01.17.17
Soccer Team Opens District Play With Win Over BR High

The CHS soccer team opened District 3 play last week with a 2-1 victory over Baton Rouge High. The win over their "across the street" rivals raised the Bears' record to 4-6-4. The win puts the Bears at #14 in the Division I power ratings with the top 24 teams making the LHSAA playoffs. The new power ratings will come out tomorrow. Leading the Bears offensively this season are: Cole Casenave (4 goals, 3 assists); Eli Weathers (3 goals, 2 assists); Max Trapp (3 goals); Patrick Dunn, Preston Stafford, Patrick Mensah, and Garret Tate have each scored a goal. Danny...

01.13.17
CHS Wrestlers Head To Louisiana Classic For A Weekend Of Competition

The CHS wrestling team takes part in the Louisiana Classic, one of the premier tournaments in the state of Louisiana, this weekend, Jan. 13 and 14, at Baton Rouge Community College. Bears' head coach Tommy Prochaska is excited to head the tourney which will see 40 plus teams competing this weekend. "The Louisiana Classic is one of the highlights on the wrestling schedule for all high school programs in our state. We enjoy playing the role as host of this prestigious meet and seeing athletes from around Louisana compete at a great facility on the campus of BRCC. The tournament serves...

01.13.17
Basketball Bears Defeat Central 50-39

The basketball Bears raised their record to 13-7 with a 50-39 win over the Central Wildcats at home on Tuesday, Jan.10. The Bears found themselves down by seven points in the third quarter only to storm back with a vengeance and win by 11. Dean Jolly led CHS with 14 points while Tensley Aldredge put in 13. The Bears head to Walker for a Friday night game in Livingston Parish against the Walker Wildcats on Jan. 13. The Wildcats sport a 16-5 record and are coached by WHS alumnus Anthony Schiro. "Walker is a good basketball team and will provide us with...

01.13.17
CHS Seniors Featured On Catholiclife Television's Beacons Of Light Series

CHS seniors William Martin and Michael Krzystowczyk were recently featured on Catholiclife Television's Beacons of Light series. The two young men were recognized for their longtime commitment of volunteering at St. Vincent de Paul. Michael Acaldo '85, President and CEO of St. Vincent de Paul in Baton Rouge, interviewed the pair about their incredible experiences in working with the various ministries at the shelter. Watch the episode here....

01.12.17
Bowling Bears Kick-Off Season With Jamboree Victory

The bowling team kicked off the season Wednesday, Jan. 11, with a jamboree. The bowling Bears defeated Baton Rouge High 7-1 and Broadmoor 7-1. High scores were Brian Dinh 210 and Austin Bertrand 218. The regular season kicks off on Wednesday, Jan. 18, at Circle Bowl at 3:20 p.m. Come out and cheer the team on to victory....

01.10.17
Deuce Harrison Named Football Defensive Coordinator

CHS football coach Deuce Harrison has been named defensive coordinator for the Bears. "I am extremely excited to elevate Coach Harrison to our defensive coordinator position for next season,” said head football coach Gabe Fertitta. “I have never met a coach to have a more detail-oriented approach to coaching.  If I was given the choice to hire any football coach in America to do this job, it would be Deuce.  His passion for Catholic High and the Brothers of the Sacred Heart also make him a great fit for our school community." Harrison holds a Bachelor of Science degree from...

01.07.17
Brother Eldon 5K Race Set For Saturday, March 11

The 18th annual Brother Eldon 5K Run and One-Mile Run/Walk/Jog will be held on Saturday, March 11, 2017 at Catholic High School. Online registration is now open! Register in advance to be guaranteed a long-sleeved, moisture wicking T-shirt on race day. Entry fees are $25 for adults and $20 for grades 1-12 and $15 for current CHS students. Packet Pick-Up Day for pre-registered runners will be held at CHS on Friday, March 10, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the circle drive on Claycut. Click here to register online. Walk-up registration on Saturday, March 11 begins at 7:30 a.m....

01.06.17
CHS Hoopsters Get Solid Win On The Road

ARTICLE UPDATE 1/6/2017 - Due to weather concerns, the freshman, JV and varsity basketball games scheduled for Friday, January 6, have been cancelled.  The CHS hoopsters traveled to Denham Springs Tuesday night, and defeated the 5A Yellow Jackets 49-42. Tensley Aldridge led all scorers with 21 points and Dean Jolly tallied 13 to help lead the Bears to victory.   The Bears led at the end of every quarter and enjoyed a 29-25 halftime lead. Denham outscored the Bears in three pointers, making six of four, but the difference in the game came at the free throw line. The Bears...

01.03.17
CHS Wrestlers To Compete In Hoover High Invitational

The CHS wrestling team will travel to Birmingham, Alabama, for the Hoover High Invitational on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 6 and 7. The meet gets underway at 4 p.m. on Friday with the semifinals and consolations beginning on Saturday at 10 a.m. The Hoover meet is one of the largest in the South, with 27 teams converging on the Birmingham high school. Seven teams from Florida will make the trip to Hoover. The Bears sport a 12-5 dual meet record after last weekend's Bayou Duals, held at the Baton Rouge River Center. Coach Prochaska's grapplers went 6-2 in the Bayou...

12.27.16
Cavana Selected Outstanding Swimmer Of All-Metro Team

The CHS swim team captured its fourth straight state championship in Sulphur last month and is still reaping the rewards. The Bears dominated the All-Metro swim team, landing 10 of 15 swimmers on the team, along with capturing Outstanding Swimmer and Coach of the Year. Junior Sion (pronounced "Shawn") Cavana, was selected Outstanding Swimmer of the All-Metro team by members of the Capital Area Swim League. CHS coach Doug Logsdon was named Coach of the Year, leading the Bears to another state title and its 27th straight Metro championship. Check out the list of Bear swimmers who highlighted the All-Metro...

12.27.16
Big Orange Wave Places Six On All-Metro Team

The Big Orange Wave placed six runners on the All-Metro cross country team as selected by Baton Rouge area coaches.   Seniors Caleb Dugas and Thomas Laville along with sophomore James Lalonde were members of the first team. Sophomore Collin Hedges, senior Harold Miller and senior Collin Sarrazin were recognized as Honorable Mention team members.   Lalonde and Hedges will return for 2017 to lead a talented group of young runners in coach Pete Boudreaux's stable. Dugas and Laville will be seen in the coming weeks in LHSAA indoor track events at the Carl Maddox Field House. Check out the full...

12.13.16
CHS Grads Come Home To Help Worthy Cause

On Thursday, December 22, Baton Rouge native and CHS graduate Blair Gilley '95, will host a benefit concert to support the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank. His band January Noise will perform along with fellow CHS graduate David Borne’ '02, and other local musicians. The show begins at 8 PM at The Varsity Theatre. Tickets are $10 with all proceeds going to the food bank, which sustained major damage in the August flooding.  “We lost everything—including our computers, office furniture, all but one truck, all warehouse equipment, and more than 575,000 pounds of purchased and donated food,” says Michael G....