01.30.17
CHS Grapplers Capture 28th City Championship!

The CHS wrestling team captured its 28th City Championship on Saturday, January 28. The Bears won the title for the 16th time since 2000, and did so on its home mat in the CHS gym.   Cameron Carpenter, Jacob Fereday and Lance Blanchard were individual champions for the Bears. The Bears will wrestle in the Division I State Championships in Bossier City on February 10-11. More to come on the grapplers as the state meet nears. Check out Robin Fambrough's City Championship article in The Advocate. Photos by Bob Brummel...

01.28.17
Cheerleading Squad To Hold Cheer Clinic On March 12

The CHS Cheerleading squad will hold a cheer clinic on Sunday, March 12 from 1 to 3 p.m. in the CHS Gym. There will be a performance for the parents at 3 p.m. in the gym. The 2017 CHS Cheerleading Clinic is open to all girls in first through fifth grade. Due to limited staff and space, only the first 200 girls will accepted. Click here to download the clinic flier.  Registration is $25 per girl and includes a snack and t-shirt. The deadline to register is Feb. 13. Click here to register for the clinic.  For additional information, please...

01.28.17
NCSW 2017: Celebrate Your Community

“The respect for others which we learn in the family finds social expression in subsidiarity. To recognize that our choices are not necessarily the only legitimate ones is a healthy exercise in humility. In acknowledging the goodness inherent in others, even with their limitations, we see the richness present in diversity and the value of complementarity. Individuals and groups have the right to go their own way, even though they may sometimes make mistakes. In full respect for that freedom, civil society is called to help each person and social organization to take up its specific role and thus contribute...

01.28.17
NCSW 2017: Celebrate Your Parish

Sunday, January 29 Celebrate Your Parish “It is a matter of opening doors and allowing Jesus to be able to go outside. Many times we have Jesus closed inside with us, and we don’t go outside and we don’t let Him go out! Open the doors. It’s a matter of an ‘outgoing’ Church: a Church always going out.” – Pope Francis Daily Scripture Matthew 5:1-12 Jesus calls us through the Beatitudes to be in relationship with all who seek Christ. By serving others, we build our relationship with God and all humankind. Today we pray for our Church parishes and...

01.27.17
Basketball Team To Take On Dutchtown In Friday Night Match-Up

The basketball Bears go on the road Friday, Jan. 27, in 5-5A action to face the Dutchtown Griffins in Geismar. Freshmen start at 5 p.m., JV tips off at 6, and the varsity gets rolling at 7:15. CHS is the 6th rated team in the Division I basketball power ratings in the select division. Dutchtown comes in as the 30th rated team in the Class 5A power ratings for the non-selects schools. The Bears are coming off a 54-46 loss to St. Amant. Tensley Aldredge led the team with 16 points and Dean Jolly tacked on 10. Tyler Mixon chipped in...

01.27.17
CHS Soccer VS. Denham Springs: Winner Takes District 3 Title

The District 3 Soccer title is riding on tonight's 6 p.m. match between the host Bears and Denham Springs Yellow Jackets. The contest will be played on the pitch at Grizzly Field.  The Bears come in with a 7-6-4 record and the Jackets sport a 12-3-3 ledger. Both squads are 4-0 in District 3 play.  CHS is currently ranked #11 in the latest LHSAA Division I power ratings. The Jackets stand at #5. In the most recent Division I soccer poll, Denham came in at #8 in the state. The Bears were just out of the top ten at #13. The Bears hope...

01.27.17
CHS To Celebrate National Catholic Schools Week 2017

Catholic High School invites you to celebrate National Catholic Schools Week (NCSW) the week of January 29 through February 4. The week is dedicated to getting schools and its communities to focus on the value Catholic education provides to young people and its contributions to our church, our communities and our nation. The theme for the NCSW 2017 is “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” Catholic School Education by the Numbers:     Each day during NCSW will have a theme of celebration. Stay tuned to the CHS website and social media pages for the daily themes including...

01.25.17
CHS Bowling Team Off To A Strong Start

The Bowling team advanced to 3-0 on the season with a 21-6 win over Denham Springs. High scorers for the Bears were Austin Bertrand with a 695 series and Christian Gendron with a 605 series. Next matchup will be one of the toughest of the season against Central at Circle Bowl on Monday, January 30, at 3:20. Make plans now to come watch the bowling bears in action!!  The team is again coached by Ms. Robin Deck and she welcomes Mr. Ian Widdick as her assistant....

01.25.17
CHS Wrestling Team Favored To Win City Tournament

There are a few things certain in life as Benjamin Franklin once said - "death and taxes."  If Franklin were around today, he would also include the CHS wrestling program's dominance in the City tournament. The Bears have captured the City title 15 times since 2000 and a total of 27 times since its inception in 1970.   Number 28 is a good possibility with the Bears entering the prestigious Baton Rouge area tournament as the favorites.  Live Oak, St. Amant and Brusly will provide stiff competition for CHS. Action gets underway on Saturday, Jan. 28, at 9 a.m. with the finals scheduled for 3:30...

01.25.17
Mu Alpha Theta Hosts 18th Annual Math Tournament

Catholic High's Mu Alpha Theta hosted its 18th annual math tournament on Saturday, Jan. 21. The tournament hosted 465 competitors and was run by senior Mu Alpha Theta members. Catholic High's underclassmen placed 2nd in Sweepstakes in the Magnet division. Individual results: Algebra 1 2nd place - Benjamin Mayeux Geometry 1st - Christian Thompson 4th - Luke Bella 5th - Daniel Barfield Algebra 2 2nd - Patrick Herry 5th - Grant Alumbaugh Honorable Mention - Hunter Doiron Precalculus 3rd - Sam Gianfala 4th - Khoivu Nguyen Honorable Mention - Noah Davis, Cameron Vicknair Team Results 1st - Comp Math 1 - Daniel...

01.25.17
CHS Soccer Team Defeats McKinley High 2-0 In District Match-Up

The CHS soccer team traveled the short path to McKinley High School and defeated the Panthers 2-0 in a District 3 match on Tuesday, Jan. 24. The Bears are now 7-6-4 and 4-0 on the season. The loss dropped McKinley to 2-8-2 and 0-4. The Bears got their goals from Rees Romero and Ben Hupperich, and keeper Patrick Riley has one shot on goal to tend to, thanks to the solid defensive play of his teammates. The Bears will face their toughest District 3 match yet on Friday, Jan. 27, when Denham Springs comes to Grizzly Field. The Yellow Jackets...

01.24.17
Kam Cummings Sets School Record At Indoor Track State Qualifier

The second of three indoor track qualifiers took place on Saturday, Jan. 21, at the Carl Maddox Fieldhouse at LSU. The Bears were paced by Kam Cummings in the 55 meter hurdles with a blistering time of 8.10. The final clocking was a school record for Cummings, the two-time defending state indoor champ in the 55 hurdles. The 4x800 won its second consecutive meet relay with a clocking of 8:26. The two mile relay team participants were Eric Anderson, Matthew Howell, Brian Miller and Harold Miller. Click here to read more about meet from The Advocate. The Last Chance Meet will...