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

  • Wrestling takes Scecina junior to new heights

    By Cari Gallagher '93, Athletics Assistant

    The “blast double” is one of the most physically dominating takedowns in wrestling, and it’s the favorite move of Scecina wrestler Leonard Love. The wrestler pressures into his opponent, who pressures back. At that point, the wrestler drops down and squeezes opponent’s legs to bring him down. 

    “It’s the closest thing to a football tackle. I love it,” said Leonard, who also played football this year for the Crusaders. It’s hard to believe the softspoken 195-pounder is ... Read More

  • Basketball team offers opportunities for leadership

    By Cari Gallagher '93, Athletics Assistant

    The Crusaders basketball team has sprinted out to an 8-3 start to the 2016-17 season, including a thrilling win at 4A Roncalli for the first time in 40 years. 

    The Crusaders hadn't beaten the Rebels on their home court since 1976. The team also scored victories over conference rivals Beech Grove and Speedway.

    Mario Dippel, a Holy Spirit Catholic School product, has been one of the key players ... Read More

  • Scecina alumni are NAIA national football champions

    By Beth Murphy,
    Director of Marketing Communications  

    Together they played football as teammates at Scecina. In their junior and senior years, the Crusaders captured Semi-State titles and played in back-to-back state championship games.  Together the two Crusader teammates went off to the University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne. Now, they are national football champions.

    Christian Johnson and D’ylan Richardson, members of the Scecina Class of ... 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