Vianney Daily Bulletin

Friday, October 13:

B Soccer won 3-1.  Goals were scored by Will Dehner, Matt Piper, and Nick Gestreich.  Tommy Mayata recorded an assist.

Tickets for the varsity football game vs. CBC this Friday, October 13 will be on sale starting on Wednesday, October 11 and ending on Friday, October 13. The times will be from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the Commons. The cost is $5.00. There are no limits to the number of tickets they can purchase.

The Freshman Black Soccer team completed the CBC Tournament with an impressive 7-0 victory over Eureka yesterday. Michael Bokern had a hat trick and the shutout was recorded by Quinn Bader and Andrew Feldmeier!~

In a wild finish last night at Eureka, the varsity soccer team defeated the Wildcats in a penalty kick shootout.  Regulation goals were scored by Kamou Harris & Jacob Sansone.  Penalty kick scorers included Kamou Harris twice, Clay Kopp, Ryan Puricelli, Jack Perks, John Allen, & TJ Reigner.  

If you would like to help make Pro Life crosses tomorrow morning, Saturday, please see Fr. Tim or Mr Kheriaty. We will begin at 9:30 a.m. If you would like to participate in the Youth Rally for Life, please meet in front of Planned Parenthood wearing your Vianney shirt at 11:am on Saturday.

Attention juniors and seniors: the ACT course for students taking the December ACT will start next Monday.  If you’d like to sign up, see Mr. Meyer in the counseling office.  Average score improvement is 4 points.

There will be a sign up meeting for freshmen who would like to try out for the freshman basketball team on Monday during Encore in room 305.

The swim team competes in the Lindbergh Splash Out Cancer Invitational tomorrow at 12 pm. Good luck to our swimmers!

Attention Bocce Club members:  If you wish to order a ¼ zip, see the information on the bulletin board outside room 107.  Money needs to be turned in by Wednesday.

Juniors and Seniors, a reminder that Murray State University is here at 8:40 and SEMO will be here at 2:10

Please welcome back to Vianney, Mason Brobeck, an alum from 2014, who will be speaking to C. Walsh’s Environmental Science class this morning.