Holy Name Athletic Hall of Fame Inducts Six New Members

Holy Name Athletic Hall of Fame Inducts Six New Members

Holy Name Athletic Hall of Fame Set to Induct Six New Members

On Sunday, December 2, 2018, five former Holy Name student-athletes and one coach were inducted into the Holy Name Athletic Hall of Fame.

The inductees include:

Coach: Tim Krolikowski ’67
Sport: Head Girls Basketball Coach
Coaching Accomplishments: Krolikowski coached the Lady Namer Basketball Team from 1984-1992. His overall record was 132-55. During the 1986-1987 season, he was named the Associated Press Class AAA State of Ohio Coach of the Year. Twice during his career, he received the North Coast League Coach of the Year Award (1986-1987 and 1990-1991). Krolikowski’s 1986-1987 team went undefeated in the regular season. That squad also was crowned the NCL Champions; achieved a 23-game winning streak; was ranked #1 in The Plain Dealer Girls Basketball Poll; and won a Class AAA District Championship. Two years later, his 1988-1989 team had further success, reaching the Division I state semi-finals.

Athlete: Rudy Kenik ’68
Sports: Football, Basketball and Track
Athletic Accomplishments: Kenik did it all as a three-time letter winner for the Green Wave football team. He was the starting half-back as a junior and returned punts on special teams, while also taking care of punting, kick-off and point-after-touchdown duties. When the ball was in his hands, Kenik averaged 5.3 yards per carry, and averaged 40 yards per punt. He was a Cleveland Press All-Star and named an All-West Senate First Team selection. Kenik also lettered in basketball and track during his high school career.

Athlete: Jeff Arena ’72
Sports: Football and Baseball
Athletic Accomplishments: Arena excelled on both the football field and baseball diamond. In 1971, he was named the football team MVP and the West Senate League MVP runner-up. Additional accolades included being a part of the All-West Senate Team, The Plain Dealer All-Scholastic Team, The Plain Dealer Dream Team and the All-North East Ohio First Team. In the spring of 1972, his abilities on the baseball diamond earned him recognition on The Plain Dealer Dream Team.

Athlete: Dave Woytek Jr. ’87
Sports: Track and Football
Athletic Accomplishments: A four-year track letter winner who led the team in total points all four years, Woytek set numerous school records in a variety of events. He set the 100 and 200 meter dash records, both of which stood for 17 years. He also set and re-set the long jump record that stood for 11 years; was a member of the 4×100 meter relay team that set the school record six different times; and was a part of the sprint medley relay team whose record remained intact for 26 years. The boys track team won the North Coast League Championships in 1986, the same year Woytek earned the NCL MVP Award. He also lettered twice in football.

Athlete: Brian Giovinazzi ’98
Sports: Soccer and Basketball
Athletic Accomplishments: A four-year starter who earned four varsity letters, Giovinazzi left his mark on the boys soccer program. During his senior team MVP campaign in 1997, he served as a co-captain, netting 18 goals and 11 assists. That same year, he was an All-North Coast League, All-Greater Cleveland Second Team and Sun Post All-District selection. On the basketball court, Giovinazzi earned two varsity letters and was a captain his senior year. He finished his basketball career with All-NCL honors.

Athlete: Meghan Patton Crooks ’03
Sports: Soccer, Track and Basketball
Athletic Accomplishments: As the 2003 Holy Name Female Athlete of the Year, Patton earned ten varsity letters in soccer, track and basketball. The two-time captain earned the basketball team’s MVP distinction twice. She was also named All-North Coast League two times during her time as a Namer. On the soccer field, she was a two-time captain who was featured as The Plain Dealer Player of the Week.

Holy Name GV Art & Design Shirts: Get Yours Before Christmas!

Holy Name GV Art & Design Shirts: Get Yours Before Christmas!

Namer Nation and Little Davids alike!

Under the guidance of Marketing/Graphics Director Daniel Humphrey ’09 and Athletic Director Richard Kozub ’01, Holy Name High School has teamed up to produce an EXCLUSIVE t-shirt designed by GV Art & Design (https://gvartwork.com/), the Lakewood-based artists who created the Cleveland That I Love apparel line and have expanded to design hundreds of items for area pro and college teams. The t-shirt design for Holy Name celebrates the school’s rich history, including both the school’s origins on Harvard and Broadway and the current location on Queens Highway.

You are invited to purchase the limited edition shirt for the low cost of $20. Pre-sale orders open today and will remain open until Wednesday, November 21 at 9:00 a.m. Submit your order by following the link below:

Act fast because there are limited quantities! Please make checks payable to Holy Name High School and mail all payments to:

Holy Name High School
Attn: Vicki Kerner
6000 Queens Hwy
Parma Heights, OH 44130

If you wish to pay via credit card, please visit https://gofan.co/app/events/43177. Please note a convenience fee will be applied.

