St. Albert the Great School wins academic league competition

A team from St. Albert the Great School won the Catholic School Academic League’s season-ending quick recall tournament for fourth- and fifth-graders. St. Albert-blue defeated St. Margaret Mary School’s white team in the final match held March 7 at St. Nicholas Academy. The final score was 29-13.

In semi-final play, St. Margaret Mary-white defeated St. Margaret Mary-black 24-15, and St. Albert-blue defeated St. Stephen Martyr School 32-17.

Members of the St. Albert-blue team, which was undefeated, included Phoebe Bunting, Jonathan Eng, Drew Grimm, Sam Kalbfleisch, Isaac McQuillen, Graham Molinari, Ethan Salazar and Gracie Smith. Their coach was Lucy Geerer.

Forty-six teams from 27 schools participated in the fourth- to fifth-grade league this season. The Catholic Schools Academic League, which marked its 22nd year in January, coordinates quick recall matches during the regular season and tournament play for Louisville-area schools. For more information, contact Lisa Kleyer at 425-3940, ext. 103, or send an email to csalqr@hotmail.com.

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