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on February 1, 2017
by Dan Brannan, Riverbender.com published February 1 2017 2:17 PM ALTON - Shelia Beiermann is in her 17th year of working as a secretary at Marquette Catholic High School in Alton and she is one of the most recognized and beloved individuals in the entire athletic department. Beiermann is also the backup secretary for t...
on February 1, 2017
by Bill Roseberry, Advantage News on January 31, 2017 ALTON — Father McGivney was taking notes on Tuesday when it visited Marquette Catholic High School. A first-year varsity program at a parochial Catholic school, the Griffins hope to mimic the Explorers’ success. They’ve got a little ways to go right now, as Marquette c...
on January 30, 2017
by Theo Tate, Advantage News on January 28, 2017 CARROLLTON — For the second time in less than 24 hours, the Marquette Catholic Explorers pulled off another overtime victory in the Carrollton Tournament. This time, it helped them win some hardware. The Explorers beat the Quincy Notre Dame Raiders 52-51 in overtime in the consola...
on January 30, 2017
by Madelaine Gerard, Riverbender.com on January 28 2017  ALTON - In their breast cancer awareness game, the Marquette Catholic High School Explorers boys' basketball team certainly packed the place pink for their home game against the East Alton-Wood River Oilers Friday evening.  The Explorers...
on January 26, 2017
By Doug Jenkins - WBGZ Radio 1/25/17 Godfrey native and Marquette Catholic High School graduate Craig Hentrich will be inducted into the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame.  The organization is holding its first all-Illinois induction ceremony next Thursday. Hentrich made a career as a punter in the NFL, winning a Superbowl with the Green ...
on January 25, 2017
by AdVantage News on January 25, 2017 Marquette Catholic senior Emma Taylor (middle in front row) signed a letter of intent to play softball for John Wood Community College in Quincy next year. Marquette Catholic senior Emma Taylor signed a letter of intent to play softball for John Wood Community College in Quincy f...
on January 23, 2017
POSTED ON JANUARY 22, 2017 BY ALTON TELEGRAPH Separated by more than 4,000 miles, Edwardsville’s AJ Epenesa and Mark Smith both earned Most Valuable Player trophies on Saturday. Epenesa’s honor came from his defensive performance at the Polynesian Bowl all-star football game in Hawaii. Smith added to the riches ...
on January 23, 2017
by Jason Sibert, Advantage News on January 22, 2017 First-year Marquette girls’ basketball head coach Lee Green talks to his players Tuesday during a 55-48 win over Metro East Lutheran. The Explorers were 10-10 following the win and continue to improve on the season. The Marquette Catholic girls’ basketball team...
on January 23, 2017
by Brent Feeney, Riverbender.com on January 22 2017  Stepping into this year's starting lineup for Marquette Catholic's girls basketball team has been a big achievement for the Explorers' Taylor Aguirre. “The starting five is just a good group of girls who try to put our efforts together,” Aguirre said. ...
on January 20, 2017
by Theo Tate, Advantage News on January 20, 2017 ALTON -- For the first time this season, the Marquette Catholic Explorers are over the .500 mark. Now, they hope to stay there for the rest of the season. The Explorers improved to 10-9 after cruising to a 53-20 win over the Roxana Shells on Thursday at home. Marquette, which won its second...
on January 20, 2017
by Brent Feeney, Riverbender.com on January 20 2017  ALTON – Marquette Catholic started a bowling program this season and, like many expansion teams regardless of the level or sport, has experienced the ups and downs of a first year in competition. Explorer freshman Jake Gatermann has enjoyed being a part of the first ...
on January 18, 2017
by Brent Feeney, Riverbender.com, published January 18 2017 6:50 AM EDWARDSVILLE – Marquette Catholic's preparation for Metro East Lutheran paid off well for the Explorers Tuesday night. “We scouted Metro and had seen them twice,” Explorer coach Lee Green said. “We knew they were going to pl...
on January 17, 2017
by Brent Feeney, Riverbender.com, published January 16 2017 4:06 PM ALTON – Both Marquette Catholic and Jersey's boys bowling teams turned up for Monday's IHSA Regional tournament at Bowl Haven Lanes in Alton with a match Wednesday evening before the ice storm hit Friday. The Panther boys defeated the Explorers 33-7 in the S...
on January 9, 2017
by Theo Tate, Advantage News on January 7, 2017 The Marquette boys’ basketball poses with the championship plaque from the Freeburg-Columbia Holiday Tournament on Dec. 29 in Freeburg after besting Columbia 52-45 in the title game. Seven years ago, Steve Medford was named the new boys’ basketball coach at Marqu...
on December 28, 2016
by Jason Sibert, Advantage News on December 27, 2016 FREEBURG — The Marquette Catholic Explorers flew by the host Freeburg Midgets on Tuesday night in the Freeburg-Columbia Holiday Tournament. The Explorers improved to 11-1 on the season with the 55-31 pool play win. Marquette earlier earned wins over Lebanon and Civic Memorial...
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