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  • No Re'LAX'ing For 2-0 Girls' Lacrosse

    The Cardinals opened their season on April 23 with a convincing win over Bishop McNamara (18-0) by showcasing their depth and variety of scoring combined with a smothering defense and goal tending. 
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  • Boy's Varsity Tennis Ends First Week of Season 1-1

    Starting a season with four straight road contests, in three different localities, spread over 175 miles can be a daunting task for a young team.   Varsity men's tennis opened their 2021 regular season this week, splitting two matches on Monday and Thursday.

    On Monday, April 26th, the Cardinal netters opened their season against VISAA #6 Seton School, losing 6-3 in Manassas. Playing #1 singles, Freshman Drex Rieder won 8-6 to put the visitors ahead early. Close matches at #2 and #3 singles didn't go the Cards way.   Senior Luke Pilot posted a 8-5 win at #5 singles.  Junior Matt Sendi and Freshman Val Schroeder took a tight 9-7 win at #2 doubles to round out the Cardinals win total.   Luke and Junior Jack Grzebien lost a tight match at #3 doubles 8-5.  

    On Thursday, April 29th, the young BI team traveled to Washington DC to take on the St. Anselm's Abbey School Panthers.  Freshman Matt Antonio cruised to a 8-3 win at #2 singles.   Matt Sendi won 8-1 at #3 singles to give the Cards a 2-1 lead.   Val Schroeder clinched the match for the visitors with a clutch 9-7 win in hot, humid conditions.   

    The 3-2 win over St. Anselm's evens the Bishop Ireton men's tennis team record at 1-1.  Keep up with men's tennis on Instagram @Cardinalstennis.
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  • Golf Team Hits the Links

    Varsity Golf finally was able to get out on the links and test their skill versus two tough opponents. It was a tough opening week with losses coming to St John's at University of Maryland, 9-0 on April 26th and a loss against St. Mary's Ryken at Bell Haven Country Club 7-2 on April 28th.

    Ireton takes on DeMatha and Bishop McNamara at Woodmore Country Club on May 10th.
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  • Steady Improvement From Cardinal Softball

    Bishop Ireton Varsity Softball faced Bishop O'Connell on April 27.

    Facing the top team in the conference will either bring out the best in you or make you take a look at your work ethic. Most importantly, it will show you where you need to improve as a player and what intensity you need to be at, at all times. The first 2 innings went according to plan, with only one run given up in each inning. Pitcher Caroline Fletcher, did a marvelous job by letting the opposing team put the ball in play. The Cardinals are a defensive team and pride themselves on it.
    With veteran players and some new to the varsity speed, the game got intense quickly. In the third inning, the Cardinals made one error and it seemed to rattle the team. Ultimately, this led to eight runs given up to the opposing Knights.
    With more practice and the younger players gaining more confidence this team has a high sealing with only two seniors on the roster. Coach Pugh said, "I believe with more consistent pitching this team will be a force."
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