Chaminade football has another victory under its belt after a 31-14 home win over Notre Dame. The win puts the Eagles in second place in the Mission League, and improves their overall season record to 6-2.
Next Friday October 28, Chaminade travels to La Puente to face Bishop Amat. Kick-off is at 7:00 p.m.
In September students at Our Lady of Peace School were surprised with student desks, donated by Chaminade College Preparatory. In addition, stools, roller chairs, and other supplies were given to the North Hills parish school.
Over the summer Chaminade updated furniture in some of its middle school classrooms, and the previously used items were given to Our Lady of Peace School.
Photo by Michael Owen Baker/Los angles Daily News
One week after a decisive Homecoming victory, Chaminade football faced Alemany in an away game. The Eagles came away from their Mission League match-up with a 28-14 win.
Chaminade is now 5-2 overall, and 2-1 in their league. The Eagles return home for a game against Notre Dame. Kick-off is at 7:00 p.m., at Booster Stadium on the West Hills campus.
Last week Chaminade College Preparatory LIFE Team members, Anagette San Roman ’17 and Daniella Torres ’17 participated in a joint service project with other San Fernando Region Catholic high schools at the Fred Jordan Mission on Skid Row.
Students from Chaminade, Notre Dame, Crespi, Louisville, Holy Family, Flintridge Sacred Heart, and Alemany volunteered for the mission’s annual Back to School event. Back to School provides Los Angeles Unified School District students with new clothing, shoes, socks, backpacks, school supplies, haircuts, hygiene kits, and food. The high school volunteers stuffed backpacks with school supplies, and handed them out; as well as passed out clothing and other personal care items.
Following the event, volunteers attended Mass at Our Lady of the Angels Cathedral in celebration of the culmination of the Year of Mercy.
photo by: Christopher Mora
After a bye week, the Chaminade Eagles hosted the Loyola Cubs at Booster Stadium for Homecoming. On its first offensive possession of the game, the Eagles scored a touchdown with eight minutes remaining in the first quarter. At halftime, the score was 35-0, Eagles.
Chaminade improved to 4-2 with its 42-0 Mission League win over Loyola. Next up for the Eagles is an away game against the Alemany Warriors. Kick off at 7:00 p.m.
In addition to the victory, festivities included spirit activities and rallies for students at both campuses throughout the week. Theses events culminated in the crowning of a Homecoming King and Queen, Lawrence Hwang ’17 and Catherine Dauw ’17.
Homecoming was also Reunion Weekend for Chaminade alumni from the Classes of 1966, 1976, 1986, 1991, and 1996 (the Classes of 1956 and 2006 celebrated their reunions earlier this year). Class parties were held on Saturday evening, but Reunion Weekend started with the football game on Friday night. Before the game began, Golden Eagles (alumni who graduated from Chaminade 50 or more years ago) stood on the Deep Blue C and were introduced to the crowd. Alumni from all years gathered in the end zone to cheer on their football team and catch-up.