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Volleyball Takes Sole Possession of First Place in GLC

High school volleyball: Elyria Catholic comes up short against Holy Name in battle for first place Tim Gebhardt | The Chronicle-Telegram Published on Sept. 28, 2016 | Updated 2:35 a. m. ELYRIA — First place was there for the taking Tuesday at Elyria Catholic and Holy Name did the taking. The Green Wave hit their

Grade School Basketball Clinic Offered This October

Want to get ready for the upcoming basketball season? Then take part in the Holy Name Boys’ Basketball Skills Clinics! The workouts, which are open to all boys in grades 3-8, begin Saturday, October 1 and continue for five Saturdays through November 5 (no clinic will be held on October 22). They take place from

Volleyball Continues Winning Ways Against Normandy

The Varsity Volleyball team defeated Normandy last Thursday, 3-0. Ariana Marflak ’19 served up three aces while scoring nine points. Sam Snow ’20 hammered 14 kills, while McKenna Keir ’19 & Jillian Wiesler ’19 both added six kills each. Hannah Verba ’17 dished out 19 assists. Alyssa Jester ’17 led the defense with nine digs and Kelly

Girls Soccer Defeats Rocky River 6-2

Last week, the girls’ soccer team picked up a big Great Lakes Conference victory over Rocky River, beating the Pirates 6-2. Scoring for the Lady Namers were Julia Dreher ’18 with two, and Madison Alberty ’19, Sarah Stanton ’19, Andrea Spinelli ’17 and Lauren Borchert ’20 with one goal each. Next up is Senior Night

Namers on Two-Game Win Streak

The boys’ varsity soccer team has worked hard to win two straight victories over non-league opponents. On Thursday, September 22, the team beat Garfield Heights, 2-0. Goals were scored by Jake Rosko ’17 and Ricky Farris ’19. This past Saturday, September 24, the Green Wave defeated Benedictine, 4-1. Scoring in this game were Eric Scalfano

Cross Country Team Finishes Strong at Patriot Invitational

Both the boys’ and girls’ cross country teams performed well at the Patriot Invitational this weekend, held on the Tri-C West Campus in Parma. The boys’ team finished 4th out of 14 teams, while the girls took 2nd out of 9 teams. Both teams won the traditional division of the meet (Parma schools). In the boys’

Namers Finish Fourth at Great Lakes Conference Championship

The Green Wave Varsity Golf Team finished fourth at the Great Lakes Conference Championship on Monday, September 19. The squad was led by the sensational play of Lukas Vollman ’17, whose 78 was good for third place in the event and a spot on the All-GLC First Team. Andrew Bleakley ’18 carded an 85, making

All Teams Schedule: Week of September 26 – October 2

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Holy Name High School, September 26 – October 2 MONDAY September 26, 2016 8:00 PM Boys Varsity GolfOHSAA SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE TUESDAY September 27, 2016 8:30 AM Boys Varsity GolfOHSAA SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE 4:30 PM Girls Freshman Volleyball @ Elyria Catholic High School SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Boys

Holy Name football demolishes Normandy, 49-14

By Daniel Sherriff, Special to on September 23, 2016 10:08 PM PARMA HEIGHTS, Ohio — Holy Name (3-2, 1-0) continues to make waves in the Great Lakes Conference. The Green Wave wrapped up their second straight conference win on Friday evening as they dispatched the Normandy Invaders (0-5, 0-2) with ease, 49-14. < Read

Baseball Meeting: Sept. 26

There will be a Baseball meeting Monday 9/26 at 2:45 in the cafeteria for all players interested in trying out this coming spring. Follow HN Baseball on Twitter @HNDiamond9