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DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS
Announcements are posted each school day, typically by noon, and remain up for two weeks

September 23, Thursday, B Day
TODAY
Last day to purchase tickets to the Fall Show, Library
Last day House of Courage fundraiser
All-school Mass
TOMORROW:
Guerin Day: 2:00 Dismissal
Football vs. Holy Cross, 7:00 p.m., Murphy Stadium
Girls Golf Regional, 8:30 a.m., Country Oaks GC
MONDAY:
A Day
Pro-Life Club, 7:50 a.m./2nd session, Room 202

Saint of the Day:  Saint Pio of Pietrelcina, popularly known as Padre Pio, grew up in southern Italy. At the age of 15, he joined the Capuchins and was ordained in 1910. In 1918 he received the stigmata, the markings of the crucified Jesus, which he then bore for the next 50 years.

Celebrating 70 Years of School History: For many years, all-school Mass was celebrated in what is now the Koetter Gym. Students sat in chairs on the floor and in the bleachers. After the Larkin Center was built in 1989, Mass was celebrated in the Larkin Center, with students in the bleachers. After the Robinson Performing Arts Center was completed in 2006, Mass was celebrated in that space.

Today’s Lunch: General Tso’s Chicken, Lo Mein Noodles, Broccoli, Carrots
Snack Line: Cheeseburger

GUERIN DAY Lunch: Papa John’s Pizza, Fresh Fruits, Fresh Veggies

Veggie burger option: Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request by 11 a.m. to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

The Library will be closed 3B today.

NEWS

Tomorrow is GUERIN DAY and HOMECOMING ASSEMBLY. It is a dress-down day, and many Houses are dressing in a theme. Check the email from Mr. Hutchins for further information. Monday will be an A Day.

The PRO-LIFE CLUB will be meeting Monday at 7:50 a.m./2nd session in Ms. Vander Woude’s room. Please come and be a part of the Pro-Life Generation! All are welcome!

Today is the LAST DAY to vote in the Courageous Fundraiser. Here are the standings:

1) Mrs. Welch (365)

2) Mr. Purichia (361)

3) Ms. Mauk (54)

4) Mr. Book (15)

5) Mrs. Denison, Mr. O’Neill, Mr. Makowsky, and Mr. Hutchins (12)

House standings:

1) Justice (510)

2) Fail (139)

3) Courage (132)

4) Humility (36)

5) Integrity (13)

6) Loyalty (12)

7) Truth (1)

Faculty and Staff:  You can participate too!! 

25 cents = 1 ticket

$1 = 6 tickets

$10 = $60 tickets

Fall Show tickets are still on sale IN ADVANCE ONLY in the Library through today! The final performances are Saturday at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday at 2:00 p.m. in the Ray Day Little Theatre. Tickets are $10.

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Seniors: College Go Week activities!

  • Daily highlights of faculty and their alma maters sent to student’s emails.
  • Today—Match the mascot with the university (prize for the most correct and earliest submitted)
  • Tomorrow—All students with a submitted application will be put into a drawing to win a gift card. Drawing will be Monday, Sept 27, due to Guerin Day activities on Friday.

CAMPUS MINISTRY

All-School Mass today in the Larkin Center. Everyone must wear a mask. Seniors will sit on the court, and the underclassmen will sit with their Houses in the bleachers.

 SERVICE HOUR OPPORTUNITIES

Oct. 3. St. John Paul II carryout picnic. Any students interested in earning service hours, email wnpopp91@gmail.com.

ATHLETICS NEWS

The Boys Soccer game vs. Silver Creek tonight will now be played at 6:00 p.m. The JV game is cancelled.

Attention Volleyball and Soccer Fans: Tickets to the Volleyball (tonight) and Boys Soccer (tomorrow) games at Silver Creek should be purchased online from the links below. Tickets will be available at the gate, but Silver Creek prefers tickets per bought online.

Tickets to the Boys Soccer at Jeff game on Saturday also should be purchased online but tickets will be available at the gate for $6.

The Football Team takes on the Holy Cross Cougars tomorrow evening, 7:00, at Murphy Stadium for homecoming. Come out and support our Pioneers! We want the stadium packed and LOUD!

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

 

September 22, Wednesday, A Day
TODAY
Last week to purchase tickets to the Fall Show, Library
House of Courage fundraiser, lunches
TOMORROW:
College Go Week for seniors – Match the mascot with the university
Students in uniform
All-school Mass

Saint of the Day:  Saint Lorenzo Ruiz and Companions. Saint Lorenzo Ruiz, the first canonized Filipino martyr, became a witness to the faith almost by accident. Fleeing a legal charge, he ended up with a group of Dominicans headed for Japan, where they were all arrested, tortured, and finally executed.

Celebrating 70 Years of School History: Did you know that the tennis courts out front weren’t the first ones built on school property? In 1954 two courts were located on the parking lot directly behind the (now Koetter) gymnasium in October 1954. It consisted of 220 feet of chain-link fencing around a space that doubled as an outdoor volleyball court. The courts remained for less than a decade as the space was needed for parking – and eventually site of the Larkin Center.

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Alfredo, Broccoli, Green Beans, Carrots, Dinner Roll
Snack Line: PHS Chicken Sandwich

Veggie burger option: Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request by 11 a.m. to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

The Library will be closed 4th Lunch today.

NEWS

Homecoming activities this week:

  • Thursday: All School Homecoming Mass in the Larkin Center. All students will be in uniform.
  • Friday: GUERIN DAY and HOMECOMING ASSEMBLY.

Courageous Fundraiser update:

Contestants in the lead…

  • Welch (353)
  • Purichia (61)
  • Mauk (54)

House Leaders…

  • Justice (246)
  • Faith (139)
  • Courage (72)

Fall Show tickets are still on sale IN ADVANCE ONLY in the Library. The final performances are Saturday at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday at 2:00 p.m. in the Ray Day Little Theatre. Tickets are $10.

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Seniors: College Go Week activities!

  • Blue Day Sessions for college application help: 7:30-8:20 in Computer Lab 320 (all week, Monday-Thursday).
  • Daily highlights of faculty and their alma maters sent to student’s emails.
  • Thursday—Match the mascot with the university (prize for the most correct and earliest submitted)
  • Friday—All students with a submitted application will be put into a drawing to win a gift card. Drawing will be Monday, Sept 27, due to Guerin Day activities on Friday.

 CAMPUS MINISTRY

Morning Mass tomorrow will be cancelled since we will be having an all-school Mass that day.

SERVICE HOUR OPPORTUNITIES

St. John Paul II is holding a carryout picnic on Oct. 3 and is in need of volunteers. Any students interested in earning service hours, email wnpopp91@gmail.com.

