Weekly Update #28 – March 18, 2018

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Sports

Rugby The Wildcats played Avon Lake on Tuesday, winning handily. Junior Declan Boldy broke two records, conversions and points. Saturday was a day full of matches, the B side Cats started it off with a win against Westshore, then the A side players took the field to face off against Penn Indiana, picking up a W with a final score of 26-10. B side then battled against Penn’s B side and won 21-12. On Sunday the A side Wildcats played West Shore and won commandingly, defeating their opponent 71-14 to move to 5-0 on the season. Following that match B side played the final match of the weekend against winning commandingly. The Rugby Cats travel to Cincinnati next weekend to face off against Archbishop Moeller.

Lacrosse The Saint Ignatius lacrosse team won handedly against Solon High School. The score was 18-2 showing that the team has the potential to have a good season. The next game is Tuesday against University School.

Miscellaneous

Seniors Seniors can wear the Class of ’18 shirts tomorrow in lieu of a shirt and tie.

The EYE Podcasts The Eye has been broadcasting podcasts about different things going on around campus. All the episodes are here. The editors will have a SIEntA episode up soon as well as a Spamalot episode on Monday.

March for our Lives Come to the March for Our Lives, this Saturday, March 24th to join forces with hundreds of thousands of students across the nation as we strive to put an end to gun violence. Please meet on the mall at 9:00 AM Saturday if you are interested in marching as a larger group from Saint Ignatius. We will begin our march to Public Square around 10:15 AM. See you Saturday.

Jeff Outcalt “I’m doing well, happy the lacrosse team got a dub and was able to relax this weekend which was nice. John Mulaney is a very funny comedian.”

C.A.T. Meeting The Christian Action Team, or CAT, provides students opportunities to fulfill the mission of the school by practicing the Corporal Works of Mercy. CAT meets every Thursday in room 227 at 3 p.m. and is open to all grade levels.