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Cape Girardeau, MO

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Junior Dance Workshop

Ages 5-10 years old.  The Notre Dame Dance Team will be hosting a Jr. Dance Team Workshop. The workshop will include jumps, turns, kicks, and dance skills with all dancers performing a routine at the half-time of the NOTRE DAME BOYS VARSITY SOCCER VS JACKSON, WEDNESDAY, OCT 23RD.

WORKSHOP DAYS & TIMES: 
MONDAY, OCT. 21 4:00-5:30 P.M.
TUESDAY, OCT. 22 4:00- 5:30 P.M. 
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23 4:00-5:30 P.M.

PERFORMANCE:
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23RD at the half-time of the Boys Varsity SOCCER VS JACKSON.

At 5:30pm on Wednesday, Oct. 23, we will serve pizza, dessert, and a drink. The students will attend the Varsity game and sit with the dance team until half-time. The students will perform first then sit on the field while the dance team performs. We will return the students to their parents immediately after the dance team performance. In the event of rain, the performance will be rescheduled.

For questions, contact: 

Deana Pecord at 335-6772, Ext. 613 or deanapecord@notredamecape.org

Register online   or Download & Complete FORM and return to NDHS

 


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SEMOball Awards

The Semoball Awards presented by Southeast Health took place on Saturday and Notre Dame Regional High School's student athletes and coaches took home many awards. Congratulations to Paul Hale, Life Time Achievement Award Winner; Tommy Taylor, Boys Soccer Player of the Year; Blake Morris, Boys Cross Country Athlete of the Year; Riley Burger, Girls Track and Field Athlete of the Year; Andrew West, Male Scholar Athlete Award; and Megan Heisserer, Girls Soccer Player of the Year, Female Scholar Athlete, Female Athlete of the Year.

semoball story

 

 

cover photo credit: semissourian.com

 

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On Sunday, May 5, the Freshman Class and the Home and School Association hosted the annual Senior Banquet. Academic awards including Senior stoles were awarded. 

The Bulldog and Lady Bulldog awards went to D.J. Lynch and Megan Heisserer for "excelling in athletic achievement, character, leadership, practice ethics, teamwork and sportsmanship over the past four years at NDHS". Congratulations!

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Notre Dame had a big weekend. On Saturday, we helped host the Track and Field Conference in conjunction with Chaffee HS.  Thank you Coaches, parents and volunteers who worked so hard to make this happen successfully! 

Our student athletes had a great showing with many All-Conference awards and Personal Records! For full meet results visit momilesplit.com.

SEMO Conference North Individual Champions

  • Triple Jump
    • Evan Bruenderman
  • 1600
    • Blake Morris
  • 3200
    • Blake Morris
  • High Jump
    • Riley Burger
  • Pole Vault
    • Carly Pujol
  • Long Jump
    • Riley Burger
  • Triple Jump
    • Riley Burger
  • 100 Hurdles
    • Allie Burnett
  • 4x200 Relay
    • Riley Burger, Natalie Timpe, Delaney Dohogne, Carly Pujol
  • 400
    • Natalie Timpe
  • 300 Hurdles
    • Allie Burnett
 
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Bulldogs at Busch Win

It was a winner on Sunday - Cardinals topped the Reds 5-2 and NDHS prevailed over Collinsville HS 9-6. Even though the weather was a little chilly, it was a fun day to see so many families at Busch Stadium. And the HOT DOGS...!!

THANK YOU to all who purchased tickets and t-shirts! This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for our student athletes to play at Busch Stadium and it would not be possible without your support. Each successful outing at Busch Stadium allows this tradition to continue for future student athletes.

Go Cardinals - Go Bullodgs!

 

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2019 Bulldogs at Busch

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The Lady Bulldogs have had quite a season under new head coach Kirk Boeller.  The Bulldogs are 20-7 and secured the District title last night with a win over Dexter. 

In the last home game of the season, Megan Heisserer became the 11th Lady Bulldog to score over 1,000 points in her ND career. 

The season continues with Sectionals on Tuesday, March 5th at the Farmington Civic Center at 7:45pm.  Tune in to 1220 AM to hear the play-by-play by Cody Sandusky!

Good Luck Lady Bulldogs!

