03.27.17
Tennis Team Goes 2-2 In National Tournament

The Catholic High School Tennis Team competed in the Deco-Turf High School National Championships this past weekend. The Bears took 10th place after going 2-2 in the tournament's top classification that included schools from across the country. After losing a close match to The Baylor School of Chattanooga 2-5, the bears regrouped and defeated Jesuit of New Orleans 5-1. Day two of competition began with a victory over Montgomery Bell Academy of Nashville 4-3 before losing a tough match to Tennessee High School of Bristol 2-5. The team only dropped three doubles matches throughout the entire tournament, and was lead...

03.27.17
CHS Welcomes Grandparents To 2017 Grandparents Day

A “grand” day was had by all - sunny skies and beautiful weather set the stage for CHS Grandparents Day held on Sunday, March 19, from 2 – 4 p.m. Approximately 850 grandparents and their grandsons were in attendance. Current students joined their grandparents for the program in the gym. Highlighting the program was a prayer service led by CHS Student Ministers, as well as stirring performances by the CHS and SJA Schola Cantorum and the CHS Jazz Ensemble. The closing of the program featured the Armed Forces Medley recognizing veterans in attendance and all singing “God Bless America.”  A...

03.27.17
CHS Track & Field Win Again!

The outdoor season has been a success for the CHS track and field team. The Bears won their fourth outdoor meet in as many tries, as the squad scored 139.33 points to win the Bat Gourrier Relays at Broadmoor High School on Thursday, March 23. The Bears outpointed strong programs in Episcopal (123) and Zachary (68) to take the title.   Zach Tom took home the win in the shot put with a throw of 54-10 and Matthew Berdon won the discus with a mark of 145-5. Harold Miller won the 1600 in 4:34 and Thomas Laville took first in...

03.27.17
Baseball Bears Notch Convincing Win Over The Weekend

The Scotlandville baseball team came to Grizzly Field on Sunday afternoon with an unblemished 19-0 record. The Bears made short work of their opponents, winning the game 10-0 in five innings and cashed in on a power points bonanza by defeating the Hornets.   Grant Segar threw a five inning complete game, giving up three hits and striking out three. Segar improved his record to 3-1, throwing 49 strikes on just 67 pitches. The game was scoreless after two innings before the Bears had a four run barrage in the third, followed by a six spot in the bottom of...

03.26.17
Third Seeded Bowling Bears Ready For Bi-Region Playoff Match

The CHS bowling team had to wait for the loser's bracket to be completed to learn its next opponent and seeding on the LHSAA playoff bracket. The Bears locked up the third seed and will receive a first round bye. CHS will bowl in the second round against the winner of #6 Albany and #11 Central. The second round match will take place at 12:45 p.m. on Tuesday, March 28, at All-Star Lanes in Baton Rouge.  A victory in round two would advance the team to the quarterfinals at 3:15 p.m. later that day.   CHS is part of the Bi-Region...

03.23.17
CHS Tennis Continues To Serve Up Victories!

The CHS tennis team continued their streak against St. Amant yesterday, winning both singles and all three doubles courts. Results of the Match: Singles #1 - Nick Watson d. Nacho Vargas 6-0, 6-0 #2 - William Aguillard d. Macall Braud 6-0, 6-0 Doubles #1 - Andrew Bienvenu/Tripp Guglielmo d. Connor Smith/Connor White 6-0, 6-0 #2 Stephen Bienvenu/Raymond Chassaignac 6-0, 6-0 #3 Davis Weston/Carson Chassignac  6-0, 6-1...

03.22.17
Ezra Grant Earns Rank Of Eagle Scout

Catholic High School senior Ezra Grant has earned the rank of Eagle Scout. Grant is a member of Troop 103. To earn this rank, a Scout must progress through six ranks, earn a minimum of 21 merit badges, serve in several leadership positions within his troop and provide service to the community. In addition, a Scout must plan, develop and give leadership to a service project for a religious or community organization. Grant's Eagle Scout project consisted of building benches at Children's Charter Elementary School where there wasn't much sitting space beforehand....

03.22.17
Participants Get 'Wild About Cheer' At Annual CHS Cheer Clinic

On Sunday, March 12, approximately 200 first through fifth grade girls joined the CHS Cheerleading squad in getting "Wild About Cheer!" During the annual clinic, elementary girls learned cheers from our current cheerleaders and learned choreographed dances to our favorite jungle songs. At the end of the clinic, everyone got to show off their new moves in a performance for the parents.  ...

03.22.17
Seniors Shadow A Career Mentor For A Day

On Monday, March 20, senior students participated in a job shadowing assignment. Seniors were given a day off from school to shadow a mentor of their choice for a minimum of six hours. Students were encouraged to select mentors in a career that interest them the most. “One of the best ways to decide what you want to major in and what you want your career to be is to observe people who are working in that field already,” said school counselor Cathy Robichaux. “See what the day-to-day would be like from the inside.” One of the main goals of...

03.22.17
CHS Tennis Team Served Up Big Wins Over The Weekend

The Catholic High Tennis Team went 35-1 over the weekend, winning the McGill-Toolen Invitational in Mobile, AL. The tournament included high school teams from Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida. Catholic High broke the tournament record with all six of its top players winning every match but one. The  starting team in Mobile was anchored by nationally-ranked player, junior Nick Watson, and also included the following competitors that all play on the USTA southern tournament circuit - senior William Aguillard, senior Andrew Bienvenu, freshman Tripp Guglielmo, senior Stephen Bienvenu and sophomore Raymond Chassaignac. The B and C teams each won their...

03.21.17
Baseball Team Moves To 8-2 With Win Over Dunham

Austin Andrishok's sharp mound performance and Brady Hebert's three hit day were good enough to push the Bears to a 8-2 win over the Dunham Tigers on Tuesday night. CHS had a five run explosion in the fifth which was good enough to stay clear of any late Dunham charges. Andrishok tossed six innings and Max Wagner closed with a scoreless seventh. Andrishok gave up five hits and struck out four Tigers to push his record to 3-0. Seventeen of 25 Tiger hitters saw first pitch strikes from the junior lefty. Hebert had a double and a triple among his...

03.21.17
Bowling Team Advances To Bi-Regionals

The bowling team is now 14-0 on the season after a second regional playoff win. The bears defeated Denham Springs in the second round 19-8 to advance to the bi-regionals. High scores for the bears include:  Austin Bertrand 252 Philip O'Neill 235 Easton Hollis 242 The bears roll off in bi-regionals on Tuesday, March 28, at 10:45 a.m. at All Star Lanes.  ...