The Crusader frosh/soph track & field team won the Evergreen Park Invite on Thursday, April 27, 2017, in dominant fashion, winning by over 30 points. The Crusaders were victorious in three of the four relays which included setting a freshman school record in the 4×400 with the team of Harrison Morg, Giacomo Iraci, Caleb Snoddy, and Ronan Dolan. Dolan was a three-event champion as he won the triple jump and was also a part of the winning 4×100 team along with Tre Gladney, Dylan Summers and Iraci.
Justin Palmer won the 110 high hurdles, and Ty McCoy was a double winner, taking both the 100 and 200. The winning 4×800 team consisted of Snoddy, Pat McGann, David Wolf, and Dominic Murphy.
The team will attempt to win their third Catholic League championship in the last five years at Concordia University on Thursday, May 4.
On Friday, April 28, the varsity track team took part in the Pete Struck Classic at Sandburg. Medalists for the Crusaders were the fourth place 4×800 team of Steve Sloan, Joe Sweeney, Jack Mongan, and Justin Frias. Michael Butler-Kindle took 5th in the 300 intermediate hurdles, and Josh Boulanger was 4th in the triple jump and 6th in the high jump, both with personal bests. The varsity team will travel to Thornridge on Friday, May 5.