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Cross Country Takes 3rd in GLC Preview Meet

Congratulations to both the Holy Name Boys’ and Girls’ Cross Country Teams for their 3rd place team finishes at the Great Lakes Conference Preview Meet this past Saturday! Shawn Slivka ’17 and Jake Darby ’17 finished together in 13th and 14th with a time of 18:26. Anthony Oppedisano ’18, Nick Schuler ’19, Jake Miller ’18,

Golf

HN Golf begins play at the Lion Cardinal Classic at Quail Hollow in Painesville beginning Sunday, and continuing into Monday. Good luck, golfers!

HN Breaks Ground on Turf Field

Holy Name High School | August 19, 2016 Holy Name is proud to announce the official beginning of construction of Phase 1 of Cicerchi Field, Holy Name’s on campus multipurpose turf field.  Construction of Phase 1 is expect to be completed in late October of 2016. If you are interested in donating to Holy Name’s

HN Volleyball wins season opener!

The HN Varsity Volleyball Team opened their season last night at Normandy by winning 3-0 with scores of 25-9, 25-13, 25-9. Captain Hannah Verba ’17 led the offense with 20 assists, and Kayla Jarosz ’19 led with 11 kills! Sam Snow ’20 added seven kills. Anchoring the defense was Alyssa Jester ’17, who posted a

Holy Name Boys Basketball Skills Camp

The Holy Name Boys Basketball Skills Camp concluded Thursday with a great day of competitions and tournaments. Over 85 campers in grades 3-9 spent four days working on their skills with Green Wave coaches and players. Thanks to everyone who made it a great week. Pictures and award winners are as follows: Dribble Tag 3rd-6th

Coach Huber’s Blog Post #17: Podcast

For as long as I can remember, I have been a devoted listener to sports talk radio when driving. While I find it entertaining, it rarely proves to be educational. In an effort to make more use of my time in the car, I have started downloading and listening to a handful of podcasts. Here

Dwayne Cohill, No. 1 Player in Ohio for 2018, gets Buckeyes Offer

By Bill Landis, cleveland.com | May 15, 2016 at 6:31 PM COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio State basketball figures to have a large recruiting class when players finally sign for 2018. No, it’s not too early to start thinking that far ahead. The Buckeyes are, and they want to the top player in Ohio to be

Coach Huber’s Blog #16 – Kobe

Coach Huber | April 30, 2016 Like many, I watched in amazement as Kobe Bryant ended his career with a 60 point performance. A great end to an incredible career. For most of his career, I respected Kobe but did not consider myself a Kobe fan. I thought his selfishness had led to the breakup

Coach Huber’s Blog #15 – The Best Basketball Documentaries

Coach Huber | April 7, 2016 Blog – 15 The Best Basketball Documentaries Last year I did a blog on the best basketball movies. This time around I am going to give some suggestions for the best basketball documentaries. I hope you can watch and enjoy! Hoop Dreams – the best basketball documentary. This film

Cohill Makes Most of European Trip

By Matt Goul, cleveland.com | April 01, 2016 at 5:35 AM CLEVELAND, Ohio – The end of the boys high school basketball season marked the beginning of a whole new experience for Holy Name’s Dwayne Cohill and Garfield Heights’ Marreon Jackson. This isn’t even the AAU circuit that gets under way in April. Cohill and