|The Trojan girls lost the season opening game to HSE. Returning bowler Lexi Padgett scored a 133 during the second game. Rookie Freshman Claire Hawkins played anchor for both games and although lost against her opponents, she maintained her composure throughout the entire evening; never letting up, giving up or cracking under the pressure. It was a good game and the girls played well.|
|The Trojan girls were at full strength tonight and the mighty five played better than their score indicates. Senior Emma McClung had a second game score of 109 and Sophomore Lexi Padgett, a second game score of 142 won against their opponents. The girls lost the first game by 199 pins (points) they rallied to only a 16 point game loss in the second match. A remarkable comeback with all girls bowling over 100 in the second game. Sarah Wede had the night’s highest Trojan score of 155.|
|11/19/15||Warren Central||L 1/19||Recap|
|The fabulous four Trojan Bowlers sustained another loss tonight. Short one bowler for the match they gave it all they had and Freshman Claire Hawkins scored the only winning point with a game score of 146. This is her best game score of the season!|
|11/23/15||Blind draw team- Girls||2.5/17.5||Recap|
|The Trojan Girls bowled blind (no direct opposing team) tonight. Their scores will be compared to Hamilton Southeastern’s scores which are unavailable at this time. Lexi Padgett was the Trojan high bowler of the evening scoring 153 and 157 in her games. Claire Hawkins had score of 137 in her second game.|
|12/3/15||Position Round||W 18/2||Recap|
|This is the positional round and is in a Bakers format bowling style. Instead of 2 games with 10 frames per bowler, it is 10 games with 2 frames per game per bowler. Score will be matched with all teams but direct competition was against Cathedral. the Trojan Girls won 9 out of 10 games with 4 games greater than 130. The girls were bowling great tonight picking up spares and laying down the strikes!|
|Once again the girls did not have a direct opponent for this game. Cathedral will bowl next week before the 18th and their scores will be matched with the Trojan Bowlers. This was however the highest game scores for the girls to date this season with game totals of 539 and 622. Emma McClung bowled her highest games yet of 127 and 124. Claire Hawkins not only had the highest Trojan game score of the night but a personal season game high of 151! Way to go girls! The second game of the evening brought scores above 100 for all the Trojan Bowlers. This evening gave us great scores, great games and great camaraderie. This was by far the best games of the season! If you haven’t checked out Trojan Bowling, make some time to do so soon-join us for the fun.|
|The Trojan girls played the undefeated top ranked team tonight . Although the girls lost, they did score 4 points when Jenna Graham and Sarah Wede out scored their opponents in both games. Emma Mcclung had the team high score tonight of 142! The girls lost each game by 150 pins or less and played their best game yet against this very tough Brebeuf team. Claire Hawkins had a game high of 138 and was closely followed by Lexi Padgett with a second game score of 137 . Christmas cheer, fun and fellowship accentuated the great bowling and high scores of the night.|
|Wow, what a night -the Trojan girls tied with the second best team!!
Freshman Claire Hawkins played anchor for both games and although she lost to her opponent she held her own and never gave up. Senior Jenna Graham had her best game yet with a first game score of 148 and beating her opponent. Senior Emma McClung came on super strong in the second game for a great score of 144 beating her opponent also. Senior Sarah Wede bested her opponent with a score of 124 during the second game. Sophomore Lexi Padgett gave her all for both games with scores of 167 and 145 to win both games! As a whole the mighty Trojan girls lost the first game by only 64 pins AND WON the second game with a score of 605, winning by 16 points. Great games and great efforts from all the Trojan Girls.
|1/14/16||Blind Draw Team- Girls||See Reacp||Recap|
|The girls bowled against a blind and the scores when totaled will be compared to the chosen team. All the Trojan girls bowled over 100 for both games Lexi Padgett had the night’s high score of 171. Claire Hawkins with a 142 and Sarah Wede with a 147 had the next highest scores of the evening. It was a great night with game total scores of 630 and 648!|
|This is the position round. The girls were short players -only 3 girls availabe to bowl and they prebowled on Wednesday afternoon. Lexi Padgett, Calire Hawkins and Emma McClung were the Trojan bowlers that gave their all for the position round bowling with Bakers, Bowl style format. Each bowler bowled 2 frames per game (10 games total) and each game had 2 vacant spots-4 frames of 0 per game.|
|Today ended the Trojan Girls Bowling with a 5th place in team and 7th place in individual for the girls. Emma McClung placed 7th in the conference today -the highest for Bishop Chatard this year but only the top 6 girls advanced. Way to Go Emma-We are proud of you! Lexi Padgett placed 10th in the seasons North conference standings, quite a feat given all the girls that play! The team placed 4th for the regular season and 5th for the sectionals. Unfortunately, only the top 2 teams can move on. All the girls did great today and played wonderfully despite some technology problems with bowing equipment and health issues. I am so proud to be the coach for these great Trojan Bowlers!|
|The boys bowled strong in the first game and led most of the game with points from Sam Luke, Brian Doyle and Tim Good with a 203! The second game we didn’t fair as well but still rallied to get a point from senior Robbie Barnes.|
|Though the boys lost tonight, they put up a good fight. Senior Timmy Brogan and Tim Good gave the Trojans points along with newcomer Robbie Barnes who bowled a 229, topping off the points for Bishop Chatard. We only lost by a combined score of 61 pins. This is better than we have done in many games. Cheers to the Trojans and the great improvements they have made!|
|11/19/15||Warren Central||L 9/11|
|11/23/2015||Carmel- Boys||L 3/17||Recap|
|The Trojan boys started the match lighting up the lanes with spares and strikes. Joseph Mascato-Goodpaster and Tim Good gave us the only points for the night with a 165 and 175 respectively. We bowled against the No. 1 Carmel Greyhounds and stayed within a 100 points the first game and then the Greyhounds got fired up the 2nd game and were striking nearly every time up to the lane. I am very proud of my boys for the intensity they are bowling with this year!|
|12/3/15||Position Round||W 12-8||Recap|
|Our first Victory of the season! The Trojan bowlers were hot of the rail. We bowled for position round tonight which is to say we bowled 10 games where each bowler bowled a frame in the game and we took the team score. Bishop Chatard won 6 games out of 10 and every one of the bowlers tonight came through for us in different times. I am so proud of these boys. They have come together so well with the senior leadership gelling like never before under the tutelage of senior captain Tim Good. We are competitors and well on our way to showing the other teams that we mean business! We are in the “TroZone”!|
|Cathedral HS had a death in their school community and was not present so there is no score as of yet but our boys bowled well with Robbie Barnes bowled with a 169. Hoping for a victory when Cathedral does bowl.|
|The boys came up short against the Braves but Timmy Brogan was on fire bowling a 195 the first game, giving us our first two points, and Tim Good bowled a 140 to give us the other points. With finals on, I am just proud that they showed up to bowl and kept their minds on the game.|
|We Won TWO! We have doubled our Wins record from last year and it was again a team effort! Our seniors came through last night in a nail biter finish with Sam Luke and Timmy Brogan getting a point, and Tim Good and Robbie Barnes getting two points. The boys bowled hard and didn’t give up when it looked like we might be falling behind. Tim also had a great second game of 197 which secured our victory. Great job boys!|
|Carmel- Boys||L 1-19||Recap|
|Tonight the boys took on No. 1 Carmel Greyhounds and stayed toe to toe with them for the first game with Sam Luke bowling a 171 and Tim Good bowling a 166. Tim gave us our only point tonight but I am proud of the boys for holding their own as long as they did against the No.#1 team.|
|1/21/16||Positon Round||L 0-20||Recap|
|The Trojan boys bowled one man short yesterday in our Baker games and could not make up the differences. With many on retreat, the Fearless Four tried to bowl out the difference but came up short.|
Broad Ripple, Cardinal Ritter
|vs Scecina: W 60-24
vs Ritter: L 33-36
vs BR: W 60-6
|Wrestlers going undefeated on the day were Ryan Seymour 3-0, Reid Seymour 3-0, Gabe O’Hara 2-0, Evan Gonzalez 2-0, Santiago Arteaga 3-0, and Mark Hutson 3-0.|
|12/9/2015||Hamilton Heights||L 24-53|
|12/12/2015||N. Putnam Invite
|Ryan Seymour goes undefeated and wins his weight class at the North Putnam Invitational.|
|12/16/2015||Lawrence Central||L 66-5||Recap|
|Reid Seymour the lone win. He defeated his opponent by technical fall.|
|12/19/2015||City Meet||2nd Place
138 lbs – Evan Behringer CITY CHAMPION
|106 lbs – Ryan Seymour 3rd Place; 113 lbs – Ried Seymour 2nd Place; 120 lbs – Josef Eisgruber 2nd Place; 132 lbs – Jackson Sherby 5th Place; 138 lbs – Evan Behringer CITY CHAMPION; 152 lbs – Gabe O’Hara 3rd Place; 160 lbs – Noah MAzzei 5th Place; 170 lbs – Santiago Arteaga 6th Place; 182 lbs – Mark Hutson 3rd Place; 195 lbs – Cortlind Mallory 6th Place; 220 lbs – Jonas Petrokopoulos 3rd Place; 285 lbs – Zach Evans 7th Place|
vs Jennings County
vs Bishop Fenwick
|1/9/2016||Greenfield Central||L 12-66|
|1/9/2016||Lawrence Central||L 4-71|
|1/9/2016||North Central||L 15-56|
|1/16/2016||Ft. Wayne Concordia Invitational||90pts: 7th of 9|
|1/19/2016||Brebeuf Jesuit||W 45-33|
|1/19/2016||Guerin Catholic||L 43-32|
R. Seymour, J. Eisgruber, E. Behringer, G. O’Hara advance
|Advancing to Regionals are 106 lbs Ryan Seymour, 120 lbs Josef Eisgruber, 138 lbs Evan Behringer, 152 lbs Gabe O’Hara|
|2/6/2016||Regional||11th, Seymour advances||Recap|
|Ryan Seymour places 2nd at Regionals and advances to the New Castle Semi-State.|
|11/24/2015||Speedway & Decatur Central||3rd of 3: 69||Recap|
