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 Loyola High School’s Student News Organization     Montreal, Quebec, Canada     Last update: May 13, 2017     


The Loyola News

House League sports are a longstanding tradition at Loyola, dating back to the 1950’s. The League provides an opportunity for all students, no matter their athletic ability, to play sports with one goal in mind - to have fun! House League sports are played over three seasons: Fall (September-December), Winter (January-February) and Spring (March-May).



Ultimate results

May 5 - ULTIMATE RESULTS from yesterday: 3:20 P.M. GAMES - PINK PERIL 8 BLACK ICE 4; LIMELIGHT 8 GOLD RUSH 3; STONE COLD 8 GREEN MONSTER 6. 4:00 P.M. GAMES - PINK PERIL 20 STONE COLD 6; GREEN MONSTER 6 GOLD RUSH 5; LIMELIGHT 7 BLACK ICE 5. Warriors of the Day: Francois St. Amour (Black Ice); Zach Vallee (Pink Peril); Will Farrow (Limelight); James Stewart (Gold Rush); Craig Sky (Green Monster); and Brett Carbray (Stone Cold). Next games are Monday. Have a great weekend! Click here for the Ultimate schedule.


Teachers defeat IBA all stars

May 4 - The highly anticipated IBA Teacher-Student game lived up to its billing. The teachers, with a dominating performance in the first half, took a 15 point lead going into halftime. In the second half, the teachers showed their age and the students came roaring back and were one point away from tying the game in the final seconds. The teachers won a nail biter by a score of 45-44.


Wildcats win Senior Intramural Basketball Association Crown

It was a battle of the undefeated on April 5 as the Hoyas kept the Wildcats (pictured below) in check with a 16-10 halftime lead. The Hoyas kept the lead for most of the game but just couldn’t put it away. Some clutch shooting from the Wildcats in the final minutes gave them a one point lead. The Wildcats withstood a Hoya assault in the last minute to become IBA champions, winning 23-22. Players of the game were Justin Randisi and Anthony McCall. The Warriors of the game were Anthony Perna and Lucas Frankham.


Intramural Hockey League

February 14 - It was The CHAOS CUP weekend. Maroon swept and won all three games starting with a 7-3 win in Group #1. 1st star - Andrew Matteo, 2nd star - Tomas Khairy, 3rd star - Aidan Guzevicius. Warriors of the Game: Tomas Valinskas and Frankie Coirazza. In Group #2 Maroon it was a close one 7-6. 1st star - Massimo Schiavoni, 2nd star - Tommy Lane, 3rd star - Luca Cioffi. Warriors of the Game: Max Russo and Antonio Moriello. In Group #3 Maroon scored on a deflect with 1 second on the clock to tie and then went on to win it in a shootout 4-3. 1st star - David Lucadamo, 2nd star - Anthony Marcucci, 3rd star - Noah Galli. Warriors of the Game: Mr. Plimer and Adamo Moreno. And a very special thanks to Commissioner Mr. Santillo for his dedication, enthusiasm and passion for the IHL. Not many people would volunteer to spend over 4 hours each Saturday morning to make sure that everyone has the most fun possible on the ice. Thank you Mr. Santillo for the season and for all of your hard work!


Intramural Football League

November 2 - In the IFL championship game yesterday… the Roughriders dominated the regular season and they made sure to finish the season strong. They scored 2 defensive touchdowns to beat the Alouettes 21-7. Congratulations to all the IFL players on a great season. Equipment return will take place next week so stay tuned. The league champion Roughriders are pictured below.


Intramural soccer

November 1 - The ISL came to a dramatic finish in yesterday's final between La Furia and the Spice Boys. Spice's Oliver Luponio scored a fluke goal early in the game, the only goal of the first half. A fired up Furia fought back with goals from Captain Cioffi and Michael Tortolano to bring the score to 2-1 early in the second half. Late in the second half, Spice's Joseph Barbiero scored on a penalty shot which tied the game and sent it to over-time. After two tight, scoreless halves, the Spice Boys won the game in shootouts, 4-3. Congratulations champions Spice, and Furia, for an excellent match and hard fought season!







All together now!

Intramurals is the perfect time to highlight camaraderie, sportsmanship and vast talents among the student body, instructors and administrative staffs.



Mr. Ed Meagher

Ed Meagher was born on January 6, 1926. At the age of ten, he entered Loyola’s Junior Preparatory class, the start of a fifty-five year association with Loyola as a student, athlete, teacher, coach, administrator, alumni director and friend. Mr. Meagher was a big proponent and organizer of intramural sports at Loyola. He realized the multitude of benefits associated with house league sports, including chances for socialization, reduction of stress which leads to greater academic performance, and the opportunity for students to build character, self control and a positive self-image. It is a legacy that continues today with his son, Mr. Richard Meagher, who is the current Commissioner of Intramural Sports at Loyola.   


One Man for Others: The Legacy of Ed Meagher

Watch One Man for Others: The Legacy of Ed Meagher which documents the life, career and enduring influence of former Loyola High School teacher Ed Meagher.




Intramural Sports