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Padua Hockey Head Coach Greg Coyle ’77 chosen as GLHL Coach of the Year

Hockey Head Coach Greg Coyle ’77 was honored this past weekend as the Great Lakes Hockey League (GLHL) Coach of the Year for 2014-2015 season. The 3rd year head coach has led the Bruins to many overtime victories and also the Walsh Jesuit MLK Classic Tournament Championship as well this season.  Coyle will take his Bruins into

Wrestling team suffers loss at State Dual Finals in Columbus

On Saturday Night, the Padua Wrestling team competed in the Finals of the State Duals and suffered a heartbreaking defeat at the hands of Uhrichsville Claymont 31-19.This Thursday night, Padua will be hosting Parma Senior High in their final Dual Meet of the season and this will also be the final meet for eight seniors

Swimmers advance to Districts

The following individuals have qualified for the District Swim Meet at Cleveland State this Friday February 20th: Girls: 200 Meter Medley Relay-Caelin McManis,Amanda Peloso,Deater Martin,Katelyn Wisniewski 200 Meter IM- Alyssa Thomas and Amanda Peloso 50 Meter Freestyle- Deater Martin 100 Fly- Alyssa Thomas and Deater Martin 500 Meter Freestyle- Katelyn Wisniewski 200 Meter Freestyle Relay-Caelin

Hockey beats Walsh 9-1

In the Consolation Bracket of the Cleveland Cup Tournament, Padua defeated Walsh Jesuit 9-1 on Saturday afternoon at OBM Arena. Goals were scored by Freshmen Gavin Davison (3) and Trenton Cramer, Seniors Brett Majors, Alec Demsey, Jimmy Szpak, Jake Cramer and Junior Jake Lutch. The Bruins will take this win into postseason play as they

Girls Basketball defeats Lake Catholic 55-39

Senior Savannah Heckelmoser led all scorers with 16 points and Senior Kristi Vopat also scored in double figures to led the Lady Bruins to victory over Lake Catholic. With this win, the Lady Bruins improve to 10-11 overall and 6-3 in the North Coast League Blue Division. The Girls will have their last game prior to

Padua Gymnasts compete in Sectional Tournament

Junior Chloe Ochocki and Sophomore Natalie Tusick will be competing in Sectional Competition today at West Geagua High School. Good luck to both of these ladies as the represent Padua Franciscan High School at Sectionals!   GO BRUINS!!!!

Boys Basketball falls to Archbishop Hoban 72-71

A back and forth game all night came down to free throws with 0.4 left in the game from Brenden Spaulding to seal the deal for Archbishop Hoban on Friday Night. Padua had a chance at the end to win the game as Junior Nic Anderle caught a cross court pass after the made free

Alumni Spotlight: Kaitlyn Leary ’10

‘From every end comes a new beginning’, This common expression is 100 percent true for Ohio State University All-American, Kaitlyn Leary. Leary led Padua Franciscan High School to two volleyball state championships in 2008 and 2009 and made the USA Volleyball Girls Youth National Training Team before advancing to the collegiate level. Receiving a full

Hockey suffers defeat to St. Ed’s 4-2 in Cleveland Cup

On Thursday Night, the 6th seeded Padua Bruins Hockey team fell to the 3rd seeded St. Ed’s Hockey Team 4-2 in the Cleveland Cup Hockey Tournament. Goals were scored by Seniors Alec Demsey and Jimmy Spzak while Sophomore Lynsey Wallace had 42 saves on the night. Padua will be facing Walsh Jesuit on Saturday with the

Hockey 4th seed in Division I Brooklyn District

The Padua Hockey team will await the victor of the Strongsville vs Parma  game on Monday February 16th to see who they will play in Sectional Semi-Final action on Thursday February 19th with the puck dropping at 5:30 pm. The link below has the up-to-date bracket for next weeks games at Brooklyn Recreation Center: http://brackets.myohsaa.org/bracket.aspx?t=5613&ts=12862&not=22