Shirts will be available for pick-up at Holy Name High School from Monday, December 17 through Thursday, December 20 between 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. in the Main Office.

Don’t miss out on this exclusive offer! Holy Name apparel always makes great Christmas gifts.

Please email Vicki Kerner at vkerner@holynamehs.com with any questions or concerns.

It’s a great day to be a Namer!

Holy Name Mourns the Loss of Marge Schulte McCarthy ’53

Holy Name High School mourns the passing of a beloved alumnae, Hall of Fame member, and former employee, Margaret (Marge) Schulte McCarthy ’53.

Mrs. McCarthy served the students and the school as an office assistant, assistant treasurer, treasurer and business manager from the mid 1970s through the late 1990s. She also assisted Fr. Krizner in campus ministry and worked with Mrs. Kris Mulac to feed thousands of Namers dinner at the many retreats held at Holy Name.

Because of her commitment to volunteerism and unwavering love for Holy Name, Mrs. McCarthy was a recipient of the Mother Elizabeth Ann Seton Award, given to an outstanding female alumna who significantly contributed to the advancements of Holy Name’s mission and development.

During her high school years at Holy Name, Mrs. McCarthy was a member of the Glee Club, participated in both basketball and volleyball intramurals, and was in the band. Both she and her late husband, Dick, were members of the Holy Name class of 1953. Together, they raised three amazing children, Patrice ’74, Jim ’75 (married to classmate Debbie Maschek ’75) and Bryan ’80 (married to classmate Ann Mackall ’80). Mrs. McCarthy’s love for her family was unrivaled, and she set an example for all who saw how dedicated and loving she was to every single family member. If one of her grandchildren had a game, concert or activity happening, she was there, regardless of the location. She loved attending events at Holy Name, and took great pride in cheering on three of her grandsons – Rich ’94, Sean ’98 and Tommy ’09 – who played football, basketball and baseball for the Green Wave.

Mrs. McCarthy will be missed and remembered by so many generations of Holy Name graduates. Her quick wit, contagious laugh and kind heart will never be forgotten.

The wake for Mrs. McCarthy will be held Friday, October 26 from 4 – 8 p.m. at the Fortuna Funeral Home, 7076 Brecksville Road, Independence and from 9 – 10 a.m. Saturday, October 27 at St. Colette Church, 330 West 130th Street, Brunswick. The Mass of Christian Burial will be on Saturday at 10 a.m. at St. Colette.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be made to Holy Name High School Campus Ministry, 6000 Queens Highway, Parma Hts., OH 44130 or Northcoast Spirit TEC, 13810 Stoney Creek Drive, North Royalton, OH 44133.

2018 Homecoming Weekend Festivities: September 28-29

Holy Name’s 2018 Homecoming Weekend is scheduled for Friday, September 28 – Saturday, September 29!

Schedule of Events

Friday, September 28

10:30 a.m.
All-School Mass at Holy Name

2 p.m.
Rally at Holy Name

5 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Free Cookout at North Royalton’s Serpentini Chevrolet Stadium
RSVP at www.holynamehs.com/homecoming-cookout/.

7 p.m.
Varsity Football Game vs. Normandy at North Royalton’s Serpentini Chevrolet Stadium
Holy Name students get in free to home games after showing their student IDs at the gate.

Saturday, September 29

7 – 10 p.m.
Homecoming Dance at Holy Name
Tickets are $15 per student, or $30 per couple.

When a student purchases a ticket, he/she also receives a dance contract that must be returned to the Main Office by 3 p.m. on Friday, September 21. The actual tickets will be passed out in homeroom on Thursday, September 27. If a student’s dance contract is not in, he/she will NOT get a ticket.

Guests may check-in at 6:40 p.m. Admittance will terminate at 7:30 p.m. Guests are required to remain at the dance until 9:00 p.m. Upon leaving, guests will not be readmitted. Anyone needing to access their vehicle will be accompanied by a faculty chaperone.

2018 Homecoming Cookout & Football Game

Friday, September 28 HN vs Normandy at Serpentini Field North Royalton

7:00 p.m. Game
5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Alumni Cookout all welcome (HN will supply – hot dogs, burgers, bottled water, bag of chips and the HN band and cheerleaders will perform.  Feel free to bring desserts or sides that can be disposed of easily).

Register at

HN Mourns the Loss of Christine Cieplowski Mahnic ’75

It is with great sadness that we inform the Holy Name community about the passing of Christine Cieplowski Mahnic ’75. Mrs. Mahnic had a passion for helping the students of Holy Name. She loved attending the music concerts, and was instrumental in establishing the Holy Name High School Mahnic Family Music Fund. We will miss her, and ask that all in the Holy Name Family pray for her and her family, especially her husband, Bill ’75.

Visitation for Mrs. Mahnic will be Thursday, May 3, 2018 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at St. Basil the Great (8700 Brecksville Rd., Brecksville), followed by the Mass of Christian Burial at 1:30 p.m.