Two years removed from a Consolation Championship, the competitive boys team looks to rebound after losing out against Westgate in last year's playoffs.
The boys began their season with a close 35-33 win over Christ the King thanks to some solid defense and timely scoring from Meiron, who led the way with 19 points.
The boys would run into a very fast team against St. Charles in a 35-53 loss. Robel would lead the way in that game with a season-high 21 points. The Thunder would drop their record to 1-2 after a disappointing 20-41 loss to St. Gerard.
Another road game had the boys up against St. Alphonsus. The game was close throughout with both teams changing leads until the final buzzer - a 43-49 loss, with Robel and Meiron leading the team with 15 points each.
The Thunder bettered their record to 2-3 with a rough and tumble 46-35 win over Westgate with Meiron leading the way with 16 points in the win.
After capturing the school's first Consolation Championship since 1998, the competitive girls team looks to continue their success with a brand new roster.
The girls got off to a strong start despite a 14-39 loss to Holy Cross. Soliana S. led the way with six points and three steals.
After a tough loss at St. Maurice, the girls would play their home opener in a 12-40 loss to Christ the King, in which the girls kept the game close til half.
The Thunder would visit and fall to the perennial champions at Holy Ghost in a very lopsided game.
After capturing the school's first girls trophy since 1998, the girls team started 2018 with a brand new roster of players, since five players graduated and two moved to new schools.
The girls lost their first game of the season to Holy Cross 14-39 and then visited St. Maurice where they lost another tough game.
In their home opener, the girls kept the game close in the first half against Christ the King before falling behind by too much in a 12-40 loss, with Sealom leading the way with six points.
With Samson the only returning player from last year's developmental team, our boys team this year consists of mostly Grade 6 and 7 students. Our boys are looking to learn to run offenses and play solid defense on the backcourt.
The boys began the season with a tough loss to Westgate but rebounded in their home opener against St. Gerard with a 34-15 win, including a game-high 12 points from Shayne.
Their next game against IHMS was a tight game throughout, with the boys down 16-18 at the half. Despite keeping it close in the third quarter, IHMS pulled ahead in the fourth quarter to a 34-24 win. Tony led the team with 10 points, including six straight to end the third quarter.
The competitive boys volleyball team achieved alot of firsts for OLV this season. The Thunder went 2-6 with wins over St. Alphonsus and St. Ignatius. At the St. Paul's Tournament, they managed to squeak out wins against SJB and Holy Ghost while also just missing out of the playoffs by one point.
In the playoffs, the Thunder lost to CTK in three very close sets. Despite an early playoff exit, the Thunder won their first game in school history in over 15 years or so. Go Thunder!
Our Cross-Country team will be taking part in many different races outdoors and indoors throughout the school year. Our team will be competing for individual and team accolades in all their races. Go Thunder!
St. Maurice Cross Country Run
Congratulations to OLV runners:
Natan - 2nd Grade 7 boys
Fidel - 3rd Grade 7 boys
Meiron - 4th Grade 7 boys
Robel - 5th Grade 8 boys
Elias - 5th Grade 6 boys
Nathan - 4th Grade 4 boys
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