Daily Bulletin

WSTX News for Tuesday, February 7, 2023

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God of mercy, you sent Jesus as a light to uncover what is weak and sinful in our lives and bring out what is upright, strong, and good.  Deepen your light within us, and help us be your instruments of healing, wholeness, and life to others, especially those who are less fortunate than us.  We ask this, in your name, Amen.


The Rosary will be prayed in the Chapel tomorrow morning at 7:30. All are welcome to come and pray. Rosaries and instructions are provided.

The Ryken Service Club will meet after school today in the Chapel. We have a guest speaker from Special Olympics who is in need of basketball refs. We will also be discussing St. Baldrick’s fundraiser. All are welcome to the meeting.


Your summer reading suggestions are in, and the CMC is ready to accept your votes. Click on the link at the top of your CMC app to see the titles, read their summaries, and cast your votes for your top three picks.  This process helps determine which 25 books get offered as final choices. Remember, you are not signing up for a book yet.


The Chinese Club will meet today at 3:30 p.m. in Room 110. Email Mr. Rodriguez with questions or for more details.

The Photo Club will meet today after school in Room 403.

The Clay Club will meet tomorrow after school in Room 406. No experience is necessary. New members are always welcome.

Thank you to all the Tigers who came out to our Tigers for Christ meeting this morning.  Here is the first clue for next week's guest speaker. This individual graduated St. X as the school's all-time leading rusher, with 4,008 yards, and all-time leading scorer, with 75 touchdowns. During his three-year career as a starter, the Tigers went 37-4 and won the State Title in 2004.  The first eligible student to email Coach Cotty with a correct guess will win a Tigers for Christ t-shirt.  Tigers for Christ will meet Tuesday, February 14 at 7:15 a.m. in the auditorium.  All Tigers are welcome.


This past weekend, the Track and Field team competed in the Louisville Indoor Games, which was the largest event at Norton Sports and Learning Complex has ever hosted. Yet again every athlete that stepped on the track produced quality performances.  Highlights started early for the team with Christian Coleman running the 19th fastest time in the nation for the 60 Meter Hurdles.  His 8.02 earned him first place, a school record, and a meet record.  John Riley Kaufman placed 8th in the same event.  The St. X 4X200 of Cooper Brown, Owen Estes, John Riley Kaufman, and Jack Graves, took 6th overall with an impressive early season time of 1:34. That time qualified the 4X200 to Adidas Nationals.  Also qualifying for Adidas Nationals in the Freshman Elite category was Anthony Passafiume in the 400 Meter Dash.  The 4X800 Relay Team of Thomas Weber, Anthony Passafiume, Isaac Baker, and Hobs Ashburner took 3rd.  Christian Coleman also took 3rd in High Jump.  The track and field team is excited about its early season performance and looks forward to returning to the track this Friday and Saturday at the prestigious Eastern Indoor, held again at the Norton Complex.

Congratulations to the JV Wrestling Team, who won the JV State Championship on Saturday. The team finished with 112 points, enough for a 7-point win over Harrison County. Special congratulations to 190 pound weight class state champion, Danny Jaso. Other placers include: Grant Spaulding, Leo Carias, Gabe Hiland, Cole Brumleve, and Caleb Burt. Awesome job, Tigers!