Panther hockey lost to the Leo Lions in a hard fought battle 3-2 in a shootout. Snider wrestling won on senior night, defeating Leo 46-27. Seniors Vertis Hawkins, Cody Unverzagt and Brayden McGiffin-Hall were recognized for leading the wrestling program.
Junior Dillon Duff and sophomore Michael Eley each recorded 20+ points, as the boys basketball team defeated Canterbury 72-50. Girls Basketball beat the state ranked Bellmont 55-49. Senior Da’Leshia Davis lead the way with 24 points. Girls Swim and Dive won the South Side Tri-Meet, recording 131 points. Boys Swim and Dive recorded 148 points in the South Side Tri-Meet, coming out on top. Junior Connor Mihavics set the school diving record.
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Girls Basketball lost to the nationally ranked Homestead Spartans 70-20. Boys Varsity Basketball fell to the Homestead Spartans 60-41. Panther Hockey went 2-1 in the Indy Crossover weekend, with victories against HSE and Westfield High School, but fell to the Evansville Thunder 3-0. Snider Wrestling finished 2nd overall out of 9 at the Concordia Invitational with two champions and two second place finishes.
Panther Hockey fell just short, losing a tough battle to the Homestead Spartans 3-2.
Snider Wrestling lost to the Carroll Chargers 46-24 with juniors Hayden Tippmann and Beau Humphrey being a few breakout victors. Girls Swim and Dive lost to the East Noble Knights 126-56 on senior night. Boys Swim and Dive complete a 105-79 victory against East Noble on senior night. Multiple senior swimmers were recognized.
The following teams participated in competitions over winter break: varsity girls and boys basketball, wrestling, lacrosse, hockey, boys and girls swim and dive.
Junior Dillon Duff lead the way with 24 points, helping the Boys Varsity Basketball improve to 6-0 with the road win against New Haven 71-61.
Panther Hockey was victorious over the Bishop Dwenger Saints 3-1. Sophomores Austin Reasoner and Trevor McKinnon recorded goals for the win.