The Patriot

  • Sophomore Lunch will take place in the courtyard during mod 5 on Friday, Oct. 4
  • Spirit Week will begin on October 7.
  • The SGA has announced that the Homecoming Dance theme will be Starry Night.

Women’s soccer experiences deja vu

Stephanie Laird, Sports Editor; Henry Shepard, Reporter

November 17, 2010

The JC women’s soccer team made it all the way into the semi-finals this fall. Finishing with a record of 12-2-3, the team was very satisfied with how the season went. According to junior Shelby Foit, the team wasn’t expected...

JC fights hard despite loss to Curley

Brian Reid, Sports Editor

November 9, 2010

On Friday Nov. 5, JC played their final game for this season. It was the last game for JC football’s seniors and they were determined to come up with a win against Archbishop Curley. The game didn’t start too well for JC...

Men’s soccer season ends in a loss

Henry Shepard, Reporter

November 4, 2010

Thursday, the Archbishop Curley Friars (7-7) outscored the JC Patriots (2-12) in men’s soccer 4-2 in the final game of the regular season. Before the game, seniors Andrew Brown, Nick Clarke, Austin Kozel, Tony Orbino, Shaun...

Patriots overcome 2-0 deficit to bring home championship title

Brian Reid, Sports editor

November 3, 2010

After watching the IAAM C Conference championship go into five games, the JC women’s volleyball team was ready to take the court. They played for the B Conference Championship against archrival Maryvale. The Patriots were 2-0...

Miele breaks 1000 yards in Patriots’ loss to Boys Latin

Brian Reid, Sports Editor

October 31, 2010

The varsity football team was knocked out of contention for the B Conference Championship when they lost Friday night to Boys Latin. JC was forced to punt on their first possession, and Boys Latin decided to run over the Patriots....

Women’s soccer ties Mercy

Henry Shepard, Reporter

October 29, 2010

The fifth ranked JC women’s Soccer team (8-0-2, 3-0-2 IAAM A) battled to a 0-0 draw in double overtime game against second ranked Mercy (9-1-1, 3-0-1 IAAM A) Wednesday. The top five clashes had important implications for...

Men’s soccer falls in crucial game

Henry Shepard, Reporter

October 25, 2010

In a crucial MIAA A Conference men’s soccer game, the visiting Loyola Dons (4-6) topped JC 3-0 behind three second half strikes from three different Loyola players. The game began at a quick pace and maintained the momentum...

Undefeated Patriots spike their way into playoffs

Brian Reid

October 20, 2010

The varsity women’s volleyball team is playoff-bound after a dominant victory over Annapolis Area Christian School (AACS) on October 18. The team started off slowly but came back on senior captain Jenny Hottle’s serving...

JC takes home a win in Homecoming game

Brian Reid, Sports Section Editor

October 12, 2010

The fans were pumped.  The team was prepared.  The marching band and cheerleaders were ready.  The stage was set for the JC homecoming game. The offense started off slowly, fumbling the ball away on their first possession. ...

Pep rally kicks off Homecoming celebration

Meghan Kazanski

October 9, 2010

Flashing lights, fizzling fog, and free gold beads for students — the gym was filled with elation as the pep rally kicked off the 2010 Homecoming celebration on Oct. 8 According to Senior Amanda Hudak, this year’s pep rally...

JC dominates Mount Carmel

Brian Reid, Sports Editor

October 6, 2010

The game was close.  In the first half, that is. Mount Carmel lit up the scoreboard 24 seconds into the first half on a long pass play. After the extra point was blocked, the score was 6-0 Mt. Carmel. It looked like it was...

Coach, athlete run into knee troubles

Amanda Graziano, Reporter

October 6, 2010

Sweat dripping from junior cross country runner, Taylor Hooper’s face, she dares to glance down at her knee.  It looks perfectly normal, but it’s throbbing.  Her heart is pounding and a million thoughts are racing through...

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