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The 'Cats top the Parma Redmen on Senior night

Matt MacKenzie '18

It was senior night at Robert M. Boulton Stadium, for the Saint Ignatius Wildcats, and they were led by a huge performance from senior captain Dennis Grosel.

The Wildcats fall to the Mentor Cardinals 63-56

by Carter Spearry '16 The scoring was early and often, starting with a 44 yard touchdown run by Mentor tailback Frank Toth. The Wildcats responded more »

Pasko looks back at fifty years at Saint Ignatius

by Patrick Millican '15 and Sam Royer '15

After receiving a teaching degree from Hamilton College, Tom Pasko hon. ‘96 came to Saint Ignatius in 1965 seeking a job.

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Wildcats down Warriors with comeback drive

by Matt MacKenzie '18

In a thrilling come from behind victory the Wildcats came back to defeat Walsh Jesuit 30-27 thanks to a touchdown pass from Dennis Grosel to Jimmy Burger with 8 seconds to go in regulation.

Wildcats react to Pope Francis’ address to Congress

by Gabe Mielke ‘16

In the midst of classes on Thursday, September 24, Pope Francis addressed the assembled members of the United States Congress, becoming the first pope to ever do so. It is to be expected that a number of Wildcats would have opinions about the Pope’s address.

Senate lets the students steer homecoming plans

by Gabe Mielke '16

Student Senate President Mitch Pallaki talks homecoming plans in advance of the big night.


Pallaki gets ready to follow honorable Mulach presidency

By Sam Royer ‘15

This week marks the official transition from Pat Mulach ‘15 to Mitch Pallaki ‘16 as Student Body President.


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Bradesca announces update in cell-phone policy

by Sam Royer '15

“The ‘decriminalization’ of cell phone use is upon us,” Principal Bradesca ’88 has declared. After what has seemed like a long year of prohibited cell-phone use, an update in the school policy is being set in place.


St. Mary's Chapel's impressive new organ is the life's work of alum

by Owen Hearns '17

The Blue and Gold tour of 2013 brought about an unusual request for Fr. Murphy and Don Isabella, Major Gifts Officer.

The I in the sky: new drone MAGIS1 is taking views to new heights

by Matt Koehler ‘15

The new drone has been seen flying over the school in recent test launches.

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Rade serving more than just food this year, serving 'healthy' purpose

By Brad Horton '15

“There’s a story behind everything we do.” I never thought about the world behind the scenes of the cafeteria.

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Arts and Entertainment

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Restaurant Review: Jack Flaps

by Sam Royer ‘15

Jack Flaps Urban Breakfast Shoppe is one of many restaurants in Ohio City which prides itself on its uniqueness.


Art Spotlight: Sullivan Ratcliff '16

By Brad Horton '15

Sullivan Ratcliff ’16 has been acting since preschool, and he enjoyed every minute of it.

Tech Talk: Dying Light (PC)

by Sam Brown '15

Developed by Techland and released on January 27th, 2015 for Windows, Linux, Xbox One, and PS4, Dying Light is the latest survival horror video game added to the genre that was started with titles like DayZ (ARMA II), Dead Island, and others.

Music Review: J. Cole's Forest Hills Drive

by James Zajaczkowski '15 and Dylan Welch '15

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The 'Cats top the Patriots 41-0

by Matt MacKenzie '18

On a wet and rainy night at Byers Field, the Saint Ignatius Wildcats cruised to a 41-0 victory over Valley Forge. The ‘Cats ran early and often as Jimmy Andrews dominated on the ground. The defense also recorded their first shutout since 2012 en route to the victory.

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Wildcats excel in Men’s Regional Gymnastics Championship

By Gabe Mielke '16

During the last weekend of Easter Break, from Friday, April 10 until Sunday, April 12, right before we all came back to school, two fellow Wildcats competed in the USA Men’s Gymnastics Regional Championship.

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