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February 2, 2018 RBeaugh@catholichigh.org

CHS Alumnus Donnie Jones ’99 Soaring With The Eagles Into Super Bowl LII

On Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles will play in their third Super Bowl in franchise

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January 26, 2018 RBeaugh@catholichigh.org

Dale Weiner To Be Inducted Into Louisiana High School Sports Hall Of Fame

Dale Weiner, former head football coach and current faculty member at Catholic High

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December 21, 2017 RBeaugh@catholichigh.org

CHS Players Compete In Red Stick Bowl

Three Catholic High football players participated in the 16th annual Red Stick Bowl

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PLAYER / PARENT INFORMATION & FORMS

SCHEDULES

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24 Aug, 2018

Football (JV) Jamboree @ Walker

6:00pm - 7:00pm
Walker High School, Walker High School
27 Aug, 2018

Football (JV) @ Parkview

6:30pm - 8:30pm
Parkview Baptist School, Parkview Baptist School
05 Sep, 2018

Football (JV) @ Zachary

6:00pm - 8:00pm
Zachary High School, Zachary High School
10 Sep, 2018

Football (JV) @ U-High

6:30pm - 8:30pm
University High School, University High School
19 Sep, 2018

Football (JV) vs. Denham Springs

6:30pm - 8:30pm
CHS Football Field, CHS Football Field
03 Oct, 2018

Football (JV) @ St. Amant

6:30pm - 8:30pm
St. Amant High School, St. Amant High School
10 Oct, 2018

Football (JV) @ McKinley

6:30pm - 8:30pm
McKinley High School, McKinley High School
17 Oct, 2018

Football (JV) vs. East Ascension

6:30pm - 8:30pm
CHS Football Field, CHS Football Field
24 Oct, 2018

Football (JV) @ Dutchtown

6:30pm - 8:30pm
Dutchtown High School, Dutchtown High School

ROSTERS

COACHES

Name Position
01 Head Coach
05 Assistant Coach

VARSITY ROSTER

Jersey Player Grade Weight Height Position
01 Timothy Morgan 11 175 5’11” DB
05 Patrick Mensah 11 170 5’10” DB
08 Grant Segar 11   5’10” QB
10 Noah Broussard 11 165 5’11” DB
11 Joseph Mitchell 11 180 6’2″ DB
12 Jacob Frazier 10 145 5’9″ DB
13 Marlon Coates 11 150 5’10” DB
14 Cameron Dartez 10 170 6’1″ QB
15 Vernon Langley 11 165 5’11” WR
16 Jonathan Mestayer 10 160 6’0″ DB
19 Brandt Boudreaux 11 170 5’10” WR
20 Beau Griffon 11 180 5’10” RB
21 Noah Smith 11 200 5’11” LB
23 Preston Stafford 11 160 5’11” K
24 Andrew Gauthier 11 190 5’10” LB
26 Sheldon Dyer 11 160 5’9″ RB
27 Conner LeBlanc 10 165 5’9″ RB
28 Grant Gallegos 11 165 5’9″ DB
31 Caleb Barber 10 155 5’8″ DB
33 Daryl Rousseau 12 210 6’0″ LB
34 Brogan Bourgeois 11 160 5’10” DB
35 Harper Massey 10 170 5’10” WR
36 Christopher Davis 11 160 5’10” DB
37 Jaylin Armwood 11 180 6’2″ LB
38 Garen Rounds 10 160 5’9″ RB
39 Hunter Thomas 10 150 5’9″ DB
40 Tytan Henley 10 155 5’9″ HB
41 Brandon Hubicz 10 185 6’1″ TE
43 Edward Francis 10 160 5’11” WR
44 Jake Schexnaydre 10 155 5’9″” LB
45 Reed Godbery 10 160 5’10” LB
45 Louis Benjamin 9 175 5’11” RB
47 Jack Ducote 11 180 6’1″ LB
48 Matthew Goodson 10 155 5’9″ DB
49 Ryan Garon 10 185 6’0″ LB
50 Keith Howard 11 205 5’10” LB
51 Dylan Ramsey 11 180 5’9″ LB
52 Francis Finucane 9 185 6’2″ OL
53 John Landry 10 165 5’11” LB
55 Nicholas Cambias 10 180 6’0″ OL
59 Jeffrey Brown 11 190 6’1″ DE
60 Connor Gauthier 11 210 5’10” OL
61 Brian Hibbard 9 210 5’11” OL
62 Joseph Alexander 9 215 6’2″ OL
63 Edward Landry 10 210 5’10” OL
64 Thomas Beale 9 205 5’11” OL
65 John Waggenspack 11 225 6’2″ OL
66 Yusuf Atkins 10 210 5’10” OL
67 Truett Bankston 10 230 6’2″ OL
68 Tyler Hendricks 11 265 6’1″ OL
72 Hunter Chauncy 10 215 6’1″ OL
73 Connor Rawls 11 230 5’9″ OL
75 Markham McKnight 11 225 6’1″ OL
75 Landry Kerth 10 220 6’2″ OL
77 Hunter Monson 11 265 5’9″ OL
79 Paul Balhoff 10 230 5’10” OL
80 Branson Johnson 11 200 5’11” HB
81 Joseph Gagliano 10 170 6’0″ WR
82 Gregory Martin 10 160 5’10” WR
83 Forrest Roy 10 175 6’0″ HB
84 Austan Hood 11 175 6’0″ WR
86 Gary Gudiel 11 175 5’11” HB
87 Murphy Arcemont 10 165 5’10” WR
87 Alexander Babin 10 170 6’0″ DE
88 William Beale 11 200 6’0″ HB
89 William Lott 10 160 5’10” DE
90 Taajuddeen Abdul-Salaam 10 255 6’2″ DL
91 Elijah Reames 10 215 6’2″ DE
93 Jordan Davenport 11 210 6’1″ DE
94 Landon Richard 10 185 5’11” DE
96 Holden Farmer 10 175 6’0″ DE
97 Peyton Harris 11 200 6’2″ DE
99 Diamante Rogers 10 230 6’4″ DL

