Athletic Director
 
Jason Kehrer '88
 
jkehrer@scecina.org
317.356.6377 ext. 1111

 

Assistant to the Athletic Office
Ben Dugan '11
bdugan@scecina.org
 317.356.6377 ext. 1128

  • Big game, big night for Crusaders and Scecina

    The Class 2A No. 3 Crusaders beat conference and Catholic school rival Cardinal Ritter on the state’s biggest football stage, Lucas Oil Stadium. The Crusaders topped the Class 3A No. 6 Raiders 27-14 on Oct. 6 to capture the Indiana Crossroads Conference championship.

    Thanks to an enthusiastic and supportive Scecina community, the Crusaders’ crowd was the biggest of the night. Event organizers told Jason Kehrer ‘88, Scecina athletic director, that the Crusaders had sold the most tickets of any of the four teams that played (Columbus North and Bloomington South played the second game.) “They said we more than surpassed expectations,” he said.

    Kehrer said ... Read More

  • Wrestling room makeover

    Jim Donlan headed up a recent refurbishing of the wrestling practice room in the Scecina blockhouse. Jim Donlan’s son Mitchell ’15 wrestled for four years with Scecina, and son Stuart is an incoming Scecina freshman who plans to wrestle. 

    The senior Donlan thought the wrestling room in the Scecina Blockhouse could use some spiffing up. So he consulted with Scecina Athletic Director Jason ... Read More

  • Crusaders are the state champions

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications 

    The Crusaders were up just one run, 3-2, as the seventh and final inning of the 2017 State Championship softball game began. They hadn’t scored since the third inning when they put up three runs. Now they needed some insurance. So what did Coach Cory Gray and the rest of the coaching staff tell them? Was there a big pep talk? 

    “No,” Gray said. “We didn’t tell them anything. They already know what to do.” Sure enough, the experienced Crusaders scored ... Read More

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“But most of all, I feel that my role is to show young people how to pay it forward. To teach students the value of helping others and get them to experience what it’s like to put their own needs second and selflessly do things for other people.

Ott Hurrle '70