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BNI freshman and daughter of former WNBA player, Courtney Blakely

Nicole Garcia, Staff Reporter

November 10, 2017

Filed under Sports, Student Life, Top Stories

Bishop Noll freshman and daughter of former WNBA basketball player, Courtney Blakely, plans on taking Noll’s basketball team by storm this season. Being around basketball her entire life, Blakely started playing the sport w...

Injury after Injury, but she keeps on going

Alexander Romo, Staff Reporter

November 10, 2017

Filed under Sports, Student Life

Injuries always happens to player. Megan Sullivan has the worst luck and has been injured too many times. But how does she keep a positive mind with all these obstacles?   Megan Sullivan is a senior at Bishop Noll In...

Bishop Noll had to wait 19 year for their next soccer regional title.

Alexander Romo and Angel Barreto, Staff Reporters

November 10, 2017

Filed under Sports

  On October 17, Bishop Noll took on West Lafayette in the Mishawaka Marian Regional Championship Final.   “I wasn't nervous .My thought was how the other team is going to come after us and how are we going to h...

Jaron’s first time playing at BNI

October 25, 2017

Filed under Sports

Bishop Noll junior soccer player Jaron Nash is excited to play soccer for the first time at BNI. Jaron played soccer when he was 4 years old and in 5th- 8th grade but lost a little interest and instead, turned his athletic talents...

Hockey returns after winning State last year

Dominic Companiott, Sports Editor

October 25, 2017

Filed under News, Opinion, Sports, Student Life

After winning the A-level State Championship last year, the hockey team has a strong presence in level AA this year with 16 of its 22 players returning. Assistant coach Josh Belko has high hopes and expectations for this year. “I...

Chris Bender

Dominic Companiott, Sports Editor

October 18, 2017

Filed under Sports

After a second-season ending injury, junior Chris Bender, a captain and leader of the Bishop Noll football team, plans to come back next year but in a different way.    “I plan not only to come back, but to come back strong...

Julian Smith

Julian Smith

October 18, 2017

Mr. Quinn Cloghessy

Angel Barreto, Staff Reporter

September 29, 2017

Filed under Sports, Student Life

Mr. Quinn Cloghessy, social studies teacher and assistant soccer coach, is someone that everyone knows at Bishop Noll. His love for soccer and history is incredible.   Cloghessy has been playing soccer since he was...

Payton Hewlett: pride of Warrior nation

Lexciey Carrasco, Staff Reporter

September 27, 2017

Filed under Sports

Where do you want to go to college? The main schools I'm looking at are IUB and Butler.   What was your best game you played? The best game I played was this year, week 3 against Wheeler. I had about 150+ receiving yards, and had a decent defensive...

Four freshman add depth to already solid boys varsity soccer roster

Alexander Romo and Cori Whelan, Staff Reporters

September 27, 2017

Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Bishop Noll’s boys varsity team welcomes four talented freshman players to help grasp the goal of reaching their full potential and making it far during post-season. All four freshmen see quality playing time every game, making it one of the soccer team’s youngest and most talented varsity rosters in several years. Ja...

Julian Smith: pride of Warrior nation

Daphne Nunez, Staff Reporter

September 27, 2017

Filed under Sports

Julian Smith #8 ( Wide Receiver and Free safety ) Q:Position A:Wide Receiver , Free Safety Q:Where do you want to go to college? A: University of Florida   Q:What was your best game you played? A:Last year close game...

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