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

State Championships (2) – 2017, 2015

State Runner-Ups (1)

State Playoff Appearances (28)

District Championships (19)

District Runners-Up (5)

Gatorade National Football Player of the Year (1)

USA Today Offensive Player of the Year (1)

Player Statistics 1929-2015
MOST YARDS RUSHING
Game
318 yards by Travis Minor vs De La Salle (9-13-96) on 29 carries
Season
2022 yards by Travis Minor (1996) on 225 carries
Career
4706 yards by Travis Minor (1994-1996) on 548 carries
MOST YARDS GAINED PER RUSH
Game
39.2 by Warrick Dunn vs Denham Springs (10-8-92)
Season
10.6 by Derrius Guice (2012)
Career
9.04 by Warrick Dunn (1990-1992)
MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS
Game
45 by Travis Minor vs Glen Oaks (9-27-96)
Season
251 by Karl Bernard (1981)
Career
569 by Kevin Franklin (1990-1992)
MOST YARDS PASSING
Game
341 by Ian Brian vs Rummel (12-4-15)
Season
1831 yards by Zack Oliver (2009)
Career
5411 yards by Zack Oliver (2008-2010)
MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED
Game
38 by Zack Oliver vs Central (10-02-09)
38 by Zack Oliver vs Pine Forest (10-15-10)
Season
224 by Zack Oliver (2010)
Career
719 by Zack Oliver (2008-2010)
MOST PASSES COMPLETED
Game
25 by Ian Brian vs Rummel (12-4-15)
Season
126 by Ian Brian (2014)
Career
410 by Zack Oliver (2008-2010)
MOST YARDS RECEIVING
Game
263 by Scott Ray vs Central Lafourche (11-11-88)
Season
1008 by Scott Ray (1988)
Career
1750 by Kevin Ainsworth (1989 – 1991)
MOST PASS RECEPTIONS
Game
12 by Scott Ray vs Central Lafourche (11-11-88)
Season
48 by Scott Ray (1988)
48 Richie Zimmerman (1999)
Career
113 Richie Zimmerman (1997 – 1999)
MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE
Game
386 by Jesse Daigle vs Central Lafourche (11-11-88)
(330 passing, 56 rushing)
Season
2442 by Travis Minor (1996)
(2022 rushing, 1 passing, 419 receiving)
Career
6154 by Zack Oliver (2008-2010)
(743 rushing, 5411 passing)
MOST POINTS SCORED
Game
30 by Karl Bernard vs Walker (9-25-81)
(5 touchdowns rushing)
30 by Travis Minor vs East Ascension (10-11-96)
(3 rushing, 2 receiving)
30 by Travis Minor vs Istrouma (11-7-96)
(5 touchdowns rushing)
Season
216 by Travis Minor (1996)
(35 touchdowns, 3 PAT(2))
Career
502 by Travis Minor (1994 – 1996)
(82 touchdowns, 5 PAT(2))
MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES THROWN
Game
5 by Major Applewhite vs Abramson (11-21-96)
5 by Nick Coomes vs Parkview (9-27-12)
Season
23 by Zack Oliver (2009)
Career
57 by Zack Oliver (2008-2010)
MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES CAUGHT
Game
4 by Richie Zimmerman vs East Ascension (11-4-99)
Season
11 by Scott Ray (1988)
Career
20 by Travis Minor (1994 – 1996)
MOST TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING
Game
5 by Karl Bernard vs Walker (9-25-81)
5 by Travis Minor vs Istrouma (11-7-96)
Season
27 by Travis Minor (1996)
Career
52 by Travis Minor (1994 – 1996)
MOST PATS-KICKING
Game
8 by Rhaoul Guillaume vs East Ascension (10-8-93)
Season
47 by Jack Gonsoulin (2014)
Career