|The boys had a great 1st meet, especially first time swimmers Anthony and Jack. All returning swimmers earned personal best times. John earned his in the 200 Free, Austin in the 50 Free and Thomas in the 200 IM.|
|12/1/2015||Noblesville||L BC: 30; N: 143||Recap|
|Great job to Oskar on a second place finish in his first diving competition. Great job to Austin as well for breaking a minute in his 100 butterfly.t|
|12/8/2015||Lawrence Central & Cardinal Ritter||BC: 87; LC: 104; CR: 111||Recap|
|Great job to the boys team. Jack had a good race in the 200 free and went a personal best. The 200 and 400 free relay team of Tyler, John, Thomas, and Austin took first place in both events. John had a great meet winning both of his individual events as well as the two relays.|
|12/12/2015||Noblesville Invitational||9th of 10||Recap|
|The boys had a great meet with many swimmers pulling personal best times. John had a best in his 50 free. Jack had a best in his 100 back. Anthony had a best in the 100 free. Tyler broke a minute in his 100 fly setting his new personal best time.|
|12/21/2015||City Meet Swimming||3rd of 8||Recap|
|Congratulations to the boys swim team on a hard fought City Meet. Several boys won individual events and relays and many dropped time. Austin is a four time winner in the 200 IM, 500 Free, 200 Free Relay, and 400 Free Relay. He had an exciting finish in the 400 Relay, coming from behind to help win over Cathedral. Tyler is a three time winner in the 200 Free, 200 Free Relay, and 400 Free Relay. He also swam a personal best in the 200 Free and 100 Fly. John and Thomas are both two time winners in the 200 Free Relay and 400 Free Relay. Thomas swam a personal best by 3 seconds in the 200 IM. Jack dropped 3 seconds in both his 200 Free and 100 Back. Anthony had a best in the 100 Free. Oskar did a fantastic job getting 2nd in the diving. Erik had a personal best time in the 100 Breaststroke.|
|Despite the loss, there were many great swims with all swimmers having at least one personal best times. Austin went a best in his 200 Free and 100 Breaststroke. Tyler went a best in the 50 Free. Anthony had two great swims and dropped time in both the 50 Free and 100 Free. Erik also dropped time in both of his events, the 50 Free and 100 Breaststroke. Jack went a personal best in his 100 Back. John swam his best time in the 200 Free and Thomas did his best in the 100 Fly.|
|1/14/2015||E. Hancock/Ritter||W 110
E. Hancock: 53, Ritter: 91
|The boys had a great meet winning 9 of the 11 events. Anthony and Oskar both had personal best times in a 50 free.|
|1/23/2015||Warren Central Invitational||5th Place||Recap|
|The boys had a great meet with many close races. Jack had an amazing time drop in his 200 Free, dropping 7 seconds. The boys are ready for their final meet to close out their regular season this Tuesday.|
|1/26/2015||Brebeuf Invite||4th Place||Recap|
|The boys finished off their regular season with a meet full of amazing swims. Tyler had his best meet all season. He went a best time in the 200 Free and received 2nd place. He dropped time again in the 100 fly and swam best times in the 200 and 400 Free Relays. Thomas also had a fantastic meet dropping time in his 200 IM and came so close to breaking a minute in his 100 Back. John broke the 24.04 he’s been working to beat all season in the 50 Free and went a best time in the 100 Free as well. Jack had a great race in the 200 Free, just out touching the swimmer next to him. He also dropped time in his 100 Back. Erik dropped 2 seconds off his 100 Breast. Oskar had an awesome swim in the 100 Free and took 2nd place in the diving. Austin, John, Thomas, and Tyler were all part of the winning 400 Free Relay. It was a great final meet of their season.|
|Feb 18||Sectional Prelims|
|Feb 20||Sectional||7th place
Oskar Eisgruber: Diving- 4th, advances
|The boys finished their season with a bang. Every person dropped time and 4 records were broken. John Hurley, Thomas Hirschfeld, Tyler Thompson, and Austin Scheer were on the two relays that broke records. The 200 Free Relay record was shattered with a new time of 1:32.81 and the 400 Free Relay record fell with a time of 3:24.22. All boys swam amazing splits. Austin also broke his 500 Free record with a time of 5:06.53. Oskar shattered the diving record. With 11 dives, Oskar scored a 338.85. Oskar finished 4th and so will advance to the regionals meet on Tuesday. Thomas had an amazing meet. On top of being on two record breaking relay teams, he dropped 7 seconds off his 200 IM time and 2 seconds off his backstroke time. John had his best sectionals meet yet. He dropped a second in his 50 free and 2 in his 100 Free and finished 8th in the 50 and 7th in the 100. On top of breaking three records, Austin also dropped 3 seconds in his 200 IM and finished 6th. Tyler dropped 3 seconds in his 200 Free and 1 second in his 100 Fly. His great finish in the 400 Free relay out touched Franklin Central by .01. Jack Kellison had a great meet, dropping 6 seconds in his 200 Free and 3 seconds in his back. He swam so well on Thursday and moved up in placing and was able to advance to consuls on Saturday. At prelims on Thursday, Anthony Banayote dropped time in his 100 Free. Erik Compton dropped 2 seconds in his 50 free with a fantastic start and then dropped 4 seconds in his 100 Breaststroke. In addition to fantastic diving, Oskar dropped time in his 50 Free. I’m so proud of how well all the guys did. They worked hard all season, and their hard work showed at sectionals.|
|2/23/2015||Regional-Diving||15th of 20|
|Feb. 26-27||State Meet|
|11/19/2015||Arsenal Tech||W 100 – 28|
|11/21/2015||Greenfield-Central Invitational||4th place||Recap|
|The girl’s swim team had a great meet. Mary Barnes won a first place in the 200 IM. Jordan Ortman had a personal best time in both of her individual events: 200 Free and 100 Free. Casie Maexner also had personal best times in both of her individual events: 100 Back and 50 Free.|
|11/24/2015||Speedway & Decatur Central||W BCHS: 146
DC: 113; Speedway: 35
|The girls had another great meet taking 1st place in 9 of the events. Casie and Jordan had best times in the 100 Free. Delaney had a personal best in the 100 Backstroke.|
|12/1/2015||Noblesville||L BC: 42; N: 141||Recap|
|Great job to all the girls. Delaney had a personal best time in her 200 free relay split as well as her 200 Freestyle. Lily also swam her best time in the 200 Freestyle.|
|12/8/2015||Lawrence Central & Cardinal Ritter||BC: 136; LC: 94; CR: 64||Recap|
|The girls had a fantastic meet. Delaney dropped over 30 seconds off her personal best time in the 500 Free. Casie and Maddie both set personal best times in the 200 Free. Jordan had a personal best in the 100 Free. The girls 200 and 400 Free relay team of Abby, Jordan, Abby, and Danielle won both the events. Danielle won both of her individual events as well.|
|12/12/2015||Noblesville Invite||7th of 10||Recap|
|The girls had a great meet full of best times. Delaney dropped time in her 200 Free. Renee had a best in the 100 Fly. Remy had a best in the 500 Free. Maddie went her best time this season in the 500 free and had a great race. Lily also had a great race and set her best time in the 100 Breaststroke.|
|Dec 21||City Meet Swimming||2nd of 9||Recap|
|Congratulations to the girls swim team on a hard fought City Meet. Many of the girls dropped time and swam great races. Mary was part of the 200 Free Relay that earned 1st place and was a City Champ in the 100 Fly. Renee dropped 2 seconds in her 100 Fly. Sam dropped almost 10 seconds in her 100 Breaststroke. Bernie also dropped time in her 100 Breaststroke. Lily swam a personal best in the 200 Free by 6 seconds. Casie dropped time in both her 100 Free and 100 Back. Remy dropped an amazing 12 seconds in her 500 Free and broke 7:00! Maddie also dropped time in her 500 Free. Victoria swam a best in the 50 Free. Jordan was part of the winning 200 Free Relay team and dropped her 100 Free time. Abby T swam under 6:00 in her 500 Free, dropped time in her 200 Free and was part of the winning 200 Free Relay team. Danielle was also part of the 1st place 200 Free Relay team.|
|Several girls had personal best times in the meet. Sam had a great meet dropping time in both her 50 Free and 100 Breaststroke. Lily dropped time in her 500 Free. Casie swam a best time in the 200 Free. Jordan dropped 7 seconds in her 200 IM and Victoria dropped 8 in her 100 Back.|
|1/14/2015||E. Hancock/ Ritter||W 155
E. Hancock: 90, Ritter: 45
|The girls had a great meet winning 9 of the 11 events. Casie, Sam, Delaney, and Jordan all swam personal best times in the 50 Free. Sam also had a personal best by 10 seconds in the 100 Free.|
|1/23/2015||Warren Central Invitational||2nd Place||Recap|
|The girls had a great meet. Three girls had considerable time drops in events. Renee dropped over 10 seconds in her 200 IM. Delaney dropped 7 seconds in her 100 Free, and Casie dropped 12 seconds in her 500 Free. Lily accomplished her goal of breaking 1:30 in the 100 Breaststroke. Maddie swam a personal best in the 200 Free. There were many great races and we’re excited for our final regular season meet on Tuesday.|
|1/26/2015||Brebeuf Invite||5th Place||Recap|
|The girls had a fantastic final meet of the regular season. Delaney started the meet off with an amazing drop in her relay split time. She went on to have another great relay swim as well as individual swims. Abby T. had great individual swims and came so close to breaking a minute in her 100 Free. She still dropped over a second off her best time. Abby P. swam a best in the 200 IM, dropping 3 seconds off. Bridget had great races especially in her 100 Fly where she won her heat and had a personal best time. Renee won the JV 50 Free and dropped time in her 100 Fly. Lily swam another best time in her 100 Breaststroke. Victoria dropped an amazing 3 seconds off her 50 Free time. Remy dropped time in both her 200 Free and 100 Back. Mary swam a great race in the 200 IM, winning the event. Danielle went her best time all season in the 100 Free. Overall it was great final meet of the season.|
|Feb 4||Sectional||8th Place||Recap|
|The girls did an outstanding job in their final meet. There were over 14 swims with best times and many season goals reached. All three relays had personal best times. The medley relay of Abby P, Lily, Bridget, and Delaney ended up 9th with a best time of the season. The 200 Free relay of Jordan, Danielle, Abby T., and Mary set a personal best time and came within .2 seconds of breaking the record. All girls swam personal bests in their splits over the two days of swimming and ended up 4th. The same girls swam great splits in the 400 Free relay.
