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Which region’s high schools had the strongest NFL Draft? – Presented by VNN

The NFL Draft took place last week in Philadelphia. Held on the Rocky Steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, it was the first draft held entirely outdoors, and was the most attended in history with more than 250,000 people attending. Over three days, all 32 NFL teams chose players who they hope could be the future

Blazers Settle for Regular Season Split with Lake Station

The Marquette Catholic baseball team was unable to recover from an early deficit versus Lake Station Wednesday. One day after knocking off the Eagles 7-2, the Blazers fell 12-5 on the road. Lake Station parlayed two four-run innings into a 9-0 lead midway through the third inning. The Blazers erased the zero in their run

Lady Blazers Sweep Bishop Noll Wednesday

Marquette Catholic defeated host Bishop Noll in straight sets at all five flights in a win that vaulted the Lady Blazers to 5-1 in Greater South Shore Conference play. Michaela Jennings and Skylar Senseny started the afternoon off right with a 6-1, 6-3 triumph atop doubles. The Lady Blazers’ No. 2 tandem of Mackenzie Bardol and

Donaldson’s Strong Start Lifts Blazers over Eagles

Junior Connor Donaldson turned in one of the most dominant pitching performances to date Tuesday as his six strong innings carried Marquette Catholic to a 7-2 road win at Lake Station. The Eagles rendered all their damage in the first inning, plating two in the bottom half – one earned, one unearned. Marquette’s offense was kept

Blazer Golf Records 180 in Quadrangular Win

Junior Johnny Roder claimed medalist honors yet again Monday afternoon while a pair of fellow Blazers fired season-low rounds in Marquette Catholic’s victory over North Newton, Griffith, and Wheeler at SummerTree Golf Course in Crown Point. Conditions were hardly ideal for a May golf meet, but the Blazers contended through rain, wind, and chilly temperatures to

Andershock Signs NLI with UW-Platteville

Senior forward Jonathon Andershock signed a National Letter of Intent (NLI) Monday evening to continue his basketball career at University of Wisconsin-Platteville. Andershock, who led Marquette Catholic in rebounding (5.9 RPG) in 2016-17, was a key contributor all season long. He finished in double figures in scoring five times and squeezed 10 or more rebounds in a game

All Teams Schedule: Week of May 1 – May 7

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Marquette Catholic High School, May 1 – May 7 MONDAY May 01, 2017 4:30 PM Boys Varsity Golf* Wheeler & North Newton @ Wheeler-Summer Tree Golf Course SCHEDULE TUESDAY May 02, 2017 4:30 PM Boys Varsity Baseball @ * Lake Station Edison SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Girls Varsity

Baseball, Softball Fall to Bishop Noll on Rain-Shortened Saturday

A chilly, blustery Saturday at the Marquette Athletic Complex was cut short due to rain before Marquette Catholic and Bishop Noll could finish its scheduled doubleheader. Before the inclement weather arrived, the Warriors won the opening contests on both diamonds. Senior Carter Moldenhauer and sophomore Brandon Spangler both reached base twice for the Blazers in a

Event Recap: Week of April 22 – April 28

Saturday, Apr 22nd Girls Varsity Softball vs. Hanover Central High School L 2 – 3 Boys Varsity Baseball vs. * Whiting L 0 – 6 Boys Varsity Baseball @ Whiting High School L 4 – 3 Sunday, Apr 23rd No event results Monday, Apr 24th Girls Varsity Tennis Laporte @ Laporte th Place Girls Varsity

Softball Takes Thursday Slugfest over Kouts

Four Lady Blazers amassed multi-run games Thursday evening as Marquette Catholic broke out the bats in an 11-6 win versus Kouts at Marquette Athletic Complex. The Fillies opened the scoring in their first at-bat with an unearned run. Marquette evened it up in the bottom of the second when Bri Moyer cracked a two-out knock that