Past News Posts

2022 Cross Country at State – Lily Cridge is Champion!

October 30, 2022
Congratulations! Lily Cridge is the 2022 State Cross Country champion, the second year in a row. She finished in 17:14.6, surpassing her time of 17:32.7 last year. Freshman Julia Score placed 10th in State! Max Bourgeois finishing 77th in the boys race!

Semi-State Results

The girls cross country team, though short-handed, placed a very respectable 9th in the extremely competitive Shelbyville semi-state meet.

Lily Cridge and Julia Score qualified for the State XC Meet! Lily won the semi-state race in a course record time (16:58) and Julia finished a strong 5th!

The boys team placed 7th at the ultra-competitive Shelbyville semi-state meet, 1 place out of advancing to the state finals.

Max Bourgeois placed 25th overall to qualify for the state meet as in individual!


Regional Results

The boys cross country team placed 5th in regionals and qualified for the 2022 Semi State meet! JD Haines & Max Bourgeois earned All Regional honors! Also, all 7 runners ran PRs at the meet.

The girls cross country team placed 4th at the Noblesville Regional to qualify for Semi State! Lily Cridge (1st) and Julia Score (5th) earned All Regional honors! Also, Lily broke the regional and course record, and 5 out of 7 girls had PR’s!


Sectional Results

Boys Cross Country wins Sectional!

The boys cross country team won the 2022 Sectional at Brebeuf! The team was led with top 20 finishes from JD Haines (3rd), Ian Kolbus (5th), and Davis Falcon (6th), and Max Bourgeois (11th)! Aaron Loiselle, Eli Hummel, and Jack Dixon also had strong races for the Trojans to help propel the team to victory!

Girls Cross Country places second in Sectional

Congratulations to the Girls Cross Country team as they placed 2nd in Sectionals at Brebeuf and advanced to the Noblesville Regionals on Oct. 15.

Lily Cridge was the sectional champion and broke her own course record with a time of 16:46! Julia Score (4th) and Ceci Jackson (15th) also made the All-Sectional team! Caroline Clapacs, Alex Teed, Maggie Rushenberg, and Caroline Bell also had great races for the Trojans and helped the team advance to the next round!

Girls Soccer: 2022 Regional Champions

October 17, 2022
Team play at the regionals

Congratulations to the BCHS Girls Soccer team as they defeated Danville in Regional semi-finals, 6-0 and Lawrenceburg in the Regional Final game, 1-0, to become 2022 Regional Champions.

The girls team lost to Evansville Memorial in the semi-state game, 2-0.


Sectional Results The #5 ranked BCHS Lady Trojan Soccer team won the sectional title with a 7-0 win over Lebanon. The Lady Trojans defeated Guerin Catholic, 3-2 and Brebeuf 3-1 to advance to the championship game.

Girls Soccer is 2022 City Champion!

October 3, 2022

Girls Soccer City Champ team photo

Congratulations to the Girls Soccer team as they defeated Cathedral, 2-1, to win the 2022 City Championship Title!

Boys & Girls Cross Country: 2022 City Champions!

October 3, 2022

Congratulations to the boys and girls cross country teams, as they both are 2022 City Champions!

For the Lady Trojans, Lily Cridge was the individual city champion. Julia Score (2nd), Ceci Jackson (3rd), Alex Teed (5th), Caroline Clapacs (8th), and Maggie Rushenberg (9th) also earned All-City honors!

For the boys team, JD Haines placed second, followed by Davis Falcon (3rd) and Ian Kolbus (4th). Aaron Loiselle was 10th. All these earned All-City honors!

This is the second year in a row that both teams earned the City Championship title.

Clare Kirchgessner advances to 2022 Golf Regionals!

September 20, 2022

Congratulations to Clare Kirchgessner, as she shot 83 in the 2022 Sectionals at Maple Creek, placing second overall, and advancing to Regionals! She had 30 putts, hit 6 fairways, and had 4 GIRs.

The team placed 5th overall with a score of 407. Sarah Semon had a 108 with 36 putts, hit 14 fairways, and 2 GIRs; Kate Kehrer had 104; Maggie Bertram had 112 and Rylen James had 122.

Congratulations to all the Lady Trojans golfers and good luck Clare in Regional competition at The Edgewood GC, Lapel, IN on September 24.