Abby T. swam best times on both Thursday and Saturday in both of her individual events. Mary swam best splits in both of her relays and dropped a significant amount of time between Thursday and Saturday. Delaney shattered her best time in the 500, dropping over 12 seconds. Remy, Victoria, Casie, Sam, and Bridget all dropped time in their individual events. Lily dropped 4 seconds in her 100 Breast in order to reach her season goal. Jordan swam best times in her 50 and 100 Free. Overall it was a fantastic meet and season for the girls.
|Feb 12-13||State Meet|
|11/2/2015||Tindley – Scrimmage|
|This was a tough, hard fought game by both teams. Had a few plays here and there gone differently, we could have been right there to win the game. Ashlin Aycock almost had a triple double with 12 points, 11 assists, and 8 rebounds. Frankie Kontor had a great game as well guarding their two best players while also putting up 18 points. Despite foul trouble in the first half, Tayra Breitbach had a solid game with 12 points. Payten Morris came off the bench in her first ever varsity game and contributed 9 points and 8 rebounds.|
|11/17/2015||Covenant Christian||L 68-47||Recap|
|Tough loss to Covenant Christian who is ranked 8th in 2A in the latest coaches poll. Payten Morris led the team with 10 points, 3 rebounds, and 3 steals. Tayra Breitbach chipped in 9 points while Ashlin Aycock added 8 points. Rosemary Skripsky led the team in rebounds pulling down 6. The Lady Trojans will have a short turn around as they look for the first win of the season against Marshall High School on Thursday, November 19th.|
|A good team win which saw all twelve players score. Four Trojans scored in double figures: Frankie Kontor (18), Payten Morris (13), Hannah Miller (11), and Rosemary Skripsky (11). Sophia Mosley pulled down 10 rebounds.|
|Great team win in which all ten players scored. Frankie Kontor led the team with 16 points while Ellie Semler had 13 points and Tayra Breitbach added 10 points.|
|Another great team win where all players scored at least 4 points. Tayra Breitbach poured in 18 points while Frankie Kontor and Payten Morris added 14 and 12.|
|Another great team win in which all players scored. Tayra Breitbach led the team with 17 points while Frankie Kontor added 13.|
|12/12/2015||Western Boone||L 65-51|
|12/19/2015||Scecina Memorial||W 73-57|
|12/22 -23||Franklin County Tourney
vs Bloomington S
vs Beech Grove
|12/29/2015||Lawrence Central||L 44-38|
|1/8/2016||Guerin Catholic||W 59-42|
vs Heritage Christian
|1/22/2016||Cardinal Ritter||L 72-48|
|1/26/2016||Arsenal Tech||L 64-60|
|1/29/2016||Brebeuf Jesuit||W 53-46|
BCHS vs Crispus Attucks
|10/31/2015||Tindley – Scrimmage|
|Turnovers plagued the 2015/16 season opening game for the JV Lady Trojans resulting in the home court loss. Emma Kennedy lead the team with 6 points.|
|11/17/2015||Covenant Christian||L 41-14||Recap|
|Poor shooting and turn overs plagued your JV Lady Trojans as they were on the losing end of a 41-14 score at Covenant Christian HS. Freshmen Katie Dietrick led the team with 4 points adding 3 rebounds. Maddie Walters chipped in 3 points and led the team with 5 rebounds. Next opportunity for a victory is Saturday when Martinsville HS comes to our house for a Noon match up.|
|Martinsville HS visited our gym on this snowy Saturday. Your JV Lady Trojans played their best game of the season but Martinsville’s height was the difference in this hard fought game. The ladies worked hard to gain a 14-9 lead to close the first quarter. However, the taller Lady Artesian team regained the lead with a 19 point second quarter and took a 28 – 21 lead into the half.
Your Lady Trojans won the second half battle but could not over come the second quarter deficit. Balanced scoring was a strong point for the team with Greta Horton leading the team with 9 points. LIly Fillenwarth delivered 8 and Grace McGinley added 7. Four players, Katie Dietrick, Katie Meek, Maddie Walters and Emma Kennedy contributed 5 points each. Amanda Boggs chipped in 2 points while Aliyah Kent was held scoreless. The next opportunity for the teams first win is a traditional pre Thanksgivng Holiday game when the Cathedral Lady Irish visit our house. ‘DYJ’ ladies and the wins will come!
|12/3/2015||Crispus Attucks||L 30-25|
|Your Lady Trojans were the visitors in a mid week game against Herron.
The JV opponents played the proud home team but in the end BCHS had too much talent and prevailed for their first win of the season. The team welcomed Kelly O’Brien back for her first game of the season since encountering an early season injury. Your Lady Trojans had season high’s in field goal shooting percentage with 57.4% and free throw shooting with a season high 70%! Leading in the scoring column was freshman Grace McGinley with a season high 15 points. Freshman Katie Dietrick added a season high 10 with Sophomore Emma Kenndy also scoring a season high 10 points.
Greta Horton, Maddie Walters, Sophia Mosley and Lydia Dessauer chipped in 6 each. Amanda Boggs rounded out the scoring with 2 points and numerous assists and steals leading the team at point guard. Next game is away as BCHS will visit Western Boone HS on Saturday, December 12th. Good Luck ladies!!
|12/12/2015||Western Boone||W 38-16||Recap|
|Your JV Lady Trojans made the trip northwest to play Western Boone. The ladies played their best game of the season posting their second win in a row with a 38-16 victory! A strong defensive effort coupled with better offensive production and reduced turnovers brought home the well deserved victory. The deciding point was a dominating 15-3 third quarter advantage that the home team was unable to overcome. Your Lady Trojans were lead by Emma Kennedy with a season high 12 points. This was her second double digit scoring game this week. Lydia Dessauer contributed 6 and Maddie Walters chipped in 5. Three players, Amanda Boggs, Greta Horton and Grace McGInley added 4 points each.|
|12/19/2015||Scecina Memorial||W 63-24||Recap|
|The JV Lady Trojans recorded another victory as the 2015 portion of their season winds down. Scecina Crusaders visited our house and found an improving girls team awaiting them. The game started out slow with the teams playing to a first quarter tie at 9. The game stayed that way entering the halftime break with the Lady Trojans holding a slim 19-17 lead.
After a ‘spirited discussion’ by the coaching staff, your home team came out with a renewed focus, determination and defensive pressure which contributed to BCHS scoring a season high 25 third quarter points while holding Scecina to 2 points – a season best defensively for the JV Ladies! The 44-19 third quarter score grew with a 19 point fourth quarter while again holding the Crusaders to 5 points culminating in the final score of 63-24.
Leading your Lady Trojans in scoring was freshman Katie Dietrick with a season high 16! She was followed close behind by sophomores Lydia Dessauer and Emma Kennedy with 13 and 11 respectively. Sophomore Greta Horton found her range and chipped in a season high 9 points. The home team goes into the Christmas break with a three game winning streak and a brief rest as they prepare for their next game at Lawrence Central on December 29th. As we reflect on the importance of the season and the fact we are all very blest and fortunate, Coach Linehan, his staff and the JV Lady Trojans wish all a very Merry Christmas!
|12/29/2015||Lawrence Central||W 37-28||Recap|
|JV Lady Trojans won their fourth game in a row defeating host Lawrence Central 37 – 28 in a game filled with turn-overs and missed shot opportunities by both clubs. Your Lady Trojans were led by sophomore Greta Horton with a game high 18 points – a season and career high for Ms. Horton! The Lady Trojans start the second half of their season with games against some of the states best teams as well as the City Tournament which begins first round play Saturday, January 9th.|
|4A opponent Westfield HS visited the JV Lady Trojans. Your home team could not overcome poor shooting and a cold fourth quarter – which saw your Lady Trojans score just 2 points – resulting in a tough loss ending a four game winning streak. Sophia Mosley led the scoring with 8 points. Next home game is a 2nd round City Tournament game with Scecina. Come cheer on your Lady Trojans as they look to rebound with a win and advancement in the tournament.|
|1/9/2016||City Tournament-1st Round||Bye|
|1/11/2016||City Tournament-2nd Round
|JV Lady Trojans opening game of the 2016 City Tournament. This was the second time this season the Lady Crusaders were the opponent.
A well played, balanced scoring effort resulted in an easy win. Of note was a stellar defensive effort in the first half holding the visitors to 3 points while scoring 31 first half points.
All players scored in the contest with Katie Dietrick leading the scoring with 11. Greta Horton had 10, Katie Meek and Grace McGinley scored 9 each. Emma Kennedy finished with 8, Kelly O’Brien, playing hurt, scored 4 as did Sophia Mosley. Freshman point guard Amanda Boggs rounded out the scoring with 3. Next tournament game will be away against Hertiage Christian January 12th.
|1/12/2016||City Tournament-3rd Round
vs Heritage Christian
|This was a heartbreaking loss! Your Lady Trojans started slowly, missing easy baskets but still played well enough for a 14 -14 halftime tie. Heritage Christian came out quickly scoring a couple of easy baskets working to a ten point lead. A timeout by Coach Linehan refocused the team and their strong defensive effort cut the lead to just 4 at the end of the third quarter. The two teams traded baskets in the final quarter until the Lady Trojans were forced to foul as the clock wound down. Heritage Christian converted their free throws resulting in the win and advancement in the city tournament. Through the course of the game, the team could not stop the one person onslaught by Heritage Christian’s D’Shawna Harper who scored 31 of her team’s 42 points taking 25 of the team’s 39 shots! There is little doubt, she will be playing significant minutes for the state ranked Heritage Christian varsity team next year!|
|1/18/2016||Guerin Catholic||L 28-19||Recap|
|JV Lady Trojans made the trip to Westfield to play Guerin Catholic. A halftime lead went away as the home team out scored the BCHS 21-10 to post the victory. The JV were led in scoring by Emma Kennedy with 7 points.|
|Your JV Lady Trojans traveled south to play rival Roncalli. The game was very competitive as BCHS stayed within a 4 points most of the game. Forced to foul late in the fourth quarter, the home team converted their free throws for the final margin gaining the victory. Your Lady Trojans were lead in scoring by Emma Kennedy with 8. Lily Fillenwarth, returning to the lineup after an early season injury, added 8 as well. Katie Dietrick contributed 7 for the game.|
|1/22/2016||Cardinal Ritter||L 43-41||Recap|
|This was a tough loss for your JV Lady Trojans! After falling into a deep first half deficit, they were forced to fight their way back. A late three pointer – for the lead – by Katie Dietrick rimmed out and a quick foul sent Ritter to the free throw lane to seal the deal. A strong second half effort fell just short!
Your Lady Trojans were lead in scoring by Emma Kennedy with 10 points. Lily Fillenwarth added 8.
|1/26/2016||Arsenal Tech||W 42-33||Recap|
|The JV Lady Trojans started slowly but finished the game with a strong effort leading to the home court victory. Scoring was led by Emma Kennedy with a season high 18 points. Freshmen Amanda Boggs had a season best 10 points for your ladies. Next home game is Thursday, January 28th when Brebeuf comes to play.|
|1/28/2016||Brebeuf Jesuit||W 46-14||Recap|
|JV Lady Trojans hosted the cross town rival Brebeuf Jesuit. The home team played a solid, consistent game including holding the visitors to 4 points in the first half! Their efforts through the rest of the game resulted in the big win. Scoring was lead by Lily Fillenwarth with 11 points. She was supported by Sophia Mosley with 9 and Emma Kennedy added|
|1/30/2016||BCHS JV Tourney
|BCHS hosted the girls 2016 JV Basketball tournament. Zionsville was your Lady Trojans first game opponent. After a strong start culminated in a 19-17 lead for the ladies, the second half was a different story. Zionsville’s pressure caused numerous turnovers and missed shots by the home team and thus the 42-23 win! Emma Kennedy led the team in scoring with 7. Grace McGInley hit two three pointers to contribute 6 points.|
|1/30/2016||BCHS JV Tourney
|Fishers 35 – BCHS 19.
