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

  • Scecina honors "We Care" Award recipient and Super Boosters

    By Cari Gallagher '93, Athletics Assistant

    Scecina celebrated Super Booster Night during the boys basketball game on Feb. 11, honoring several people who have given their time and talent to Crusader athletics.

    The recipient of the 2017 Larry Neidlinger “We Care” award is David Smock. David is... Read More

  • Students dive into Crusaders swimming program

    By Cari Gallagher '93, Athletics Assistant

    Being a competitive swimmer at a school without a pool is like being a fish out of water. When it comes to practice, Scecina’s swimmers spend the season living by the Scecina motto of “giving that little extra,” and following in the footsteps of school namesake Father Tom to go above and beyond. The swimmers have to commit to dry-land training and driving to off-site practices in order to dedicate themselves to a sport they love.

    Sophomore Michaela Lindsey, who began swimming at the age of 6, especially has excelled. She finished fifth overall in the 100-meter freestyle event at the All-City Swim Meet. She also broke two longstanding school records.... Read More

  • 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

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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