This week's All-Star Student is a senior at Cathedral High School. He is a pitcher and second baseman with the Crusaders Baseball team, and is looking forward to ending the season the way they did last year. This ball player is also looking forward to continuing his baseball career right here in St. Cloud.
St. Cloud Cathedral High School students were able to do their classwork at home again for a virtual class day. With school cancelled on Wednesday due to the extreme cold, Cathedral teachers posted their lesson plans online for students to access from home.
It's not to often a freshman gets to start on the varsity football team, but this week's All-Star Student has been playing on the defensive line for three years, and is only a Junior at Cathedral High School.
Our first "All-Star Student of the Week" takes us to the volleyball court of Cathedral High School. Rylee Medelberg has been with the team since 9th grade, and has become a leader both on and off the court.
Cathedral Activities Director Emmett Keenan talked with me on WJON about the success of the Cathedral baseball team and the building plans for a future Cathedral High School. The Cathedral baseball team will play Blake in the Class AA State Quarterfinals at Dick Putz Field at 10am Thursday.
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