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Hamilton County TV Football Coaches Show

Hamilton County TV @HCTelevision  ·  15h Tonight’s Hamilton County High School Football coaches show – Speaking Sports with A.J is NOW on-demand at http://www.HCTVSports.com Coach Dilley comes on the show at the 43:00 mark.

Do you have your Football T-shirt/Sweatshirt?

The spirit shop has an abundance of football t-shirts for sale.  Make sure you come by before Friday’s football game to get your t-shirt.  Let’s show Lafayette our Golden Eagle Pride! Here is what we have in stock!  

Men’s Varsity Soccer Beats Northwestern 4-2

It took the host Golden Eagles the better part of a half to find their groove.  Four minutes into the game Northwestern scored the first goal.  Guerin Catholic tied the score 32 seconds later on a well placed shot by Luke Bestard.  Northwestern scored again at the 18 minute mark to go up 2-1.  The

Swimming call-out meeting!

There will be a call-out for the girls swim team on Thursday, August 28 at 3:30 PM in the cafe.  Interested girls who can’t make the meeting for any reason should email Coach Doug Cline at decline@guerincatholic.org.

Golden Eagle Football is eager for season opener vs. Martinsville at Park Tudor HS, 7:30 PM

Guerin Catholic’s varsity football team, led by new head coach Tom Dilley, is poised for its season opener with Martinsville this Friday, August 22. Originally scheduled as a home game, it will instead be played at Park Tudor (7:30 p.m. kickoff) since the beautification project at the outdoor athletic complex is not completed. The new and improved Guerin Catholic football facility will debut Sept. 5 when the

Echo Screenings

St. Vincent Sports Performance has scheduled another heart echo screening for Monday, September 22.  Parents can schedule by calling 338-CARE.  Click  EchoScreening for details.  

Tough defeat for Men’s Soccer in Season Opener

The 2014 Golden Eagles boys soccer season began with a 1-2 loss to visiting Lawrence North.  The Guerin Catholic squad despite out shooting and out possessing the wildcats, couldn’t find the back of the net in the second half.  Luke Bestard had the lone goal for the Golden Eagles with 10 minutes to go in