Mooney Hall of Fame Class of 2014 Announced
Cardinal Mooney High School invites you to join us at our twenty-second “Athletic Hall of Fame” dinner at Mr. Anthony’s Boardman, Ohio on Sunday, February 16, 2014. There will be a dinner buffet and open bar from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with the program to follow at 8:00 p.m.
All proceeds from the evening will go directly into the Ron Stoops Scholarship Fund which has been established by the Stoops family to provide tuition scholarships for students who attend Cardinal Mooney.
To reserve your tickets ($75 per person/$600 table of 8) for this evening, please call Cardinal Mooney at 330.788.5007.
The 2014 Hall of Fame Induction Class is as follows:
Joy Blasko Dunn ’94 – Athletic accomplishments in soccer
Andrew Bushey ‘98 – Athletic accomplishments in baseball
Robert Curd ’98 – Athletic accomplishments in basketball
John Dorbish ’96 – Athletic accomplishments in soccer
Reno Ferri ’96 – Athletic accomplishments in football
Brent Hanni ’95 – Athletic accomplishments in football
Jennifer Hellman Hudak ’98 – Athletic accomplishments in basketball
Matt Kempe ’98 – Athletic accomplishments in golf
Gary Komsa ’77 – Athletic accomplishments in football
Andy Kuboff ’97 – Athletic accomplishments in football
Chad McGarry ’92 – Athletic accomplishments in football
Melissa Williamson Cherne ’96 – Athletic accomplishments in softball & volleybal
Mooney Comes Up Short Against Clinton-Massie
After taking a 21-14 lead in hopes of securing its ninth State Championship, Mooney watched Clarksville Clinton-Massie score 13 unanswered points in the second half to win 27-21. In the midst of heavy snowfall, Mooney could not stop the brother duo of Bayle and Chayse Wolf who kept grinding out yards in the second half. Mark Handel scored two touchdowns while CJ Amill added the other score on the ground. Mooney finishes the 2013 season at 10-5. Congratulations to Clinton-Massie in repeating as State Champions.
Mooney Stops Steubenville 37-7
After jumping out to the 14-0 lead, Mooney never looked back in posting a convincing 37-7 over Steubenville on Friday evening. Jon Saadey led the scoring with two rushing touchdowns, along with CJ Amill adding a rushing score and Mark Handel scoring a defensive touchdown. Zak Kennedy had a flawless performance, converting three long field goals and going 4-4 on extra points. According to the OHSAA, Mooney is only the third team in playoff history to achieve 60 or more playoff wins (Newark Catholic & St. Ignatius are the others).
Mooney Uses First Half Burst to Beat Bengals 28-21, Earn Their 16th Regional Championship
After two quick Benedictine touchdowns put Mooney in a 14-0 hole, the Cardinals aswered with 28 unanswered points in the first half. Mooney led 28-14 at halftime and contained the Benedictine offense enough in the second half to earn a 28-21 vitory and the school's 16th Regional Championship. Scoring for the Cardinals were Mark Handel and CJ Amill with long scoring runs, Jon Saadey with a 1 yard scoring run as well as a long touchdown pass to Denver Martin. Mooney will play Steubenville (9-4) on Friday in the Division IV State Semifinal. Over 300 photos have been posted.
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