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Summer Sports Camp Information:






Message from the Director:

The benefits of participating in high school athletics are immediate and enduring. Holy Cross athletics offers a variety of co-curricular athletic activities. Our administrators, coaches, teachers, and boosters are committed to developing a well-rounded STUDENT-athlete. The students involved in our programs are guided toward learning valuable lessons through sports that will promote success in life. We strive to give opportunities to all willing to work hard, sacrifice for the team, and support the Holy Cross tradition of excellence.

You, as a Holy Cross Student-Athlete, are expected to demonstrate pride in yourself as a student, an athlete, and as a member of the Holy Cross Community at large. Our athletes are considered ambassadors of Holy Cross High School.

Parents of Holy Cross Athletes are commended for their support and for embracing the idea that you are the first role models to our student-athletes. Your examples of high standards of sportsmanship, expectations of academic excellence, and respect for administration and coaches have an immeasurable impact. This is the Holy Cross Way. This is the Holy Cross Tradition.






2024-2025 SPORTS 

Fall                                                       Winter                                       Spring

Boys Cross Country                                       Boys Basktetball                                Boys Baseball 

Girls Cross Country                                        Girls Basketball                                  Girls Fastpitch Softball

Boys Football                                                  Boys Bowling                                     Boys Tennis

Boys Golf                                                         Girls Bowling                                      Girls Tennis              

Girls Golf                                                          Boys Diving                                        Boys Track

Boys Soccer                                                    Girls Diving                                         Girls Track

Girls Soccer                                                     Boys Swimming                                 E-Sports

Girls Volleyball                                                Girls Swimming                                    Boys Volleyball

Cheer                                                                Archery





If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Anne Julian at [email protected] or Mr. Groneck at [email protected]






   - FOOTBALL $450.00

   - ALL OTHER SPORTS $200.00



YOU MAY ALSO SEND IN A CHECK: Payable to Holy Cross High School Athletics and WRITE student athletes name and sport. 

****Copy me so I know you sent it! - Anne

Instructions on Registering for FinalForms

Click Here to Register for FinalForms

2024-2025 KHSAA Physical Forms


General Info

Athletic Handbook

With the start of each school year, we ask that student-athletes and parents read the Athletic Handbook carefully. Page 1 is a signature page. Have your son or daughter return this page with the required signatures to his/her coach as soon as possible. If you have any questions please call.

Participation Fees:


Holy Cross High School Football: $450.00

Holy Cross High School All Sports;except Football $200.00

Holy Cross Middle School Participants: $100.00 per sport 

**The fee must be submitted to the team coach or liaison before the first contest.
Those who do not submit this fee will not be eligible to participate in games.


Sports Physical

Each year prior to participating in any KHSAA sanctioned sport, all athletes must have a current physical on file.
Click here for current 2024-2025 KHSAA physical form.
If you are an athlete with asthma you must also complete this Asthma Form.


ImPACT Testing

ImPACT is mandatory for Cheer, Football, Soccer, Baseball, Fastpitch, Volleyball, but all athletes can participate. If an athlete should suffer a concussion, this baseline test can be a great tool in the proper management of the concussion.
Click here for more information about ImPACT™ testing.
Micaela Smith, ATC
St. Elizabeth Sports Medicine
Call 859-301-5600 for details or to schedule an appointment.

St. Elizabeth Sports Medicine provides priority access to their services for Holy Cross High School students.
Click here for more information about St. Elizabeth Sport Medicine


Certified Trainer

Micaela Smith is a Certified Athletic Trainer from Commonwealth St. Elizabeth Sports Medicine who will be providing the sports medicine coverage at Holy Cross High School. Their center has been providing this free service to Holy Cross for the last 15 years.  If you have any questions, she can be reached at 859-301-5600 or 859-512-2451

“Dead” Period

As declared by the KHSAA, the “Dead” Period is a time during the summer when there is to be NO high school related games or practice sessions and NO contact between the high school coaches and their athletes. The KHSAA Dead Period is normally the last week of June and the first week of July. This period has been extended an additional week for schools under the Diocese of Covington. 

Individual Athletic Event Admission Prices

  • Adult Admission: $7.00
  • Non-HC Student and Senior Citizen: $5.00
  • HC Students: Free with Student ID
  • Under 6: Free


Patron Seating:

$110 for initial year

$70 for consecutive years

For information on Patron seating for home games, or to purchase seats, please contact Anne Julian.  


Holy Cross is on the Radio!

You can now listen to certain Holy Cross Athletic events on the internet.
Click here for the link for current & past games.

Athletic Administrator:

Anne Julian


Assistant Athletic Administrator, Facility Manager, Game Day Manager:

Keith Julian


Assistant Athletic Administrator, Academic Monitor, Game Day Manager:

Dave Groneck 


Take I-275 to the Covington/Taylor Mill Rd. Rt. 16 exit.
Go North off exit follow this road down the hill past 2 shopping plazas on the left and through several stop lights. (1st plaza will be Wendys/Kroger’s then Burlington Coat Factory and McDonald’s) At McDonald’s the road merges from two lanes into one, continue straight.

At the light there is a five way intersection, veer right onto Southern Ave. (do not take a hard right this is Decoursey). At the 1st stop sign on Southern, turn left onto Church Street. The School is located in several buildings on both the right and left sides of Church Street.

After turning left onto Church St, continue past Holy Cross Church on the right. Cross 36th St. The Finn Center is on your right. Parking is available in the lot across from the gym, in the lot behind the church, or in front of the main high school building.

Take I-275 to the Covington/Taylor Mill Rd. Rt. 16 exit. Go North off exit follow Taylor Mill Road to 42nd Street. Right on 42nd Street – go two blocks to Decoursey Ave Right on Decoursey Ave to 44th Street Left on 44th Street (cross railroad tracks) to Vermont
Right on Vermont
Right on Baltimore
Left on Glenn
Left on 45th Street
Right on Virginia
Field is on the left – One block

Take I-275 to the Covington/Taylor Mill Rd. Rt. 16 exit

Go North off exit

Take Taylor Mill Rd and Winston Ave to Eastern Ave in Covington

Turn right onto Eastern Ave 8 s (200 ft) Meinken Park

2631 Eastern Ave, Covington, KY 41014

Take I-275 to the Covington/Taylor Mill Rd. Rt. 16 exit

Go North off exit

Turn right onto Grand Ave

Turn left onto Decoursey Pike

Turn Left onto Locust Pike/KY-1930

Go about 2.1 miles

Destination will be on your left

Sporting Venues

Names of sports venues, seating capacity

  • Basketball: Thomas B. Finn Activity Center, Capacity 780
  • Volleyball:  Thomas B. Finn Activity Center, Capacity 780
  • Football: Varsity Home games played at Thomas More University
  • Soccer/Fr. & JV Football: Eva G. Farris Sports Complex/John Wysong Field
  • Track: Eva G. Farris Sports Complex
  • Baseball: Meinken Field (city owned)
  • Softball: Bowman Field (city owned)

The Spirit Shop

“The Indian Hut” - Spirit wear makes a great gift!


The Indian Hut is located directly across the street from the main high school building in the middle of the block on Church St.

Regular Indian Hut Hours During School Days
Monday - Friday 7:00-9:00 AM and 2:00-3:30 PM

The Indian Hut is closed any day the high school is closed.

Make all checks payable to Holy Cross Spirit Shop. Returned checks or declined charges will be charged a $25 service charge. (most major credit cards accepted)

All sales are final.  Items may be exchanged for in-stock merchandise or a spirit shop credit.

If you need additional information please call
Terry Niehaus at 859-655-2191 or the high school office at 859-431-1335.


  • Gus Staubitz, KHSAA State Diving Champion
  • Football Class 2A: State Semi-Finals


     Athletic Signings

  • Derrick Barnes – Football at Purdue
  • Owen Finke – Football at Georgetown College
  • Domick Finnell – Football at Kentucky Christian
  • Xavier Abernathy – Football at Georgetown College
  • Rashard Ross – Football at the University of Pikeville
  • Kyle Schirmann – Football at Thomas More College
  • Kevin Cusick – Football at Westminster College
  • Jason Turcol – Football at Westminster College


  • Girls Cross Country Class 1A: Celeste Bergman, Region 4 Champion
  • Girls Cross Country Class 1A: Celeste Bergman, State 13th place
  • Girls Cross Country Class 1A: Sydney Robke, State 36th place
  • Boys Golf Region 9: 5th Place

Athletic Signings

  • Alex Enzweiler – Soccer at St. Catharine College
  • Madison Krumpelman – Volleyball at Thomas More College
  • Joey Wilder – Football at the University of Pikeville


  • Girls Basketball 2015 KHSAA State Champions
  • Girls Basketball 2015 Region 9 Champions
  • Girls Basketball 2015 District 35 Champions
  • Girls Basketball 2015 All “A” Classic State Champions
  • Girls Basketball 2015 Freshman Regional Champions
  • Bowling State Qualifier: Zac Trenkamp
  • Boys Diving State: Gus Staubitz (9th), Owen Finke (13th)
  • Boys Diving State: 27th Place
  • Girls Diving State: 34th Place
  • Combined Diving State: 23rd Place
  • Girls Swimming State: 50 Free: Megan Nielander (16th)
  • Girls Swimming State: 100 Free: Megan Nielander (22nd)
  • Boys Diving State Qualifier: Trevor Buescher
  • Girls Diving State Qualifier: Emma Lehmkuhl
  • Girls Swimming State Qualifiers: Megan Nielander, Madison Lipscomb, Audrey Barth, Susie Gripshover, Grace Kahmann, Sydney Robke, Dani Bradford, Hannah Morehead
  • Boys Diving Regional: 16th Place
  • Girls Swimming Regional: 200 free relay (8th)
  • Madison Lipscomb, Audrey Barth, Susie Gripshover, Megan Nielander
  • Girls Swimming Regional: 50 Free Free: Megan Nielander (5th) School record
  • Girls Swimming Regional: 100 Free: Megan Nielander (5th) School record
  • Girls Swimming and Diving Regional Coach of the Year: Seth Jansen
  • Girls Swimming Mike Bresser Sportsmanship Award: Audrey Barth

Athletic Signings

  • Emily Armbrecht – Golf at Thomas More College
  • Andrew Chaffin – Baseball at University of Northwestern Ohio
  • Brenna D’Amico – Soccer at Transylvania University
  • Justin Gangwish – Football at Malone University
  • Ally Mayhaus – Basketball at Bellarmine University
  • Deja Turner – Basketball at Wright State University


  • Boys Golf State Qualifier: Leighton Schrand
  • Girls Cross Country State Class 1A: 10th Place
  • Girls Cross Country State Class 1A: Natalie Jehn 22nd place
  • Boys Diving State: Gus Staubitz (9th), Owen Finke (15th) – 1st ever state qualifiers
  • Boys Diving State: 31st Place
  • Boys Diving Regional: 16th Place
  • Girls Diving Regional: 8th Place – Highest Finish Ever
  • Swimming and Diving: Allyson Heger was named the 2014 KHSAA State Dive Coach of the Year (4 time recipient)
  • Swimming and Diving: Rebecca Thaman received the Region 4 Sportsmanship Award – voted on by officials
  • Swimming and Diving: Rebecca Thaman received Forcht Bank Uncommon Excellence Award – State Sportsmanship Award
  • Swimming and Diving: Rebecca Thaman was named a 2014 NISCA Academic All-American


  • Football 2011 KHSAA Class 2A State Champions
  • Girls Volleyball 2011 All “A” Classic State Champions
  • Boys Basketball 2012 All “A” Classic State Champions
  • Football Coach of the Year: Coach Kozerski
  • Football 1st Team Offense:   Eric Walker
  • Football 1st Team Defense:   Adam Kozerski and Paul Lampone
  • Football Honorable Mention:  Jalen Beal, Kyle Fuller and Nick Sanders

Athletic Signings

  • DeAsia Beal – Basketball at Stetson University
  • Conner Callery – Baseball at Ohio University
  • Michael Hewitt – Baseball at Mt. St. Joseph College
  • Christian McClendon – Basketball at Mt. St. Joseph College
  • Blake Tiberi – Baseball at University of Louisville
  • Hannah Tupman – Soccer at Oakland City University

Video Highlights

Football Championship Post Game Pep Rally