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As an athlete at Notre Dame, John Unterreiner split his time between soccer, basketball, and track.


In soccer, Unterreiner lettered his sophomore, junior, and senior years, respectively 2006, 2007, and 2008. He was a part of two state champion soccer teams in 2006 and 2007. In basketball, he was a part of the 2007-08 Basketball State Championship team.


“We had a very good couple of years across a lot of sports, so it was a lot of fun,” said Unterreiner.


Unterreiner currently holds the Notre Dame record for career assists in soccer. He was also named Academic All State in 2009.


After graduating in 2009, Unterreiner shifted his focus from his athletic career to studying criminal justice. He attended Southeast Missouri State University and received in Bachelors in Criminal Justice in 2013, and went on to receive his Masters in Criminal Justice Administration in 2015.


Unterreiner is now an instructor at Southeast in the criminal justice, social work, and sociology departments. He teaches many classes, including introduction to courts, law enforcement, and juvenile justice. He married Monica Henggeler ’09 and has two sons, Watson & Clark.


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Erika (Reinagel) Westrich was known to be a top-tier athlete during her time at Notre Dame. She participated in several sports -- basketball, track -- but most importantly: softball.


She ran track and field for two years, played basketball for 3 years, and started in centerfield in varsity softball all four years.


Several highlights are streaked across her high school career.


In the Fall of 2007, Westrich set the currently held record for highest batting average of 0.558. Until 2010, Westrich held the record for most hits in a season with 53 hits. As a freshman in 2005, her team set the record for most bases stolen bases as a team.


One of Westrich’s favorite memories took place in 2008 of her senior year.


“It was the semi-final game at state, and we played 14 innings. It was a relief to win,” said Westrich. “We ended up losing the championship game that year, but it was still memorable. I’ll never forget that one.”


In softball, she received all-district honors in 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008. She received all-region honors in 2005, 2007, and 2008. She a part of the all-state softball team in 2005, 2007, and 2008 as well as part of the team that received SEMO all-conference honors in 2006, 2007, and 2008.


Her athletic achievements continued past her high school graduation in 2009. Westrich went on to play softball for another four years at Central Methodist University (CMU) in Fayette, Missouri. She contributed to teams honored as Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC) Champions and received the HAAC Gold Glove award in 2012 and 2013. She was honored as a Softball Scholar Athlete by NAIA Daktronics in 2012 and 2013. In 2017, her 2011-2012 team was inducted into the CMU Hairston Hall of Fame for outstanding accomplishments.


Westrich currently works as a family nurse practitioner at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She has been married to Austin Westrich for three years, and the couple is expecting their first child in May.


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Dylan Drury played both basketball and baseball during his time at Notre Dame.


He played basketball as a freshman and into the next season, but suffered an eye injury halfway through his sophomore year -- thus ending his basketball career.


Drury played baseball all four years, and lettered for each. He contributed to all-state teams his junior and senior years. They placed third in 2008 and won the state championship in 2009. He was an all-district champion his sophomore year in 2007.


One significant moment in his high school career stood out to Drury:


“We got beat pretty badly my junior year at the state playoffs. We set some state records on how badly we played,” said Drury. “But we came back the next year victorious.”


He went on to play baseball for one year at West Virginia University, and transferred to Parkland College in Champaign, Illinois, where he played baseball for another year. He worked for Drury Hotels for several years before starting school at Southeast Missouri State University. He is currently working on a degree in business administration.


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During his time at Notre Dame, Logan Davis spent most of his days on the running course and the track.


He was the coach’s son, but Davis had an individual passion for both track and cross-country. He ran on the varsity team all four years for both sports.


Some of his athletic achievements in cross country include making all-state for three years, being recognized once as an all-conference champion, and contributing to state-qualifying teams that placed all four years. In track, he was a multi-year conference champion in the 1,600 meter and the 3,200 meter.


After graduation, Davis ran on Division 1 cross-country and track teams at St. Louis University for four years. He received his Bachelors in International Studies and Spanish, and a Masters in Business Administration.


He now works in business development at Jost Chemical Company in St. Louis. He’s spent a lot of time traveling after graduation, having visited 11 countries in recent years. He says he’s on to his 12th country in a few weeks. He is newly married to Madeline (Alexander) Davis.


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