Monday, April 15, 2013
Curran will be playing football for St. Anselm College in the fall
Richie Curran of Red Bank Catholic was a standout football player for the Caseys and is headed to St. Anselm College in New Hampshire this fall to continue his academic and athletic career. He played defensive end and guard during his time at RBC. We ask our athlete of week the same three questions and print their answers verbatim: Why did you choose the college you did? I chose St. Anselm College. On my visit, I just meshed well with the guys up there, the coaches were great, I really liked my position coach. The academics up there are really outstanding and plus it’s a small college and it kind of reminded me of Red Bank Catholic and I really like that feel. What has been your best sports experience at Red Bank Catholic so far? I’d say…
Monday, April 1, 2013
Taylor will be playing football for Hamilton
James Taylor of Red Bank Catholic was a standout football player for the Caseys and is headed to Hamilton College in New York this fall to continue his academic and athletic career. He played wide receiver and safety during his time at RBC. We ask our athlete of week the same three questions and print their answers verbatim: Why did you choose the college you did? I chose Hamilton over a couple other DI AA like Bucknell and Saint Francis and a few D3 schools. I love the D3 feel over playing D1, because the kids have a little more freedom to be a student-athlete. I love the small school feel, that’s what I was looking for. They have great academics and a really good writing program. I thought they just prepared me for life after college. …
Sunday, March 24, 2013
Students at Red Bank Catholic now have the opportunity to expand their choice of course offerings via “Virtual High School”, or “VHS.”
Saturday, March 16, 2013
Over 150 RBC students and teachers have taken a course in American Sign Language since it was introduced in 2005.
Monday, March 4, 2013
Musical opens Friday, March, 8
The highlight of the Red Bank Catholic academic calendar this week is the opening of the school's spring musical on Friday, March, 8.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Red Bank Catholic is one of five New Jersey schools listed in the USA Today contest.
Do you think the Red Bank Catholic Caseys have the best mascot in New Jersey? Cast your vote in the USA Today best high school mascot contest to weigh in. RBC is one of five schools competing in the vote, which runs through March 5. Some 51 winners from will advance to a regional competition. Six regional winners will then take part in a national competition. You can cast your vote for RBC at the USA Today Web site.
Monday, February 25, 2013
Team competed for Non-Public A title.
Red Bank Catholic put in a strong effort at the state swimming competition on Sunday, but it wasn't enough to overcome reigning champs Immaculate Heart Academy, according to NJ.com. The final score was 99-71, according to the report. The win netted Immaculate Heart Academy, located in Washington Township, its sixth consecutive Non-Public A state championship title.
Monday, December 17, 2012
Late student will be honored at season-opening boys basketball game against Red Bank Catholic
Monday, December 17, 2012
The Red Bank Regional High School community will honor the memory of late student Albert Martin at its season-opening basketball game Monday. Martin, who was a senior forward, will have his #34 jersey retired and presented to his mother, Tracy Dixon, at 6:30 p.m. Monday when RBR kicks off the season against Red Bank Catholic at the RBR gym, 101 Ridge Road, Little Silver. The Red Bank resident died at Riverview Medical Center Dec. 3 after collapsing during a basketball scrimmage against Point Pleasant Beach High School. There's been an outpouring support at the school community for a student who senior Kadyjah Smith described as "such an amazing kid and so easy to love." Contributions have been coming in to the Albert Martin Memorial Fund…
Sunday, December 2, 2012
Caseys lose 42-7 in NJSIAA Non-Public Group 3 semifinals Saturday in Montvale
Sunday, December 2, 2012
Red Bank Catholic's dream season is over. Despite steamrolling Shore Conference competition en route to a 10-0 record, the Casey's are home without a berth in the NJSIAA Non-Public Group 3 final after being dominated Saturday by St. Joseph Regional of Montvale, 42-7. St. Joseph, the top-ranked team in New Jersey, held RBC to just 65 total yards and four first downs in the semifinal game played in Montvale, according to All Shore Media. The Caseys, who had averaged 38 points a game while building its previously undefeated record, had no answer for Joe's defensive front or its many offensive weapons, including junior running back and kicker Mark Fossati and quarterback Spencer Aukamp. The Green Knights amassed 348 total yards in the game. "…
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Former RBC coach lends a hand at PAL camp
It was just a few years ago that Frank Edgerly was the head coach at Red Bank Catholic. Now Edgerly has a slightly different job title as a pro scout with the New England Patriots. Last week he came back to his roots as a volunteer with the Howell PAL football camp. "We had our whole family here," he said of the Jersey Shore area." Since leaving RBC Edgerly has seen a lot at the professional level and was glad to share that knowledge with the young players including going with the team to the Super Bowl this year. "Everything minus the outcome was a great experience," he said. "That's what you work hard for to get a chance to play for that game. Unfortunately we came up a little short but hopefully we can fix a couple things and get back …