STATE SERIES EVENTS
MONDAY Regional Playoffs: Boys Golf is in action on Monday (11/1) at Osprey Point Golf Course (8:00 am) where Senior Rocco Marando and Samuel Gilden are looking to earn their way to the playoffs.
Girls Golf is competing in their Regional playoffs on Monday (11/1) at Southwinds Golf Course (7:15 a.m) on Monday. A team full of Seniors which include: Erin Marcelino, Lily Celentano, Morgan Herring and Isabel van den Berg, along with Sophomore Nicole Castro are looking to cap off their season with a State Title. (Result: Girls Golf wins Regional Title)
TUESDAY State Finals: The Girls Bowling State Series begins on Tuesday (11/2) and runs through Thursday (11/4) at Boardwalk Bown in Orlando. Alexandra Bishop qualified in the singles event, and will represent the Raiders.
WEDNESDAY Regional Semifinals: Girls Volleyball plays in the Regional Semifinal at Home vs South Fork (7pm) on Wednesday (11/3). Tickets are available on www.gofan.co. The Raiders (24-4) are coming off a win against W.T Dwyer where they swept the Panthers to earn a bid to the semifinal match.
THURSDAY Swimming and Diving Regional Finals: Raider Swimming and Diving will take to the pool in District Finals on Thursday (11/4) at Belen Jesuit (4:00). The team is coming off a big win as they claimed victories at the BCAA Championships (Boys 1st, Girls 2nd) where St. Thomas Aquinas placed 1st overall. The teams were lead by Girls 400 Freestlye Relay (Julianne McCraine, Anastasia Lutz, Mia Gelin, Teresa Landron) and Girls 200 Freestyle Relay (Mia Gelin, Jade Renuad, Anastasia Lutz, Teresa Landron).
SATURDAY Regional Finals: Cross Country Regionals will take place at South Fork High School (8 a.m) on Saturday (11/6). Both teams are coming off District wins ( Girls: 3rd Overall) (Boys: 2nd Ovearall) and are looking to secure their bid to State Competition.
St. Thomas Aquinas High School is a college preparatory school located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. A recognized School of Excellence, STA has earned the prestigious Department of Education Blue Ribbon Award and is the only Catholic high school in the Archdiocese of Miami to have been listed as one of the Top 50 Catholic High Schools in the United States. Founded in 1936, STA has been part of the South Florida community for 85 years and is the largest Catholic High School in the country by enrollment.
STA boasts a 25 acre campus which includes the Bienes Center For The Arts, a Nationally recognized Robotics Program, Fine Arts Department and Innovation Center. Graduates of St. Thomas Aquinas earned over $66 million in college scholarships in 2021 and included 73 Summas, each achieving a cumulative grade point average of 5.0 or higher. There were 40 National Merit Scholar Awardees, 15 Silver Knight Nominees and collectively over 120,000 service hours donated to the global community.
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