126 by Jack Gonsoulin (2012 – 2014)
LONGEST SCORING RUSH
99 yards by Nicholas Marchan vs Tara (10-22-99)
LONGEST TOUCHDOWN PASS
87 yards Major Applewhite to Greg Brown vs St. Amant (10-25-96)
LONGEST TOUCHDOWN PUNT RETURN 
95 yards by Bobby Hebert vs Goudchaux (9-25-38)
LONGEST TOUCHDOWN KICKOFF RETURN 
99 yards by Clyde Edwards-Helaire vs Parkview (9-4-15)
99 yards by Marcus Thomas vs Dutchtown (10-3-08)
LONGEST FIELD GOAL
50 yards by Jack Gonsoulin vs Woodlawn (10-31-14)
MOST CONSECUTIVE PASSES COMPLETED 
13 Ian Brian vs Rummel (12-4-15)
Collegiate Players
Collegiate Players
2016
Ian Brian – Southeastern Louisiana University
2015
Jack Gonsoulin – LSU
Derrius Guice – LSU
Aaron Wiltz – North Carolina State University
2014
Danny Cameron – University of Indiana
2013
Christian Brown – University of Arkansas at Monticello
RJ Jefferson – Mississippi College
Tyler Sparrow – University of Arkansas at Monticello
Khalil Thomas – McNeese State University
Cameron Tom – University of Southern Mississippi
2012
Chris Morgan – University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Raphael Mozie – University of Arkansas Monticello
John Morgan Morain – Nicholls State University
2011
Lance Callihan – Stanford University
Grant Dubroc – McNeese University
Chris Sciambra – LSU/Nicholls
Zack Oliver – Northwestern, Illinois
Adam White – Louisiana State University
2010
Blane Arnold – Southeastern Louisiana University
Sanders Davis – Dartmouth
Tyler Duvall – Northwestern State University
Brad Nelson – Nichols State University
Jovhan Jilbert – Northwestern State University
Christian King – Rhodes College
Vincent LeDuff – Louisiana State University
Corey Schmidt – University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Bradley Williams – Louisiana College
2009
Jordan McClay – Southeastern Louisiana University
Marcus Thomas – Naval Academy
Brennan Herrmann – Mississippi College
Greg Ostrom – Louisiana State University
Matthew Conger – Louisiana Tech
Lonnie Locket – Florida A&M
2008
Ryan Lewis – Rice University
D.J. Ponder – Tulane University
Todd Lee – New Mexico State
Adam Bertrand – University of Louisiana at Monroe
Gabe Guerrero – Southeastern Louisiana University
Devan Walker – Southeastern Louisiana University
Spencer Harrell – Northwestern State University
2007
Matthew Broha – Louisiana Tech
Thomas Broussard – Samford University
Henry Minor – University of Central Arkansas
Jason Peters – Georgia Tech
Logan Roubique – University of Central Arkansas
Jeremy Stewart – Stanford University
2006
Julius Fleming – New Mexico State
Alex Baronich – Huntingdon College
2004
Revay Smith – Grambling State University
Corey Williams – Grambling State University
Ryan Richard – Nicholls State University
2003
Phillip Ray – United States Air Force Academy
Jonathan Alvarado – United States Naval Academy
Jourdan Cancienne – Tufts University
2002
Brandon Harrison – Stanford
Chris Williams – Vanderbilt
Hess Crocket – Southeastern Louisiana University
Tasmin Knockum – University of Memphis
Lane Garcia – University of Memphis
2001