ATHLETICS NEWS

Attention Volleyball and Soccer Fans: Tickets to the Volleyball (tonight) and Boys Soccer (tomorrow) games at Silver Creek should be purchased online from the links below. Tickets will be available at the gate, but Silver Creek prefers tickets per bought online.

Tickets to the Boys Soccer at Jeff game on Saturday also should be purchased online but tickets will be available at the gate for $6.

With a subscription to NFHS Network, you can live stream the games at Silver Creek:

The Girls Soccer team defeated Louisville Eastern last night 4-1. The Pioneers struck early in the first half off junior Madaleine Reed’s assist to freshman Molly Richards.  Louisville Eastern then equalized with 11 minutes left in the first half. The Pioneers came right back with Reed assisting fellow junior Regan Hinton, who struck from inside the 20. In the second half, Richards came out for PHS off an assist from junior Brooklyn Stemle. Richards repaid the favor by assisting Stemle for the Pioneers 4th goal with 12 mins left in the game. The Lady Pioneers extend their home win streak to 2-0. They will next face Louisville Christian Academy away tomorrow.

Boys Soccer tied Forest Park 1-1 in a close contest last night. Senior Billy Hoke scored on an assist by Luke Jorden. Charlie Scott had 3 saves.

The Volleyball Teams all three had big wins over Jeffersonville on the road last night! The Pioneers have a BIG MATCH against Silver Creek tonight at Silver Creek. The Frosh match starts at 5:30, with the JV and Varsity matches to follow!! The Pioneers need YOUR HELP to take down the Dragons, so come show your BLUE PRIDE tonight at Silver Creek!!

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

 

September 21, Tuesday, B Day
TODAY
College Go Week for seniors – Match the teacher/staff with his/her university
Last week to purchase tickets to the Fall Show, Library
House of Courage fundraiser
Senior Homecoming Court photo, after school, Admin Corridor
Girls Soccer vs. Louisville Eastern, 6:00 p.m., Murphy Stadium
PHS Football Night at Bubba’s 33
TOMORROW:
Homecoming dress down theme: Wacky Wednesday

Saint of the Day:  Saint Matthew was a Jew who worked for the Romans as a tax collector. His fellow Jews considered him a traitor and resented him. The Pharisees viewed him, and all tax collectors, as sinners. So it was a real shock to hear that Jesus called such a man to be one of his followers. But that’s the kind of thing that Jesus did. https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/saint-matthew

Celebrating 70 Years of School History: PHS Cross Country started as a boys-only sport, as did all IHSAA sanctioned sports. The program saw great success between 1967 and 1970 under Coach Ron Veleta (since deceased.) The program earned sectional titles in 1967, 1968, and 1970. In 1968, the team also was the regional champ and a state finalist. The team also advanced to state in 1969 and 1970. The program has advanced individuals into the postseason many times. The first time a girls’ team was mentioned in the yearbook was the fall of 1973.

Today’s Lunch: Chili, Hot Dogs, Corn Bread, Carrots, Green Beans
Snack Line: Personal Pizza

Veggie burger option: Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request by 11 a.m. to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

The Library will be closed 3B today.

NEWS

Senior Homecoming Court members: Group photo in the Admin Corridor immediately after school. Please be prompt, and the photo should be done around 3:05.

This week is Homecoming Week! Check out the fun activities every day:

  • Wednesday: Wacky Wednesday: Inside Out and/or Backwards, Crazy Socks and/or Hats, Mismatched Patterns and Colors. PHS Spirit wear can also be worn as an alternative.
  • Thursday: All School Homecoming Mass in the Larkin Center. All students will be in uniform.
  • Friday: GUERIN DAY and HOMECOMING ASSEMBLY.

Courageous Fundraiser! Pick an adult to receive a Pie-in-the-Face or Pick your Favorite Charity!

The House of Courage is sponsoring a fundraiser during Homecoming week. Purchase tickets from a House of Courage member, and then vote during lunch for the faculty member you would like to see receive a pie in the face on Guerin Day or vote for his/her chosen charity. Tickets are 25 cents for one or $1 for 6. House of Courage leaders Allison Mercer, Abby Shavers, Jack Kaiser, Maci Hoskins, Ethan Richards, Erin Popson, Mary Furnish, and Molly Richards will be selling tickets at lunch.

The “winner” will donate all of the money collected to his/her chosen charity. House Points will be awarded to the Houses that purchase the most tickets.

Courageous Fundraiser standings to date:

1) Mrs. Welch (157)

2) Ms. Mauk (54)

3) Mr. Purichia (13)

tie 4) Mr. Makowsky, Mr. Book, Mr. O’Neill, Mr. Denison, Mr. Hutchins (12)

Fall Show tickets are on sale IN ADVANCE ONLY in the Library. The final performances are Sept. 25 at 7:00 p.m. and Sept. 26 2:00 p.m. in the Ray Day Little Theatre. Tickets are $10.

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Seniors: College Go Week activities!

  • Blue Day Sessions for college application help: 7:30-8:20 in Computer Lab 320 (all week, Monday-Thursday).
  • Daily highlights of faculty and their alma maters sent to student’s emails.
  • Today—Match the teacher/staff with his/her university! (Prize for the most correct and earliest submitted)
  • Thursday—Match the mascot with the university (prize for the most correct and earliest submitted)
  • Friday—All students with a submitted application will be put into a drawing to win a gift card. Drawing will be Monday, Sept 27, due to Guerin Day activities on Friday.

Attention Seniors! Indiana’s College Go Week is this week! Many colleges and universities will be waiving their application fees during the week. See the full list here: https://cdn.learnmoreindiana.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/2021_CG_Fee_Waivers.pdf

CAMPUS MINISTRY

Morning Mass on Thursday Mass will be cancelled since we will be having an all-school Mass that day.

ATHLETICS NEWS

Attention Volleyball and Soccer Fans: Tickets to the Volleyball (Wednesday) and Boys Soccer (Thursday) games at Silver Creek should be purchased online from the links below. Tickets will be available at the gate, but Silver Creek prefers tickets per bought online.

Tickets to the Boys Soccer at Jeff game on Saturday also should be purchased online but tickets will be available at the gate for $6.

Tomorrow’s Boys Tennis match at North Harrison is canceled.

The Freshman Volleyball team got a chance to play New Albany last night at the Larkin Center! The Pioneers played GREAT and beat rival Bulldogs in two sets 25-15, 25-13. Grace Kaiser led the Pioneers with seven kills and Lilly Baxter added 4 of her own.  The amazing serving of Zoe Langness in the second set was too much for the Dawgs! The Frosh travel to Jeff tonight to play the Red Devils at 5 p.m.!  Good luck, Pioneers!

The JV team got back to their winning ways with a dominant performance over Christian Academy of Louisville in two sets 25-10, 25-7. The Pioneers were led by the strong net play of Maddie Dotson, Brooklyn Borden, Abby Julius and Nicole Stratford. Anna Rodewig, Claire Glotzbach and Ella Baldwin anchored the defense, and Reese Carver led the team in assists. The Pioneers play Jeff tonight at Jeff at 6 p.m.

