Monday, August 15 is the official start of the fall season. Try-outs and practices will begin on this day. Scheduled try-outs are listed below. Check back often for additional teams, dates and times. They will be posted as they are received from the coaches.
Congratulations to all of our spring season athletes who received All Catholic and/or MVP honors. Read the list of names.
We'd also like to recognize the Girls' Outdoor Track Team for bringing home the fifth Philadelphia Catholic League title this school year. Three of those five titles were earned by the girls' running program.
Lady Lions Bring Home Five Philadelphia Catholic League Titles
The Girls’ Tennis Team brought home the first title of the school year (second title in a row for the team) on October 13 by beating Lansdale Catholic in a close match 3-2. On October 24, The Girls’ Cross Country Team brought home their third title in a row with runners placing first, second, third, fourth and eighth. Two weeks later the Girls’ Field Hockey Team raised a plaque on the field after a 4-0 defeat against Bonner-Prendie. On February 14, the Girls’ Indoor Track Team dominated the distance and relay events capturing a fourth title for the Lions. And most recently, our Lady Lions brought home a third plaque for the running program by winning the Outdoor Track PCL title.
O’Hara’s girls basketball team led a strong 2016 season that awarded 3 players All-Delco team recognition. The Lady Lions, in-part led by All-Delco Girls Basketball Player of the Year Hannah Nihill and All-Delco First Team members Mary Sheehan and Kenzie Gardler, hosted an impressive 26-4 record and a trip to the PIAA Class AAAA championship state finals. O’Hara ultimately saw their season come to an end as they lost to Cumberland Valley of Mechanicsburg, PA but are ready to rally together to make their return to next year’s finals. “Knowing how young we are, and how far we’ve come together, we just keep saying now that we know next year is our year,” Nihill said. “We still have unfinished business.”