Clare Kirchgessner is 2022 Golf City Champion

September 13, 2022
Congratulations to Clare Kirchgessner, who shot an amazing 80 to become the 2022 Girls Golf City Champion! She had 34 putts, hit 7 fairways, and had 6 GIRs on the course at South Grove. The team placed 3rd, with a score of 383.

Boys Golf Team at 2022 Regionals; William Pruitt advances to state

June 17, 2022

State Results

William Pruitt recorded an excellent 79 in the 1st round of the IHSAA State Golf Finals at the Prairie View Golf Course. After a rough opening nine holes, William made two birdies on the incoming nine for an even-par 36. The 79 put him in a tie for 38th out of 100 golfers after the 1st round.

On the second day, William shot an excellent 82. He recorded three (3) birdies on his 2nd nine holes for a one-over-par 37. The two-day score of 161 (79+82) put him in a tie for 49th place out of 100 of the best HS golfers in the State.

Congratulations William and team on a great 2022 season!

Regional Results

BC played in the Yorktown Golf Regionals at The Players Club in Yorktown on June 9, 2022 and had a team score of 337 that placed 11th out of 18 teams.

William Pruitt led BC in scoring with a nice 2-over 74 that qualified him for the State Finals on June 14-15 at Prairie View Golf Club. William was T5 overall out of 110 golfers and T2 for golfers that qualify for State on teams that do not advance.

The other BC scores were Nick Belby (81), Colin Kirchgessner (86), John Schaffer (96), and Jack Feeney (96).

Sectional Results

The Trojans played in the golf sectionals at Maple Creek and shot an excellent team score of 319. The team finished 2nd out of 10 teams and advanced to the Regionals on June 9, 2022.

The BC team was led by William Pruitt who tied for 4th with a 76, followed by Colin Kirchgessner (78), Jack Feeney (82), Nick Belby (83), and John Schaffer (90).

2022 Rugby is State Champion

June 1, 2022
The 2022 Royal Irish Rugby team won the state title, defeating Hamilton Southeastern/Fishers on May 30. Congratulations Team! Rugby State Champion team photo

2022 Track: Heading to State

May 31, 2022
The Track and Field program has 16 state qualifiers with 10 girls and 6 boys. The State meet is Friday and Saturday, June 3 & 4, 2022 at Indiana University. Information can found on this State Meet Link. Come down to Bloomington to Support the Trojans!

Competing are:

Girls (Friday)
  • Mary Bea Sowinski – 100 and 300 hurdles
  • 4 x 1 relay of Emma Stapleton, Bri Buels, Addison Duncan and Adeline Miller
  • 4 x 4 relay of Addison Duncan, Mary Bea Sowinski, Mara Foley and Mayan Stickel
  • 4 x 8 relay of Alex Gantz, Alex Teed, Mayan Stickel and Lily Cridge
Boys – (Satuday)
  • Nate Joven – Pole Vault
  • George Gamble – Long Jump
  • 4 x 8 relay of Ian Kolbus, Davis Falcon, Connor Moriarity and Luke Monahan

BCHS names Kyle Reh as new Athletic Director

May 26, 2022
Kyle Reh

Bishop Chatard High School announced that Kyle Reh has been named the school’s next Athletic Director, effective July 1, 2022

Mr. Reh joins the Trojan Athletic Department after serving as the Assistant Athletic Director at St. Xavier High School in Louisville, Kentucky. In his role, Mr. Reh played a pivotal part in leading 19 teams, oversaw scheduling, facilities, transportation, and game operations, as well as coordinated academic support and eligibility.

Prior to his work at St. Xavier, Mr. Reh was the Director of Business Operations for the Louisville Bats, and he served as the Assistant Athletic Director for Ticket Operations at Ohio University.

Mr. Reh follows Mike Ford as BCHS Athletic Director. Mr. Ford is completing an 18-year tenure in that role, and will continue as Athletic Director Emeritus for the 2022/2023 school year.

“We are excited about the energy, experience, and talents that Mr. Reh brings to our highly successful Athletic Department,” said Principal John Hasty. “The selection committee was impressed with Mr. Reh’s focus on developing the whole student-athlete, especially his commitment to keeping faith as the cornerstone of our athletic mission.”

Mr. Reh shared, “I look forward to continuing the strong Trojan legacy, and I am committed to further establishing Bishop Chatard Athletics as the model program where all students can succeed.”