The varsity Volleyball team took care of business in three sets against CAL 25-13, 25-13, 25-17. The whole team got in and contributed to the great win! Very proud of our Pioneers!! Tonight the varsity plays at JEFF at 7 p.m.! Good luck, ladies!

The JV Football team defeated Charlestown last night by a score of 35-0. The Pioneers were led by Wyatt Small, who posted two interceptions, one of which was returned for a touchdown. Wyatt also had a receiving touchdown. Cooper Ross and Travis Franklin each scored a touchdown, and Preston Kempf threw for two touchdowns and intercepted a pass.

Tonight is Providence Night at Bubba’s 33 in Clarksville. Please present the attached flier to your server, and Bubba’s will donate 10% of your bill back to Providence Football.

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

 

September 20, Monday, A Day
TODAY
College Go Week for seniors – See Counselor’s Corner below
Last week to purchase tickets to the Fall Show, Library
House of Courage fundraiser
Boys Tennis vs. Borden, 4:30 p.m., Tennis Courts
Freshman Volleyball vs. New Albany, 5:00 p.m., Larkin Center
Volleyball vs. CAL, JV 6:00/V 7:00 p.m., Larkin Center
JV Football vs. Charlestown, 6:00 p.m., Murphy Stadium
TOMORROW:
Homecoming dress down theme: Tropical Tuesday
College Go Week: Match the teacher/staff with his/her university
Girls Soccer vs. Louisville Eastern, 6:00 p.m., Murphy Stadium

Saint of the Day:  Saints Andrew Kim Taegon, Paul Chong Hasang, and Companions. The Korean martyrs, including Saints Andrew Kim Taegon and Paul Chong Hasang, spread the gospel in their native land under extremely difficult circumstances. The holy companion martyrs include bishops, priests, and laity, some of whom where French missionaries.

Today’s Lunch: Country Fried Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Baked Beans, Green Beans. Carrots
Snack Line: Garlic Cheese Bread

Veggie burger option: Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request by 11 a.m. to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

The Library will be closed 4th Lunch today.

NEWS

This week is Homecoming Week! Check out the fun activities every day:

  • Tuesday: Tropical Tuesday: Wear school-appropriate Hawaiian shirts, sunglasses, hats, leis, bright colors etc. (no strapless tops, spaghetti straps, plunging necklines, swimsuits, coconut bras, etc.). Grass skirts can be worn only if pants are underneath.  PHS Spirit wear can also be worn as an alternative.
  • Wednesday: Wacky Wednesday: Inside Out and/or Backwards, Crazy Socks and/or Hats, Mismatched Patterns and Colors. PHS Spirit wear can also be worn as an alternative.
  • Thursday: All School Homecoming Mass in the Larkin Center. All students will be in uniform.
  • Friday: GUERIN DAY and HOMECOMING ASSEMBLY.

Courageous Fundraiser! Pick an adult to receive a Pie-in-the-Face or Pick your Favorite Charity!
The House of Courage is sponsoring a fundraiser during Homecoming week. Purchase tickets from a House of Courage member, and then vote during lunch for the faculty member you would like to see receive a pie in the face on Guerin Day or vote for his/her chosen charity. Tickets are 25 cents for one or $1 for 6. House of Courage leaders Allison Mercer, Abby Shavers, Jack Kaiser, Maci Hoskins, Ethan Richards, Erin Popson, Mary Furnish, and Molly Richards will be selling tickets.
The “winner” will donate all of the money collected to his/her chosen charity. House Points will be awarded to the Houses that purchase the most tickets.
Our Courageous volunteers:

  • Mrs. Stephanie Mauk – In Heaven’s Eyes (Holy Family)
  • Mr. Larry Denison – Alzheimer’s Association
  • Mr. Jeff Purichia – St. Jude
  • Mrs. Diana Welch – St. Baldrick’s Childhood Cancer
  • Mr. Stuart Book – American Cancer Society
  • Mr. Andrew O’Neill – Hurricane Relief through the Institute for School and Parish Development
  • Mr. Scott Hutchins – Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation
  • Mr. Bart Makowsky – V Foundation for Cancer Research

Fall Show tickets are on sale IN ADVANCE ONLY in the Library. The final performances are Sept. 25 at 7:00 p.m. and Sept. 26 2:00 p.m. in the Ray Day Little Theatre. Tickets are $10.

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Seniors: This week is College Go Week! Do you have your college application materials ready? Make note of these activities to help you.

  • Blue Day Sessions for college application help: 7:30-8:20 in Computer Lab 320 (all week, Monday-Thursday).
  • Daily highlights of faculty and their alma maters sent to student’s emails.
  • Today—Kick Off for College Go! Week: wear your favorite college/university t-shirt/sweatshirt
  • Tuesday—Match the teacher/staff with his/her university! (Prize for the most correct and earliest submitted)
  • Thursday—Match the mascot with the university (prize for the most correct and earliest submitted)
  • Friday—All students with a submitted application will be put into a drawing to win a gift card. Drawing will be Monday, Sept 27, due to Guerin Day activities on Friday.

Attention Seniors! Indiana’s College Go Week is tthis week! Many colleges and universities will be waiving their application fees during the week. See the full list here: https://cdn.learnmoreindiana.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/2021_CG_Fee_Waivers.pdf

CAMPUS MINISTRY

Morning Mass on Thursday Mass will be cancelled since we will be having an all-school Mass that day.

ATHLETICS NEWS

Attention Volleyball and Soccer Fans: Tickets to the Volleyball (Wednesday) and Boys Soccer (Thursday) games at Silver Creek should be purchased online from the links below. Tickets will be available at the gate, but Silver Creek prefers tickets per bought online.

Girls Golf competed in the Corydon Sectional on Saturday, finishing sixth with a team score of 439. Claire Cassis led the Pioneers with a 92 and will advance as an individual to next week’s regional at Country Oaks Golf Course.

Boys Tennis split the Columbus East Invite 1-2. Against Bloomington South, they lost 2-3, playing with great effort in a close match. Winning in that match were Jake Rodski at No. 2 singles & Jacob Kaiser at No. 3 singles. The team lost to Evansville Memorial 1-4, with Kaiser the lone winner in that match. The team defeated Columbus East 4-1, with Kaiser winning his third match of the day. Also winning were Alex Kemp, Rodski and Nathan Huynh/Tyler Barnett. Tonight is Senior Night!

Boys Soccer defeated Indianapolis Lutheran 1-0 on Saturday. The lone goal was by Braden Hoke. Charlie Scott had three saves and a shutout. JV won 4-0 with goals by Luke Richards (2), Hoke, and Evan Dickerson. Assists by Hoke and Richards. Gus Ernstberger had three saves and the shutout.

