In April, the four Riordan Houses went head-to-head at the first annual Crusader Games, which hosted contests of athletics, wit and skill. Students competed throughout the day in dodgeball, basketball, arm wrestling, chess, academic games, and other activities. Watch the video recap here
At the end of the day the House of Pilar was named the winner of the Crusader Games, and had their House permanently engraved on the Silver Gauntlet trophy. At the conclusion of the Crusader Games, the House of Cana was announced as the overall winner of the year-long House Competition.