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Flashback Friday – 2004 JV Boys Basketball

It’s no surprise the JV Basketball team had another great year. They won 14 out of 16 games going 14-2 on the season. They lost two heart-breakers, one to Belpre by a bucket, and the other to Williamstown by one point. This home game against Williamstown was a hard fought loss for the Crusaders, coming

Crusaders host Irish

The Crusaders will host Clarksburg Notre Dame this evening in their first home contest. The Crusaders (3-1) are coming off of a win against Wirt County Tuesday evening. They will face a Notre Dame team that won the state title last season. It is sure to be a fast paced game. The Crusaders are hoping

Crusaders take on Tigers

The Crusaders (2-1) travel to Elizabeth this evening to take on the Tigers (0-2). The Crusaders are looking to pick up a road win before their first home game on Thursday. If you are able, make the short trip to Elizabeth this evening to support the Crusaders. JV action gets underway at 6:00 p.m. Let’s

Crusaderettes triumph over Devils

The Crusaderettes hosted the St. Marys Blue Devils last night in a home LKC match up. The Crusaderettes came out strong, and never relinquished their goal of defeating the Devils and remaining undefeated. The Crusaderettes were led by Madeline Huffman and Aaliyah Brunny. The team travels to Charleston tomorrow, to take on the Irish of

Crusaderettes host Blue Devils

Tonight is a “Green Out” in honor of Mr. John Lowther, who is undergoing chemotherapy treatments in Morgantown. Shirts and bracelets will be sold at the game. The Parkersburg Catholic Crusaderettes take on the St. Marys Blue Devils this evening at home. Junior Varsity starts at 6:00 p.m. with Varsity following at 7:30 p.m. Come

Crusaders defeat Ritchie County

The Parkersburg Catholic Crusaders defeated the Ritchie County Rebels by a score of 62-46 improving to 2-1 on the season. The Crusaders were led by Cade Ullman (19) and Patrick CopenĀ  (24). The Crusaders started the game off on a 10-0 run and keptĀ  control of the game through all four quarters. The Crusaders will