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Our Lady Crusaders Cross Country team had a busy morning with both Varsity and JV teams earning 1st place finishes at the Incarnate Word Academy Invitational this morning! Congrats ladies for your first meet win of the season and hoping for many more! The Varsity team dominated the course with L. Kastenschmidt (SO) claiming 5th place, E. Engelbart (JR) in 6th place, and K. Wendler (JR) in 11th place. The team packed well as the four other Lady Crusader runners followed closely behind included A. Zindler (FR), E. Cooper (JR), A. Schatte (SR), and M. Jones (JR). The JV team…

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The Concordia Lutheran Girls’ Soccer program landed 5 players on the Lutheran All-American Team. Twenty-three girls’ high school soccer players from among the nearly 200 Lutheran high schools in the USA and Canada received the Lutheran All-American Association’s (LAAA) 1st Team All-American Award. This honor is awarded annually to recognize the best players at their respective positions from their high school season. In all, 95 players across North America were named to the 1st Team, 2nd Team, and Honorable Mention or Freshman Team High School All-American teams. At the end of the high school season Coaches and Athletic Directors nominate…

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On Thursday night, the Crusader LAX programed suffered a close defeat to the Foster Falcons 8-5 in their final home game of the 2018 season. Foster came in undefeated against DIII Varsity opponents and almost overlooked the Crusaders who are now 1-8 on the season.  The Falcons feature some of the top overall players in the 10-team DIII league with first team all-stars at Goalie, Face Off, Attack and Midfield.  However, the Crusaders came ready to play on Senior night and punched the Falcons in the face in intensity and physical defense in the first half. The first quarter was…

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The Concordia Lacrosse team earned their first victory of the 2018 season last night as they beat The Village School 10-5. This marks the highest goal total in school history for the Crusaders as the previous highest goal total had previously been 5. In the second year of having a program, the team has continued to improve every game and dominated the Vikings with better ball handling and overall athleticism and moved to 1-7 overall on the season.  Village (0-9) surprised the Crusaders and scored the game’s first goal at 11:42 of the 1st quarter by taking only 18 seconds…

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It’s baseball season again and as the pros start their season, Sadernation wants to send out blessings to our 3 Professional baseball players.  Adam Oller, Shane Baz and Ke’Bryan Hayes! We also want to say congratulations to Ke’Bryan Hayes for winning the 2017 Rawlings Gold Glove Award! The Rawlings Gold Glove Award is recognized as baseball’s highest measure of defensive excellence. Hayes is a third basemen for the Bradenton Marauders, the Marauders are the Class A-Advanced affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. He had a .974 fielding percentage in 108 games. He only committed 8 errors in 307 chances, recording 245 assists.  

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On Tuesday night, Feb. 27th, the Crusader Lacrosse team suffered another tough defeat at the beginning of their season losing 15-2 to Klein’s DIII team. Shorthanded Concordia was outmanned for an uphill battle against the perennially strong LAX program in Klein, with 7 Crusader players missing the game due to illness or other school commitments. The Crusaders lost to the Bearkats 15-2 and CLHS goals were scored by J. Beamesderfer (Jr.) and E. Stuckey (Sr.). The first three games of the season have been against talented, established programs, but the Crusaders look to capture their first win on the season…

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