• May

    Spirit Award winner, senior Kieran Ferguson

    Quinn, Kalan highlight semifinal commencement athletic awards presentations Tuesday

    Seniors Marymargaret Quinn and Graham Kalan were honored with the Father George Godley Award for Excellence in Athletics during the School's virtual semifinal commencement activities Tuesday, May 26th.  The award recognizes athletes that demonstrate excellence in two or more varsity sports, the MVPs, as it were. Team manager, spirit award, Cardinals of the year, and scholar-athletes were also recognized during the first ever online ceremony for graduation events.

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  • Coach of the Year Anthony DiCarlo congratulates senior captain Graham Kalan on Senior Night

    WCAC champion ice hockey skipper claims Coach of the Year

    After more than a decade leading the Cardinals' ice hockey program, Anthony "Tony" DiCarlo was selected as the Bishop Ireton Athletic Department's Coach of the Year for 2019-2020. The Coach commented on the award by saying, "I am honored to be named by my peers as Coach of the Year.  It was a pleasure to coach this group of players and I share this award with my invaluable assistants and I am thankful for the leadership of a great Senior Class." 

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  • 9th grade Coach Tombs already thriving on the field.

    Meredith Tombs named Delaware Assistant Coach of the Year

    Bishop Ireton's varsity head coaches selected field hockey junior varsity head coach Meredith Tombs as the Athletic Department's Chris Delaware Memorial Assistant Coach of the Year award for 2019-2020.  The Chris Delaware Award is named for former boys lacrosse assistant coach Chris Delaware, a Bishop Ireton alumnus. Delaware was serving as a boys varsity assistant coach when he died suddenly at his work.
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  • Senior Sofie Rieder capped her 4-year varsity tennis career with ASC honor.

    Five Cardinals lauded by Alexandria Sportsman's Club

    The Alexandria Sportsman's Club honored an abbreviated number of athletes of the year in their announcement Tuesday. With the coronavirus pandemic, city high schools lost their spring sports seasons reducing the overall number of athletes to be honored. 

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  • Sean Casey, (far left) pictured with Ft Hunt Award winners earlier this year.

    Sean Casey inaugural winner of Peter G. Davey Service Award

    Sean Casey, parent of a pair of 2020 Ireton graduates and two-year president of the Bishop Ireton Athletic Booster Club, was named the School's first winner of the Peter G. Davey Service Award. The newly named award honors the School's tireless director of operations and facilities following 21 years of service to Bishop Ireton High School. Davey retires May 31st.

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  • Sophomore Ella Rier earned MVP honors for girls' swim & dive

    Swimmers, Divers Announce team awards

    Bishop Ireton swim and dive announced their 2019-2020 most valuable performers and Cardinal Award winners for the boys and girls teams. The Cardinals saw a pair of sophomores earn the MVP honors while the seniors walked away with the leadership, team-oriented Cardinal accolades.
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  • Junior Laila Jewett, adds team MVP to her all conference honors

    Jewett, Fadika garner post season awards

    Girls' basketball named junior Laila Jewett the most valuable player for the 2019-20 season, while senior Aminata Fadika was selected as the Cardinal Awardee the School announced Tuesday.

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  • WCAC commissioner Steve Collantuoni shakes Will Mueller's hand as Graham Kalan (left) and Thomas Garlock (right) look on

    Kalan, Mueller Snare Ice Hockey team awards

    Bishop Ireton's WCAC Metro ice hockey champs recognized senior forward Graham Kalan as their most valuable player while William Mueller was honored as the squad's Cardinal Award winner.
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  • Senior Emelia Lenz made a splash in her only season of Cardinal tennis as team Cardinal Award winner

    MVP, Cardinal winners for Girls' Tennis announced

    Sofie Rieder was selected as the varsity girls' tennis team's most valuable player and Emelia Lenz received the Cardinal Award for the 2019 campaign. 

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  • Gray McCulloch during Park View game in 2019

    Football Awards MVP, Cardinal winners

    Bishop Ireton's 2019 varsity football squad awarded its most valuable players and Cardinal award winner Monday. Zamarion Williams and AJ Porter were named co-MVPs while Graham McCulloch was the squad's choice for the Cardinal Award. The players were selected by players and coaches.
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  • Junior Jess Gerard awarded 2019 MVP

    Girls' Soccer Lauds Pair

    The 2019 Bishop Ireton girls' soccer team honored junior Jess Gerard as the squad's most valuable player while senior Alexandra "Ale" Gomez was named as the Cardinal Award winner.  