In the Trinity/Valkyrie Cross Country Invite, Maci Hoskins placed 41st in the Girls Elite division. For the boys, Ben Kelly placed 6th and freshman Drew Kelly placed 56th in the varsity division

The JV Volleyball team played in the Y at TI classic in Indianapolis this weekend against some great competition! Due to illness, the JV team was unstaffed but put forth an amazing effort coming away 1-1 on the day. In the opening match, the Pioneers lost to Bishop Dwenger 25-22, 25-15. After a quick lunch break, the JV team battled McCutcheon coming from behind to finish the MAVS in two sets 25-18, 25-20. The JV Pioneers are back in action TONIGHT at THE LARKIN Center at 6 p.m. against CAL.  Good luck Pioneers!
The Varsity Volleyball team had two thrilling 5-set matches against two of Indiana’s top ranked teams on Saturday. The Pioneers battled defending state champion in Class 3A and current #1 in class 3A Bishop Dwenger in an awesome contest, falling short in the 5th set. The scores were 25-19, 27-25, 21-25, 16-25, 17-19.  The Pioneers were led by Lilly Tappel (16 kills and 8 digs), Grace Purichia (10 kills and 37 assists) and Lilly Kaiser (10 kills, 2 blocks, and 3 aces).  Makenzie Wagner (7 kills) and NIcole Stratford (6 kills, 6 digs, and 2 aces) helped the Pioneer offense stay competitive against the size of Dwenger!  
In the second match, the Pioneers faced Class 4A #3 McCutcheon and went toe to toe the entire match outlasting the MAVS in the 5th set with scores of 19-25, 27-25, 25-22, 22-25, 18-16. The Pioneers played great all day and hung in there despite the intense heat inside the gym Saturday!! Tonight, the Pioneers take on Christian Academy of Louisville at HOME at 7:00. It is BLUE PRIDE night, so wear your BLUE and come cheer on the Pioneers!

 SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

 

September 17, Friday, B Day
TODAY
Fall Show debuts, 7:00 p.m., Ray Day Little Theatre – Buy tickets in advance in Library
TOMORROW:
Boys Soccer vs. Indy Lutheran, JV 11 a.m./V 1:00 p.m., Murphy Stadium
Fall Show, 7:00 p.m., Ray Day Little Theatre – Buy tickets today in Library
SUNDAY:
Fall Show, 2:00 p.m., Ray Day Little Theatre – Buy tickets today in Library
MONDAY:
SEAC meeting, 7:45 a.m., Administrative Corridor
College Go Week for seniors – See Counselor’s Corner below
Homecoming dress down theme: College Go! Week kickoff – wear your favorite college spirit wear or PHS Spirit Wear

Saint of the Day:  Saint Robert Bellarmine, the namesake for Bellarmine University, was ordained in 1570 during a period when the study of theology was in a weakened state. He dedicated his time and energy to the study of Church history, the Fathers of the Church, and to Scripture, in order to organize Church teaching to face the attacks of the Protestant Reformers.

https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day

Celebrating 70 Years of School History: Since Girls Golf is in sectionals tomorrow, here’s a look at some Girls Golf history: Girls Golf was added as an IHSAA sport in fall 1973, and the first time a PHS was mentioned in a yearbook was fall 1975 under Coach Greg Geisen, a PHS science teacher. The team won its first sectional in 1999 and again in 2002 and 2005. The team advanced to the state finals in 2001.

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Sandwich, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Carrots, Baked Beans
Snack Line: Mini Corn Dogs

Veggie burger option: Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request by 11 a.m. to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

The Library will be closed 3B today.

NEWS

Next week is Homecoming Week! Check out the fun activities every day next week:

  • Monday: Kick Off for College Go! Week: Wear your favorite college/university t-shirt, jersey, or sweatshirt. PHS Spirit wear also can be worn as an alternative.
  • Tuesday: Tropical Tuesday: Wear school-appropriate Hawaiian shirts, sunglasses, hats, leis, bright colors etc. (no strapless tops, spaghetti straps, plunging necklines, swimsuits, coconut bras, etc.). Grass skirts can be worn only if pants are underneath.  PHS Spirit wear can also be worn as an alternative.
  • Wednesday: Wacky Wednesday: Inside Out and/or Backwards, Crazy Socks and/or Hats, Mismatched Patterns and Colors. PHS Spirit wear can also be worn as an alternative.
  • Thursday: All School Homecoming Mass in the Larkin Center. All students will be in uniform.
  • Friday: GUERIN DAY and HOMECOMING ASSEMBLY.

Courageous Fundraiser! Pick an adult to receive a Pie-in-the-Face or Pick your Favorite Charity!
The House of Courage is sponsoring a fundraiser during Homecoming week. Purchase tickets from a House of Courage member, and then vote during lunch for the faculty member you would like to see receive a pie in the face on Guerin Day or vote for his/her chosen charity. Tickets are 25 cents for one or $1 for 6. House of Courage leaders Allison Mercer, Abby Shavers, Jack Kaiser, Maci Hoskins, Ethan Richards, Erin Popson, Mary Furnish, and Molly Richards will be selling tickets.
The “winner” will donate all of the money collected to his/her chosen charity. House Points will be awarded to the Houses that purchase the most tickets.
Our Courageous volunteers:

  • Stephanie Mauk – In Heaven’s Eyes (Holy Family)
  • Larry Denison – Alzheimer’s Association
  • Jeff Purichia – St. Jude
  • Diana Welch – St. Baldrick’s Childhood Cancer
  • Stuart Book – American Cancer Society
  • Andrew O’Neill – Hurricane Relief through the Institute for School and Parish Development
  • Scott Hutchins – Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation
  • Bart Makowsky – V Foundation for Cancer Research

Attention Junior and Senior SEAC members: The junior and senior members of SEAC will meet on Monday morning at 7:45 in the Administrative Corridor. Please see Mrs. Gerber or Mr. Hutchins if you have any questions.

Fall Show opens tonight! Performances are Sept. 17-18 at 7:00 p.m., Sept. 19 2:00 p.m., and Sept. 25 at 7:00 p.m. and Sept. 26 2:00 p.m. in the Ray Day Little Theatre. Tickets can be purchased from Mrs. Scharre in the library, BUT they must be purchased in advance. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR. A limited number of tickets are available.

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Seniors: Next week is College Go! Week! Do you have your college application materials ready? Make note of these activities to help you.

  • Blue Day Sessions for college application help: 7:30-8:20 in Computer Lab 320 (all week, Monday-Thursday).
  • Daily highlights of faculty and their alma maters sent to student’s emails.
  • Monday—Kick Off for College Go! Week: wear your favorite college/university t-shirt/sweatshirt
  • Tuesday—Match the teacher/staff with his/her university! (Prize for the most correct and earliest submitted)
  • Thursday—Match the mascot with the university (prize for the most correct and earliest submitted)
  • Friday—All students with a submitted application will be put into a drawing to win a gift card. Drawing will be Monday, Sept 27, due to Guerin Day activities on Friday.

