Featured St. Paul Alum
9/6/18 – St. Paul alum Maddie Sturm ’15 at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) was given the recognition as captain of her team. Sturm didn’t compete in cross country at the high school level but has excelled in college for the Engineers. Sturm has competed in 13 events over the course of her collegiate career at RPI. Read the article here!
9/6/18 – Eli Parks ’15 and Logan Marchi once shared a backfield when they played at St. Paul Catholic High School in Bristol. They’re at different schools at different levels of college football now, but both had a major impact on their teams’ opening game victories last week. Read what they’re up to this week!
9/4/18 – Brian Collins, first an Explorer Post 111 member, is now the newest member of the Plymouth Ambulance Corp as an EMT. Read about the Plymouth Ambulance Corp here!
8/22/18 – An op-ed piece by Dominic Aiello ’18 – Fresh Talk: Stop Our Twitter Wars, Return To Civil Speech
8/4/18 – Dana Wilton ’16 played Ariel in the Little Mermaid show at the Warner Theatre this summer! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53JtTo2ZvUU
6/2018 – Jillian Kilmer ’16 competed in the New England Track and field championship at Dartmouth, in New Hampshire. She competed in a heptathlon and got a new personal best overall score of 4409 points. In doing so, she had three personal bests on the first day in the 100m hurdles with a time of 15.32, high jump with a jump of 5’3 3/4″, and shot put with a throw of 34’02”. That score earned her 6th place, which gave her the title of all-New England.
10/2017 – Two St. Paul Alum – Brendan Caroll ’15 and Austin Kulig ’15 recently created a video in anticipation for Providence College’s Late Night Madness. Late Night Madness is a big event the Providence Athletic Department sponsors before basketball season starts. The whole event is essentially a college sized pep rally that gets everyone excited to cheer for our Friars.
Brendan and Austin shot a video with their roommates – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9koNX5oZSU&t=7s
St. Paul graduate Sturm having success at RPI running cross country and in the classroom –
A great article on Maddie Sturm ’15 and her college and athletic career at RPI.
Clark University pitcher Joshua Dobratz (Southington, Conn.) and 2014 Alum of St. Paul Catholic High School, has been named New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) baseball pitcher of the week. This was announced on Monday 2/27 by the league office. Read full article below! Way to go Josh!!!
Karen “Matthews” Leary, Class of 1982 – Earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree (DPT) from the University of New England – Karen is a 1982 SPCHS graduate, mother of Lauren ’13 and Matthew ’16. She is actively involved at SPCHS and is a recent past Chair of the SPCHS School Board.
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