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Eighth graders Joshua Mitchell and Dyamond Myers will represent Emmanuel Christian Academy at the CYO Track and Field Championship on Thursday, May 21, 2015. Both student-athletes will compete in the 100- and 400-meter dash in their respective meets. Mitchell and Myers advanced to the Championship after finishing in the top-four in the first-round of the...
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Emmanuel Christian Academy’s varsity basketball team had an exciting weekend. After being named a recipient of the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) Sportsmanship Award, the Rams played picked up a win and the Division 2 Green Conference Championship on Sunday, February 8. The Rams defeated Seton Catholic 49-24 in the Lebron James Arena at St. Vincent-St....
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Emmanuel Christian Academy’s Varsity and Junior Varsity teams were recently selected to receive The Diocese of Cleveland Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) Sportsmanship Award.  The Diocese of Cleveland CYO awards the Sportsmanship Awards to those teams who exemplify extraordinary good sportsmanship and Christian values. The Sportsmanship Award Ceremony will be held at the University of Akron on Saturday,...
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The CYO Playoffs are here and the Rams are the top seed in the Division 2 Green league! Our JV team finished the 2014-2015 season on January 31 and both teams were nominated for the CYO Sportsmanship Award. Take a look at the February 6 Sports Report and come out to the Varsity game on...
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Winter sports have hit the midway point, and our teams are racing to the championship. Check out our Rams Sports Report, take a look at our schedules and come support our Rams! Read this week’s update here: January 12, 2015 Rams Sports Report
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Varsity Boys CYO game is Saturday, December 20 2pm vs St. Barnabas at St. Barnabas (9234 Olde 8, Northfield, OH 44067) JV plays at 10am at St. Paul (1588 Greenlawn Ave., Akron, OH 44301).
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Come support our Rams on November 21, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. as they play Immaculate Heart of Mary in their first game of the CYO Castle Tournament. Admission is $3 for adults; children 8th grade and younger enter free.
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