Doug Planchard – LSU
Brian Washington – Southern
Greg Skidmore – Northwestern State
John Cambre – Northwestern State
Marshall Green – Navy
2000
Kass Kemper – Tulane
K.T. Wilkinson – LSU
Matthew Schexnayder – Louisiana College
1999
Brandon Nowlin – LSU
Richie Zimmerman – ULM
Scott Pendarvis – McNeese
Achille Fairchild – McNeese
Simpson Borens – McNeese
Richard Massony – Princeton
Nathan Jeter – Rhodes
1998
Brian Oliver – Henderson State
Jermaine Hatch – Georgia Tech
Donnie Jones – LSU
Kortland Kemper – ULL
Brian Thomas – Nicholls State
Jason Brown – Memphis
1997
Anthony Fisher – Miami, Southern
Kendrick Shanklin – Kentucky, Grambling
Zack Pendarvis – LSU
Trey Eyre – Memphis
Reid Finn – Army
Neil Rollins – Morehouse
Emanuel Zanders – Morehouse
Jason Beasley – Trinity
Keegan Williams – Grambling
1996
Major Applewhite – Texas
Travis Minor – Florida State
Brian Williams – Navy
Greg Brown – Texas
Aaron Boone – Clemson
Randy Richard – Louisiana Tech
Clay Bostic – Tennessee
1995
John Christ – LSU
David Beach – Army
Brandon Holden – Army
1994
Marc Stockbauer – Stanford
Ryan Hebert – LSU
Steven Sorrells – Richmond
Marcus Jacoby – Louisiana Tech, Southern
Josh Rivet – LSU
1993
Josh Yankowsky – Louisiana Tech
Cory Gaines – Tennessee
Rhaoul Guillaume – Tulane
Brown Boudreaux – LSU
Keith Jackson – Pittsburgh, Murray State
Ben Archer – USL
1992
Kevin Franklin – LSU/Southern
Warrick Dunn – Florida State
Jim Kitchen – Southern Mississippi
Stuart Archer – Northwestern State
Tim Booth – Army
Jason DeCuir – Howard
Jason Coffey – Navy
Chris Davros – Baylor
1991
Adam Swales – Northwestern State
Todd White – Virginia
Brian Andrews – Arkansas State
Dale Mouch – Army
Jeff Green – Southern Mississippi
1990
Mike Matthews – USL
Wesley Salmon – Tulane
Travis Lacassin – Tulane
1989
Mike Blanchard – LSU Johnny Hannie – Southern Mississippi
1988
Leo Abel – LSU
Jesse Daigle – LSU
Scott Ray – LSU
Scooter Di Vittorio – Northwestern State
Jimmy Screen – Navy
Professional Players
Current NFL Players
Donnie Jones ’99
Currently playing for the Philadelphia Eagles
Formerly with Houston Texans, St. Louis Rams, Miami Dolphins and Seattle Seahawks
Chris Williams ’03
Currently playing for the Buffalo Bills
Formerly with the Chicago Bears
Jeremy Stewart ’07
Currently playing for the Denver Broncos
Formerly with the New York Jets
Former NFL Players
Devon Walker ’08
San Diego Chargers
Matt Broha ’07
New York Giants
Brandon Harrison ’03
Houston Texans
Donnie Jones ’99
St. Louis Rams, Miami Dolphins, Seattle Seahawks
Kendrick Shanklin ’98
Winnepeg (Canadian Football League)
Travis Minor ’97
St. Louis Rams, Miami Dolphins
Marc Stockbauer ’95
Philadelphia, Indianapolis
Cory Gaines ’94
Indianapolis, Baltimore, Frankfurt (NFL Europe)
Warrick Dunn ’93
Atlanta Falcons, Tampa Bay
Kevin Franklin ’93
Oakland Raiders
Todd White ’92
Minnesota Vikings
Karl Bernard ’82
Detroit Lions
Neal Dellocono ’81
Dallas Cowboys, Houston Oilers
Tim Joiner ’79
Houston Oilers, Denver Broncos, New Orleans Saints
Warren Capone ’70
Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints