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The GCL Co-Ed is the eight, co-ed Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The member schools are Alter, Badin, Carroll, Chaminade-Julienne, Fenwick, McNicholas, Purcell Marian, and Roger Bacon. The mission of the GCL Co-Ed is to provide opportunities for the integration and development of Catholic values into the everyday life of students through interscholastic athletic competition. Follow us on twitter: @gclcoedsports

Roger Bacon Girls Bowling Team Wins Their First League Title

Pictured from left to right: Standing: Jordyn Broenner, Keilah Cianciolo, Alexis Burgess
Abbie Schneider, Lily Crigler, Kneeling: Abby Stewart, Belle Nye
 
The Roger Bacon Bowling team end the regular season as League Champions. The Lady Spartans (18-3, 14-0 GCL Co-Ed) earned their first league title. Congratulations Ladies on the season.

 

Alter Knights Boys Bowling Team Finish Season Undefeated

                                                         

 

  Alter Boys Bowling team finished their season undefeated

Left to right:  Coach Rob Glynn, Eric Neer, Matther Zengle, Connor Glynn, Tim Janess, Danny Miller, Jackson Wright, Coach Bob Kemp

 

The Alter Knights Bowling team finished their season undefeated. The Knights (17-0 overall, 14-0 GCL Co-Ed) captured their fourth league title for the program. Congratulations on this magnificent feat. 

 

 

Molfenter Earns 500th Career Win

Carroll Head Boys Soccer Coach Scott Molfenter became only the second coach to reach 500 career wins. The milestone took place during the second round of Division 1 sectional playoff play. His team would beat Tecumseh 9-1 for the victory. Molfenter could be seen being doused with a bucket of water as his team celebrated.

This is Molfenter's 29th season coaching the soccer team. Molfenter is also the school's athletic director.  

Roger Bacons Flading Reaches 150 Career Wins

 

Roger Bacon Coach Alyssa Flading earned her 150 Career victory against Carroll. Flading's Volleyball team beat the Lady Patriots on September 17, winning a straight set.