Four Crushers traveled to the Bahamas's part of a Mission Trip in June. The students were with a group of thirty-one individuals from seven different schools from the surrounding area. They worked on multiple houses within a small Haitian refugee community; repairing roofs, painting, and other construction jobs. They also took part in planning and implementing a Vacation Bible School for over fifty of the location children. Pictured (left to right): Lindsay Darcangelo ('15), Jennifer Stohon, Nicholas McGowan, and Marissa Darcangelo.
Sierra Widmar attended the United States Naval Academy Summer Seminar in Annapolis, Md. for a week. She finished in the top 8 of her platoon and earned the right to compete in the drills competition. She also attended the United States Airforce Summer Seminar in Colorado Springs, Colorado for a week.
Yuxin (Hubert) Lui is competing in the TSA Nationals in Atlanta, Georgia. He is in the category of Prepared Presentation, and after the first day of competition he moved directly into the Semifinal round. Good luck Hubert!
Connor Coyle, Rachel Nagy, Ben Murdy and Nick Muciola just returned from a 10 day adventure in Ambialet, France. In Ambialet, they earned college credits at Saint Francis University and also participated in day trips around the area. We would like to thank Saint Francis University for their continued partnership in this great program! Bishop McCort prepared them to take on this challenge!
Calling all members of the Crusher Nation… The Annual ALS Walk at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown is scheduled to take place on Saturday, July 28th, 2018. Bishop McCort walks in honor of Pete Duranko ('62) and all those affected by ALS. Pete has meant so much to the school both on and off the field. A limited number of Bishop McCort "For Pete's Sake" t-shirts will be available to the first participants and a donation of $10 or more. Registration begins at 8AM followed by the walk at 10AM.
Congratulations to the Girls Softball Team on winning the Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference. The team compiled a 12-5 record and made it to the District 6 Semifinals.