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This Week in Angels Athletics
Happy Monday Angels!

Even though it was a short school week, we had plenty of action last week, as all of our teams were back in action.

Boys Basketball won Friday night 94-41 over Shoreland Lutheran, Tyrese Hunter had a team high 19 and Quinn Cafferty added 18. On Saturday, the boys lost to Elkhorn 51-49. Quinn Cafferty and Jameer Barker led with 11 and Tyrese Hunter added 10.

Girls Basketball lost Friday 78-67 to Shoreland Lutheran. Sadie Gilbert scored 20, Ashley Gerber had 15 and Sophie Wentorf added 12 for the ladies.

Wrestling placed 8th at the Panther Brawl in Palmyra on Saturday. Angel Aranda and Lee Schatzman took 2nd place and Daniel Sanchez and Aundre Hale finished 3rd in their respective weight classes.

Boys Swimming and Diving lost their quad on Thursday at Elkhorn. Losing 132-22 to Platteville/Lancaster, 140-10 to both Elkhorn and Burlington Co-op. Tray Gillentine took 7th in the 100 meter freestyle to lead the team. 

7th grade girls basketball won their first two games of the St. Lucy tournament last weekend and will play in the semi-finals tomorrow at 6pm.

The week ahead:
Tuesday 1/8: Wrestling vs. Living Word Lutheran 7pm; Girls Basketball @Prairie 5:30pm; Boys Basketball @Prairie 7pm
Swimming and Diving @Ronald Raegan 4:30pm
Friday 1/11: Girls Basketball @Dominican 7pm
Saturday 1/12: Boys Basketball vs. Dominican 7pm
6th Grade Boys 8am @ JPII; 7th Grade Girls 9am @St. Rita's; 7th Grade Boys 2pm @Holy Rosary

New at Home in 2019! Sportsmanship needs to be a priority for our student athletes, coaches and spectators. Athletics is much bigger than what the scoreboard says at the end of the night.  The lessons of leadership and the respect of everyone involved by playing the game the "right way" should not go unacknowledged. Therefore, at all of our home events we will be awarding a member of each varsity team playing that night the "Sport of the Game" award. This person will be chosen by the opposing team as the player/person who best displayed the ideals of Sportsmanship within the game. Being a good sport should be something we all strive to be, whether you are a player, spectator, coach or event worker it should be a priority! The winning people will earn a goodie bag and will have their picture posted as the sport of the game. 

Don't forget all of our home events are streamed live at nfhsnetwork.com, search for Racine St. Catherine's.

Have a great week Angels!!

Mike Arendt
Athletic Director
Racine St. Catherine's High School