Oct
8

ROUNDUP: FOOTBALL, VOLLEYBALL, TENNIS

The SJCS Middle School football team rolled to a 44-6 win over visiting Hammond School on Wednesday night. The Knights took a quick 14-0 lead and led 28-0 by midway through the second quarter. Lucas Salgado ran for a pair of touchdowns and Brayden Johnson ran for another for the Knights, who improved to 2-1 […]

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Oct
8

WELCOME TO ST. JOSEPH’S: SISTER LUCITA BACAT

This is the second in a series of stories on the new faculty and staff members at SJCS during the 2020-2021 school year. By Bob Castello SJCS Director of Communications Once she began teaching, Sister Lucita Bacat never strayed far from the classroom. After nine years as a high school teacher in New York on […]

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Oct
7

ROUNDUP: MS CROSS COUNTRY, VOLLEYBALL

The St. Joe’s girls finished fifth and the boys finished sixth in the Carolina Middle School Conference Cross Country Championships hosted by the Knights on Tuesday. Also, the SJCS Middle School volleyball team defeated visiting Bob Jones Academy Monday in its final match of the season. Photos from both of those events follow.

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Oct
6

2020 FALL RED DOOR CEREMONY

St. Joseph’s Catholic School’s annual Fall Red Door Ceremony was held Thursday, October 1. All freshmen, as well as new students in grades 10-12, were formally welcomed into the school community by processing in through the red door, just as this door welcomed the first 13 high school students to St. Joe’s in 1993.

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Oct
6

CHANDLER CONSONERY RETURNS TO COACH

By Bob Castello SJCS Director of Communications Chandler Consonery is back — back in town, back at her alma mater and back in the sport she loves. Chandler, a 2011 SJCS graduate, is in her first season as the Knights’ Junior Varsity Girls Tennis Coach. Tricia Brown, the Varsity Coach now and when Chandler played, […]

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Oct
5

SJCS RUNNERS COLLECT ALL-COUNTY HONORS

The SJCS girls finished fifth and the boys placed 10th out of 18 teams in the Greenville County Cross Country Championships Saturday at Hillcrest High School. Senior Caroline Linen (19:51) finished seventh (19:51) in the girls race and made All-County (top 20). Senior Dylan McTigue (17:01) came in 16th (17:01) among the boys and made […]

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Oct
5

SJCS COMMUNITY TAKES PART IN LIFE CHAIN

Members of the St. Joseph’s Catholic School community stood along Woodruff Road and participated in the annual Life Chain on Sunday, joining in a peaceful, prayerful witness to the sanctity and value of every human life.

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Oct
4

CHESNEE PULLS AWAY FROM SJCS IN 2ND HALF

Chesnee pulled away in the second half and defeated St. Joseph’s 45-19 in a Region 2-2A Varsity football game Friday night. The Knights (1-1 overall and in the region) battled back from a 14-0 deficit but couldn’t keep pace in the second half with the Eagles, who improved to 2-0. Chesnee scored the first two […]

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Oct
2

ROUNDUP: JV, MS FOOTBALL TEAMS WIN

Harrison Zinkann ran for three touchdowns and the SJCS Junior Varsity football team made its first home game a success, defeating Chesnee 20-13 on Thursday night. Zinkann scored on runs of 12, 6 and 80 yards for the Knights, who evened their record at 1-1. St. Joe’s received the opening kickoff and moved 72 yards […]

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Oct
2

WELCOME TO ST. JOSEPH’S: JULIE RZEPINSKI

This is the first in a series of stories on the new faculty and staff members at SJCS during the 2020-2021 school year. By Bob Castello SJCS Director of Communications Julie Rzepinski actually liked the snow. The problem was that it hung around too long. “It would stay till April, mid-April,” she said. “I didn’t […]

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