Check out Patrick Judge's high school sports timeline including game updates while playing baseball at St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute from 2013 through 2015.
Leigh boys basketball coach Patrick Judge has stepped down after seven seasons. Judge led the Longhorns to the Blossom Valley Athletic League’s Mount Hamilton Division championship in 2014 with a...
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Coach Patrick Judge is the head boys basketball coach at Saratoga High School in Saratoga, CA. He is also the Vice President Managing Officer for the Intero...
Boys basketball: Leigh coach Patrick Judge steps down
Leigh coach Patrick Judge congratulates Devin Miller near the end of the game during the Blossom Valley Athletic League boys basketball championship game at Independence High. Leigh beat the Piedmo…
View Patrick Judge's career, season and game-by-game baseball stats while attending St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute .
Director of Operations @ Manzer Basketball Academy Patrick played high school Basketball at Father Judge High School in Philadelphia, PA. He worked as a Student Assistant with Coastal Carolina University Men’s Basketball team from 2001-2005 and Graduated with a Masters in Elementary Education from CCU.
Judge Patrick T. Dinkelacker Birth Date: December 26, 1953 Cincinnati, OH Birth Place: Cincinnati, OH Marital Status: Married. Kathleen M. (Reilly) Children: Brian Patrick, age 23 Kevin James, age 21 Leah Marie, age 19 Julie Kathryn. age 16 EDUCATION University of Dayton School of Law: 1979 graduate; Admitted to Ohio Bar 1979
WACO, Texas (ABP) — Former basketball player Carlton Dotson was sentenced to 35 years in prison June 15 for killing his former Baylor University basketball teammate Patrick Dennehy — despite his attorney's insistence that Dotson was mentally ill at the time of the murder. Dotson, 22, who spent two months in a mental hospital on a judge's order, previously told investigators that he was Jesus, “the son of God.”.
Patrick is a male given name derived from the Latin name Patricius (patrician, i.e. nobleman). Alternative meaning could be derived from Old English elements "Pǣga", meaning unknown , and "rīce", meaning ruler .