JV Recap: The JV lady Trojans ended the tournament and their 2015/16 season on a low note losing to FIshers HS in the consolation game of their tournament. The home team started slowly and never really could get any momentum in the game. Your home team was led in scoring by Lily FIllenwarth and Maddie Walters with 5 points each.
The season was a series of high’s, low’s and streaks. The young ladies found out the next level of high school basketball requires much more focus, passion and heart. While not finishing the season the way the coaches and players wanted, the good thing is off season workouts to continue skill development are just a few months away! Now it’s time to continue support of their Varsity teammates as they prepare for the state tournament
|11/14/2015||Guerin Catholic||W 27-18||Recap|
|The Lady Trojans got their season off to a nice start with a good outing vs. Guerin Catholic. At the end of the first quarter, our Trojans were down 3-2 as both teams played very good defense and neither team played very well on the offensive end. At the end of the 1st half, BCHS was down 7-4. At halftime, the team discussed the fact that the defensive effort was very good, but we needed to be more aggressive on the offensive end of the floor. In the 3rd quarter, our Trojans ran the floor better and picked up the offensive execution to lead by a 16-14 margin. In the 4th quarter, the Trojans pulled Guerin out of their packed in zone defense and exploited the match-ups to take control of the game finishing strong.
Leading the Trojans in scoring were Beth Barnes with 12 points, Audrey Jaeger with 6 points and Janie Gleaves with 5 points. In addition to providing intense defensive pressure, Katie Barnes had 4 points. Leading the team in rebounds was Beth with 7, Kate Bosley with 4 and Rachel Sullivan with 3 who also had 3 blocked shots. Beth’s complete game was validated with 2 assists and 7 steals as well. McKenzie Williams also had 2 steals. Every member of the team contributed to the win as the Trojans used their depth to wear out Guerin Catholic.
|The Lady Trojans traveled to our first 4A opponent of the year at Fishers HS. Fishers had a size advantage and executed a high-low offensive scheme in the first quarter to jump out to a 12-2 lead. For the second straight game, we struggled on the offensive end of the floor in the first half. In the 2nd quarter, our girls did a better job of denying the ball inside and finished the half down 16-4. In the 3rd quarter, the Trojans came out in a full court pressure strategy which Fishers was able to break at will leading to many easy buckets. At the end of the 3rd quarter, our girls were down over 20 points. In the 4th quarter, the Trojans finally started making some baskets and played much better pressure defense leading to winning the 4th quarter by 5 points. However, the hole we dug was too deep to dig out of, leading to the final margin. The Freshmen Lady Trojans have played Fishers for many years and have yet to beat this traditional 4A powerhouse.
The Trojans were led in scoring by Beth Barnes with 6 points, McKenzie Williams with 5 points, and Hannah Milby with 4 points. Janie Gleaves and Audrey Jaeger had 4 rebounds each. Beth had 3 assists and 6 steals as well. The team statistics told the whole story as Fishers hit 65% of their shots compared to 23% for Chatard. The Tigers hit 10 more field goals than our Trojans. Lastly, our girls had 7 more turnovers than Fishers. All other stats were nearly identical. The Lady Trojans return to action in 2 days against 4A Pike completing a 3 games in 5 days stretch.
|The Lady Trojans came ready to play another 4A school. Continuing a troubling pattern, the Trojans were only able to score 3 points in the first quarter, but again played very good defense and held the Red Devils to 6 points. Unforced errors and the inability to hit free throws were the difference in the first half as our girls committed almost twice as many turnovers as Pike had in the whole game. Pike was held to a 25% shooting percentage in the first half which led to the halftime score being 13-8 at halftime. In the second half, the Trojans picked up the defensive pressure even more which resulted in a number of fast break opportunities. Our Trojans outscored Pike 12-10 in the 3rd quarter which left our girls down by 3 going into the 4th quarter. The pace in the last quarter was frenetic leading to many turnovers by both teams. The Red Devils hit seven free throws in the 4th quarter which wound up being the difference in the final margin for the game. The main team statistics which resulted in the difference for the game was the fact that our girls committed over four times the turnovers as Pike did. In addition, Pike had 19 offensive rebounds to our 4. Lastly, Pike had a better shooting percentage from both the FT line as well as the field.
BCHS was led in scoring by McKenzie Williams with 13 points while Beth Barnes and Audrey Jaeger had 7 each. Beth led the team with 9 rebounds while Audrey had 8, McKenzie had 5, Kate Bosley had 5 and Rachel Sullivan had 4 boards. Beth had 5 steals and Rachel had 2 blocked shots.
|The Lady Trojans came up against their 3rd straight 4A opponent tonight playing the Avon Orioles. The 1st quarter started with both team playing half-court zone defenses and both teams making a few big baskets. Our Trojans were down 9-5 at the end of the quarter. Reversing a trend throughout the year, the Trojans won the 2nd quarter and went into halftime down 14-11. In the 3rd quarter, our girls picked up the defensive pressure and scored a number of easy baskets after making some back-court steals. The 3rd quarter ended with Chatard down by 1 point at 21-20. In the 4th quarter, our Trojans increased the pressure even more going up by 3 points with a couple of minutes left in the game. At the end of the game our girls took care of the ball and wound up hitting a layup right at the end of the game resulting in the final margin which also was the largest lead either team had during the game.
BCHS was led in scoring by Beth Barnes with 13 points, Kate Bosley had 9, Rachel Sullivan had 3, Janie Gleaves and Hannah Milby had 2 each, and Katie Barnes had 1. Kate pulled down 7 rebounds while Rachel & Beth had 4 each and Janie had 3. Beth had 4 assists and 5 steals while Katie Barnes had 2 assists, 3 steals, and 7 blockouts. For the first time this year our Trojans shot better from the field than their opponent hitting 34% to Avon’s 26%. Our girls were outrebounded by a 26-20 margin, but the difference in the game was the fact that our Trojans had 14 steals to 1 for Avon.
|11/30/2015||Hamilton Southeastern||L 22-16||Recap|
|The Lady Trojans ventured to Hamilton County to play their 4th straight 4A opponent, the Lady Royals of Hamilton Southeastern. HSE has beaten Fishers twice this season already so the Trojans knew they were in for a difficult game. The 1st quarter started with HSE playing a “sagging” man to man defense and our girls did not execute their offense very well limiting the number of scoring opportunities. Meanwhile HSE was hitting almost 50% of their shots and jumped out to an 8-2 1st quarter lead. The 2nd quarter was much like the first with the Trojans playing very stingy defense limiting HSE to 14 first half points. However, our girls only had 4 points at halftime and hit less than 20% of our shots. In the 2nd, half the team increased defensive intensity and forced a number of turnovers which we were able to convert to some baskets. However, the 3rd quarter ended with our Trojans still trailing by 10 at 18-8. The 4th quarter saw a full court press employed by Chatard forcing a number of miscues by HSE. Unfortunately, we could not convert a number of opportunities and wound up losing by 6 following a last second 3 pointer by Katie Barnes.
BCHS was led in scoring by Audrey Jaeger with 6, Beth Barnes with 4, Katie Barnes with 3, Kate Bosley with 2 and McKenzie Williams with 1. Rebounding continues to be a nemesis for our girls with HSE outrebounding our girls by a 25-19 margin. Audrey had 6 boards, Kate and Katie had 3 each. Beth had 7 steals, Katie had 3 while McKenzie and Kate had 2 each. Shooting percentage hurt our girls again as HSE hit 39% of their shots to 20% for BCHS. We got to the line 13 times to 2 for HSE, but were only able to convert 3 of the free tosses.
|12/2/2015||Warren Central||W 27-25||Recap|
|The Lady Trojans faced their 5th straight 4A large school Wednesday night playing the Warren Central Lady Warriors. The Lady Trojans came out very aggressive while playing stingy defense to jump to a 9-7 lead after the first quarter. At the end of the first half, the Trojans were up 17-16 in what was obviously going to be a hard fought game. In the 3rd quarter, Warren made a run and went up by 4 points midway through the 3rd quarter, but the Trojans battled back and took the lead again leading by 1 point going into the 4th quarter. In the 4th quarter, both teams played intense defense and the final margin reflected the defensive intensity of the entire game.
The Trojans were led in scoring by Beth Barnes with 8 points, Janie Gleaves, Katie Barnes, and Audrey Jaeger had 4 points each. Rachel Sullivan and McKenzie Williams had 3 points while Hannah Milby had 1 point. Our “bigs” Rachel Sullivan and Janie Gleaves had 8 rebounds each while Katie and McKenzie had 5 caroms each. Beth had 3 assists and Audrey had 2. Katie had 4 steals while Beth and Audrey had 2 each. Rachel had another blocked shot bringing her season total to 8.
The Trojans out-rebounded the Warriors by a 32-16 margin. Both teams hit about the same percentage from the field and had identical 67% from the FT line. Our Trojans had 6 assists to 1 for Warren and we had 9 steals to zero for the Warriors.
|12/7/2015||Mt. Vernon||W 28-22||Recap|
|The Lady Trojans traveled to Hancock County to play the Marauders of Mt. Vernon. The game started off very well for our girls with our half court defense proving very difficult for Mt. Vernon to figure out. We forced many turnovers and converted those turnovers into a number of easy baskets. At the end of Q1, the score was 10-1 in favor of the Trojans. In the 2nd Quarter, the Marauders executed better on the offensive end of the floor, hit a 3 pointer and hit 4 of their 6 FTs. The Trojans could not hit their shots and Mt. Vernon reduced the lead to 4 points at halftime with a 12-8 margin. In the 3rd quarter, our girls raised the defensive pressure, but could not convert their steals into baskets. At the end of 3 Quarters the score was 16-12 in favor of the girls in Blue. The 4th quarter found Mt. Vernon increasing the defensive pressure and converting on the offensive end of the floor resulting in the Marauders going up by 1 point with a few minutes left in the game. Consistent with our girls’ past performance, our Trojans refused to give up. Our girls fought back and hit a couple of big baskets at crunch time while also employing intense defensive pressure scoring the last 7 points of the game leading to the final margin.
The Trojans were led in scoring by Rachel Sullivan with 13 points and 5 rebounds. Rachel has really improved her play this year and is starting to become a “force” on the inside. Beth Barnes had a very sold game scoring 9 points, grabbing 4 rebounds, dishing out 4 assists, making 9 steals, and blocking 3 shots. Janie Gleaves had 4 points and 8 rebounds. Audrey Jaeger had 2 points and 3 steals. McKenzie Williams played a solid game grabbing 5 rebounds. Kate Bosley had 6 rebounds and 1 assist. Abby Harkness, Katie Barnes, Hannah Milby, and Mary Ward played solid defense and all contributed to this big win.
|12/10/2015||Ben Davis||L 27-18||Recap|
|The Lady Trojans traveled to the westside to play the undefeated Lady Giants of Ben Davis. Our girls started off well, playing stifling defense and holding the explosive Giants to 2 points in the first quarter. However, our girls could only muster 3 points of our own leaving the Trojans with a 3-2 lead at the end of the 1st Quarter. The 2nd quarter saw more of the same for both teams. The Giants were getting more shots, but not converting due to intense pressure. At the end of the first half, the game was tied at 8-8 in a defensive battle. At halftime, Ben Davis made changes in both their offensive and defensive schemes leading to more open shots on the offensive end. The defensive end of the floor continued to be difficult for our girls to attack, but our Trojans scored almost as many points in the 3rd quarter as the entire 1st half resulting in the Giants leading by a 17-15 advantage. In the 4th quarter, the Giants hit a big 3 pointer and most of their foul shots. Our Trojans could not muster any field goals but had numerous opportunities at the FT line as both team’s “scrappy” play resulted in numerous fouls being called. The disparity in FT shooting (and lack of FG’s) culminated in the final margin. Ben Davis’ coach was very complimentary after the game as he said nobody had played his undefeated Giants more intensely this year.
Leading the Trojans in scoring was Beth Barnes with 7 points while Rachel Sullivan and Janie Gleaves chipped in with 3 each. Beth had 2 assists and 2 steals. Audrey Jaeger had 2 steals as well. Leading rebounders were Rachel with 7, Kate Bosley with 6, Beth with 5, and McKenzie Williams with 4. Abby Harkness had a huge rebound in the 3rd quarter when she blocked out a much bigger and stronger “Giant”, got the rebound and was fouled with an over the back call. This was the kind of effort every girl gave this evening.
The difference in the game was turnovers as our Trojans again had over twice the number of turnovers that Ben Davis had. This resulted in Ben Davis having twice as many shots as the Trojans, however, their shooting percentage was only 19% while the Trojans hit 32% from the field. Both teams hit 40% of their FT’s with the Trojans taking almost twice as many FT’s. Rebounding was about even as were the number of fouls whistled. We discussed the fact that there are no moral victories in sports, but that we could leave Ben Davis’ gym with our heads held high as we played with lots of grit, fight, and determination. The Trojans play next in the Freshman Shootout this Saturday.
|12/12/2015||BCHS Freshman Shootout
|The Lady Trojans (aka the “Cardiac Kids”) were excited to host their annual Freshmen Shootout on Saturday December 12th. Our girls faced Noblesville in the morning game.
The game started with both teams playing stifling defense leading to the first quarter ending with Chatard leading by a 5-2 margin. The 2nd quarter found Noblesville unable to convert any FG’s due in large part to having a hand in their face on every shot taken. They did make 1 FT while our girls were able to score more frequently. The Trojans led 13-3 at halftime, but heard during the halftime break that they needed to “finish” this game to be able to play in the Championship game. The 3rd quarter found Noblesville utilizing a full court press to try and get back in the game. The 3rd quarter ended with our Trojans leading by 12 points. In the 4th quarter, our girls led by as many as 16 points and unfortunately we got “comfortable”. Noblesville exploited the situation and started to make a furious comeback which ultimately resulted in them scoring 18 points in the 4th quarter. The Trojans withstood the charge by the Millers and ultimately prevailed by the final 3 point margin.
Leading the Trojans in scoring with her best game of the year was Audrey Jaeger with 8 points. Audrey also had 11 rebounds, 1 assist, and 1 steal. Beth Barnes and Rachel Sullivan had 5 points each. McKenzie Williams also had her best game of the year and scored 4 points and had 10 important rebounds, 1 assist, and 2 steals. Janie Gleaves finished out the scoring with 3 points. Leading rebounders after Audrey and Kenzie were Rachel with 6, Beth with 4, Janie with 3, Katie Barnes & Abby Harkness with 2 boards each while Hannah Milby had a big rebound as well. Rachel had 4 blocked shots and Beth had 2.
This game was won at the FT line with the Trojans hitting 3 more FT’s than Noblesville as well as a higher percentage. The taller Trojans owned the boards by a 39 – 24 margin. Lastly, Bishop Chatard had 12 steals to 1 for the Lady Millers. By winning, the Trojans earned the opportunity to defend their Shootout title against the Pioneers of Mooresville.
|12/12/2015||BCHS Freshman Shootout vs
|The Lady Trojans (aka the “Cardiac Kids”) rested between games and were set to face their 8th 4A opponent of the year in the Championship game of the annual BCHS Shootout which is the culmination of the 1st half of the Lady Trojans year. This was a rematch of last year’s final game against the Pioneers who are a traditional powerhouse in girls basketball. The Pioneers beat a very talented Center Grove team in the morning game while Bishop Chatard was able to withstand a late game rally by Noblesville to earn the right to play Mooresville.
The game started with the Trojans making many big defensive plays and converting those steals into easy baskets. Our girls jumped out to an early 10-0 lead before the Pioneers scored their first points of the game. The 1st Quarter ended with Chatard leading by a 10-3 margin. The 2nd quarter saw a continuation of Bishop Chatard’s stifling defense negating the dribble penetration of Mooresville and scoring 11 points to only 4 by Mooresville. The first half ended with the Trojans ahead by a 21-7 margin.
At halftime, the Trojans were reminded that Mooresville is known to be a “no quit” tenacious opponent and to expect them to make a run in the 2nd half. Just like the 1st game of the day our girls were up by 16 points at one point in the 3rd quarter, but finished the 3rd quarter leading by a 26-12 margin. Just like predicted in the locker room, at halftime Mooresville made a big run in the 4th quarter to cut the margin by as few as 4 points late in the 4th quarter. The 16 point lead proved too large a deficit to overcome and our Trojans won the Shootout for the 2nd year in a row.
The Trojans were led in scoring by Beth Barnes with 12, Audrey Jaeger & Janie Gleaves with 6, Rachel Sullivan with 4, Katie Barnes & Kenzie Williams with 2 each. Our “bigs” were a difference in this game as Janie had 10 rebounds, Rachel & Kenzie both had 6 boards. Beth had 4 rebounds, Audrey and Hannah Milby had 3 each, while Katie & Abby Harkness had 2 caroms each. Beth had 3 assists while Audrey and Kenzie had 1 each. Beth and Katie had 4 steals each. Katie had a huge defensive stop in the latter stages of the game shutting down Mooresville’s best player on 2 successive possessions. Rachel had 2 blocked shots bringing her season total to 17. Beth also had a blocked shot. Invictus Weaver and Mary Ward played excellent defense and contributed to this total team win.
From a team statistic perspective, the Trojans held Mooresville to 22% FG percentage while hitting 38% of our shots. The other telling statistics had the Trojans scoring 6 more points than Mooresville from the FT line. Also, the Trojans had 36 rebounds to 20 for the Pioneers. This shootout championship was all the more impressive considering the fact that the Trojans were playing without one of their key players, Kate Bosley, who was out with an injury.
After the game, the Lady Trojans were all smiles accepting the large rotating trophy after singing the school song to the crowd assembled. Also, Varsity Head Coach, Katie Fisher, talked with the Lady Trojans in the locker room congratulating the Freshmen girls on an outstanding Shootout championship. The girls were treated to Coach David Schnieders breaking out his trusty harmonica in the locker room for a celebratory instrumental which has been a tradition for the Freshmen Lady Trojans anytime they win a big tournament. After singing the school song loudly in the locker room one last time, the girls left still taking turns clutching the championship trophy. Congratulation Girls!
|The Lady Trojans met their archrival Cathedral in their annual pre-Christmas game which traditionally culminates the first half of the season. The game started with both teams gathered at mid-court for a prayer for everyone at Cathedral due to the tragic circumstances of the past week.
The game started with both teams playing aggressively on the defensive end of the floor. The 1st quarter ended with the Trojans up by 1 point. The 2nd quarter was more of the same, however the Trojans were already in foul trouble with 3 girls being whistled for 2 fouls each thus limiting their minutes. The 1st half ended with the Trojans leading by a 15-13 score. The 2nd half was more of the same with both teams forcing turnovers and both teams struggling from the field due to intense defensive pressure exerted by both teams. The 3rd quarter ended with our Trojans up by 2 points. The 4th quarter found the Trojans getting in foul trouble with both of our starting guards sitting on the bench at various times due to foul trouble. Eventually, one of the starting Trojan guards fouled out of the game. Meanwhile, the Lady Irish were sent to the free throw line repeatedly down the stretch and hit a very high percentage of their FT’s. Based on this FT advantage, Cathedral made a strong run in the fourth quarter and won the game by the final 6 point margin after converting an easy layup at the end of the game due to our Trojans taking chances to try and make a steal to even up the score.
Leading the Trojans in scoring was Rachel Sullivan with 9 points. Kate Bosley and Audrey Jaeger had 6 points each while Janie Gleaves had 3. Janie had 10 rebounds, Kate had 7 and Katie Barnes had 6 boards. Rachel had 4 rebounds while Beth Barnes had 2 boards, 4 assists, 5 steals and 2 blocked shots. Abby Harkness had 2 big rebounds as well. Rachel also had 4 assists and 3 blocked shots. Janie and Katie had 2 steals each while Hannah Milby and Audrey had 1 steal each.
Both teams hit 24% of their field goal attempts with our Trojans hitting 1 more FG due to more offensive rebounds resulting in more FG attempts. However, Cathedral hit 9 more Free Throws and hit 68% of their free tosses. Chatard had 9 more rebounds than Cathedral, 5 more assists, 11 more steals, and 6 more blocked shots. The Trojans committed 6 more turnovers than Cathedral, but with this exception won every statistical category in the game except for free throws made and attempted.
|12/23/2015||Cardinal Ritter||W 27-24||Recap|
|The Lady Trojans played another Archdiocesan rival in this pre-Christmas game. The game started with both teams playing well on the defensive end and having trouble on the offensive ends of the floor. Our Trojans were up by a 5-2 margin at the end of the 1st quarter. The 2nd quarter pace quickened with both teams committing a few fouls putting each team at the FT line with both teams struggling to convert FT’s. Halftime found our girls up by a 12-8 margin. At halftime, our girls were reminded to “run the floor” and make use of fast break opportunities. The 3rd quarter found both teams struggling to hit outside shots and making unforced errors. At the end of the 3rd quarter, the Trojans were up by a 20-16 margin. In the 4th quarter, the Raiders made a frenetic run by hitting a pair of 3 pointers and eventually took a 2 point lead. The Trojans refused to give in to the pressure and attacked the basket relentlessly resulting in a number of fouls by the Raiders and many opportunities at the FT line. Audrey Jaeger hit a couple of big FT’s putting the Trojans up for good with less than 2 minutes left in the game. The Trojans withstood 4 possessions by the Raiders late in the game to pull out a hard fought victory.
Leading the Lady Trojans in scoring were Audrey and Beth Barnes with 9 points each. Rachel Sullivan had 7 points and Janie Gleaves had 2 points. In the locker room after the game, Coach Schnieders named Beth as “Chevrolet player of the game” due partially to her scoring as well as the fact that she had 9 steals, 3 rebounds, and 2 assists while facing constant focused pressure by the Raiders. Rachel was in close running for “player of the game” due to her scoring in conjunction with 10 rebounds, 1 assist, and 1 blocked shot. Other leading rebounders were Kate Bosley and Janie with 5 each, Katie Barnes and Audrey had 4 each, McKenzie Williams had 2 boards, while Abby Harkness and Mary Ward had 1 carom each. Kate had 2 assists while Katie and Audrey had 1 steal each. Invictus Weaver and Hannah Milby played aggressively.
Statistically, this game was much more lopsided than the final score. Our Trojans had 50% more rebounds than Ritter, 2 more assists, 11 more steals, and 9 more FT’s made. The Raiders hit 10% more FG’s than did our Trojans with 2 of them being 3 pointers.
The Lady Trojans are off now until after the first of the year playing again on Jan. 2nd against Franklin Central.
|1/2/2016||Franklin Central||L 29-18||Recap|
|The Lady Trojans came out of an extended Christmas break playing at another 4A school, Franklin Central. The Trojans came out playing aggressive defense holding the Flashes to two 1st quarter points. The score was 6-2 at the end of the 1st quarter. Both teams continued playing strong defense in the 2nd quarter resulting in the Trojans leading 10-4 at halftime. Coming out of halftime, both teams continued playing strong defense and struggled on the offensive end of the floor. The 3rd quarter ended with Chatard holding a slim 13-10 lead. In the 4th quarter, the Flashes hit a couple of big 3 pointers and picked up the intensity on the defensive making a strong 12-0 run leading to the final margin of victory.
Leading the Trojans statistically was Janie Gleaves with 7 points and 10 rebounds. Beth Barnes had 4 points, Hannah Milby had 3 points, Invictus Weaver and Kate Bosley had 2 points each. Kate had 5 rebounds, Rachel Sullivan had 4 boards, while Invictus, Beth, and Abby Harkness had 3 rebounds each. Beth had 8 steals while Abby, Invictus, Hannah, Rachel, Mary Ward, Audrey Jaeger, and Katie Barnes had 1 steal each.
The Trojans led every statistical category except the most important statistic, namely field goal percentage. The Flashes hit more than twice the percentage of field goals that our girls did. Our girls had 50% more rebounds compared to Franklin Central as well as over three times the number of steals.
|The Lady Trojans met another 4A opponent playing the Shamrocks from Westfield HS. Our girls came out very determined and jumped out to a 7-0 1st quarter lead. In the 2nd quarter, Bishop Chatard continued playing stifling defense resulting in a number of steals which were converted to easy layups. The halftime score was 15-4 in favor of the Trojans. Coming out after halftime, the Trojans were determined to not let the Rocks back into the game resulting in a 29-5 lead at the end of 3 quarters. In the 4th quarter, our girls maintained the intensity on both ends of the floor resulting in the final 31-13 margin.
Leading the Trojans in scoring was Beth Barnes with 14 points. Janie Gleaves had 5 points, Audrey Jaeger and Rachel Sullivan had 4 points each, while Hannah Milby and Kate Bosley had 2 points each. Janie had 8 rebounds, Kate had 5 boards, Rachel had 4 rebounds, Audrey had 3 boards, while Mary Ward and Beth Barnes had 2 rebounds each. Beth had 5 steals, with Audrey, Mary, and Katie Barnes securing 1 steal each. Beth had 3 assists with Katie and Hannah dishing out 1 each. Kate and Beth each had a blocked shot.
The Trojans hit 40% of their field goals while holding Westfield to a season low of 7%. All the other team stats were pretty even except for fouls which had Bishop Chatard committing 70% more fouls than the Rocks resulting in Westfield going to the FT line a season high 22 times. This was by far and away the best defensive game our girls have played all year.
|Our Lady Trojans played their 12th 4A opponent of the year in this back-to-back game. The game started with Chatard jumping out to an early lead and playing what has become very stingy defense. At the end of the 1st quarter, the Trojans were ahead of the Eagles by a 7-2 margin. The 2nd quarter saw the Trojans playing one of their best defensive quarters of the season by holding Zionsville scoreless while scoring 6 points on the offensive end resulting in a 13-2 score at halftime. In the 3rd quarter, Zionsville played much more aggressively on the offensive end of the floor and reduced the deficit to a 17-12 margin. The 4th quarter found the Eagles taking many desperation chances on the defensive end of the floor resulting in some easy buckets for the Trojans. The final score reflected how well both teams played on the defensive end of the floor for the entire game.
The Trojans were led in scoring by Beth Barnes with 8 points, Audrey Jaeger with 7 points, Janie Gleaves with 4 points and Rachel Sullivan & Kate Bosley with 2 points each. Janie led the team in rebounding with 7 boards, Audrey had 6, Rachel had 5, Invictus Weaver had 2 while Katie Barnes and Kate had 1 carom each. Beth had 3 assists, with each of the “Bigs” (Janie, Rachel, & Kate) contributing 1 assist each. Beth had 6 big steals, Audrey playing one of her best games of the year had 5 steals, and Katie had 3.
In terms of team statistics the Trojans hit 37% of their FG’s compared to 21% for the Eagles. In a rare occurrence for the year, Chatard was outrebounded by 4 boards, but the Trojans had 6 more steals than the Eagles.
|1/11/2016||Lawrence North||L 38-23||Recap|
|The Lady Trojans faced another 4A opponent on this Monday night game at our gym playing Lawrence North. LN jumped out to an early big lead by pushing the ball up the floor, forcing turnovers, and hitting outside shots with excellent guard play. At the end of the 1st quarter, LN was leading by a 13 – 3 margin. In the 2nd quarter, the Trojans picked up the defensive intensity and did a better job getting good looks on the offensive end of the floor resulting in the Trojans cutting the lead at halftime to an 8 point deficit. In the 3rd quarter, LN came out with lots of energy and outstanding guard play resulting in the Wildcats jumping out to an insurmountable 34 – 14 lead at the end of the 3rd quarter. In the final stanza, the Trojans played more aggressively on both ends of the floor resulting in the final margin.
Leading the Lady Trojans in scoring was Kate Bosley with 6 points, Audrey Jaeger, Janie Gleaves, and Rachel Sullivan with 4 points. Hannah Milby had a 3 pointer and Beth Barnes had 2 points. Janie and Kate had 5 rebounds each, Rachel had 4 boards, Katie Barnes had 3 rebounds, while Audrey, Beth, and Mary Ward had 2 boards each. Beth had 3 assists, Janie and Katie had 1 each.
In the team statistics, for one of the few times this year the Trojans were outrebounded by a wide 50% margin. LN took 8 more shots and hit a higher percentage from the floor. All other stats were essentially even.
|The Lady Trojans traveled on this Thursday night to their southside rival Roncalli to play a boy – girl doubleheader against the Rebels. Our Trojans came out aggressively attacking the basket and jumped out to an early 5 point lead. The Rebels started hitting some big outside buckets and made a big run leading to an 11 – 6 lead by the Rebels at the end of the 1st quarter. In the 2nd quarter, Roncalli continued hitting big outside shots resulting in the Rebels leading by 10 points at halftime. In the 3rd quarter, our Trojans made a strong run and reduced the deficit to 5 points with a couple of minutes left in the 3rd quarter. However, Roncalli answered with a run of their own resulting in Roncalli leading by a 32 -23 margin at the end of the 3rd stanza. In the 4th quarter, the Trojans took lots of chances resulting in some easy baskets for Roncalli as well as a number of free throws for the Rebels. The final margin did not reflect the competitiveness of the game.
For the game, Beth Barnes led the Trojans in scoring with 9 points, Audrey Jaeger had 6 points, Rachel Sullivan and Janie Gleaves had 4 points each, and Kate Bosley had 2 points. Beth and Janie had 4 rebounds each, Rachel, Kate and Audrey had 3 boards each, while Katie Barnes and Mary Ward had 1 carom each. Audrey had 3 assists and 2 steals. Katie had 1 steal, Kate had 1 assist, Janie had 2 steals, and 1 blocked shot. Beth had 2 assists and 2 steals. Rachel had 1 steal.
Both teams hit over 40% of their shots, but Roncall hit 3 more 3 point baskets. Roncalli went to the FT line 13 more times than our girls and hit 11 more FT’s. In all other statistical categories the teams were pretty even except in turnovers where our Trojans committed more than twice the turnovers than Roncalli did.
|On a cold blustery night, the Lady Trojans welcomed the Noblesville Lady Millers for a rematch to their game played during the Freshmen Shootout. The Millers had a starter back who was missing in the first game. The first quarter had Noblesville jumping out to an early lead and playing very good defense resulting in the Millers leading by an 8-3 margin at the end of the 1st quarter. The 2nd quarter found both teams playing pretty evenly resulting in Noblesville carrying their 5 point lead into halftime. In the 3rd quarter, Noblesville again forced a number of turnovers and hit their outside shots. The 3rd quarter ended with Noblesville leading by 8 points. In the 4th quarter, our Trojans made a valiant run, but were not able to overcome the lead Noblesville had built resulting in the final margin of 5 points.
Beth Barnes led the Trojans in scoring with a season high of 15 points. Audrey Jaeger had 8 points, while Hannah Milby and Mary Ward had 2 points each. Beth played an overall excellent game collecting 6 rebounds, 8 steals, 1 blocked shot, and 2 assists. Janie Gleaves had 6 rebounds, Katie Barnes had 4 boards, Audrey had 2 boards, while Rachel Sullivan, Hannah, and Abby Harkness had 1 rebound each. Katie had 3 steals and 1 blocked shot. Audrey and Kate Bosley had 1 assist each. Audrey, Janie, and Mary all had 1 steal each.