Attention Seniors! Indiana’s College Go Week is next week! Many colleges and universities will be waiving their application fees during the week. See the full list here: https://cdn.learnmoreindiana.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/2021_CG_Fee_Waivers.pdf

 SERVICE HOUR OPPORTUNITIES

Sept. 18: The Monarch Festival at MountFest is a new combined event between The Monarch Festival annually sponsored by the Arts Alliance of Southern Indiana and MountFest hosted by the Mount Saint Francis Center for Spirituality. This regional arts festival will feature live entertainment and musicians, food trucks, Kids Zone activities, and an amazing butterfly experience. Needed are 10 or so workers for 2 or 4 hour shifts from each of our local high schools. Click here to sign up: https://mountsaintfrancis.org/volunteer. 

ATHLETICS NEWS

Tickets for tonight’s Football game at Charlestown are available only online. No cash payments will be accepted at the gate. Order here: https://sites.eventlink.com/s/charlestown-high-school/purchase-tickets

Girls Golf will compete in the Corydon Central Sectional tomorrow at Old Capital Golf Club, Corydon. Play starts at 8 a.m. Free admission.

SPORTS

https://providencehigh.net/athletics/athletics-calendar/

September 16, Thursday, A Day
TODAY
Fall Show tickets on sale in the library
September Scholars Q&A due to Mrs. Hoyland
IVY Tech Psychology classes canceled
College Panel Night, 6:00 p.m., Robinson Auditorium
TOMORROW:
Scholarship Spirit Wear Day
IVY Tech Psychology classes canceled
Fall Show opens – tickets must be purchased in advance

Saint of the Day:  Saint Cornelius was elected pope “by the judgment of God and of Christ, by the testimony of most of the clergy, by the vote of the people, with the consent of aged priests and of good men” after a 14-month vacancy in the papacy.

https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/saint-cornelius

Celebrating 70 Years of School History: The Fall Show opens in the Ray Day Little Theatre tomorrow. Who is Ray Day? He was a member of the Class of 1957, the school’s second graduating class. He began teaching in 1962 and founded the Musical Theatre Program in 1963 and opened the first Little Theatre in Room 209 in 1968. He was instrumental in Providence Theatre and retired from teaching in 1996. He returned to work for Providence in what is now known as the Advancement Office in 2002 through 2007. He worked part time until 2017, and still volunteers as the school archivist.

Today’s Lunch: Little Caesars Pizza, French Fries, Peas, Green Beans, Peach Crisp
Snack Line: Pizza

Veggie burger option: Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request by 11 a.m. to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

The Library will be closed 4th Lunch today.

NEWS

Attention Junior and Senior SEAC members: The junior and senior members of SEAC will meet on Monday morning at 7:45 in the Administrative Corridor. Please see Mrs. Gerber or Mr. Hutchins if you have any questions.

ATTENTION IVY TECH PSYCH STUDENTS: IVY Tech Psychology classes are canceled for today. Classes will resume as normal next week.

Attention All: Tomorrow will be a Scholarship Spirit Wear Day! Students, faculty, and staff can wear PHS spirit wear and pay $1 upon entry into school. All money will go back to students in the form of scholarships to help defray costs of such things as mission trips, summer camps, retreats, and workshops. Show your Blue Pride and School Spirit while supporting your fellow students!

Get your tickets to the Fall Show! It opens tomorrow! Performances are Sept. 17-18 at 7:00 p.m., Sept. 19 2:00 p.m., and Sept. 25-26 at 7:00 p.m. in the Ray Day Little Theatre. Tickets can be purchased from Mrs. Scharre in the library, BUT they must be purchased in advance. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR. A limited number of tickets are available. 

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Attention Students: College Panel Night is tonight at 6:00 in the Robinson Auditorium. Representatives from Ball State, Bellarmine, Hanover, and IU Bloomington will be on hand to answer your and/or your parents’ questions about college admissions, the application and scholarship application process, and more!

 SERVICE HOUR OPPORTUNITIES

Sept. 18: The Monarch Festival at MountFest is a new combined event between The Monarch Festival annually sponsored by the Arts Alliance of Southern Indiana and MountFest hosted by the Mount Saint Francis Center for Spirituality. This regional arts festival will feature live entertainment and musicians, food trucks, Kids Zone activities, and an amazing butterfly experience. Needed are 10 or so workers for 2 or 4 hour shifts from each of our local high schools. Click here to sign up: https://mountsaintfrancis.org/volunteer.

ATHLETICS NEWS

Girls Golf will compete in the Corydon Central Sectional on Saturday at Old Capital Golf Club, Corydon. Play starts at 8 a.m. Free admission.

The Freshman Volleyball team came up short last night against Floyd Central losing 25-11, 25-17.  The Pioneers were led at the net by Valeraia Mungaria with 3 kills and 1 block. Addi Wurth had a match high 3 aces in the second set, and Ellie Leffew sparked the defensive effort in the second set with great hustle!!  The Pioneers will play at the LIVT this Saturday at OVVC!  Good luck ladies!
The JV team lost a close contest with the Highlanders 25-22, 25-21.  The Pioneers were led at the net by Abby Julius, Nicole Stratford, and Maddie Dotson.  Reese Carver finished with a game high 14 assists, and Claire Gillespie and Maycy Scroggins led the team with 3 blocks!  The Pioneers play at the Y at TI this Saturday against Dwenger and McCutcheon.  Good luck ladies!
The varsity Volleyball team won a 4 set thriller against FC dropping the first set 18-25, but storming back to win the next three sets 25-19, 25-15, 25-23.  Makenzie Wagner was the big hammer for the Pioneers finishing with 16 kills.  Lily Kaiser had a big night finishing with 10 kills and a timely block at the net, and Nicole Stratford had a great overall match adding 5 kills, 9 digs, and 4 service aces!  Camila Adams led the team with 10 digs, and Grace Purichia had a match high 31 assists and added 9 kills and 8 digs. The Pioneers are back t at TI this Saturday against Dwenger and McCutcheon.  Keep it rolling, ladies!

SPORTS

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September 15, Wednesday, B Day
TODAY
Fall Show tickets on sale in the library
September Scholars Q&A due to Mrs. Hoyland
Girls Soccer – varsity postponed, JV cancelled
TOMORROW:
Mass, 7:50 a.m., Chapel
College Panel Night, 6:00 p.m., Robinson Auditorium

Saint of the Day:  Our Lady of Sorrows. The principal biblical references to Mary’s sorrows are Simeon’s prediction about a sword piercing Mary’s soul and Jesus’ words from the cross to Mary and to the beloved disciple. The two passages are brought together as prediction and fulfillment. https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/our-lady-of-sorrows

Celebrating 70 Years of School History: In the first seven years of the school, enrollment grew from 137 students to 684. By 1959, an addition was built containing seven classrooms, a wood shop, and study hall. Today, that three-story addition extends from the student entrance to the new cafeteria.

