Cardinals prepare for nonconference tilt with Stone Bridge Saturday
Carroll escapes Cardinals, 47-41
Road weary Redbirds lead for three quarters, host McNamara Friday
Episcopal stops Cardinal boys, 67-53
Bishop Ireton heads to Archbishop Carroll Tuesday looking for a WCAC win
Ireton boys' hoops falls 84-51 in Fairfax
Cardinals steal one from Huskies, 71-69
Cardinals dumped in Arlington, 72-40 on 18 December 2014 by wsimmons In spite of a solid performance from Quintin Gilchrest with 11 points, the Cardinals (2-6, 0-5) fell to O'Connell 72-40 in Arlington Tuesday.
Putting up a game-high 13 points during the second quarter, the Cardinals finished the first half well. ¬†Gilchrest blazed a trail for the Cardinals's offense with 11 points, including six points during the third period.
Darius Hines made it into doubl [...]
Carroll escapes Cardinals, 47-41 on 11 December 2014 by wsimmons The Cardinals fell to Carroll on Wednesday, 47-41, with¬†Jeremiah Brooks scoring a team-high 10 points. On a three-pointer from Nicolas, Carroll wrestled the lead from the visiting Ireton and clinched their win in the fourth quarter.
At the half, the Cardinals led 20-17 on the strength of a 14-4 run. But this wasn't enough to overcome Carroll's 30 points in the final two quarters of the game. ¬ [...]
Episcopal stops Cardinal boys, 67-53 on 8 December 2014 by wsimmons [caption id="attachment_9606" align="alignleft" width="199" caption="Junior Jeremiah Brooks is the Cardinals lone returning starter from the 2013-14 season. A floor leader, he led the Cardinals in scoring at Episcopal Saturday."][/caption]
Bishop Ireton's season opening road trip continued with an appearance at neighboring Episcopal, but the reception was anything but cordial on a dreary Satur [...]
Ireton boys' hoops falls 84-51 in Fairfax on 6 December 2014 by wsimmons [caption id="attachment_9598" align="alignleft" width="146" caption="Sophomore Michael Everett (24) has transitioned smoothly from linebacker in the fall to guard in the winter."][/caption]
Bishop Ireton had a panther by the tail Thursday in Fairfax as the top-ranked Paul VI Panthers (2-0, 2-0) demonstrated their ranking is well deserved with a 84-51 win in their conference home opener.