December 3, 2010

We are the champions again!

Father Guillaume Bruté, a seminary rector in Beirut, Lebanon, left, and Archbishop Daniel M. Buechlein pose for a photograph on Nov. 8 in the chancery at the Archbishop O’Meara Catholic Center in Indianapolis. They are holding a portrait of the Servant of God Bishop Simon Guillaume Gabriel Bruté de Rémur, Father Bruté’s great-great-great-great uncle. (Photo by Mary Ann Wyand)

Click the image above to see our photo spread of high school football.

State championships are a tradition for the football teams at Bishop Chatard High School and Cathedral High School in Indianapolis. That success continued on Nov. 27 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis as both schools earned Indiana High School Athletic Association state championship trophies.

The Trojans of Bishop Chatard High School—the archdiocesan high school for the Indianapolis North Deanery—achieved a record 10th state title in football when they defeated St. Joseph High School in South Bend 28-14 for the Class 3A championship.

The Irish of Cathedral High School—a private Catholic high school—earned their eighth state football title by beating Bishop Dwenger High School of Fort Wayne 31-20 for the Class 4A championship.

See our photo essay which celebrates the success of the championship teams:


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