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Conrad girls use defensive pressure to create offense in 51-25 win over Auks

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CLAYMONT – Conrad raced out to an 8-0 lead, and the team’s pressure defense wreaked havoc with the Archmere possession game as the Red Wolves took a 51-25 win in Diamond State Athletic Conference girls basketball on Jan. 23 at Moglia Fieldhouse. Read more »

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Spartans boys, Auks girls victorious in dual meet

January 24th, 2018 Posted in Featured, Local Sports, Youth

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MILLTOWN – Archmere and St. Mark’s met in the pool Jan. 23 at the Western YMCA, and the Auks and Spartans did a very Catholic thing. They split the meet, with the Auks taking the boys’ event, 97-72, while the St. Mark’s girls were victorious by a score of 96-69. Read more »

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Court is in session: Basketball season enters second half

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It’s that time of year when the basketball postseason picture is starting to come into focus. The Catholic high schools are marching toward the playoffs, but they still have several key regular-season battles to go. Read more »

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Level Up Village connects Christ the Teacher with the world

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GLASGOW — A group of seventh- and eighth-grade students at Christ the Teacher School have spent the past few months taking an elective that has given them an opportunity to learn about their counterparts in an African nation while mixing in science, technology and sociology.

The class, which wrapped up earlier this week, matched the 16 students with boys and girls in Zimbabwe. It included video exchanges and a Skype session, and the Delaware students made solar flashlights to send to Zimbabwe. Read more »

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Kelly Muschiatti overcomes adversity to earn Padua Academy diploma

January 18th, 2018 Posted in Featured, Our Diocese, Uncategorized Tags: ,

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WILMINGTON – Kelly Muschiatti’s graduation from Padua Academy was delayed for nearly two years while the 19-year-old recovered from life-threatening injuries suffered in an automobile accident in March 2016. So she was thrilled to be at Padua on Jan. 17 to collect her diploma after completing her academic requirements.

What she didn’t know when she walked through the front door was that her graduation would include more than picking up a piece of paper at the front office. When school administrators handed her a cap and gown instead, she realized that she would be getting a commencement ceremony – in front of the student body of more than 600 girls, faculty and staff.

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Catholic rivalry games dot the basketball schedule this week

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Last week, like others before it, brought a few weather cancellations, so the games are piling up. This week includes some rivalry games for both the girls and boys, although the girls have a decidedly busier seven days. Read more »

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Ravens girls run past Wilmington Christian as Patterson scores 24

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HOCKESSIN – St. Thomas More’s girls basketball team got off to a slow start Jan. 13, but the Ravens overwhelmed Wilmington Christian in the middle quarters on their way to a 63-35 win. The victory gave them the championship of the Wilmington Christian midseason tournament. Read more »

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Kozicki leads Pandas to road win over DMA

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WILMINGTON – Michelle Kozicki scored 19 points, nine of them from the free-throw line, to lead Padua to a 54-38 win over Delaware Military Academy in nonconference girls basketball on Jan. 13. The win improved the Pandas’ record to 7-4. Read more »

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Ursuline battles back, falls just short against top-ranked Caravel in girls hoops

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BEAR – Caravel capitalized on second and third chances, along with a balanced scoring attack, to earn a 53-47 win over Ursuline in a highly anticipated nonconference girls basketball game Jan. 9. The Raiders mounted a furious fourth-quarter comeback, but they came up a few points short. Read more »

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High school teams return to the court after weather delays hoops for a few days

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A few games were played last week coming out of the Christmas break, but the winter weather forced the postponement of several contests involving Catholic schools. The various teams are hoping for better treatment by Mother Nature this week as they get back into the groove. Read more »

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