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:
Warriors get back on track with 35-6 football victory over Thornridge in Southwest Suburban Red opener.
After getting overpowered by Crete-Monee, the Lincoln-Way West football team needed a confidence boost. It didn't come in the first half of Saturday's game against Thornridge in Dolton, as the Warriors found themselves in a tight contest. It finally did arrive in the second half, as the Warriors (2-1) rode the back of Nick Dangles and went on to rout Thornridge, 35-6, in the Southwest Suburban Red opener. Last fall, the Providence football team didn't pick up its third victory until, well, never, as the Celtics finished 2-7 overall. But that was then. This is now. Providence picked up win No. 3 of 2011 during a 49-31 victory over St. Laurence on Friday night in New Lenox. Andy Hoffmeister led the way for the Celtics, rushing for four …