VASJ News

  • VASJ routes rival Euclid to complete impressive weekend

    What a weekend for Villa Angela-St. Joseph. Less than 24 hours after putting the finishing touches on a 100-point outburst in the first game at newly renovated Viking Village on Fridaynight, VASJ traveled a few miles east and overwhelmed neighborhood rival Euclid, 101-53, on Saturday.

  • VASJ boys basketball defeats Holy Name 100-61

    Villa Angela-St. Joseph said hello to newly renovated Viking Viking Village on Friday night. And in doing so, the Vikings quickly waved goodbye to visiting Holy Name.

  • VASJ wrestling preview

    The Villa Angela-St. Joseph Vikings wrestling team is eager to open the 2014-2015 season and showcase the newly renovated Viking Village with five home events – the most since veteran Coach Bob Mullin has been in charge of the program. VASJ is led by junior Joey Tromba, who won the 120-pound Division III Independence sectional championship last winter with an 8-2 decision over Nick Amspaugh of Wellington in the finals.

  • VASJ girls basketball season preview

    An eventful winter for the Villa Angela-St. Joseph girls basketball team ended with a Division IV district runner-up trophy and plenty of promise for 2014-2015. The Vikings finished last season with 16 wins, including a pair of victories over rival Cleveland Central Catholic and a sectional championship.

  • Season opener provides many reasons to celebrate

    It was a great night of celebration in the Viking Village as the boys’ varsity basketball team took on the Green Wave of Holy Name in the Vikings’ first home game of the season. Of course, the final score – 100-61 in favor of the Vikings – provided plenty of cause to celebrate, but the celebration actually went far beyond the action on the court. Among other things, the Friday night (Dec.

  • Students thank Don '70 and Mary Jo Dailey

    Students, faculty and staff gathered in VASJ’s newly renovated gymnasium to celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception on Monday, Dec 8. During his homily, celebrant Fr. Ted Cassidy, S.M., spoke about gifts.

  • In the news: Mike Moran '69 gets 400th college career victory with John Carroll University

    Click here to read the News Herald article featuring Mike Moran '69 as well as a video interview regarding his 400th college career victory.

  • Note from the Administration regarding Alumni Directory

    Dear Alums: Some of you have contacted us about the status of the VASJ Alumni Directory that is long overdue for delivery. We contracted with a Florida-based publisher for this book, the same publisher that successfully produced a previous book for us. I regret to report that our experience this time has been disappointing to say the least.

  • Watch live video of varsity boys basketball season opener in Kentucky

    The varsity boys basketball team traveled to Kentucky for the season opener tonight against Archbishop Carroll (Pa.) at the Marshall County Hoopfest in Benton, Ky. The game tips off at 7 p.m. and you can watch it LIVE by clicking on the link below.

  • VASJ fall raffle daily winners

    Nov. 3: $50 - Steve Spiegle. Ticket sold by Vincent Mauceri Nov.

  • In the news: Babe Kwasniak '94 featured on cleveland.com

    VASJ Director of Advancement and Head Basketball Coach Babe Kwasniak '94 was featured on cleveland.com. The article, which includes a Q&A with Kwasniak, also features a video of him giving a tour of the school. Read the cleveland.com article, "Villa Angela-St.

  • In the News: Richard Osborne '69 featured in the Plain Dealer

    VASJ President Richard Osborne '69 was featured in Michael K. McIntyre's tipoff column in the Plain Dealer and on cleveland.com. McIntyre writes about Osborne's recent essay in Reader's Digest in which he defends Lebron James' decision to return to Cleveland and compares it to his own decision to return "home" to his alma mater at VASJ.  Read the cleveland.com article, "LeBron James' desire to come home again rings true to VASJ president." Read the Reader's Digest article, "Why You're Never...

  • Jason Hicks, former VASJ standout enters Walsh University Wall of Fame

    Jason Hicks '01, former VASJ basketball standout, was one of seven inductees to enter Walsh University’s Wall of Fame, an honor designated for male and female athletes who have exhibited excellence to the University’s athletic program.   Jason Hicks '01 was inducted into the Walsh University Wall of Fame. Hicks, a NAIA All-American, was the starting point guard who led the Walsh University Mens Basketball team to its first NAIA National Championship in 2005.

  • 'Chopped' winner James Major '90 speaks to VASJ's culinary arts students

    “Have you made the Joe’s sign yet? Because I have!” That is the question James Major ’90 couldn’t wait to ask his classmates after his recent visit to VASJ. Major, executive chef for the Cincinnati Reds and recent winner of the Food Network’s reality TV show “Chopped,” has had the honor of seeing his name in many lights and on many signs and scoreboards.

  • Richard Osborne '69 serves as emcee at Cleveland Journalism Hall of Fame induction ceremonies

    The Cleveland Journalism Hall of Fame induction ceremonies were held at Landerhaven, Friday evening, November 7. VASJ President Richard Osborne '69, who is also a Cleveland Journalism Hall of Fame member, served as the event's emcee.  VASJ President Richard Osborne '69 served as the emcee for the Cleveland Journalism Hall of Fame induction ceremonies. High school was a prominent theme throughout the night, highlighted as the birthplace of many journalism careers of those being hon...

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