Today’s Lunch: Pioneer Pasta, Broccoli, Carrots, Green Beans, Dinner Roll
Snack Line: Calzone

Veggie burger option: Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request by 11 a.m. to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

The Library will be closed 3B today.

NEWS

ATTENTION IVY TECH PSYCH STUDENTS: IVY Tech Psychology classes are canceled for today and tomorrow. Classes will resume as normal next week.

Attention House of Integrity Freshmen: Tomorrow is the first House of Integrity Freshman Class Mass in the chapel at 7:50 a.m. Please support the House of Integrity and start the day off right with Mass. Each House member who attends will get a coupon for a FREE ice cream at lunch.  Arrive by 7:45 and sign in at the podium in the chapel! 

Attention All: Friday will be a Scholarship Spirit Wear Day! Students, faculty, and staff can wear PHS spirit wear and pay $1 upon entry into school. All money will go back to students in the form of scholarships to help defray costs of such things as mission trips, summer camps, retreats, and workshops. Show your Blue Pride and School Spirit while supporting your fellow students!

Attention students: Tutors from the National Honor Society will be available in the Administrative Corridor during Blue Sessions beginning next Tuesday. Tutors will be available to help with English, math, world languages, science, theology and social studies classes. Please take advantage of this free resource.

Get your tickets to the Fall Show! It opens Friday! Performances are Sept. 17-18 at 7:00 p.m., Sept. 19 2:00 p.m., and Sept. 25-26 at 7:00 p.m. in the Ray Day Little Theatre. Tickets can be purchased from Mrs. Scharre in the library, BUT they must be purchased in advance. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR. A limited number of tickets are available. 

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Senior Reminders:

Attention Students: College Panel Night is tomorrow at 6:00 p.m. in the Robinson Auditorium. Representatives from Ball State, Bellarmine, Hanover, IU Bloomington, UofL, and Vincennes will be on hand to answer your and/or your parents’ questions about college admissions, the application and scholarship application process, and more!

CAMPUS MINISTRY

Morning liturgy is at 7:50 in the Chapel. Start the day with Jesus and sign in for House points. You also get a voucher for a treat! 

SERVICE HOUR OPPORTUNITIES

Sept. 18: The Monarch Festival at MountFest is a new combined event between The Monarch Festival annually sponsored by the Arts Alliance of Southern Indiana and MountFest hosted by the Mount Saint Francis Center for Spirituality. This regional arts festival will feature live entertainment and musicians, food trucks, Kids Zone activities, and an amazing butterfly experience. Needed are 10 or so workers for 2 or 4 hour shifts from each of our local high schools. Click here to sign up: https://mountsaintfrancis.org/volunteer. 

ATHLETICS NEWS

Tonight’s Girls Soccer game has been postponed. Note the changes:

  • 9/21 – Varsity only will host Louisville Eastern at 6 p.m.
  • 9/25 – Varsity only will host Evansville Central at 1 p.m.

Attention Volleyball fans: Wednesday night, the Pioneers play rival Floyd Central at FC. The frosh match starts at 5:30 p.m., with the JV and varsity to follow! The FC fans are rowdy, so we need the Pioneer Nation to show up to support our teams! Come one, come all, come ready for a battle! Let’s show our BLUE PRIDE in a BIG WAY!

Boys Tennis defeated Charlestown last night 5-0. Alex Kemp, Jake Rodski, and Jacob Kaiser won the singles matches. Alex Barnett/Zach Applewhite and Luke Banet/Foster Nash won the doubles matches. The team has won four of its last 5 matches.

Boys Soccer tied New Albany last night 2-2. Goals by Quentin Hesse in the 57th minute and Luke Jorden in the 60th.

SPORTS

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September 14, Tuesday, A Day
TODAY
Fall Show tickets on sale in the library
September Scholars group photo, immediately after school, Admin Corridor
Girls Golf vs. Salem & Paoli, 4:30 p.m., Champions Pointe
Boys Tennis vs. Charlestown, 4:30 p.m., Tennis Courts
Boys Soccer vs. New Albany, Senior Night, JV 5:30 p.m./V 7:00 p.m., Murphy Stadium
TOMORROW:
Girls Soccer vs. Eastern, JV 5:30/V 7:00 p.m., Murphy Stadium

Saint of the Day:  Exaltation of the Holy Cross. Saint Helena, the mother of Emperor Constantine, is credited with having found the cross on which Jesus was crucified. The cross quickly became an object of veneration.

https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/exaltation-of-the-holy-cross

Celebrating 70 Years of School History: The first teachers were primarily the Sisters of Providence from Saint-Mary-of-the-Woods in Terre Haute, Ind., with the exception of a handful of lay teachers. Because the convent wasn’t built until 1953-1954, the Sisters lived on the third floor of the school the first two years.

Today’s Lunch: Taco Boats, Mexican Rice, Refried Beans, Corn, Green Beans
Snack Line: Popcorn Chicken

Veggie burger option: Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request by 11 a.m. to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

The Library will be closed 3rd Lunch today. 

NEWS

Attention All: Friday will be a Scholarship Spirit Wear Day! Students, faculty, and staff can wear PHS spirit wear and pay $1 upon entry into school. All money will go back to students in the form of scholarships to help defray costs of such things as mission trips, summer camps, retreats, and workshops. Show your Blue Pride and School Spirit while supporting your fellow students!

Attention students: Tutors from the National Honor Society will be available in the Administrative Corridor during Blue Sessions beginning next Tuesday. Tutors will be available to help with English, math, world languages, science, theology and social studies classes. Please take advantage of this free resource.

September Scholars students: There will be a group photo immediately after school today in the Admin Corridor. Please arrive by 3:05, and the photo will only take a minute.

Get your tickets to the Fall Show! It opens Friday! Performances are Sept. 17-18 at 7:00 p.m., Sept. 19 2:00 p.m., and Sept. 25-26 at 7:00 p.m. in the Ray Day Little Theatre. Tickets can be purchased from Mrs. Scharre in the library BUT, they must be purchased in advance. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR. A limited number of tickets are available. 

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Attention Students: College Panel Night is Thursday at 6:00 p.m. in the Robinson Auditorium. Representatives from Ball State, Bellarmine, Hanover, IU Bloomington, UofL, and Vincennes will be on hand to answer your and/or your parents’ questions about college admissions, the application and scholarship application process, and more!

