04.07.17
CHS Bowlers Compete In Final Four

The Catholic High bowling team competes in the Final Four today at the Raising Cane's River Center in downtown Baton Rouge. The Bears will face H.L. Bourgeois of Houma in one semifinal match. The other semifinal features a rematch of last year's state championship between Brother Martin and Vandebilt Catholic. Brother Martin knocked the Bears out of the semifinals last year en route to a Division I state championship. The Bears defeated Brother Martin in their lone head-to-head meeting earlier this season. The semifinals kick-off today's action at 11 a.m. with the Bears and Braves on Lanes 11-14 and the...

04.06.17
Three Catholic High Students Invited To Attend Conference On National Affairs

Three Catholic High students were invited to attend the YMCA Conference on National Affairs as members of the Louisiana Delegation. Senior Ben Smith and juniors Dalton Major and Drake Brignac were selected to be delegates for their debating skills, mastery of public policy and dedication to public service. For senior Ben Smith and junior Drake Brignac, this will be their second time to attend the conference. “It is an honor to be invited and even more of an honor to represent our state and school on a national level,” said Major. The Conference on National Affairs brings together 600 delegates...

04.06.17
BEAR Metal Robotics Team Competes In Bayou Regional

The robotics club recently participated in the annual Bayou Regional competition of FIRST Robotics. First Robotics is a national organization which promotes student learning in science, technology and engineering by hosting a nation wide game each year. Teams that participate must build a robot which overcomes various challenges during a game match. In January, the completion theme is revealed along with the match challenges. Teams are given six weeks to build a robot to compete in a regional competition venue of their choosing. This year, the BEAR Metal team placed 28th out of 60 teams. The BEAR Metal team continues...

04.06.17
Varsity Tennis Defeats Regional Rival Dutchtown

The CHS varsity tennis team blanked regional rival Dutchtowon 5-0 in a match on Wednesday, April 5. The Bears are back on the courts Monday, April 10, as they take on Denham Springs at 3:30 p.m. Singles William Aguillard d. Cameron Hughes 6-0, 6-0 Ethan Gettys d. Hunter Hall 6-1, 6-0 Doubles Andrew Bienvenu/Tripp Guglielmo d. Tanner Hillman/ Carson Hillman 6-2, 6-0 Stephen Bienvenu/Raymond Chassignac d. Ben Nguyen/Mark Maher 6-0, 6-0 Davis Weston/Carson Chassignac d. Gavin Zettlemayer/Mason Miranda 6-0, 6-0  ...

04.06.17
Freshman Golf Team Closes Out Season With Win Over Episcopal

The CHS freshman golf team shot a 179 to defeat the Episcopal JV team on a gorgeous, but windy Wednesday afternoon at historic City Park. Paul Bourgeois shot a 41 to finish with the low score of the day. Connor Broome shot a 43 to finish second and Noah Bahlinger placed third with a 46. The freshman Bears wrapped up their season with three team victories, and showed marked improvement in the last three months. Ben Johnson, Murphy Valluzzo and Keegan Asmus were major contributors to the team's success. The six freshmen golfers will join varsity freshman Jonathan Ellis, as...

04.05.17
Ultimate Team Selling Boiled Crawfish As Fundraiser For Nationals

On Friday, April 7, the CHS Ultimate team will be selling boiled crawfish prepared by Tramonte’s Local Meat and Seafood Market to raise money for the team to attend a national ultimate tournament. The CHS Ultimate team has been invited to the inaugural National High School Invite. A tournament that pits the top 16 teams in the country against each other in the first attempt at a High School Ultimate national championship in the modern era of youth Ultimate. The tournament is in Rockford, Illinois, and, as you can imagine, there are plenty of costs associated with making that trip....

04.05.17
Baseball Bears Pick Up Two More

The CHS baseball team improved its record to 20-6 with doubleheader victories over Broadmoor on Saturday  at Grizzly Field. The Bears opened with a 15-0 win in the first game and followed with a 9-2 victory in the second game. In game one, seniors Max Wagner and Michael Avery combined for a three inning no-hitter over the Buccaneers. Wagner picked up his first win of the season and struck out six.  Avery tossed a scoreless third inning for the Bears to wrap up the no-hitter. Brennan Lambert, Parker Evans and Jordan Werner had multiple hits for the Bears in the...

04.04.17
Robotics Club Hosts Robotics Competition For Middle And High School Students

The Bear Bots Robotics Club held the first Catholic High Robotics Competition for middle and high school students on Friday, March 24.  Lego Mindstorm robots were designed and programmed to sumo wrestle within a 3-foot diameter ring. The robots were completely autonomous and had to push each other out of the ring. The first robot that touched the outside of the ring lost the round. Through a double-elimination process, all teams competed against each other at least once.   Winners of the competition were West Feliciana Middle School, first place; STEM Academy of Pointe Coupee, second place; and Catholic High...

04.04.17
Band To Perform Small Ensembles Concert Free To The Public

Come out and support the Band program as they perform their Small Ensembles Concert on Tuesday, April 11, in the Gym. The Percussion Ensemble, Concert Band, and Jazz Band will be featured. The concert begins at 7 p.m. and admission is free. We hope to see you there!...

04.04.17
Golf Team Defeats Zachary 150-155

The CHS Golf team defeated area links power Zachary, 150-155, to capture a regular season Metro League match. Sophomore Carson Caruso and junior Nick Ashy led all golfers with an even par 36 at Beaver Creek. Freshman Jonathan Ellis shot a 38 to close out the top five scoring in the match. Senior D.J. Johnson fired a 40, Will Perilloux shot 40 and senior Max Trapp holed a 41. The Bears will play next Wednesday, April 19, in the Metro championship at Carter Plantation in Springfield....

04.04.17
CHS Tennis Bears Defeat Episcopal 5-0

The CHS Tennis Team had a big win on the road Monday, defeating Episcopal 5-0. Match Results: William Aguillard CHS def. James Bruno EHS 6-0, 6-0 Ned Mayeaux CHS def. Omar Azmeh EHS 6-1, 6-0 Parker Delatte/ Connor Brady CHS def. Casey Rigby/Will McCarthy EHS 1-6, 7-5, 10-7 Matthew Raetzsch/Clifton Kurzweg CHS def. Johnny Davis/Grant Cretin EHS 6-4, 5-7, 10-4 Aaron Lopoo/Lyndon Wilbert CHS def. John Pojman/Elliot Rottenberg EHS 6-3, 6-2 Catch the Tennis Bears in action on Wednesday, April 5, as they serve up Dutchtown at 3:30 p.m....

04.04.17
CHS Mu Alpha Theta Takes Third At State Convention

Congratulations to Catholic High Mu Alpha Theta for taking third place at the Mu Alpha Theta State Convention held March 30 – April 1, 2017. Over 700 students from 33 schools competed at the convention. Students placing in Individual tests: Geometry Individual: 12th place – Daniel Barfield Algebra 2 Individual:  3rd place – Grant Alumbaugh 6th place – Hunter Doiron 11th place – Hunter Antie 12th place – Nicholas Robert 15th place – Matthew Odom 17th place – Jack Fuselier Precalculus: 1st place – Stephen Gaudin 5th place – Khoivu Nguyen 10th place – Isaak Dawson 13th place – Noah...