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The Football Cats Drop Fifth Consecutive Game to the Eagles

By Eli Maistros '24 10/02/2022, 4:45pm EDT

The Wildcats will have to regroup quickly as they will host the Archbishop Moeller Crusaders next Saturday from Byers Field.

Wildcats Stay Perfect; Prepare for a Big Week

By Jack Brennan '24 09/28/2022, 3:45pm EDT

The Soccer Cats collect a road victory against Shaker Heights and a Senior Day win against St. Francis.

Wildcats Bounce Back With Win Over Panthers

By Eli Maistros '24 09/24/2022, 6:00pm EDT

Eugene Gibbons' big night sparks the Cats to a 21-14 victory over the River Rouge Panthers.

Zsombor Onodi Commits to The Ohio State University

By Joe Mertens '15 09/22/2022, 4:15pm EDT

The senior will be taking his talents south to Columbus and become a Buckeye next fall. Onodi is a top ten scorer all-time in program history.

Hoban’s Run Game Too Much for the Wildcats

By Eli Maistros '24 09/17/2022, 2:30pm EDT

Saint Ignatius drops its first game of the season with a 28-7 loss to the Archbishop Hoban Knights on Friday night.

The Wildcats Roll Past the Panthers

By Eli Maistros '24 09/11/2022, 10:00am EDT

The Football Cats shut out the Euclid Panthers to improve to 3-0; their best start since the 2017 season.

Athletic Day of Giving - October 6

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Contact the Athletic Department:

Athletic Director Rory Fitzpatrick '88

rfitzpatrick@ignatius.edu
216-651-0222 x4222

Communications Coordinator, Athletics Joe Mertens '15

jmertens@ignatius.edu
216-651-0222 x4242


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About Saint Ignatius Athletics

Saint Ignatius High School is a Catholic, Jesuit college preparatory school in Cleveland, Ohio. Opened in 1886, Saint Ignatius has a long, rich athletic tradition with a history of developing young student-athletes into successful men of faith and character. Saint Ignatius currently has 16 varsity sports. Of the 1,500 students at Saint Ignatius, over 1,000 participate in athletics. The Wildcats have won 50 State Championships and 14 National Championships since 1988, and many city and league titles before then. 

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