Senior Reminders:

SERVICE HOUR OPPORTUNITIES

Sept. 18: The Monarch Festival at MountFest is a new combined event between The Monarch Festival annually sponsored by the Arts Alliance of Southern Indiana and MountFest hosted by the Mount Saint Francis Center for Spirituality. This regional arts festival will feature live entertainment and musicians, food trucks, Kids Zone activities, and an amazing butterfly experience. Needed are 10 or so workers for 2 or 4 hour shifts from each of our local high schools. Click here to sign up: https://mountsaintfrancis.org/volunteer. 

ATHLETICS NEWS

Attention Soccer Fans: Tonight is Boys Soccer Senior Night. ALL attendees will get 1 free drink and 1 free popcorn/candy, thanks to our sponsor Ernstberger Orthodontics. It is also a House points event, so scan the QR code upon entry and pick up your voucher. The game vs. New Albany starts with JV at 5:30, varsity at 7:00 p.m.

Boys Tennis defeated South Central 5-0 last night. Alex Kemp, Jake Rodski, and Jacob Kaiser won the singles matches. Alex Barnett/Zach Applewhite and Luke Banet/Foster Nash won the doubles matches. Team entered district rankings at #8 this week.

The JV Football team defeated Floyd Central last night 19-0. On offense, the Pioneers were paced by freshmen Preston Kempf and Lucas Thomas. Kempf rushed for one touchdown and threw one touchdown pass to Thomas. Thomas also rushed for an additional touchdown. The Pioneers played exceptional defense as a unit in a shutout of the Highlanders
Special congratulations to sophomore Carter Lannan for being named one of the News and Tribune’s players of the week this week! Also, Cade Unruh was given a “game ball” by the News and Tribune for his performance against Clarksville.
The varsity Football team played an excellent game this past Friday in a victory to reclaim the Town Championship. Lannan completed 16 of 22 passes for 266 yards and 4 touchdowns. Thomas Lynch had a big game on the ground, rushing for 151 yards on 18 carries, with 2 touchdowns. Cade Unruh caught seven passes for 99 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively, the Pioneers were led by freshman Nick Stoner, who had three interceptions and seniors Joey Theobald and Craig Bratcher. Bratcher recorded ten tackles, while Theobald recovered a fumble. 

SPORTS

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September 16, Monday, B Day
TODAY
Fall Show tickets on sale in the library
JV Football vs. Floyd Central, 6:00 p.m., Murphy Stadium
Boys Tennis vs. South Central, 5:00 p.m., Tennis Courts
TOMORROW:
September Scholars group photo, immediately after school, Admin Corridor
Girls Golf vs. Salem & Paoli, 4:30 p.m., Champions Pointe
Boys Tennis vs. Charlestown, 4:30 p.m., Tennis Courts
Boys Soccer vs. New Albany, Senior Night, JV 5:30 p.m./V 7:00 p.m., Murphy Stadium

Saint of the Day:  Saint John Chrysostom, the great preacher of Antioch, was the victim of his own success. Called to be a bishop, this simple monk found himself embroiled in the workings of the empire. He, however, managed to stay focused on the needs of the Church.

https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/saint-john-chrysostom

Celebrating 70 Years of School History: The first teachers were primarily the Sisters of Providence from Saint-Mary-of-the-Woods in Terre Haute, Ind., with the exception of a handful of lay teachers. Because the convent wasn’t built until 1953-1954, the Sisters lived on the third floor of the school the first two years.

Today’s Lunch: Cheeseburgers, Tater Tots, Green Beans, Carrots
Snack Line: Personal Pizza

Veggie burger option: Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request by 11 a.m. to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

The Library will be closed 3B today. 

NEWS

Attention students: Tutors from the National Honor Society will be available in the Administrative Corridor during Blue Sessions beginning next Tuesday. Tutors will be available to help with English, math, world languages, science, theology and social studies classes. Please take advantage of this free resource.

September Scholars students: There will be a group photo immediately after school on Tuesday in the Admin Corridor. Please arrive by 3:05, and the photo will only take a minute.

Attention Students: It’s Murder in the Wings! Come see our Fall Show performance, Sept. 17-18 at 7:00 p.m., Sept. 19 2:00 p.m., and Sept. 25-26 at 7:00 p.m. in the Ray Day Little Theatre. Tickets can be purchased from Mrs. Scharre in the library BUT, they must be purchased in advance. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR. A limited number of tickets are available. Come see “who-dun-it.” 

COUNSELORS’ CORNER

Senior Reminders:

SERVICE HOUR OPPORTUNITIES

Sept. 18: The Monarch Festival at MountFest is a new combined event between The Monarch Festival annually sponsored by the Arts Alliance of Southern Indiana and MountFest hosted by the Mount Saint Francis Center for Spirituality. This regional arts festival will feature live entertainment and musicians, food trucks, Kids Zone activities, and an amazing butterfly experience. Needed are 10 or so workers for 2 or 4 hour shifts from each of our local high schools. Click here to sign up: https://mountsaintfrancis.org/volunteer. 

ATHLETICS NEWS

Attention Soccer Fans: Tomorrow is Boys Soccer Senior Night. ALL attendees will get 1 free drink and 1 free popcorn/candy, thanks to our sponsor Ernstberger Orthodontics. It is also a House points event, so scan the QR code upon entry and pick up your voucher. The game vs. New Albany starts at 5:30 for JV, 7:00 for varsity.

Boys Tennis went 1-1 in a dual meet on Saturday. The team fell to No. 2 Columbus North 0-5 but got the win against Batesville 4-1. Winners were Alex Kemp, Jake Rodski, and Jackson Kaiser  at singles and Zach Applewhite/Alex Barnett at No. 1 doubles.

Cross Country: Ben Kelly placed fifth in the Eagle Classic Cross Country meet, Small School division, with a PR on Saturday.Maci Hoskins placed 37th in the Elite Girls race, competing against some of the top teams in the state.

Boys Soccer defeated Southwestern 3-2 on Saturday. Goals by Billy Hoke (2) and Luke Jorden. Assists by Billy Hoke and Lazlo Langness. Charlie Scott with 2 saves.

