Archive - Feb 13, 2014
The St. Marys Area Dutch wrestlers were two points away from a perfect score as they routed the Bradford Owls 82-0 on Thursday night in a match that was also senior night for the Dutchmen.
The victory sets new school records for both most points scored in a single match and largest margin of victory. The previous record was a 78-point victory over Kane during the 1998-1999 season.
During the weekend of Jan. 17-19, DDCC of April School of Dance traveled to Pittsburgh toÂ take classes and compete at the DanceMakers, Inc. convention and competition. The company earned adjudication awards as well as overall awards for each of their 22 dances choreographed byÂ artistic director Jennifer Blankenship of KaneÂ and her sister Chelle Blankenship.Â The judgesÂ picked three dancesÂ out of 250 performances they wanted to see danced again. DDCC's "Lemonade" was awarded a "Dance AGAIN" andÂ was performed at the convention's WrapIt Ceremony.
In an effort to protect students, visitors and school property, St. Marys Area School District looks to their network of security cameras in tracking daily activity within the schools and a recent donation of two new 50-inch televisions to St. Marys Area High School has played a role in significantly enhancing the visibility of the cameras' footage.
Military markers dot the landscape throughout the St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery. One is located adjacent to each veteran's grave indicating the conflict in which they served.Â
These men and women served in the armed forces throughout the country's history, and Beimel shared a few of their stories during a tour of the cemetery earlier this year.Â
The Elk County Catholic Crusader basketball team closed out their regular season with a 62-41 victory over the Bradford Owls Wednesday night at the ECCHS gym on Senior Parent Night.
The St. Marys Area Dutch basketball team ended their season with a 61-48 loss to the St. Joseph's Catholic Academy Wolves on Wednesday night at the SMAHS Dutch Oven.