Athletic Updates as of 2/6/22

February 6, 2022 - 8:23 pm


Any senior who has made college athletic commitments please see Mr. Dennehy or Mr. Madden to schedule your photo op!

This week’s athletics schedule

Monday – Boys’ Basketball at Seymour
Tuesday – Girls’ Basketball at Watertown / Boys’ Basketball vs. Watertown
Wednesday – Boys’ Swim and Dive vs. Bulkeley/HMTCA / Freshmen Girls’ Basketball at Bristol Eastern
Thursday – Boys’ Basketball at Wolcott / Girls’ Basketball vs. Derby (*SENIOR NIGHT*)
Friday – Boys’ Swim and Dive vs. E.O. Smith/Tolland
Saturday – Berkshire-Valley Wrestling Postseason Invitational / Class S Indoor Track and Field Championship / Freshmen Boys’ Basketball vs. Watertown

Class S State Championship on Feb. 12th @ New Haven Field House.
Overall 2022 NVL Indoor Track and Field Championship results:

Wrestling League Championship – CLICK HERE for flyer – Feb. 12th @ Gilbert
The wrestling team won their first match last Wednesday vs. Terryville.
Individual wins: Bryan Ambos, Daniel Kelly
Boys’ Swim continues it’s undefeated season (6-0) with all five St. Paul Catholic members of the Bristol Co-Op team contributing each meet and to the team’s overall success. They have 2 home meets this week.  Mikel Palaj ’22 filled in and won the diving part of the meet last week vs. Lewis Mills.






Cheerleading @ Crosby HS on Feb. 19th,
Girls Basketball 1/4 Final Round @ Holy Cross on Feb. 19th
Boys Basketball 1/4 Final Round @ Wilby HS on Feb. 26th


Tyler Turner won the boys’ long jump and Owen Wood placed second in the boys’ pole vault. Both earned All-NVL status.

Tyler Turner was also named by the NVL indoor track and field coaches as the “Outstanding Performer in the Field Events” of the 2022 Naugatuck Valley Indoor Track and Field Championship.




Other St. Paul Catholic indoor track and field team members who placed in the top six: 

Individual Events: Allison Barton (4th 55HH), Mackayla Baxter (5th 55HH), Landin Boutot (6th 300m), Colin Reilly (6th 1,000m / 6th 1,600m), Jayden Thomas (6th HJ), Nicholas Mirabillo Mulhall (5th SP)

  • Relays: Boys’ SMR (4th place – Wyatt Byrne, Tyler Turner, Adam Zwolinski, Colin Reilly), Boys’ 4×800 (5th place – Matthew Doherty, Aiden Conklin, Charlie Hargott, Declan Toland)






Congratulations to this year’s winter sports captains who received their captain pins in a brief ceremony this week. Covid may have delayed the ceremony, but nothing has stopped these Falcons from being great leaders this season and throughout the school.

Girls’ Basketball: Alexis Tierpack, Zoey Rubins
Indoor Track and Field: Allison Barton, Mackayla Baxter, Owen Wood, Tyler Turner
Boys’ Basketball: Benjamin Bochicchio, Erik Suzio, Jamie Leggett, Matthew Palmieri
Cheerleading: Brea Aldi, Devin Meurer, Olivia Belfonti
Wrestling: Daniel Kelly, Gabriel Duffany
Boys’ Swimming and Diving: Mikel Palaj, Nathan Stellmach


Keep up the strong work on and off the field – Ryan Daniels ’22. We are proud of you. Go Falcons!
Ryan Daniels (@UConnBSB commit) runs a 6.64 to start his day at the Super 60.
Week 3 in a row Jamie Leggett ’23 recognized as player of the week . Go Falcons – keep it rolling boys.


— Nate Stellmach ’22

“At St. Paul, the students, teachers, and administration worked tirelessly to ensure that all of the former Sacred Heart students felt welcomed and included in the St. Paul family. Relatively quickly, the distinction between the former Sacred Heart students and the St. Paul student body disappeared, and we became one group.”




Students showed us how they spent their Sunday in the fresh powder snow. They had to show off their creativity and their Falcon pride. The best and most creative photos win gift cards.

  • SP junior Mackayla Baxter won’t let Winter Storm Bob stop her preparations for Tuesday’s NVL Indoor Track and Field Championship.
  • Vanessa Visconti ’22 knows you need to thoroughly clean off your car before going for a drive.
  • No days off for SP swimmer Amelia Badzioch ’22. At 23 degrees, hopefully she’s only getting in a quick practice.


St. Paul Softball team store is now open! Find items picked out specifically for our team. There is also spiritwear available for your family and friends. Check out the shop details below. ORDERS MUSH BE IN BY FEBRUARY 9th! No exceptions!


More student-athletes with athletic contests this week recognized administrators, teachers, and staff who have been influential in each of the student-athlete’s successes. Each educator displayed in their classroom the jersey (or other apparel) of the student-athlete who honored them. Be on the look out for more teams swapping jerseys next week. #TeachingToLearn #CoachingForLife