Trojanettes are in the State Semi-Finals!

The CWNC Girls Basketball team defeated Villa Maria, 40-30, to advance to the PIAA Semi Finals! The CWNC Trojanettes will take on Berks Catholic, at Bald Eagle High School, this Tuesday at 7 PM. Come out and support our team!

Kyle Maziarz is on fire–in the water!

Congratulations to the first-ever CWNC STATE DIVING CHAMPION, Kyle Maziarz!!!! Kyle won the WPIAL Championship last month and then won the STATE CHAMPIONSHIP on Friday afternoon!!! We are so proud of Kyle and his amazing accomplishments! Click here to read about his fantastic win!!!

Students of the Month–February

Last Thursday (March 1st), we honored our student athletes of the month for February. Congratulations to Tess Myers and Kyle Maziarz!


Tess Myers
10th Grade
Girls Basketball

Tess is leading the girls basketball team in scoring with an average of 13.6 points per game and is second in rebounding with 5.5 per game. In February she has scored in double digits multiple times including 17 in the WPIAL semi-final game against Central Valley. She is a big reason for the team’s 22-3 record and #1 seed in the playoffs. Her coaches say she never stops pushing herself to be better whether it is on the court or in the classroom.


Kyle Maziarz
10th Grade
Swimming and Diving

During the month of February Kyle qualified for the PIAA Championship in 1 meter diving and won the 2018 WPIAL “AA” Men’s Diving Title. He has also qualified in swimming the 50 Freestyle and assisted two more boy’s relay teams qualify for the WPIAL Championships. His impact goes beyond just his athletic accolades, as he has exceptional character traits such as perseverance, integrity, and sportsmanship. He leads by example and is the first to acknowledge his teammates for their success both in the pool and in the classroom.

Forensics is on Fire!

Congratulations to Trevor Huddleston and Thomas O’Toole, who will represent the Diocese of Pittsburgh at the National Competition in Original Oratory and in Prose & Poetry Reading.

Way to go!!!

CWNC Robotics is headed to ‘Worlds’!!!

This past weekend (March 2nd and 3rd), Team 5740–affectionately known as the Trojanators–totally rocked it at this weekend’s competition! They placed 14th of 61 teams and they were asked to join an alliance team for the finals…BUT…THEY WERE AWARDED THE ENGINEERING INSPIRATION AWARD!!!

This award is given to the team who has created the largest impact in their school and community for STEM appreciation and opportunity. Aside from building the robot, the team submitted over 6 pages of essays, numerous interviews with judges and several documents that demonstrating their hard work. It paid off and they now have the opportunity to attend WORLDS in April.

We are sooooo proud of our Robotics team!

CWNC Trojanettes are Back-To-Back WPIAL Champs!

Our Trojanettes beat Beaver, 50-49, with a buzzer-beater by Tess Myers on Friday, March 2nd. This win made our Girls Basketball team back-to-back WPIAL Champs! This is Coach Molly Rottmann’s 7th WPIAL Championship and only one of SIX coaches, in WPIAL history, to win 7 or more WPIAL Champs!!!

The Girls start their run in the State Tournament this weekend, Saturday March 10th, at 3:00; they will play KEYSTONE OAKS at NORTHGATE HIGH SCHOOL.

Let’s Go Trojanettes!!!!

Boys Basketball is still in the hunt…

Even though the Boys Basketball team didn’t make it to the WPIAL finals, they still qualified for the PIAA State Tournament.

The Boys will take on Greenville High School in the first round of playoffs at Meadville High School, 7:00 PM, on Saturday, March 10th.

Tickets will be on sale all week, in the school’s Athletic Office.

LET’S GO TROJANS!!!

Congratulations to our Ladies’ Swimmers!

Congrats to our Girls Swim team, who took 3rd place in the WPIAL Championships.

Also, Brooke Carmazzi, Brittney Carmazzi, Julia Kocsis, Emma Kunzmann, Ainsley Bissett, and Kyle Maziarz all qualified for the PIAA State Championships next week. GOOD LUCK, TEAM!!!!

CWNC has its first-ever Diving Champ!

Congratulations to sophomore, Kyle Maziarz, on his WPIAL Class AA Men’s Diving Championship! Kyle earned his ‘gold’ in Trees Pool, at the University of Pittsburgh. This was only the first year for Kyle on the Diving Team–what an awesome accomplishment! Way to go, Kyle!!!

Athletes of the Month Honored At Mass Today!

Today, we honored four student athletes for their achievements during the months of December and January in athletics, academics, and living out our virtues of the week.  Congratulations to John Fukon and Kari Karanikos for their efforts in December! Congratulations to Michael Drambel and Amanda Bucklew for their efforts in January!

 

 

      *John Fukon,  Senior,  Basketball*       A detailed oriented basketball player, John is always gaining insight from his coaches. He is one of the top scorers on the team and an excellent teammate. He has multiple 20+ point games; most recently on Tuesday of last week when he scored 21 in a win vs Brentwood. He has battled through season long nagging injuries while never complaining once.

   *Kari Karanikos,  Senior,  Basketball *   A senior guard starter, Kari leads by example on and off court. On the court, she leads the team in shot completion from the field and is a leader on defense always getting teammates communicating and energized during games. She is committed to the growth and development of her teammates and she elevates others by example. Her coaches say that you want to be a better person, teammate and player when she is around!

   *Michael Drambel, Senior, Basketball*  He is described as a dependable player who has been a consistent force on both ends of the floor for the boys basketball team. Michael leads the team in scoring which includes a 31 point game just a few weeks ago. Although he has a quiet demeanor he is still able to display leadership through his actions. As a forward, he has been charged with many difficult assignments against much larger opponents. Each time, he answers the challenge without hesitation or complaint.

 

    *Amanda Bucklew, Senior, Basketball*  A senior forward, Amanda is personable and confident in her actions. She knows the right time to use her personality to lighten a stressful moment for the team or has the confidence to be the peer to let teammates know when they need to all work harder towards their team goal. On the court, she is leading the team in foul shot completions with over 80% and has been instrumental in their balanced scoring attack.