Monday, November 26, 2012
Providence Catholic High School congratulates those who signed athletic letters of intent.
Eight student athletes from Providence Catholic High School signed national letters of intent, agreeing to attend a variety of colleges and universities. Five Providence girls and three boys signed on for collegiate sports commitments. Don Sebestyen, principal of Providence Catholic High School, said, “We are very proud of these young men and women who have worked hard both in and outside of the classroom. We wish them the very best in college and in life.” For girls volleyball: For girls softball: For girls basketball: For boys baseball: For boys volleyball:
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Andrew baseball standout Dan Durkin notched 10 straight hits in one three-game stretch. He also outpolled 11 others in Patch's weekly MVP balloting. He is now eligible for March Patch Athlete of the Month recognition.
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Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Sophomore shortstop Courtney Pych and freshman third baseman Morgan Greenwood are two of the promising youngsters in the Celtics' starting lineup. The two combined to wreak havoc in Providence's 11-5 victory over Lincoln-Way Central on Tuesday.
On the left side of the infield, the Providence Catholic High School softball team features two promising young guns. Sophomore shortstop Courtney Pych and freshman third baseman Morgan Greenwood are working together in a bid to point the Celtics in the right direction. Pych had two hits in four at-bats in Providence’s 11-5 victory over cross-town rival Lincoln-Way Central on Tuesday afternoon. Greenwood added two hits and drove in three runs. Both connected for their first career varsity home runs. And, with the exception of one communication breakdown on a slow roller that led to an infield hit for Lincoln-Way Central’s Kaleigh Barrett in the top of the sixth, Pych and Greenwood played sparkling defense. Greenwood showed off her arm …
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Providence 11, Lincoln-Way Central 5: Courtney Pych's solo homer in the bottom of the first inning sparked the Celtics in a non-conference victory over their cross-town rivals on Tuesday afternoon in New Lenox.
Touching All the Bases: On a day when the Providence Catholic softball team erupted for 11 runs on 14 hits in an 11-5 victory over cross-town rival Lincoln-Way Central, one at-bat served to swing momentum and ignite the Celtics. When sophomore shortstop Courtney Pych stepped in to face the Knights’ Alyssa Farbak in the bottom of the first inning Tuesday, Providence trailed 3-0. Lincoln-Way Central scored three runs on two hits, two walks and an error in the top half of the inning. Michelle Kriegshauser’s RBI single capped the early uprising for the Knights. Pych turned the ball—and the game—around in a hurry leading off for the Celtics. She blasted a 2-1 pitch down the line in left for a solo homer—the first of her varsity career. …