IMMACULATA EAGLES

The complete Eagle spirit store is open online now through August 31st (midnight). If your looking for a sport specific item this is your time to grab gear. All orders will ship to school and be delivered to students directly.

2022-23 Athletic Handbook v2.pdf

All student athletes and parents must review and sign the athletic handbook by August 31st. Use the link to submit your e-signature.

2022 FALL SPORTS SIGN-UPS ARE NOW AVAILABLE

2022-23 SCHOOL YEAR

All interested rising 6th through 8th grade students thinking about participating in the athletics program must have a completed Immaculata Athletic Health Form and signed Athletic Handbook on record prior to try-outs beginning. This year try-outs are slated to begin Monday, August 22nd. Please email all completed paperwork to Elise Gentile, athletic director, gentilee@icdurham.org. This fall Immaculata will offer: Boys Soccer, Girls Volleyball, and Boys & Girls Cross Country. You only need to complete the paperwork one time each school year.

More specific information about try-out sign-up will be sent this summer via FACTS and will be on our athletics site.

Athletics Physical Form.pdf
2022-23 Athletic Handbook v2.pdf

May 12th, 2022 The Immaculata Eagles brought home the TCSAC Championship, with a 11-1 victory over The Franciscan School. This was a true team effort lead by stellar defense, clutch hitting, and attentive base running. Taking the field with only 9 players, was not going to deter this team from their 2020 goal of winning a league championship. Yes, you read correctly, the currently 8th grade students were just starting their middle school baseball career, when the season was abruptly stopped because of the pandemic. The team was 3-0 and stayed driven and focused to succeed when the return of athletics came this school year. This Eagle team outscored their opponents 209 to 13 and did so with hunger to perform while also showing the utmost respect and sportsmanship for all of the teams in the league. Each member of this team shows through actions and words what it means to "Life the Immaculata Way of Life" and enjoy this moment and all that you have accomplished. Let us not forget the dedication and constant support and guidance from your coaching staff; Coach Fitzsimmons, King, Ryan, and Erazmus THANK YOU! Finally, our athletics program is not successful without our parents, you make this department moving forward and are positive role models for our students. Ouc ICS COMMUNITY STANDS ALONE.

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Photos from the Championship Game

Celebrating 8th Grade Student Athletes

This past week we recognized all of our 8th grade student athletes at the final home games of the season. These students have endured and overcome many challenges since beginning middle school. Immaculata could not be prouder of their leadership on and off the field, positive attitudes, perseverance, team work, and showing what it means to be an EAGLE! Best of luck to all of them as they continue to high school and beyond. We are certain they will succeed whether it is in or out of the athletic realm. #ImmaculataEaglesClassof2022

Knights of Columbus State Championship Free Throw Competition

Every year our Eagle community participates in the Knights of Columbus Free Throw competition. This winter the first round was held during the students P.E. classes and the top students ages 9-14 were invited to participate in the district event held in Fellowship Hall. Moving on again, the top students in age categories were invited to participate at the state tournament held in Greensboro this past February. Immaculata students represented very well bringing home thirteen placements! Congratulations to everyone who participated and thank you to Ms. Carissa Hill and Tim Kennedy for leading the events!


EAGLES SHINE AT SHAMROCK

JV BOYS vs St. Patricks at Shamrock

Cheer squad compete at inaugural Cheer competition at Shamrock

JV Girl take vs. St. Thomas More (Atlanta)

Varsity Boys take on St. Pius

SPIRITED SEND-OFF

Varsity Girls battle Immaculate Heart of Mary (Atlanta) at Shamrock

Skill and drive to succeed overtake size

EAGLES PLAYOFF BOUND

The Varsity Boy's Basketball team ended the regular season with a 10-4 record and captured the #3 seed in the conference playoffs. The Eagles will travel to Our Lady of Lourdes , Tuesday, February 8th at 5:00 p.m. The winner of the game will advance to the conference championship game, which will be at Cardinal Gibbons High School, Thursday, February 10th @ 6:15 p.m. We are proud of our Eagles!

TFS CAPTURES 2nd Annual NEW YEAR CHEER CLASSIC

Saturday, Immaculata hosted four diocesan schools for the 2nd annual New Year Cheer Classic at the Emily K Center. The energy, support, and school spirit was exuding from all our schools. Congratulations to The Franciscan School T'Wolves who captured the title, followed by St. Mary Magdalene and St. Michael's, second and third respectively. Thank you to Cardinal Gibbons H.S. for lending the cheer mats and big thanks to our parents, coaches, and volunteers who made the event a huge success! Mark your calendar for next year, January 21, 2023.

CROSS COUNTRY BOYS & GIRLS TEAMS CAPTURE THIRD

In the final meet of the season, the Eagles traveled to WakeMed Soccer Park, and competed in the Conference Championship meet. The meet brought nine schools from the Triangle Catholic School Athletic Conference (TCSAC), nearly 150 runners in each race. The athletes put everything they had into their last race and we are proud to share that each team finished 3rd overall in Boys and Girls race, which were extremely competitive all the way to the finish line.

Mackenzie Shuler captured overall second place; Emma Cimo, 10th; Ronan Alexander, 5th; Kaleb Jones, 8th; Ethan Roberts, 10th.

ALL Eagles showed grit, determination, drive and sportsmanship all the way to the end, big congratulations to our runners and to our 8th graders, best of luck in your future races.