The Freshman Volleyball team hosted a great invitational tournament this past Saturday loaded with excellent talent! The Pioneers fell short on earning any wins, but played Roncalli, Carmel, Mercy, and Jasper very tough! Assumption was the overall winner of the Frosh tourney. Great job, Freshmen, on competing hard! The frosh team is back in action Wednesday vs. Floyd Central.
The varsity Volleyball team picked up two high caliber wins this weekend in their PHS Round Robin, beating Jasper in 3 sets with scores of 25-18, 19-25, 25-21, 25-15. Makenzie Wagner led the Pioneers with 13 kills. Lilly Kaiser added 11 kills and 2 blocks. Abby Julius and Nicole Stratford each pitched in with 6 kills, and Julius and  Dotson chipped in 3 blocks each. Grace Purichia dished out 36 assists and a game high 12 digs. Camila Adams added 11 digs and 2 assists, and the amazing serving of Taylor Bansbach with 6 service aces finished off the Wildcats! Great job, ladies!
After a quick lunch break the Pioneers were back to play Class 4A No. 10 Carmel.  The Pioneers put together their best match of the season so far, winning in 5 exciting sets 25-20, 17-25, 21-25, 25-20, 15-11. The powerful net play of Makenzie Wagner (15 kills and 1 block) and Lilly Kaiser (10 kills 7 blocks) was a constant factor in the match. Maddie Dotson and Nicole Stratford both added 5 kills and 2 key blocks, while Abby Julius added 3 kills and 2 blocks. Grace Puricha had a triple double against Carmel finishing with a match high 35 assists, 10 kills, and 13 digs. Nicole Stratford, Camila Adams and Taylor Bansbach had 7 recorded digs, and Ella Baldwin added 6. Great job, ladies! We are very proud of you.  The Pioneers will take on Floyd Central at FC this Wednesday at 7:30. COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE VOLLEYBALL TEAMS!

The Football team won the Town Championship at Clarksville on Friday 46-27. Quarterback Carter Lannan passed 16 for 22 and 266 yards and 4 touchdowns. Thomas Lynch had 16 carries for 151 yds and 2 TDs. Craig Bratcher had 13 carries for 89 yards and 1 TD plus a 75-yd. TD called back. Cade Unruh had 7 receptions for 99 yds. and 1 TD. Freshman Nick Stoner had 3 interceptions at defensive back. The Offensive line contributed a very strong effort to ensure these big plays.

SPORTS

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September 10, 2021
Friday, A Day

TOMORROW:
Freshman Volleyball Round Robin, 9:00 a.m., Larkin Center
Volleyball Carmel/Jasper Round Robin, 10:00 a.m., Koetter Gym

Saint of the Day:  Saint Thomas of Villanova: Saint Thomas was from Castile in Spain and received his surname from the town where he was raised. After joining the Augustinian friars at Salamanca, he became prior and then provincial of the friars. He sent the first Augustinian friars to the New World.

Celebrating 70 Years of School History: The first Football team was an intramural flag football team formed in 1954. The first competitive team was in 1955 under Coach Bernie Roeckers with the first game on Sept. 24. The late Gene “Spider” Murphy (the other brother for whom Murphy Stadium is named) became the coach the next year, and the team got its first win in 1957 over Mitchell. He remained the coach until 1964.

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Nuggets, Carrots, Green Beans, Corn, Dinner Roll
Snack Line: Calzones

Veggie burger option: Boca Hot n’ Spicy Vegetable Chicken Burger and Original Vegetarian Chicken Burger. Email request by 11 a.m. to cafeteria@providencehigh.net with your scheduled lunch.

The Library will be closed 4th Lunch today.

 

NEWS

September Scholars students: There will be a group photo immediately after school on Tuesday in the Admin Corridor. Please arrive by 3:05, and the photo will only take a minute.

Attention Students: It’s Murder in the Wings! Come see our Fall Show performance, Sept. 17-18 at 7:00 p.m., Sept. 19 2:00 p.m., and Sept. 25-26 at 7:00 p.m. in the Ray Day Little Theatre. Tickets can be purchased from Mrs. Scharre in the library BUT, they must be purchased in advance. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR. A limited number of tickets are available. Come see “who-dun-it.”

SERVICE HOUR OPPORTUNITIES

Sept. 18: The Monarch Festival at MountFest is a new combined event between The Monarch Festival annually sponsored by the Arts Alliance of Southern Indiana and MountFest hosted by the Mount Saint Francis Center for Spirituality. This regional arts festival will feature live entertainment and musicians, food trucks, Kids Zone activities, and an amazing butterfly experience. Needed are 10 or so workers for 2 or 4 hour shifts from each of our local high schools. Click here to sign up: https://mountsaintfrancis.org/volunteer.

 

ATHLETICS NEWS

Going to the Football game at Clarksville? Clarksville uses a cashless digital ticketing system through Eventlink. Entry fee: $5.00. https://public.eventlink.com/tickets?t=1863&p=7255

For help with digital ticketing: https://vimeo.com/57723145

There will have two lines at the main gate. One for validating digital tickets and one for cash customers.

Can’t make the game? A live stream will be available through GLICOD at https://www.glicod.com/video-stream-1/.

Heading to Brown County to watch Cross Country in the Eagle Classic tomorrow? There will be NO cash option at the gate. Presale tickets are recommended: https://public.eventlink.com/tickets?t=2803&p=8349

Digital tickets via a QR code will be available at the gate, but it takes a bit of time to process, so plan ahead.

Attention Soccer Fans! Join us for a special Senior night vs our rivals, the New Albany Bulldogs on Tuesday, September 14. A huge thanks to our game day sponsor Ernstberger Orthodontics. One free drink and snack per student! Get your voucher at the gate.

Girls Soccer hosted Madison Thursday night at Murphy Stadium.  The Pioneers struck early in the first half off freshman Molly Richards’ assist to junior Brooklyn Stemle who had the finish. Richards went on to to set up Stemle at the top of the penalty box two more times in the game leading the Pioneers to a 3-0 victory.

Providence will next face Louisville Eastern on the 15th at PHS.

The Volleyball teams hosted Columbus East last night in the Larkin Center!!  The Freshman and JV teams played at the same time, and both came up with victories over the visiting Olympians!!  The frosh dropped the first set 24-25, but came back strong winning the next two sets 25-11, 15-11.  The Pioneers Freshman are back in action Saturday as they host their own Freshmen tourney at the Larkin Center.  The Frosh play at 9 am!!

 

The JV team played an exceptional match winning in two sets against Columbus East 25-8, 25-13.  The Pioneers were led by the solid play of Brooklyn Borden finished with 7 kills and 6 aces, Reese Carver with 3 aces, 3 kills, and 16 assists.  Maycy Scroggins and Claire Gillespie both finished with 2 kills and two blocks.  Anna Rodewig led the team with 11 digs!  The JV Pioneers have a short break, and will be back in action next Wednesday against Floyd Central!

 

The Varsity lost a 5-setter thriller against East 25-16, 26-24, 22-25, 12-25, 17-19.  The Pioneers were led by the unstoppable net play of Makenzie Wagner who hammered 21 kills for the Pioneers.  Grace Purichia added 13 Kills , 19 digs, and 35 assists.  Nicole Stratford had 10 kills  and two aces and Lilly Kaiser and Maddie Dotson both finished with 7 kills!  Camila Adams (11 Digs), Ella Baldwin (9 digs) and Taylor Bansbach (8 digs) anchored the defense last night for the Pioneers! 

SPORTS

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