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  • Fall Sports Wrap-up: Another exciting season

    By Ben Dugan ’11, Athletic and Student Life Assistant

    The 2018-19 school year started off with another jam-packed fall sports season for cross country, football, boys and girls soccer, boys tennis, and volleyball.

    In a thrilling football Sectional championship game,the Crusaders came back from a deficit to bring home another title. That capped off the fall season. ... Read More season recaps of all fall sports

  • Scecina's senior football players brighten Riley kids' day

    Nine-year-old Julia was beating some of Scecina's senior football players in cornhole. That made Coach Ott Hurrle laugh. 

    "She's probably thinking that these guys aren't very athletic," said Hurrle in a video made by Riley Hospital for Children. 

    The senior players were spending the day at Riley, playing with children and touring the hospital. It was the third straight year that Hurrle and assistant coaches have taken the players to the hospital. Riley featured the video of the Scecina players with Julia and other children on its Facebook pace.... Read More

  • 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