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  • Graham Kalan named Cardinal Award winner for 2019

    Boys' Soccer Honors Pair

    Coach Ahmad Sasso formally honored the varsity soccer team's most valuable player and Cardinal award winners Monday.  Senior Liam Somerville was named the squad's MVP while Graham Kalan was the Cardinal Award winner.
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  • Junior Colin Baird is boys' XC most valuable performer for 2019

    Cross Country releases MVPs, Cardinal winners

    Boys' and girls' cross country officially announced their most valuable performer and Cardinal Award winners for the 2019 fall campaign Monday.  Head Coach Bob Artman praised his group as "great teammates and people".  Colin Baird and Kara Curry were honored as the MVPs while Sioban Chawk and David Burdick were the Cardinal Award selectees. 

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  • Senior Marymargaret Quinn named field hockey MVP

    Field Hockey honors pair of seniors

    The 2019 field hockey team honored two seniors with their annual most valuable player and Cardinal award in virtual ceremonies Monday.  Marymargaret Quinn was named the most valuable player while teammate Tess Moore received the Cardinal award.
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  • Wilmot (6) sets in match at St Mary's Ryken

    MVP, Cardinal Volleyball honorees announced

    Volleyball coach Brad Lacey announced junior Taylor Wilmot was the Cardinals' most valuable player. The team setter, Wilmot captained the varsity squad and earned first team, all VISAA and second team, all WCAC honors. Bella Obioha was named as the team's Cardinal award winner.
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  • Fall MVP, Kaleigh Ballagh

    Cheerleading names MVPs, Cardinal winners

    Bishop Ireton's award winning cheerleaders capped another championship year with their 5th straight Christian Cheerleading Association's (CCA) grand national championship in Fayetteville, North Carolina in March of this year.  This week they released their fall and winter most valued awards as well as their Cardinal Award winners.
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  • Jack Ambrey (left) and Finn Sofield (right) after winning St Stephens Holiday tourney titles

    Wrestlers Honor MVP, Cardinal winners

    Bishop Ireton had less than half a dozen returning lettermen to start the wrestling season. But, among the five, they proved it isn't always "how many" as "who" you have around you.  Juniors Finn Sofleld and Jack Ambrey were honored as the squad's most valuable performer adn Cardinal Awardee for the 2019-2020 campaign.
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  • Junior Ariel Goddot was Ireton's Cardinal award winner

    Boys' Hoops names MVP, Cardinal winners

    Bishop Ireton announced the 2019-20 season team award winners Tuesday. Senior Sese Mobutu was the Cardinals' most valuable player while junior Ariel Goddot was the squad's Cardinal Award winner.
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  • March

    Bishop Ireton High School Makes Change to Boys Basketball Head Coaching Position

    Today, Bishop Ireton announced that it is moving in a new direction with its boys basketball program. Coach Neil Berkman, the varsity head coach for the past 11 years will no longer be coaching the team. Bishop Ireton is extremely grateful for his time and commitment to Bishop Ireton basketball. His love of the program and his work with alumni have been well recognized in the Ireton community.
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  • February

    Merrimack-bound James Berry had 21 points in his final appearance as a Cardinal.

    Ireton can't get by Panthers, 73-63

    James Berry poured in 21 points and Sese Mobutu added 10, but the seniors couldn't get the Cardinals past top-ranked Paul VI in the quarterfinals of the VISAA Division I playoffs Wednesday in Fairfax. It was the final appearance for the pair in a Cardinal uniform and the campaign ends for the 9th-seeded Bishop Ireton at 15-18.
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  • WCAC spring sport tryouts begin Feb 20th

    Spring Tryouts Open Feb 20th

    Athletic director Bill Simmons announced WCAC spring sports will open their 2020 tryout camps on Thursday, February 20th at Bishop Ireton. A current VHSL athletic physical must be entered into the Magnus portal prior to a student participating in tryouts.  

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  • January

    Senior James Berry's put back capped Bishop Ireton's second half rally to top 19th ranked Flint Hill in Oakton Monday.

    Cardinal Boys win third straight with buzzer beater 86-85

    Merrimack-bound senior James Berry's putback in the game's final seconds propelled Bishop Ireton (8-7, 3-5) to its third straight win, 86-85 at 19th ranked Flint Hill Monday night. Flint Hill led at intermission 45-36 before the high lfying redbirds mounted their second half rally. 
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