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The Huskies were the District 6 Champions Again!

With a 65-34 victory over Portage at Saint Francis University, the boys’ basketball team won the District 6, class A title for the fourth time in eight years. This victory also makes back-to-back 6-A titles for the boy’s team! Though they fell behind in the first quarter, the boys worked defense hard, and made us proud. Great job, Huskies!

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Your Help Could be Music to Our Ears

Our music department has high hopes for purchasing a marimba or set of vibes. The money we recently raised went towards the purchase of much-needed new music stands, but with your help we can add a new instrument to our program.

We’ve found two deals at great prices! Both a marimba and a set of vibes would cost us between $3,500 and $4,500 new. However, we’ve found deals for these at $1,000 each.

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Auction Donors Sought for Gala

Do you have a timeshare in Disney? A condo in Ocean City? A vacation home in the mountains? Since starting our Carrollian Gala, we’ve been blessed to receive generous items for our auction, from original artwork to sports memorabilia and more. We received some feedback last year that in addition to sporting event packages, bidders are interested in other types of experiences, such as vacations and getaways. If you own a property you’d be willing to donate for a week or a long weekend, please reach out to Kathy Oravec in our alumni office at (814) 472-7500 x104. Thank you for helping to make our Carrollian Gala auction a continued success!

WJAC-TV Recognizes Two Seniors for Their Volunteer Work

Our very own Brandon Martinazzi and Nik Suckinos were featured in WJAC-TV’s "Making a Difference” on February 6th. Both of these seniors are top students and are active in athletics and school clubs, and yet they continue to step up inside and outside of the classroom.

“Since we were freshmen, we just try to be the best we can be,” says Martianazzi. “Help kids out and think of others before we think of ourselves.”

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Coach Gongloff’s Return Brings Success to Girls’ Basketball Team

The Girl’s Basketball team, which holds a 14-3 overall record, seems to be heading towards the District 6-A championship! With four key players—senior Alli Farabaugh, juniors Jordan Novak and Ellie Yahner, and sophomore Jourdan Williams—out due to various injuries, the team has been relying on their younger players.

“The willingness for the players to go beyond how far they feel they’re capable has been a big key for us,” Gongloff says. “They’re impressing me with their work ethic. They’re as good a team as any that I’ve ever coached.”

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The Success of a BCCHS Graduate, Former Teacher and Principal

From the Bishop Carroll community, we want to extend a congratulations to former principal Kristie Wolfe. She will be featured in Faces of Columbia in the March issue of Inside Columbia Magazine.

Kristie graduated from Bishop Carroll in 1988, taught at BCCHS, and was principal before moving to Columbia, MO.

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