The Archbishop Riordan High School boys’ basketball team’s Central Coast Section playoff hopes may be in question due to the use of an ineligible player in six nonleague games this season.
The Crusaders may have to forfeit those six games, five being wins, because a transfer student played in the games without the proper paperwork being submitted to the CCS. Read More
Archbishop Riordan High School’s football team is getting better. It’s just hard to see against the West Catholic Athletic League’s best teams.
The Crusaders limited a potent Serra offense to 284 yards, but familiar problems with their young offense led to a 35-10 loss Saturday at Archbishop Riordan High School. Read More
The Sacred Heart Cathedral offense was certainly effective in it’s win on the road against Riordan on Saturday, but it was the Irish defense that was dominant — and they seem to be getting better every week.
The Irish defense held the Crusaders to just 48 yards through three quarters and 134 overall in a 35-7 rout, to clinch the Stanfel Cup for the fourth consecutive year. Read More
So many things are changing on the campus of Archbishop Riordan High School this semester, it’s hard to keep track of them all.
School President Patrick Daly is making sweeping changes throughout the school, including the athletic department, and football is the first step in the plan to return Riordan athletics to excellence. Read More
After just a year on the job, Archbishop Riordan High School football coach Bryan Blake has been dismissed as the head of the program, along with his entire coaching staff from the freshman to varsity levels.
Riordan president Patrick Daly officially named Richard Sweeney as the school’s new varsity coach. Read More