Paraclete


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Paraclete

(pâr`əklēt), in the New Testament, title of the Holy Spirit, often translated as "Comforter" or "Advocate." In First John, Jesus himself is the "Paraclete."
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Two-time Alpha League champion Paraclete (7-3, 3-1) was tied for second with Campbell Hall of North Hollywood going into Tuesday's league match against first-place Windward of Los Angeles.
We lost most of our offense (to graduation) and I told the girls at the beginning of the season that they're going to have to play great defense and make other teams (do the) mistakes,'' Paraclete coach Margaret Neill said.
Considering that Paraclete combined for just five wins the past two years (one by forfeit), that the Spirits were able to emerge with a 20-13 nonleague Week 1 victory over a pesky Desert opponent Friday was impressive.
Paraclete extended the lead to 18-7 early in the third quarter when Brousseau scored from the 3.
Kaitlin Huerta led Paraclete with a fifth-place finish, covering the 3-mile course in 19:21.
Paraclete allowed a combined four goals in their last four games.
The only way you get to 500 wins is if you're at one place a really long time and you get good players, I've had a lot of great players here at Paraclete.
Two days before the attack, there was some type of altercation involving the girl at the home of a Paraclete freshman, Murren said.
The boys' basketball team starts its season against visiting Paraclete tonight at 7.
Paraclete finished with a team time of 1 hour, 41 minutes and 45 seconds and Desert Christian came in at 1:43.
In consecutive weeks, Paraclete has picked apart the competition at respected invitationals.
He did a tremendous job,'' Paraclete coach Allen Adam said of Valdez, a right-hander who needed 87 pitches to improve his record to 3-1.