02.07.17
8th Graders Compete In Regional Math Counts Tournament

Seven CHS eighth graders attended the Regional Math Counts Tournament on Friday, Feb. 3, at the Transportation Training and Education Center on LSU's campus. Eighth graders attending were Rhett Greer, Christian Thompson, Jacob LeBlanc, Benjamin Mayeux, Alex St. Cyr, Trevor Turner and Craig Waguespack. The team of Greer, Thompson, Mayeux and Turner, placed 4th as a group. Individually placing in the top 20 at the tournament were Greer (9th place), Mayeau (12th place) and Thompson (19th place)....

02.07.17
Mothers' Club Car Raffle - March 11.

The 2017 Mothers’ Club car raffle will take place on Saturday, March 11. Students received tickets in November. Please check with your son (and his book sack) if you have not received them. It is important that all tickets are returned by February 17.   The vehicles being raffled are:  2017 Toyota Tacoma SR or 2017 Toyota Camry LE or 3 year/36,000 mile lease on a 2017 Lexus RX350. The funds raised directly benefit your sons. In recent years, the car raffle proceeds have been used to help keep tuition costs down for all students and for special projects. This...

02.06.17
Indoor Track & Field Competes In "Last Chance" State Qualifier

The indoor track and field team competed in the "Last Chance" state qualifier at LSU on Saturday, Feb. 4. Kam Cummings lowered his school record in the 55-meter hurdles with a winning time of 8.03 seconds. Cummings will bid for his third straight indoor state title at the state meet on Feb. 18. Zach Tom won the shot put with a throw of over 55 feet. Also qualifying for the Division I state indoor meet are: Sethan Hollier, 55 meters; Vernon Langley, 55 meter hurdles; London Lewis, shot put; 4x200 and 4x400 meter relay teams of Cade Rounds, Sethan Hollier, Tyrell...

02.06.17
Lacrosse Team Sweeps Opening Weekend

The CHS lacrosse team is 2-0 after a successful opening weekend under new head coach George Hopkins. The Bears opened the season with a 7-6 victory over Dutchtown in a non-district match. On Saturday, the Bears needed overtime to beat their out of town visitors, Ocean Springs High School (Ms.), by a score of 8-7. The CHS lax team will hit the field again on Friday, February 17, at 7 p.m. The Airline Vikings of Bossier City will make the trip south for the match at Grizzly Field. Photos by Bobby Brummel...

02.06.17
CHS French Club Performance Merits First Place At French Convention

The CHS French Club participated in the ALCFES French Convention on Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 4 and 5, in Lafayette. Students heard and spoke French throughout the weekend, highlighted by a scavenger hunt in Vermillionville, a museum of Acadian culture. The Bears took home first place in the beginner level skit and third place in the video competition. CHS junior Drake Brignac was elected vice president of French Convention and received a half scholarship for five weeks at the Université Sainte-Anne in Nova Scotia. Freshman Stewart Roeling was also elected as a representative for Region 3....

02.06.17
CHS Soccer Team To Face Northshore In Division I Second Round Match Up

The CHS soccer team travels to Slidell to face the Northshore Panthers in a Division I second round matchup tonight, Feb. 7. The meeting between the two district champions kicks off at 6 p.m. "The guys are hitting their stride at the right time of the season," said head coach Josh McReynolds. "We faced Northshore earlier this year, they are a well-organized and well-coached team. The Panthers have a few key players that we must be aware of. Our guys are confident about their chances because of our familiarity with Northshore. They understand the tradition that our soccer program has built and...

02.04.17
CHS Soccer Moves To Second Round With Upset Win Over Walker

Heading into the 2016-17 soccer season, pundits wondered if the Catholic High soccer team would make the playoffs after losing twelve seniors and a number of starters and major contributors. When January rolled around, that thought seemed likely, as the club played like an inexperienced crew that had forgotten about the tradition and history of success the CHS soccer program is known for. Cue the turnaround that saw the Bears climb from under .500 to a 8-6-5 record and a District 3 title. Coach Josh McReynolds watched as his team matured and found ways to battle back from deficits to win crucial...

02.03.17
Bruinettes To Host Dance Clinic Set For March 25

The Catholic High Bruinettes will be hosting a dance clinic on Saturday, March 25, 2017, from 8:30-11:30 a.m. with a parent performance at 11:30 a.m. in the CHS gym. The 2017 Bruinette Dance Clinic will be open to all girls in second through eighth grade. The girls will be divided by grade level and taught bleacher steps and a short dance routine. Due to limited staff and space, only the first 200 girls will be accepted. Click here to download the event flyer. Registration is $30 per girl which includes a snack and t-shirt. The deadline to register is February...

02.03.17
CHS Bowling Bears Continue To Roll

The roll continued for the CHS bowling team as they defeated Archbishop Shaw from the New Orleans area, 18-9. The match was held at Premier Lanes in Gonzales. Leading the team was Philip O'Neill with a 693 series. O'Neill's high game of 255 was topped by Austin Bertrand's 256. Brian Dinh was right behind with an impressive 240 high game.   The Bears are now 5-0 on the season and have defeated Scotlandville, Zachary, Denham Springs, Central and Archbishop Shaw. The team is back in action on Thursday, February 9th, at Tangi Lanes in Hammond. The Bears will roll their...

02.02.17
Seven CHS Football Players Sign To Play Collegiate Football

“The signing of a college scholarship is the culmination of years of hard work and dedication,” commented CHS Athletic Director J.P. Kelly. For seven senior CHS football players, their hard work and dedication paid off. Those seven “Curdogs” signed to play collegiate football on Wednesday, Feb. 1, National Football Signing Day. Clyde Edwards-Helaire (RB) and Aaron Moffitt (DE) both signed with LSU. Also signing to play football at an in-state university are Tré Square (DE), Southern University; and Jacob Martin (OL), Nicholls State. Signing to play at an out-of-state university are Zach Tom (OT), Wake Forest University in North Carolina;...

02.02.17
NCSW 2017: Celebrate Vocations

“It is with great hope that all the baptized may experience the joy of belonging to the Church and rediscover that the Christian vocation, just like every particular vocation, is born from within the People of God, and is a gift of divine mercy. The Church is the house of mercy, and it is the ‘soil’ where vocations take root, mature and bear fruit.” – Pope Francis Daily Scripture Mark 6:7-13 Jesus sends the disciples out two by two and tells them not to take anything with them and to shake the dust off their sandals of those who do...

02.01.17
CHS Basketball Team Shows Resilience In "Silent Night" Game Against McKinley

Coach Mark Cascio couldn't have asked for more from his team in the effort and resilience categories during the Silent Night game on Tuesday, Jan. 31. For 38 minutes, the Bears fought and clawed their way against a very skilled McKinley team, but came up just short in double overtime, 46-44. The Bears entertained an energetic fan base on hand for the "Silent Night" event and got the full value of their admission price and then some. Tensley Aldredge led all scorers with 19 points. Dean Jolly and Remy Robert contributed eight apiece for the home team. Tyrese Radford led McKinley with...