The statistics were very even in shooting percentages with Noblesville hitting 2 more FG’s and 1 more FT. The Millers had almost twice the number of rebounds that our Trojans had. The other telling statistic was the fact that our Trojans had 14 steals to only 3 for the Millers.
| On another cold, snow covered Saturday, the Lady Trojans traveled to another large 4A school, Carmel to face the Lady Greyhounds. The Trojans started as cold as the outside temperature and could only muster 2 points in the first quarter. Meanwhile, Carmel hit a large percentage of their shots and jumped out to a 10-2 lead at the end of the first quarter. The 2nd quarter had both teams scoring identically to Q1 resulting in Carmel going into the halftime up by a 20-4 score. Even though the scoreboard had our girls down by a wide margin, the coaching staff was not displeased with the effort level or the play in the first half. This Carmel team is undoubtedly the best team our girls faced all year and our play was good in spite of multiple defensive sets employed by the Greyhounds. Our girls displayed good patience on offense and committed a season low number of turnovers. The 2nd half had Carmel winning by a 5 point margin resulting in the final game score. At the end of the game, the girls and coaches talked about this being one of our better efforts during the year and that our play was indeed improving.
Leading the Trojans in scoring were Audrey Jaeger with 9 points and Janie Gleaves with 8. Audrey had 7 rebounds, Janie had 6, Rachel Sullivan had 5, Kate Bosley had 3, Katie Barnes had 2 and Beth Barnes had 1 board. Beth had 3 blocked shots and Rachel had 1. Kate and Beth both had an assist. Katie had 2 steals, Kate and Beth had 1 each.
The team statistics showed Carmel hit 36% of their field goal attempts while our Trojans hit half that percentage. Most other statistics were pretty even except for assists and turnovers where Carmel had 10 assists to 2 for our girls and we had 17 turnovers to 4 for the Greyhounds.
|1/27/2016||Beech Grove||W 32-25||Recap|
|The Lady Trojans traveled to the Southeastside of Indy to take on the Beech Grove Hornets. Rather than a Freshman team, Beech Grove fielded a “C” team with multiple players beyond their Freshman year. The Hornets came out playing man to man defense, but quickly changed it to a 2-3 zone after our Trojans scored a few easy buckets. Our girls jumped out to a 10-6 lead at the end of the first quarter. In the 2nd quarter, the Trojans continued to push the ball for some easy layups and continued to play intense full court defense which led to Chatard holding a comfortable 18-10 lead at halftime. In the 3rd quarter, the Trojans continued to hit some big shots and held the Hornets to 6 points in the quarter. At the end of 3 quarters, Chatard held a 28-16 advantage. In the 4th quarter, the Trojans were never challenged in terms of the outcome and won the game by the final 32-25 margin.
Leading the team in scoring was Rachel Sullivan and Audrey Jaeger with 8 points each. Beth Barnes had 6 points. Hannah Milby and Mary Ward each hit a 3 point basket. Abby Harkness, and Kate Bosley, had 2 points each. Kate had 12 big rebounds (a season high) in the game while Audrey and Janie Gleaves had 4 boards each. Katie Barnes and her cousin Beth had 2 rebounds each. Beth dished out 10 assists, which was a season high, and had 6 steals. Kate had 1 assist and 1 steal. Hannah, Katie, and Audrey all had 1 steal each. Rachel Sullivan had a blocked shot.
From a team statistical perspective the Trojans hit 38% of their FG’s to 30% for Beech Grove. The Hornets hit a couple of FT’s to zero for Chatard. Rebounds were about even, but our Trojans had twice as many assists and steals as the Hornets.
|1/30/2016||City Invitational Tournament
The Lady Trojans came into their annual season ending City Invitational Tournament excited about playing their northside rival Cathedral in the first game.
Cathedral came out playing a “box and 1” which totally took our Trojans out of sync on the offensive end of the floor. Cathedral jumped out to a 6-0 early lead resulting in Chatard calling a timeout to try and stop the bleeding. Our girls did start to hit a couple of shots, but by the end of the 1st quarter Cathedral was up by a 13-5 margin. In the 2nd quarter, Cathedral continued to stick with their game plan denying our point guard the ball and totally disrupting our play. At halftime, the score was 25-9. The 2nd half saw our girls reacting better to the box and 1, but still not able to score very well nor hold the Irish on the defensive end. The final margin did not reflect the competitiveness of the game, but did reflect the frustration that our girls experienced during the game.
Leading the Trojans in scoring was Mary Ward and Kate Bosley with 4 points each. Hannah Milby hit a 3 point basket. Janie Gleaves, Rachel Sullivan and Audrey Jaeger had 2 points each. Beth Barnes was held to a single FT. Janie had 8 rebounds, Beth had 5, Kate had 3 boards. Hannah, Katie Barnes, and Audrey had 2 rebounds each. Mary Ward and Invictus Weaver also had 1 board each. Kate had 2 assists, Hannah and Audrey had 1 assist each. Audrey had 3 steals while Beth and Kate had 2 steals each with Janie also stealing 1 pass. Katie and Rachel had 2 blocked shots each with Beth adding 1.
The team statistics told the story of the game. Cathedral had 9 more field goal attempts and hit 10% more than Chatard. Cathedral took 13 more free throws and hit 10 more than our Trojans. The Irish had 9 more rebounds and only had 10 turnovers compared to 24 for our Trojans. Lastly, our girls had 8 more fouls than Cathedral did.
|1/30/2016||City Invitational Tournament
vs Cardinal Ritter
| Our Lady Trojans entered the Consolation game ready to take out their frustrations from the first game. Bishop Chatard started out very aggressive on both the offensive and defensive ends of the floor jumping out to an early lead eventually leading by a 15-8 margin at the end of the first quarter. Our girls continued their level of play in the 2nd quarter pushing the ball down the floor and entered the halftime leading by a 24-15 score. In the 2nd half, both teams played evenly, but Bishop Chatard continued to expand the lead eventually culminating in the final 37-25 margin. Throughout the game the Trojans mixed up defenses resulting in the Raiders committing turnovers or not getting good shots. The 37 points scored by our girls was a season high.
Our leading scorer for the game (and season) was Beth Barnes with 14 points. Audrey Jaeger added 8 points. Kate Bosley had 6 points, Janie Gleaves had 4 points, Hannah Milby hit another 3 point basket while Rachel Sullivan had 2 points. Kate had 9 rebounds, while Janie had 6, Beth had 5, Audrey had 2 and Invictus Weaver, Abby Harkness, Hannah, Mary Ward, and Rachel had 1 board each. Beth, Kate, and Audrey had 2 assists each. Katie Barnes and Rachel had 1 assist each. Audrey led the team in steals with 3 while Katie and Hannah had 2 steals each. Janie also had a steal. Beth, Katie, and Audrey had 1 blocked shot each.
From a team perspective the Trojans hit 40% of their field goals compared to 23% for Ritter. Ritter hit 40% of their FT’s compared to 20% for Chatard. Rebounds were approximately even. Bishop Chatard had more than twice the assists Ritter had and 3 times the steals that the Raiders had.
|11/19/2015||Mt. Vernon Scrimmage|
|12/8/2015||Scecina Memorial||W 67-24||Recap|
|Sam Guymon led the way with 24 pts and 6 rebounds.|
|12/11/2015||Heritage Christian||W 46-37||Recap|
|Sam Guymon 15 pts 8 rebs, Jared Penry 11 pts 8 rebs, Will Kellison 9 pts 14 rebs|
|Sam Guymon 21 pts, Justin Hensley 13|
|Sam Guymon 30 pts, Justin Hensley 18 pts.|
|12/29-30||South Ripley Holiday Tourney
vs East Central
vs Oldenburg Acad.
|Justin Hensley hits 3 pointer at the buzzer in the game vs Oldenburg Academy for the win, to send the Trojans into the championship game. Trojans finish 2nd in South Ripley Holiday Tournament with the loss to Greenfield Central. Jared Penry leads in scoring with 16 points.|
|McGinnis & Kellison 16 points each.|
|1/6/2016||Covenant Christian||W 42-41||Recap|
|Justin Hensley with 2 clutch FTs with 1.4 to go to seal it.|
|1/8/2016||Guerin Catholic||L 70-43||Recap|
|Sam Guymon 15 points and 7 rebbounds|
|Guymon 16, Penry 13, McGinnis 12|
|Sam Guymon 23 points|
|Will Kellison 12 pts, 15 reb, 10 assists|
|1/19/2016||City Tourney-2nd round
vs Covenant Christian
|L 54-51 (OT)||Recap|
|Sam Guymon & Jared Penry 17 pts each|
|1/27/2016||Broad Ripple||W 72-44||Recap|
|Max McGinnis 18 pts, Jared Penry 14 pts|
|Sam Guymon 18 pts|
|2/9/2016||Indy Metropolitan||W 85-49||Recap|
|Jared Penry 20 pts.|
|2/12/2016||Oldenburg Academy||W 70-59||Recap|
|Sam Guymon 32, Will Kellison 19|
|2/17/2016||Cardinal Ritter||L 45-40||Recap|
|Sam Guymon 20 pts|
|2/19/2016||Park Tudor||L 70-56||Recap|
|Justin Hensley 23 pts|
BCHS vs Brebeuf
|11/19/2015||Mt. Vernon Scrimmage|
|12/8/2015||Scecina Memorial||W 50-33|
|12/11/2015||Heritage Christian||W 53-42|
|12/29-30||South Ripley Holiday Tourney
vs East Central
vs Oldenburg Acad.
