Jack Eagan, Turret staff writer
CBC Lacrosse is known as a powerhouse in the lacrosse community due to two state championships and an overtime loss in the 2014 state championship. The Cadets are looking to bounce back from last year’s state loss by coming out on top this year. They opened the season facing some adversity with one of the captains and star midfielder Cam Corona suffering an injury during the team’s trip to Orlando, Florida. The Cadets first game was against a Metro Catholic Conference rival De Smet Jesuit High School. The Spartans came out and took the game with a 16-6 victory over the Cadets.
Tom Hartbeck, Turret staff writer
On the CBC athletics page it is not likely to see the sport of ultimate, a 7 on 7 sport where players do not need a ball or special fields. All that is needed is a disc and 8 cones. Invented and popularized on college campuses around the country, ultimate frisbee, as it is known to the masses, is one of the fastest growing sports in the world. It has gained attention from the International Olympic Committee and is popular on college campuses around the U. S., with many major universities fielding club teams like the universities of Colorado, Pittsburg, Missouri, and Arizona. In the past five years ultimate has also had two professional leagues form: the American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL) and Major League Ultimate (MLU).
Sam Skaggs, Turret staff writer
CBC water polo kicked off the season on February 27. The team has 24 players including captains Cole Robinson, junior and Dan FareI, senior. Several team members were interviewed about the season.
“This year we have some good freshman prospects like Johnny Altoff and Siller Wehrmann,”said sophomore Kaden Conley who played last year.
Charlie Eversman, sophomore, said that he believes that the team can really step it up this year if they give it their all.
Jack Stark, senior, left some advice for the rest of the team to work hard and they will improve.
Over spring break the team went to a tournament in Chicago and team captain Farel said that it really helped the team, “During the tournament we learned new strategies that will improve our team.”
On March 26 the Cadets also beat De Smet in the JV game and lost to them by one point in the Varsity game. On April 6 the Cadets play Fort Zumwalt West at 6:30 p.m. at Principia.
Ryan Scott, Turret staff writer
For the 2015 CBC track and field season, there are 87 student athletes that have come out to establish themselves as part of one of the best teams in St. Louis. Practices have begun and the young athletes have gotten a sense of the intensity of workouts and what head track coach, Brandon Tripp, is trying to accomplish this year.
Jack Eagan, Turret staff writer
Yes, the legendary CBC Icemen have done it again. They breezed their way into their 14th state championship. With two resounding wins against a young Fort Zumwalt West team, the Icemen secured their spot in the Challenge Cup Final against Metro Catholic Conference rival St. Louis University High School. The Cadets were definitely looking for redemption after the devastating overtime loss to the Jr. Bills in 2013’s state final.