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Thornton Invite – Track & Field

February 17th, 2019|

The track & field team competed in the Thornton Invite on Thursday, February 14.  The varsity team placed 2nd (116-110), while the frosh/soph team also placed 2nd (102-101). For the third straight meet, Dan Spellman was the varsity 1600m champion. His time of 4:39, currently ranks him #18 in the state. Frosh/soph event champions include Dwayne Moorehead in the 60m, [...]

The Standard: Hockey Winter Classic Game

February 14th, 2019|Tags: |

By  Matt Funk ‘19  This past week the Brother Rice Skating Crusaders beat Mount Carmel 8-3. Unlike every other game of the year, this was the Winter Classic, the only game played outside. The Crusaders started off the game hot, going up 8-0 in the second period. Matt Moro had a hat trick and Luke Lawrence had two. “We [...]

The Standard: Brother Rice Hockey Struggles on Senior Night

February 13th, 2019|Tags: |

By Mike Corcoran ‘19 As the season is coming to a close, the Brother Rice Hockey team got a chance to honor their eight seniors on Thursday. Pre-game hype was in the air as the puck was set to drop at 7:30. Brother Rice knew that going in this was sure to be one of their toughest matchups so [...]

Br. Rice vs St. Laurence Pre-sale Tickets

February 11th, 2019|

Attention Crusader fans! We will have a limited number of pre-sale tickets for the Brother Rice vs. St. Laurence basketball game, which will be played at St. Laurence this Friday, February 15, 2019.  Tickets will go on sale to the general public in the Main Office tomorrow, Tuesday February 12th, and will be available for purchase from [...]

Track and Field Homewood Flossmoor Invite

February 11th, 2019|

On Saturday, February 9, the track & field team competed at the Homewood Flossmoor Invite.  The Crusaders placed 2nd among five teams. For the second consecutive week, Dan Spellman won the 1600, the only victory for the team.  Second place finishes came from Justin Palmer in the high hurdles, Mikey Corcoran in the 600, the 4×800 team of Spellman, [...]

Queen of Hearts Raffle at Dingers

February 11th, 2019|

Brother Rice High School is pleased to announce its “Queen of Hearts” raffle hosted by Dingers Sports Bar (Al Little BRHS ’97), 10638 South Western Ave. in Chicago.   www.dingerssportsbar.com Tickets are $1.00 each and the weekly drawing to reveal the queen will take place at 5:00 p.m. on Sundays. The jackpot will roll over from week to week until [...]

Ten More Crusaders Sign to Play Football Collegiately

February 11th, 2019|

We are so proud of our student athletes who made their college commitments to play football at the collegiate level!  Brother Rice has had a total of thirteen football college commits for the Class of 2019.  Congratulations, gentlemen! John Bean, University of St. Thomas Jalen Rheams, Carthage College Jayshon Means, Tufts University Dan Fitzgerald, St. Ambrose University Joe Fitzgerald, [...]

Murphy Helps Lead Young Crusaders at Regional Meet

February 8th, 2019|

Beverly Review photo The Beverly Review by Tim O'Brien During his varsity career, Br. Rice senior wrestler Dominic Murphy has built an impressive resume with impressive wins and two trips to state. But with a young Crusaders squad around him this year, Murphy has added another skill to his list of abilities: team leader. The lone senior of [...]

January 2019 Crusaders of the Month

February 7th, 2019|

Congratulations to our Crusaders of the Month for January 2019! Brother Rice honors one student from each class as Crusader of the Month. To be considered for Crusader of the Month, students must be nominated by a teacher, coach or administrator. In order to qualify, students must show leadership, be in good standing and be involved in activities within [...]

Join the Polar Plunge!

February 6th, 2019|

CRUSADERS! Brother Rice and Mother McAuley are forming a team to participate in the 19th Annual Chicago Polar Plunge to support Special Olympics!  On March 3, 2019, thousands of people will plunge into Lake Michigan to raise money for activities, food, uniforms and transportation for more than 7,500 Special Olympics athletes in Chicago. There is NO registration fee to [...]

Board beast: Deandre Hagan’s Late 3-Point Play Clinches Brother Rice’s Rivalry Win Over Marist

January 29th, 2019|

Brother Rice's Deandre Hagan launches a 3-point shot against Marist during a game on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019. (Gary Middendorf / Daily Southtown) Pat Disabato - Daily Southtown Brother Rice junior Deandre Hagan was making a living from the 3-point line, burying 6 of 7 shots through three quarters. But late in the fourth, with the Crusaders clinging to [...]

Hagan 3-Point Play Powers Rice to Win

January 29th, 2019|

The Beverly Review by Tim O'Brien Connecting on 6 3-pointers through three quarters, Br. Rice junior forward Deandre Hagan made his impact felt in the annual Battle of Pulaski against rival Marist. In working to hold off a fast-charging RedHawks squad, Hagan’s presence was especially felt in the post. Powering his way to an offensive putback and converting a [...]

December Crusaders of the Month

January 28th, 2019|

Congratulations to our Crusaders of the Month for December 2018! Brother Rice honors one student from each class as Crusader of the Month. To be considered for Crusader of the Month, students must be nominated by a teacher, coach or administrator. In order to qualify, students must show leadership, be in good standing and be involved in activities within [...]

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