Hearing the announcer mention the “speeding yellow boat from CHA-MIN-ADE,” the crew came together and sped along the banks of the Schuylkill. Fighting for every stroke, they finished second with a time of 13:48.
The Flyers definitely should be happy with the way they played this season as they finished the season with a 5-5-2 record and competed at a high level all season. The Flyers now have time to reflect on their season and prepare for next year.
Time ran out, and the Flyers had managed to defeat their Marianist rivals in the semifinals for the second straight year.
From mid-September to mid-November, every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, Chaminade High School welcomes college representatives who may evaluate an aspiring student’s application. At these meetings, the representatives advertise the benefits of the college they represent, and allow students to learn more about a potential home for themselves to grow in knowledge.
Varsity football played their last home game of the season on Saturday, October 24.
Tensions ran high as the Chaminade Flyers matched up against a formidable St. Anthony’s squad on Thursday, October 22. When Chaminade played St. Anthony’s earlier in the season, the teams tied, and both teams were seeking victory in their last game of the regular season.