vs South Ripley
|JV takes 3rd place in South Ripley Holiday Tournament.|
|1/6/2016||Covenant Christian||W 55-42|
|1/7/2016||Guerin Catholic||Rescheduled to Feb. 15|
|1/18/2016||City Tournament-1st round||Bye|
|1/19/2016||City Tournament-2nd round
vs Covenant Christian
|Trojans advance in City to take on Cathedral Thursday at 6:00.|
|1/21/2016||City Tournament-3rd round
|L 53-51 (2 OT)|
|1/27/2016||Broad Ripple||W 64-48|
|1/28/2016||Brebeuf Jesuit||L 47-35|
|2/9/2016||Indy Metropolitan||W 61-34|
|2/12/2016||Oldenburg Academy||W 58-30|
|2/15/2016||Guerin Catholic||L 64-48|
|2/17/2016||Cardinal Ritter||L 49-41|
|2/19/2016||Park Tudor||W 60-45|
|12/5/2015||Heritage Christian||Moved to Feb. 13|
|12/10/2015||Ben Davis||L 58-44||Recap|
|Unable to get stops on the defensive end, secure loose balls, and control the boards, the Trojans were defeated by Ben Davis. The Giants extended their 29-23 halftime lead in the third quarter. Bishop Chatard looks to get back on track as they host the Freshmen Shootout on Saturday.|
|12/12/2015||BCHS Freshman Shootout
Covenant Christian, Lutheran, Park Tudor
|12/12/2015||BCHS Freshman Shootout
vs Covenant Christian
|The host Trojans took the first game of the BCHS Freshmen Shootout 64-26 over Covenant Christian. Despite multiple first half turnovers, BC was able to hold the Warriors to nine first half points. The balanced offensive attack of the Trojans notched 11 players in the scoring column, three with double digits.|
|12/12/2015||BCHS Freshman Shootout
vs Park Tudor
|The Trojans dismantled the Panther 2-3 zone after some early struggles to rise to victory in the championship game of the BCHS Freshmen Shootout. The vision and unselfishness across the board led to 19 points from Jack Kassenbrock and 10 points from Drew Payne. Bishop Chatard is back in action Monday at home versus Arsenal Tech as these student-athletes look for success inside and out of the classroom during final exam week.|
|12/14/2015||Arsenal Tech||W 48-36||Recap|
|The freshmen Trojans pulled away in the second half after leading at the break 20-17. A strong defensive effort from Eric Osborn and John Marsella partnered with the balanced offensive attack from Jack Kassenbrock (14 points), Ozioma Osuji (10 points), and Mitchell Ayers (9 points) helped Bishop Chatard in victory. Finals week continues as the squad prepares for Lawrence Central Thursday night.|
|12/17/2015||Lawrence Central||L 50-33||Recap|
|29 turnovers total through the “A” and “B” games along with missed layups, poor transition defense, and the inability to stay in front as a defender cost the Trojans a victory Thursday night. Bishop Chatard looks to get back on track against rival Cathedral Saturday morning before beginning a two week layoff for Christmas Break.|
|Despite playing the first half to a 26-26 tie, the Trojans were out hustled in the third quarter and trailed 29-40. With a valiant comeback and superb outside shooting, Bishop Chatard narrowed the gap but could not get closer than the final margin. Mitchell Ayers had 20 and Ozioma Osuji and Cooper Lewis notched 12 each in the scoring column.|
|After a slow start, the Trojans open up a lead in the second half. A balanced scoring attack used Lutheran turnovers that led directly to transition points for Bishop Chatard. Greg Oldiges and Ozioma Osuji had 11 points each and Mitchell Ayers had 10.|
|1/9/2016||North Central||L 50-36||Recap|
|Unable to stop the Panthers in transition, Bishop Chatard found themselves trailing throughout the second half. A disciplined North Central team knocked down free throws and dominated the boards.|
|A balanced game on the offensive end and improvements in the areas of defense and rebounding saw the Trojans extend their 23-12 halftime lead to 38-22 at the end of three quarters over the Northwest Space Pioneers. Jack Kassenbrock had 11 first half points as eight of the 14 Trojans got into the scoring column.|
|1/14/2016||Roncalli||L 50-46 (OT)||Recap|
|After trailing by seven through three quarters of play, the Trojans rallied using consecutive defensive stops to close the gap and tie the game at 42 at the end of regulation. Foul trouble plagued Bishop Chatard as two starters fouled out and Roncallli went 8-10 from the free throw line in overtime. Mitchell Ayers had 19 and Cooper Lewis added 11 in the loss.|
|1/18/2016||Brebeuf Jesuit||L 43-41||Recap|
|The host Trojans relinquished a six point halftime lead with another slow third quarter to fall to the Brebeuf Jesuit Braves. Mitchell Ayers had 15, Jack Kassenbrock 12, and Cooper Lewis 8 to lead Bishop Chatard offensively.|
|1/21/2016||Broad Ripple||W 42-19||Recap|
|Eleven different Trojans made a mark in the scoring column as they built and maintained an early lead. Bishop Chatard showed a better defensive effort as they held Broad Ripple to only three made field goals.|
|1/25/2016||Guerin Catholic||L 52-38||Recap|
|The Trojans defeated themselves in going 6-17 from the free throw stripe and making 15 turnovers in 24 minutes. Guerin Catholic was able to control the pace of play and own the offensive rebounds accounting for 12 of their 52 points.|
|1/28/2016||Lawrence North||L 53-28||Recap|
|Unable to get stops on the defensive end, the Trojans lost a tough one against the Wildcats. Offensively, Bishop Chatard showed growth and patience in their attack.|
|2/4/2016||Scecina Memorial||L 50-31|
|2/8/2016||Cardinal Ritter||L 36-34||Recap|
|After another slow start, Bishop Chatard trailed 10-4 at the end of one period of play and 16-8 at halftime. Surviving a barrage of three pointers to put them down 27-10 early in the third quarter, the Trojans mounted a comeback. Ignited by defense, the transition offense brought BCHS back into the game with a chance to win in the closing moments.|
|2/10/2016||New Castle||W 49-41||Recap|
|Bishop Chatard defended their home floor with a 49 to 41 victory over New Castle. Led by their defense and a balanced scoring attack, the host Trojans took an early 19-10 lead through one quarter of play. Despite allowing New Castle to tie the game at 36 in the third quarter, BCHS came out disciplined and aggressive in the fourth, finishing the game on a 13-5 run. Mitchell Ayers had 15 points, Cooper Lewis 9, Drew Murray 7, John Marsella 6, and Jack Kassenbrock 6 to lead Bishop Chatard in scoring.|
|2/13/2015||Heritage Christian||W 38-7||Recap|
|The Trojans jumped out to an early 14-0 lead before cruising to the 38-7 victory. All 15 guys contributed to the defensive lockdown and the scoring was lead by Jack Kassenbrock with 10, Greg Oldiges with 9, and John Marsella with 7. Bishop Chatard looks to take their show on the road through the City Tournament beginning Thursday at Tindley.|
BCHS vs Tindley
|A strong start by Mitchell Ayers (12 first quarter points) and stifling defense helped the Trojans build a 24-12 lead by halftime. Withstanding a comeback from Tindley, Bishop Chatard closed out the game at the free throw line, finishing 19/26 (73%) from the charity stripe. Eric Osborn had a season high 9 points and Cooper Lewis contributed 8 points and three steals despite not hitting a three pointer.|
|2/20||City Tourney Semi-Final
|Dec. 18||Zionsville||L 2-3|
|Jan. 8||Bloomington||W 6-3|
|Jan. 10||Hamilton Southeastern||W 4-1|
|Jan. 15||MLK Tourney|
|Jan. 18||Carroll||L 0-3|
|Jan. 18||South Bend Adams||W 5-1|
|Jan. 18||Ft. Wayne Summit||W 4-3|
|Jan. 22||South Bend Tourney||Lakeshore, MI: W 5-3
Glenbrook N, IL: L 1-5/L 2-5
Penn: W 6-3
|Jan. 29||Bloomington||Tie 3-3|
|Jan. 30||Perry||W 4-2|
|Feb. 5||Carmel Gold||L 0-4|
|Feb. 6||Zionsville||L 5-7|
|Feb. 7||Westfield||L 3-5|
|Feb. 12||Columbus||L 2-4|
|Feb. 13||Columbus||L 3-4|
|Feb. 19||Tournament||Westfield: W 5-4
Carmel Gold: L 3-4
South Stars 1: W 5-1
|Mar. 4||Fort Wayne Tourney|
|Mar. 12||State Championship|
Congratulations to the BCHS Class of 2018, as 22 students have signed to continue playing sports at the college level. View the list of student-athletes
Congratulations to the BCHS boys golf team. They placed third in sectionals with a team score of 322 to advance to Regional play on June 7. There the team placed 8th with a team score of 329. The top 5 individual golfers not advancing with a team go on to play in the state tourney.
Matthew Semler advanced to the state tourney with a score of 76. He will play on June 12 and June 13 at Prairie View Golf Club in Carmel. Good luck Matthew!
In the photo, Matt (center) is congratulated by teammates Patrick Guymon and Matt Guzek.
Congratulations to the BCHS Softball team as they defeated Brebeuf, 10-2 to become sectional champions.
Bishop Chatard High School has partnered with Bishop Dullaghan Football Camps to hold a Middle School Skills Development Camp at BCHS. The camp runs from July 16 thru July 18, 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.. The camp is open to interested middle school football players (5th through 8th grades).
This year’s Bishop Dullaghan Football Camp will be staffed by many of Bishop Chatard’s varsity coaches along with area college and high school coaches. Young men will get individual instruction, video presentations and instruction as well as competitive 7 on 7 competitions during the last three practices of camp. This Camp offers nine opportunities over three days to improve skills.
Questions? Contact George Dury at 317-590-5549 or Paul Page at 317-945-5914.
Congratulations to the Bishop Chatard High School Girls Track Team on an impressive finish at the State Track Meet on June 1, 2018 in Bloomington.
Beth Barnes was crowned the state champion in the 300 Hurdles, breaking her own school record with a time of 43.76. She became BCHS’s first ever female individual state champion!
The 4×4 Relay team made up of Sydney Ragsdale, Katie Dietrick, Amelia Dessauer and Beth Barnes finished 5th in the state. The team set a new school record in the 4×4 with a time of 3:54.16.
Will Kellison was recently named the 2018 Male City Athlete of the Year by the Marion County Athletic Association! Will was a three-year starter on the Bishop Chatard football team, playing defensive end and tight end, while the Trojans earned two sectional titles and a state championship. He was named All-City and earned all-state honors for two years as well as being named to the IndyStar Super Team as a senior. He was a significant player on the basketball team as a sophomore, though injuries kept him from playing as a junior and senior.
Will is an honor roll student who will play football at Miami of Ohio next year. Congratulations Will!
Read the full story in the IndyStar.
Alysa Guffey defeated her North Central Panthers opponent 3-6, 6-1, 6-1 in sectional play and is moving to the next round of play! She will face Roncalli in the IHSAA Individual State Tournament regional semi-final on Sat., June 2 at 10 a.m. at Fisher High School.
Alysa is 15-5 and heads deeper into post-season play than any Lady Trojan dating back to circa 2002. Congratulations to Alysa on a well deserved honor! Go Trojans!
Bishop Chatard HS (Indianapolis) is accepting applications for an Assistant Coach which is also the Head Coach of JV Girls Basketball squad. The program has an admirable success history, & has a strong group of student-athletes committed to excellence. The ideal coaching candidate should have high school coaching experience, at least an undergraduate bachelor's degree, & the ability to positively motivate/direct our student-athletes.
Interested candidates should submit cover letter, resume/c.v., & 3 references to Katie Fisher, Girls Basketball Head Coach, Bishop Chatard HS, 5885 Crittenden Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46220-2840 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Position description requests & questions may be directed to Katie Fisher at 317-251- 1451 x2229. Application deadline is Friday, June 1, 2018.