Tuesday, January 29, 2013
The Brother Rice Crusaders square-off against the Marian Catholic Spartans live on Patch at 7:30 p.m.
Patch will be bringing you live coverage of the Brother Rice Crusaders and Marian Catholic Spartans as the battle it out in boys basketball. Brother Rice (17-2) will travel to Chicago Heights to take on Marian Catholic (20-3). The game gets going at 7:30 p.m. If you miss it, come back anytime to watch a full replay of all the action. Watch More Live Basketball:
Thursday, August 30, 2012
It's the rivalry that area high school football fans wait all year to see. If you can't make it out to the game, Patch will be streaming it live for all to enjoy.
In what is guaranteed to be a sold out stadium, Brother Rice will take on Marist at home this Friday night. The student cheering sections are sure to be out in full force, but if you prefer to watch the game in the comfort of your own home Patch has you covered. Thanks to High School Cube, we will be live streaming the game in its entirety. After the game is over you can even come back to watch a replay of all the action at anytime. The game kicks off at 7:30 p.m. Friday night. Patch will also be covering the game so check back Saturday for our recap of all the action. Want more live action? Patch will also be streaming these games Friday night: Take a look at all of last week's results and check back for this weekend's game scores. …
Friday, August 24, 2012
Use Patch to watch selected high school football games live. Tonight we bring you the Shepard Astros vs. the Brother Rice Crusaders. The action starts at 7:30 p.m.
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Thursday, January 26, 2012
After a 17-year old black Brother Rice student was threatened with a noose by three teens, one of whom was a classmate, the school's President said it's using it to teach kids tolerance.
Brother Rice High School officials are continuing to investigate a hate crime incident involving two of their current students and one alumnus. Chicago police recently charged three teens with perpetrating a hate crime on Dec. 23 in the 1600 block of South 100th Pl. A Brother Rice student, Joshua Merritt, 17, was the victim and one of the accused is a classmate. Merritt said Matthew Herrmann, 18, of Alsip and two other teens forced him to wear a noose and threatened his life, according to police. Earlier today, Brother Rice High School principal James Antos responded to the incident "as of right now, the student is removed from school." Disciplinary action taken against the student "will be determined, given our school processes," …
Friday, November 4, 2011
Subbing in for Sports Editor Ron Kremer, Chuck Ingwersen predicts the winners in the eight second-round playoff games involving Southland Patch teams.
No. 13 Lockport (7-3) at No. 11 Homewood-Flossmoor (7-3), 7 p.m. Friday Quick take: H-F’s offense, led by quarterback Tim Williams and running back Anfernee Roberts, looked unstoppable during much of last week's 48-28 thrashing of Marist. Lockport barely survived an 18-15 scare against Simeon last week. H-F dominated Lockport 35-0 on Sept. 30 at Lockport. Pick: Homewood-Flossmoor No. 6 Brother Rice (7-3) at No 3 Downers Grove South (9-1), 7 p.m. Friday Quick take: Brother Rice running backs Andrew Walker and Martez Walker rushed for a combined 330 yards and four touchdowns in the Crusaders’ 35-14 rout of Sandburg last week, and they will surely test the DGS defense. Downers Grove South has a monster back of its own in Josh Williams (over 2…
Saturday, September 3, 2011
Brother Rice 34, Marist 31: Crusaders' ground game powers past the RedHawks defense in OT victory.
Breaking It Down: Martez Walker rushed for 188 yards and three touchdowns to spearhead a punishing Brother Rice ground game, but it was Andrew Walker's 2-yard run in overtime that propelled the Crusaders to a 34-31 road victory over Marist High. The game-winner came after Marist took a 31-28 lead on a 30-yard field goal by Cillian Hannon. Trailing 14-7 at halftime, Marist came out of the locker room with a renewed fighting spirit and ripped off three touchdowns to take a 28-14 lead with 3:53 to go in the third quarter. RedHawks wide receiver/defensive back Ryan Meyer led the charge with an interception return for a touchdown, a TD run and a 24-yard reception that set up his scoring run. Patch's MVP: Andrew Walker, Brother Rice. Walker's …
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Connor Fitzgerald had many memories to share and words of wisdom to pass onto his fellow graduates.
Brother Rice High School 2011 graduates celebrated a turning point in their lives last Thursday. Valedictorian Connor Fitzgerald shared his memories of the last four years and excitement to be one of the many members of the Brother Rice Alumni family. Relive Brother Rice's graduation by reading Fitzgerald's commencement speech. Good evening Mr. Odelson, the Board of Directors, Dr. Burns, Mr. Antos, members of the administration, faculty, family, friends, distinguished guests, and my fellow classmates – the graduating class of 2011. It is a true honor to be speaking before all of you here tonight. I think I can speak for every person in maroon when I say that these past four years at Brother Rice have been quite an experience. Stepping …
Saturday, May 28, 2011
Congratulations to Brother Rice's 2011 graduates! Here are the awards received by the class of 2011.
GOLD MEDAL FOR GENERAL EXCELLENCE CONNOR J. FITZGERALD SILVER MEDAL FOR GENERAL EXCELLENCE SEAN C. McAULIFFE BRONZE MEDAL FOR GENERAL EXCELLENCE ANDREW J. BOYCE III PATRICK C. O’CONNOR MEMORIAL MEDAL FOR THEOLOGY KEVIN T. McILVAIN GOLD MEDAL FOR ENGLISH EDMUND J. ROONEY W.C. PENNY GOLD MEDAL FOR MATHEMATICS ANDREW J. BOYCE III HELEN M. CURRAN GOLD MEDAL FOR FRENCH ZACHARY P. LYMAN GOLD MEDAL FOR SPANISH CONNOR J. FITZGERALD GOLD MEDAL FOR GERMAN RYAN P. KING JOHN F. KENNEDY MEMORIAL MEDAL FOR U.S. HISTORY EDMUND J. ROONEY ELLA C. MCCORMICK MEMORIAL MEDAL FOR SCIENCE SEAN W. McLAUGHLIN …
Friday, May 27, 2011
See photos of grads, parents and faculty from Brother Rice High School's 2011 graduation. Congratulations Class of 2011!
Brother Rice graduates celebrate their commencement Thursday at the Shannon Center located at St. Xavier University. Excited beyond belief, 242 students received their "pass" to the next stage in life. Faculty gave the final diploma to parents of Jarrett Xavier Rowe, who died in September 2010.
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Oak Lawn native Mark Donahue also enjoyed NFL stint playing on the offensive line across from the likes of Randy White and Mean Joe Greene.
Mark Donahue remembers how excited he was when Brother Rice earned the right to play St. Laurence in the Chicago Catholic League championship game at Soldier Field on Thanksgiving Day in 1972. Donahue’s excitement was tempered a bit, however, when conference Player of the Year, Kevin King, stole the show. “He kicked our butts,” said Donahue, who was a standout two-way performer for the Crusaders’ football team. “I still remember the headline in the Sun-Times after they beat us: King for a Day. He was awesome and was a fabulous running back. I played defense, too, and apparently my skills were much better on offense because I couldn’t touch him.” Little did he know at the time, but Donahue would eventually go on to be roommates with his …