Past News Posts
BCHS celebrated Boys Basketball Seniors on Feb. 25, 2020. Below are some scenes from the evening:
Grace Hurley finished 14th in State Diving competition. This was out of the top 32 divers in the state! She was the only freshman to advance to the final competition! Congratulations Grace on an amazing freshman season!
Grace placed 7th in the IHSAA Regional competition on Feb. 11, 2020, with a score of 358.50.
Grace Hurley placed 2nd in 1M Diving in the IHSAA Sectionals on Feb. 8, 2020, to advance to regional competition.
Congratulations to Eli Bustamante who placed 4th in the 132 lb class at the 2020 Wrestling Regionals on Feb. 8.
He advances to Semi-State competition, which begins at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 15, at New Castle.
Good luck Eli!
Eli Bustamante placed third (3-1) in the 132 lb class at the 2020 Wrestling Sectional on Feb. 1 to advance to Regional competition.
Congratulations to Brady Armstrong, Danny Bardol, and David Harless in competing at the Indiana Elite North v. South All Star Games in November 2019. Brady took home the MVP award for the sophomore game.
The Lady Trojans wrapped up their historic season by placing 11th at the 2019 state finals in Terre Haute. Freshman Lily Cridge earned all-state honors by placing 8th, the highest place for an individual in BCHS history. Lily’s teammates Emily Loiselle, Mary Bea Sowinski, Alex Gantz, Mayan Stickel, Caroline Bell, and Miranda Stickel all had great races as well and contributed the team’s impressive success this season.
The Lady Trojans are headed to the state finals!!
The team placed 4th in a very rainy and very competitive semi-state competition in Shelbyville. Lily Cridge (2nd) and Emily Loiselle (15th) earned all semi-state honors. Additionally, Mary Bea Sowinski, Alex Gantz, Mayan Stickel, Caroline Bell, and Miranda Stickel also had great races as they braved the conditions and earned their spot in the state finals.
Girls state final competition will be held on Sat., Nov. 2, at 1:45 p.m. (ET) at LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course, Wabash Valley Sports Center, 599 S. Tabortown Road, Terre Haute, IN 47803.
In boys semi-state cross country, junior Owen Teed closed out his very successful season by placing 63rd overall in a very rainy and very competitive semi-state competition in Shelbyville. Congrats, Owen!Regional Results
Congratulations to the girls cross country team, as the team placed 4th in a highly competitive regional meet to advance to 2019 Semi-State Competition.
Earning All-Regionals honors were freshman Lily Cridge (17:56, 3rd place) and Emily Loiselle (18:12, 5th). Both ladies broke the school record! Critical points were also scored by sophomores Mary Bea Sowinski, Alex Gantz, and Mayan Stickel.
Junior Owen Teed advanced to the boys semi-state as an individual with the personal best time of 16:15. His teammates Charlie Jacoba (16:37) and Ethan Clapacs (16:49) also impressively broke the 17 minute mark.
Semi-State competition will be held at Shelbyville on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019. Boys begins at 10:30 a.m. and girls at 11:15 a.m.
The boys team placed 9th overall in a very competitive regional meet.2019 Sectional Results
The Lady Trojans won the sectional championship! Lily Cridge was the meet runner-up and Emily Loiselle (6th), Mary Bea Sowinksi (12th), Alex Gantz (13th) also made the All-Sectional team. Mayan Stickel, Caroline Bell, and Miranda Stickel helped to seal the team’s victory over a loaded field at Brebeuf High School.
The Trojans boys cross country team qualified for the regional meet by placing 5th at the sectional meet hosted by Brebeuf High School. Owen Teed (8th) and Ethan Clapacs (14th) made the All-Sectional team. Charlie Jacoba, Will Johnson, Connor Brandon, Connor Moriarty, and Liam Murphy also contributed to the team’s successful advancement to the next round of the state tournament.
The regional competition will be held at Noblesville on Saturday, Oct. 19, beginning at 10:30 a.m.
Bishop Chatard High School has named Jim Joven as its Boys Volleyball Varsity Head Coach. Joven assumes the position immediately in preparation for the 2020 spring season.
Joven brings experience with both developing competitive volleyball programs and serving as a coach within those programs. Prior to being named the Head Coach of the Bishop Chatard Varsity program, he served as Junior Varsity Head Coach in 2019, leading the Trojan JV squad to a 21-5 season record. In 2018-2019, Joven also served as an assistant coach at The Academy Volleyball Club, and he is currently the Boys Volleyball Coordinator and Head Boys Coach for St. Simon the Apostle Catholic School.
As the varsity coach, Joven plans to emphasize fundamental skills and strategies, as well as developing a volleyball culture conducive to sustained success.
“I am excited to have Coach Joven take over the head coaching duties as he has a dynamic plan for our Boys Volleyball squad,” Athletic Director Mike Ford said. “His passion and excitement for volleyball is contagious!”
Joven is at home both on and in the court. He earned his law degree from the Maurer School of Law at Indiana University – Bloomington and has served as a Marion Superior Court Judge since 2013. He was a four-year letter award winner in track and field at Wabash College, and played rec league and intramural volleyball, as well as Wallyball, while in college and law school. He and his wife, Carol, are members of St. Simon the Apostle Parish and are raising three current Bishop Chatard Trojans.