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O’Dea Gentlemen Living Lives of Character, Faith & Service

Posted November 6, 2017

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This weekend members of the Waterford House partnered with Catholic Community Services to help a struggling homeowner with yard work and property maintenance.  The Waterford team trimmed trees, cleared the front yard of withering plants, and refreshed the garden to make it ready for new plants.  The homeowner was very grateful for the help and is excited to be able to garden once again. Thank you to these young men for giving of their time and helping others in need. Just another example of O’Dea gentlemen living lives of character, faith, and service.

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Thank You O’Dea Community!

Posted October 31, 2017

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Thank you to our incredible O’Dea community for your support of this year’s Wall of Honor Inductee Celebration! The event was a resounding success with almost 300 people in attendance and over $60,000 raised to support O’Dea Athletics. It was wonderful to see so many people come together to celebrate the accomplishments of our past athletes while supporting current programs. Congratulations to the 2017 Inductees: 1995 Football Team, Steven Nolan ’86, Nick Stefonick ’95, and Charles Young ’93. If you would like to donate to O’Dea Athletics please click HERE.

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Fighting Irish, Fighting For Houston!

Posted September 27, 2017

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Thanks to the generosity of the O’Dea community, we raised $3,977 to support victims of Hurricane Harvey. The combined efforts of six Catholic schools raised a total of $14,893 in relief funds. Thank you to the O’Dea community for your generosity in support of this most worthy of causes. Our hearts go out to those in Houston.

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Fighting Irish with an impressive win over Skyview

Posted September 16, 2017

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Click HERE to read the full article in The Seattle Times.

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O’Dea defeats Lincoln in a 3A football showdown!

Posted September 6, 2017

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Both teams proved worthy of their ranking, but it was the Fighting Irish who escaped with a 23-21 victory, their third victory over the Abes in the past two seasons, including a 28-20 decision in last year’s 3A state quarterfinals.

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