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The 3-1 Golden Eagles will be walking into the Lions den to take on the Lawrence Lions

The Golden Eagles walking onto the field for a routine kickoff against Dodge City
The Golden Eagles will be walking into a five star matchup against the Lawrence Lions this Saturday
October 2, 2020

The matchup between Bishop Carroll and Lawrence is poised to draw a lot of eyes and turn a lot of heads, as two of the best teams in what could potentially be the entire state of Kansas will be facing...

Students find ‘a sense of awe’ and ‘newness’ in returning to Mass

Cameron Pascal and Christian Sponsel are among the students who found joy in attending Mass again.
Ebberwein: 'Leading up to communion, I couldn't stop smiling'
May 21, 2020

Since the ban on attending church services has been lifted, Bishop Carroll students Grace Ebberwein, Christian Sponsel and Cameron Pascal  have had the privilege to participate in Mass once again. They...

Teresa of Calcutta community wins Eagle Cup championship

St. Teresa student coordinators and captains led a group effort.
Sebastian finishes second in a close race
May 13, 2020

The St. Teresa of Calcutta community won the 2019-20 Eagle Cup championship, edging St. Sebastian in a tight competition that brought out more student involvement than ever before, according to Alan Schuckman,...

Blog: Getting to Know the Flyer Staff

Blog: Getting to Know the Flyer Staff
January 13, 2020

Hey everyone! It’s Anna here, just your average junior who’s trying to stay afloat admist the trial that is life. If you want to be spammed with stories about different life lessons, (like the time...

Ricke rolls over competition as top trash-bag seller

Brianna Ricke won the trash-bag sales competition.
St. Sebastian is top community in sales
September 27, 2019

Breanna Ricke is the top finisher in the trash-bag sale contest. Rice, a junior in the Huslig House, sold 155 rolls. Sam Duling took second with 143, and Mattie Lane was third at 123. St. Sebastian was...

Flyer Interview of the Week with Coach Ebright

Flyer Interview of the Week with Coach Ebright
May 4, 2018

Flyer sports writer interviews Baseball's head coach Mr. Ebright after a busy start to the week with a sweep against North High on Monday, a 4-1 win over Maize high on Tuesday, and to finish it all up...

BREAKING: New prom coordinators selected

BREAKING: New prom coordinators selected
Mattie Lane, Grace Ebberwein chosen to plan the big dance next year
April 27, 2018

The 2019 prom coordinators are Mattie Lane and Grace Ebberwein. They were chosen by prom sponsors Abby Johnsen and Laurie Briggs from 18 candidates. “These girls displayed great qualities of organization,...

Flyer Preview: PROM EDITION

This years prom team has constructed many props for
Enjoy a sneak peak on what to expect in the next issue of the Flyer coming out on April 20, 2018.
April 18, 2018

This upcoming issue of the Flyer is the Prom Edition. Let’s take a look at what’s inside: +Junior Carson Lee participates at a varsity level in three sports. Take a look at how his seasons have...

New BCTV broadcast coming on Friday

New BCTV broadcast coming on Friday
Gun control debate, dating game are highlight segments
April 11, 2018

The broadcasting class is coming out with a new BCTV episode on Friday and topics will include the gun control debate and a fun and light-hearted spin on the “Dating Game.” The “Dating Game”...

Eagle Awards Banquet to Bring in Mayor as Keynote

Eagle Awards Banquet to Bring in Mayor as Keynote
April 4, 2018

Bishop Carroll will be bringing in Wichita mayor Jeff Longwell as the keynote speaker at its annual Eagle Academic Awards Banquet on April 4 at BC. This banquet is held every year to honor students...

This Week in Sports: Postseason Updates and more

Your 2018 5A-1A State Champs!
March 2, 2018

Welcome to another edition of this week in sports. This week, I would like to congratulate all of the winter sports athletes for their hard work and dedication that has led to yet another successful season....

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