2015 Moratorium Dates: June 27-July 5, July 25-Aug. 2
All are invited to the Class of 2014 Wall of Fame Induction Ceremony, honoring the student-athletes of the class who have been named to the Wall of Fame. The ceremony will take place during half-time of the girls basketball game (around 7:30pm) on Dec. 30. A light reception for the inductees and their families will be held from 6-7:30pm in the BCHS cafeteria.
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Parents and players are invited to a meeting on Wednesday, January 7 at 7pm at the home of Scott and Leslie Schrader (3823 Nesbitt Rd. 46220) to go over the 2015 Spring Rugby season schedule.
Coaches will be there to answer questions.
Come join us and become part of a nationally recognized team.
Any questions- call Leslie Schrader @ 557-3698.
Congratulations to Anna Logan, who recently scored 44 points in a 76-61 win over Greenwood on Dec. 13. This broke the Bishop Chatard girls basketball single game scoring record of 40 points, which she had tied earlier this year.
Congratulations to Mary Barnes, who broke the school record in the 100M Butterfly, with 1:03, on Dec. 13!
Congratulations to the Freshmen Girls Basketball team, as they won the BCHS Freshmen Shoot-Out on Dec. 13. The team established its place in the long storied history of BCHS athletics – becoming only the second team in the past 12 years to win the tournament and bring home the traveling trophy for the next year! In a tournament that featured teams from Lawrence Central, Noblesville and Mooresville High Schools, the freshmen shined!
Game scores were: vs Lawrence Central: 45-31; vs Mooresville: 41-33.
In the first game against Lawrence Central: The team pressured the opponent into numerous turnovers ultimately taking a 21-14 lead into the half-time break. A strong sense of determination and even stronger second half defensive pressure forced more LC turn-overs and missed shots. In one of the better offensive performances by the team, 24 point second half secured the first game win.
Seven players contributed in scoring column led by Payten Morris and Sophia Mosley with 13 each; Lindsay Traub got the Trojans off to a fast start and finished with 9 points. Katie Meek, Alliyah Kent, Greta Horton and Maeve Flynn each scored two points to round out the scoring. Maeve led the team in rebounding with 5, Payten had 4, Shelby Stephens grabbed 3 and Sophia added 2. Abby Saunders, just coming back from an injury, dished out 3 assists. Payten had 3 steals and Alliyah used her quickness for 2 steals.
In the championship game vs Mooresville: Defensive pressure set the tone for the game. The Lady Trojans held the visitors from Mooresville to 5 first quarter points – the fewest the team has allowed this season – taking a 13-5 lead. The second quarter saw foul trouble slow both teams with the freshmen taking a 23-13 lead into the intermission. An inspirational half-time talk by Coach Wagner put the remainder of the game into perspective – the team should expect a determined opponent ready to battle in the second half! They would need to keep up strong defensive pressure and finish each possession to earn the victory!
The second half was in fact a classic back and forth battle with neither team willing to give in. The Lady Trojans lost a slight bit of ground but still held a 30-22 lead at the end of the third quarter. The fourth quarter saw Mooresville chasing the team in a futile attempt to cut into the lead. The freshmen responded to the challenge spreading the floor and taking advantage of the opponent – scoring 11 fourth quarter points – thus securing the 41-33 championship win! Smiles, cheers and high fives filled the gym as the team sang the fight song to the home crowd, raising the trophy with much pride for their well deserved title as champions!
In yet another very balanced effort, seven players entered the scoring column led by Alliyah Kent with 13, Payten Morris 11, Lindsay Traub had 6 and Sophia Mosley added 5. Katie Meek, Emma Kennedy and Abby Saunders chipped in 2 points each. Payten led the team in rebounding with 6 while Emma and Lindsay grabbed 3 each. The team had 9 steals with Payten, Alliyah and Sophia getting 2 each. Emma also blocked 1 shot to round out the statistics for the championship game. Loud cheering could be heard from the locker room putting smiles on the faces of the coaching staff as they prepared to meet with team and share in their hard earned victory. Know that the team represented your school very well this weekend!
Congratulations to Brian Ball, who was named as one of 28 Football Academic All-Stars who will be honored by the Colts on Dec. 14. The 2014 honorees will be recognized during pre-game in front of the Lucas Oil Stadium. (Kick-off time is 1pm). View press release
Get in the ‘Spirit’ and show your support of the BCHS basketball! EVERYONE is invited to purchase a piece of Basketball Spiritwear- current students/ parents/ incoming Freshman and avid fans everywhere! This is sponsored by the Boys Basketball team, but the spiritwear can be used for the boys or girls programs!
Orders are online only and end on Dec. 12!
Youth Basketball Players Grades 3-8: Interested in working on your game with a Division I basketball player?
Join us for these basketball clinics, led by BCHS basketball star Tayler Wayer, ’10, who was also a four-year basketball player at IU! Individual and group drills will be conducted by Tayler, with assistance by members of the BCHS coaching staff and teams. Cost is $10/ session. Register and pay online or at the door. Come to one or all!
Clinics are held at BCHS. Questions? Contact Coach Shaughnessy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for a 2-day Winter Baseball Skills Camp with the coaching staff from Indy Hitters and Bishop Chatard High School!
This camp will focus on hitting, pitching and fielding mechanics for boys, 8 years old and up. The camp will be held on Dec. 29 and 30 at the Indy Hitters Indoor Training Facility, 4353 W. 96th Street. Camp for 8-11 year olds will meet from 10am-noon on both days. Camp for 12 year olds and up will meet both days from 1-3pm. Cost is $100 for members and $125 for non-members. Register by Dec. 22.
Congratulations to the following members of the boys swim team, who broke 2 school records at the meet vs Ben Davis/International School on Dec. 2.
Joe Barnes broke the 100 butterfly record with a time of 56.88.
Joe Barnes, Austin Scheer, Thomas Hirschfeld and Luke Nondorf broke the 400m Freestyle Relay record with a time of 3:31.49. All members of the relay swam under .55!