Successful season for former JCA student-athletes

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“Joliet Catholic Academy graduate Josh Ferguson was the top rusher this season for the University of Illinois. He posted 685 yards and eight touchdowns on 139 carries. He added 44 catches for 373 yards and a pair of scores through the air.

Two former JCA volleyball players are on the Loyola University volleyball team.

Sophomore Morgan Reardon was named to the Missouri Valley Conference released its 2014 Volleyball All-Academic Teams

Reardon, who is enrolled in the School of Business, had a terrific year as the catalyst of Loyola’s offense. She had two matches with 30 or more kills, including a career-high 32 put-aways at Drake which puts her in a tie for third on Loyola’s all-time, single-match list. Among the conference leaders in kills and points per set all season, she wrapped up the campaign with 392 kills (3.77 kills per set) and finished second on the team with 270 digs (2.60 dps). Reardon closed the season strong, recording 16 kills and a career-best 27 digs in a home win over Drake last weekend and led the team with eight double-doubles.

Junior Kelly Feigh had five kills and 22 digs this season for the Ramblers.

Allie Quigley, now with the Chicago Sky but an All-American outside hitter who led JCA to the Class AA state championship in 2003, was honored by the Chicago Tribune’s Redeye as Stud of the Year in sports. She won 56 percent of the vote.”

Excerpts taken the Bugle and the Joliet Catholic Academy Girls Volleyball Facebook page.

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