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It’s easy to submit a quick update to our website by clicking here!  Keep enjoying this issue for updates from other alumni — reuniting with family, facing off against each other in collegiate athletics, ending strong at West Point … and stepping in as Bishop...

Alumni Updates

Four Generations Unite Four generations of Kai Buda’s family include (from left:) Yolanda Bumann of Altoona, great-grandmother; back — Matthew Buda of Woodburn, Oregon, father, holding Kai Buda; Vince Bumann of Altoona (1948 BG grad); great-grandfather; and Vicky Buda...

Joe Landolfi comes back to BG as New Athletic Director

Joe Landolfi “I have had the attitude my whole life that I was a Marauder,” Joe told the paper. “I have coached in different school districts across Pennsylvania and other parts of the country where I lived, but I always had that feeling for the Marauder nation. It...

Pandemic Puts New League on Hold for Two BG Alumni Athletes

From left: BG grads Josh Trybus and Nathan Hagg are part of a unique collegiate football league that has been put on hold because of COVID-19. In September 2020, the Altoona Mirror reported that former Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic High School athletes Josh Trybus and...