St. Paul

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Hope Gavigan's Woodland side won the girls team title while NVL singles crowns went to Wolcott's Alex Gauthier and St. Paul's Natasha Kempes. (Steven Montambault photo)

Eyes On The Prize

Hope Gavigan's Woodland side won the girls team title while NVL singles crowns went to Wolcott's Alex Gauthier and St. Paul's Natasha Kempes. (Steven Montambault photo)

The St. Paul girls came tantalizingly close to a state title on Saturday, battling bravely into double overtime before losing 61-57 to Thomaston in the Class S final.

Just Out Of Reach

The St. Paul girls came tantalizingly close to a state title on Saturday, battling bravely into double overtime before losing 61-57 to Thomaston in the Class S final.

The St. Paul girls and Sacred Heart boys have reached the finals of their respective CIAC tourneys, to be played this weekend at Mohegan Sun Arena. (M. Orazzi, D. Ward photos)

Shooting For State Titles

The St. Paul girls and Sacred Heart boys have reached the finals of their respective CIAC tourneys, to be played this weekend at Mohegan Sun Arena. (M. Orazzi, D. Ward photos)

The CIAC has released school schedules for all spring sports, with the first day of practices set for March 24 and opening day for the regular season slated for April 9.

Spring Forward

The CIAC has released school schedules for all spring sports, with the first day of practices set for March 24 and opening day for the regular season slated for April 9.

After falling short of the tournament final last season, the Holy Cross girls returned to an accustomed perch atop the NVL by topping St. Paul for a tenth league title since 2002.

Back On Top

After falling short of the tournament final last season, the Holy Cross girls returned to an accustomed perch atop the NVL by topping St. Paul for a tenth league title since 2002.

Kiera O'Donnell sparked Holy Cross to an undefeated December record as the Crusaders were among a number of talented league squads claiming key early-season victories.

Driving Force

Kiera O'Donnell sparked Holy Cross to an undefeated December record as the Crusaders were among a number of talented league squads claiming key early-season victories.

Hope Gavigan's Woodland side won the girls team title while NVL singles crowns went to Wolcott's Alex Gauthier and St. Paul's Natasha Kempes. (Steven Montambault photo)

Eyes On The Prize

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The St. Paul girls came tantalizingly close to a state title on Saturday, battling bravely into double overtime before losing 61-57 to Thomaston in the Class S final.

Just Out Of Reach

2
The St. Paul girls and Sacred Heart boys have reached the finals of their respective CIAC tourneys, to be played this weekend at Mohegan Sun Arena. (M. Orazzi, D. Ward photos)

Shooting For State Titles

3
The CIAC has released school schedules for all spring sports, with the first day of practices set for March 24 and opening day for the regular season slated for April 9.

Spring Forward

4
After falling short of the tournament final last season, the Holy Cross girls returned to an accustomed perch atop the NVL by topping St. Paul for a tenth league title since 2002.

Back On Top

5
Kiera O'Donnell sparked Holy Cross to an undefeated December record as the Crusaders were among a number of talented league squads claiming key early-season victories.

Driving Force

6
 
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School Description/Info

Founded in 1966 by the Archdiocese of Hartford, St. Paul Catholic is a co-educational, college preparatory school located at 1001 Stafford Avenue in Bristol, Conn. Cary Dupont is school president, while David Dennehy serves as St. Paul’s athletic director.

As noted on the school’s web site, St.Paul bases its teachings on “the following core values: Faith (knowing, believing in, and living the teachings of Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church); Character (living our Christian values with confidence and conviction); community (fostering a sense of belonging by creating a safe and nurturing environment); Excellence (achieving one’s personal best and contributing to the success of our community); and Service (giving of one’s self to help and support others).”

Athletics Programs

Despite being one of the smallest schools in the NVL, St. Paul offers students the opportunity to participate in various sports. Seasonal schedules for the Falcons’ teams below (linked to the CIAC site) reflect games for all levels of each individual sport, including any varsity, JV and freshman contests.
 

Football

Head Coach: Jude Kelly

2013
Schedule/Results

Boys’Soccer

Head Coach: Tony Leone

2013
Schedule/Results

Girls’ Soccer

Head Coach: Flavio Pereira

2013
Schedule/Results

Boys’ Cross Country

Head Coach: Keri Mynarski

2013 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Cross Country

Head Coach: Keri Mynarski

2013 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Swimming

Head Coach: Meegan Martin

2013 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Volleyball

Head Coach: Shelly Howlett

2013 Schedule/Results

Boys’ Basketball

Head Coach: Stephen Phelps

2013-14 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Basketball

Head Coach: Joseph Mone

2013-14 Schedule/Results

Boys’ Swimming

Head Coach: Gary Harrigan

2013
-14 Schedule/Results

Boys’ Indoor Track

Head Coach: Kyle Fuller

2013-14 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Indoor Track

Head Coach: Kyle Fuller

2013-14 Schedule/Results

Baseball

Head Coach: Patrick Holden

2014
Schedule/Results

Softball

Head Coach: Gary Hovhanessian

2014
Schedule/Results

Boys’ Golf

Head Coach: John Odell

2014
Schedule/Results

Girls’ Tennis

Head Coach: Arthur Giles

2014
Schedule/Results

Boys’ Track

Head Coach: Kyle Fuller

2014 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Track

Head Coach: Kyle Fuller

2014 Schedule/Results


 
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