Dame. It was tied at 5-5 and that’s when it got real. It was so close though and the game was tied again at 12-12. Clearly, it was a close game. Unfortunately, St. Pats lost 15-14. After the game Coach Devereaux said, “I was was proud of my team and thought it was a good game.” That’s all from –The Mysterious Leprechaun-

by Carter O'Laughlin

Journalism Club, St. Patrick School

Wednesday
Sep242014

6TH GRADE VOLLEYBALL CRUSHES NOTRE DAME 

On September 23, the 6th grade girl's volleyball team beat Notre Dame in straight games, 25-22 and 25-7 at the St. Patrick Fieldhouse. The games were well attended by parents and other enthusiastic supporters. In the second game Danielle Plinovich, Lauren Moody, Makenna Linzy , and Greta Tilden put together a "streak" of serves that blew Notre Dame out of the building. This string of serves capped the 25-7 victory in the second game and secured the win for St. Pat's. After the match Coach Ozzie Moody said, "It's not about the bass. It's about the serve. It's about the serve." The St. Patrick sixth grade girl's volleyball team consists of: Mia Enzer, Makenna Linzy, Isabel Villanueva, Danielle Plinovich, Lily Roberts, Greta Tilden and Lauren Moody. It is coached by Ozzie Moody and Michael Villanueva.

by Neil Singh and Jerrit Payton

Journalism Club, St. Patrick School

Monday
Sep222014

Simple Coupon Books

Just a reminder, if you have not turned in your SimpleQpon book, please do so by this Wednesday. If you wish to keep the book, please send in $20. I need all books or money returned no later than Wednesday, September 24th

Thank you.

================================== Mr. Richard Rupcich Administrator St. Patrick School Chesterton, IN 46304 phone: 219-926-1707 email: principal@stpatsparish.org ==================================

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Monday
Sep222014

PICTURE DAY

Picture Day is coming up on Wednesday, October 8th. Forms were sent home with your students.

 

If you would prefer to order your school pictures on-line, please see this flier for details. http://stpatsparish.org/school-forms/pictureday.pdf

 

================================== Mr. Richard Rupcich Administrator St. Patrick School Chesterton, IN 46304 phone: 219-926-1707 email: principal@stpatsparish.org ==================================

 

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Monday
Sep222014

Cross Country Meet Article

On Saturday, St. Pat’s Cross Country team competed in their first meet of the season. By 8:30, all the teams had arrived. St. Pat’s would be facing seven other teams: Renaissance Academy, Notre Dame, St. Paul Lutheran School, Discovery Charter School, St. Stan’s, Queen of All Saints, and St. Joseph’s Church. The order of events would go from youngest to oldest, the girls first then the boys. To make the competition faster, two grades would be competing at a time. So at nine o’clock, the first race began: pre-school and kindergarten girls. By the end of the last event (7th and 8th grade boys and girls), it had been two and a half hours of loud cheering and joyful congratulations. When awards were given, St. Pat’s team received fifteen: five medals and ten ribbons. Bridget Raffin was awarded 1st place for the 3rd and 4th grade girls’ race! All in all, it was an amazing meet, and I personally cannot wait for the next one.

Written by:  Julia Miller

Journalism Club, St. Patrick School

Monday
Sep222014

Technology Survey// Reminder

JUST A REMINDER

On Friday, Sept. 19th we sent you a survey regarding the technology at St. Patrick School. It is a very short survey and should only take minutes to complete. We are hoping to acquire your response on or before September 26th. We need and look forward to your input on this issue. Please respond accordingly.

Thank you for your cooperation in advance.

Mr. Rupcich

Link:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/86FTLFL