Notre Dame High School
13 April 2018

Ryan LaAsmar to Continue Athletic Career in Iowa

Ryan LaAsmar will continue his athletic career at Clarke University in Dubuque, Iowa. He will play Football and Lacrosse for the Pride. LaAsmar said, “Playing two sports means I will have to push myself twice as hard.” He continued, “They have beautiful facilities and I felt like I belonged there.” LaAsmar was named on the...
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10 April 2018

Victoria Mazzie Releases Music EP

Notre Dame High School student, Victoria Mazzie, recently released her first music EP. The sophomore, who co-wrote the album with music producer Christian Amadeus, drew inspiration from her Dad, her Brother Seth, and everyday life during the writing process. Mazzie said, “I love singing and hope it becomes a career. I called the album “The...
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26 March 2018

2018 Irish Legends Gala

The Notre Dame & St. Mary’s Irish Legends Gala was held at Via Veneto on Saturday, March 24. The event is Notre Dame & St. Mary’s version of a hall of fame. Thank you to all the honorees. Pictured from the left: Sarah Julian Schneider ’63, Trey Simmerman ’04 (Distinguished Young Alumnus), Irene Keeley (Honorary),...
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22 March 2018

Gabe Zummo Named 1st Team All-State

Notre Dame junior, Gabe Zummo, was named to the single A All-State Basketball first team. Zummo averaged 22 points a game leading Notre Dame back to the State tournament. Other Notre Dame basketball players receiving post season all-state honors are Todd Griffith and Jared Fagan, who both received a spot on the honorable mention boys...
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08 March 2018

Boys Basketball Team Heading to State Tournament

The boys basketball team booked its sixth straight trip the the state tournament with a 90-66 win over Paw Paw High School in the regional championship. The Irish will seeded 4th and will take on number 5 seed Trinity in the quarterfinals on Thursday, March 15 at 9:00 p.m. Notre Dame finished 3-0 against Trinity...
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26 February 2018

Where Are They Now? – Deacon Timothy J. “Tim” Wolfkill (’81)

Upon graduation, Tim entered the U.S. Navy, serving the first 10 years while enlisted as a Hospital Corpsman and Surgical Tech (1981-91) with various hospital and operational/combat assignments in the U.S., Central America, North and West Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. He completed an Associate’s Degree in Nursing in 1988 and a B.S in Healthcare...
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22 February 2018

Mary Ann Angotti (’44) Added to Irish Legends Gala Honorees

Mary Ann Angotti has been added to the honorees for this year’s Irish Legends Gala which will take place on Saturday, March 24 at Via Veneto in Bridgeport. Mary Ann Basile Angotti attended Saint Francis Borgia grade school in Anmoore, West Virginia and graduated from Saint Mary’s High School in 1944. Mary Ann is the...
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20 February 2018

Matthew Ellis Selected for WVU Honors Band

Matthew Ellis, a 10th Grade Student at Notre Dame High School, participated in the WVU High School Honors Band on February 10. Students are nominated by their band directors and are selected for participation by the WVU Bands staff based on musical achievement, director recommendation and instrumentation needs of the clinic bands. Matthew was chosen...
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12 February 2018

Secretary Warner Recognizes Students as Honorary Secretaries of State

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Secretary of State Mac Warner is proud to announce that students from high schools in Harrison and Marion counties have been selected as Honorary Secretaries of State for their efforts to register their classmates to vote. Notre Dame High School students Christian Palmer and Marielle Carter, and Fairmont Senior High School students...
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09 February 2018

Marielle Carter Will Receive St. Thomas Aquinas Medal

Marielle Carter has been chosen to receive the St. Thomas Aquinas Medal. Every Catholic School in West Virginia chooses someone to receive this award from the highest grade level in the school. The Aquinas Medal is named after St. Thomas Aquinas, the Patron Saint of Scholars, who was distinguished by his keen intellect and by...
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