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Men’s basketball jumps off to good start

Imani Love, Sports Editor

November 11, 2011

Filed under Fall Sports, Sports, Sports News

The men’s varsity basketball team are MIAA 'A' Conference and the Baltimore Catholic League champions and one of the top five teams to place in the Alhambra tournament. They have recently been invited to The 2011 Nike Invitational... Read more »

Men’s basketball recruits increase school spirit

Lindsay Powell, Reporter

December 17, 2010

Filed under Sports, Sports News, Uncategorized, Winter Sports

This year, it has become a common occurrence for students to look and see a basketball invitation on their Facebook page or inbox. It isn’t enough anymore to simply place basketball posters around the school and announce events... Read more »

Scholl: number of ineligible students drops dramatically

Joey Hoff, Editor in Chief

December 1, 2010

Filed under News

Only ten students school-wide were academically ineligible for the first quarter. While the administration doesn’t keep statistics on ineligibility, Vice Principal for Academics Gary Scholl estimates that 40 students are... Read more »

Students Serving Students changes lives one child at a time

Meg Kirchner, Reporter

September 24, 2010

Filed under Lifestyles

On a warm morning in July, Senior Amanda Hudak was frustrated beyond belief.  Children were running crazily all around the classroom and would not listen to a word she said. But this was all forgotten by lunchtime, when Hudak... Read more »

Seniors outlawed for not serving time

Collin Hoofnagle, News Editor

May 14, 2010

Filed under News, Top Stories

As they finish their last exams and clean out their lockers, seniors seem closer than ever to graduation. However, one thing stands in the way of a quarter of the senior class: service hours. According to Outreach Coordinator... Read more »

JV In-depth: Rawlings, Martin encourage unity

Daniel Gallen, Editor in Chief

April 4, 2010

Filed under Sports

When former head football coach Keith Rawlings first arrived in 2007 and started to rebuild the Patriots football program, there was one particular detail that irked him. "When I got here, the JV uniforms were garbage," said... Read more »

JC Insider: Additional summer programs to be offered; alumnus funds Holocaust program

March 18, 2010

Filed under JC Insider

Every week, “The Patriot” checks all its campus-wide sources to bring you the best of what’s happening at JC. School increases number of summer... Read more »

Hosting an exchange student now considered service opportunity

Collin Hoofnagle, News Editor

March 4, 2010

Filed under News

Service hours will now be given to students hosting school-sponsored foreign exchange students, according to Outreach Director Tony Martin. Students will be given one hour for every twenty-four hours of hosting, said Martin.... Read more »

Loss in semifinals shatter dreams of basketball championship

Daniel Gallen, Editor in Chief

March 3, 2010

Filed under Game Recaps, Sports

The men's varsity basketball team was ended its playoff run on February 19 with a 70-30 loss at Mount St. Joseph High School in the MIAA A Conference Semifinals.  The Gaels were lead by senior forward Ryley Beaumont's 21 points... Read more »