03.31.17
Track & Field Grabs Another Title At Dutchtown Invitational Meet

The CHS track & field team captured the Dutchtown Invitational on Thursday in Geismar. The Bears scored 163 points, plenty more than 5-5A rival Dutchtown (90) on their way to another team track title. The Bears won seven events and were runner-ups in six. Sethan Hollier blazed the 100 in 10.7 and 200 in 21.82, to win both sprints and was honored with the Outstanding Track Man Award for the meet.   The team will travel a select group of individuals to compete on Saturday, April 1, in the Meet of Champions at St. Paul's Episcopal in Mobile, Alabama. Events...

03.30.17
Baseball Bears Are Red Hot And On A Roll!

If you see smoke rising from the CHS baseball field, do not be alarmed. It is just the red hot Bear baseball team coming off another big win against East Ascension, 10-6. The Bears have reeled off nine straight wins and are now 18-6 overall and 2-0 in 5-5A play.   In game two against the Spartans, the Bears raced out to a 8-0 lead after four times at the plate. EA tacked on a run in the bottom of the fourth to narrow things slightly to 8-1. The Bears had a five run barrage in the top of the...

03.30.17
CHS Bayou Hazard Win Earns Spot In National Championship Tournament

The Bayou Hazard Ultimate Frisbee team representing Catholic High School, captured the Terminus tournament in Atlanta, Georgia, last weekend. Terminus is one of the premier youth tournaments in the southeast. Listed below are the results for Bayou Hazard: Saturday: 15-6 over STEM Academy of Knoxville (Knoxville, TN) 14-9 over #23 The Paideia School (Decatur, GA) 14-7 over #13 Grady High School (Atlanta, GA) Sunday: 12-5 over Woodward Academy (Atlanta, GA) 12-5 over Lambert High School (Suwanee, GA) 9-5 over #13 Grady High School (Atlanta, GA) The story of the weekend was the calm confidence for Catholic High. The Bears only...

03.29.17
Sophomore Kevin Oubre Wins SU's Computer Science Symposium

Students from Mrs. Sheri Schoonmaker’s Computer Science class, along with students from Lee High and Glen Oaks, attended Southern University’s 39th Annual Computer Science Symposium, held in February. The Symposium featured speakers from industry and academic settings, presentations on current research and a robotics demonstration. On Wednesday, March 22, 2017, Floyd Hodoh from Southern’s Computer Science Department presented CHS sophomore Kevin Oubre with an HP Chromebook for placing first in the programming competition.  ...

03.29.17
Young Dancers Attend Bruinette Clinic

The Bruinette dance team held a special Bruinette Dance Clinic on Saturday, March 25. Approximately 60 girls in second through eighth grade participated in the clinic which was the first year bringing it back after several years.  Participants were divided into groups according to age and were taught actual Bruinette bleacher steps and a dance routine choreographed by the Bruinettes themselves. The clinic ended with a performance in front of parents.   ...

03.29.17
Bowling Bears Advance To Final Four With Come From Behind Win

In a narrow win against Central 17.5-9.5, the Bowling Bears opened their playoff run in the Bi-Regionals and advanced to the state quarterfinals later in the afternoon. High scorers for the Bears in the Central match-up were: Austin Bertrand 246, Easton Hollis 216, Philip O'Neill 214 and Brian Dinh 227. In the afternoon contest, the Bears overcame adversity early in the match to defeat undefeated Dutchtown 19-8. Austin Bertrand led all bowlers with a 650 series and a high score of 242. Philip O'Neil led all competitors with a 254 game against Dutchtown. Longtime head bowling coach Robin Deck, had...

03.29.17
Spanish Club Enjoys End Of Year Dinner

The CHS Spanish Club joined the SJA Spanish Club on Tuesday, March 28, at Caliente for an end of the year dinner. The members proudly feasted upon Latin American cuisine while enjoying each other’s company. Approximately 40 memebers of the two clubs attended the event. The festive atmosphere of the restaurant provided an exciting end to the 2016-2017 Spanish Club events. ...

03.29.17
Baseball Bears Show Some "Cur Dog" In Win Over East Ascension

The East Ascension Spartans traveled to Grizzly Field with hopes of opening district play with a win against CHS on Tuesday night. The diamond Bears dashed those hopes by racing out to an early 6-0 lead, and held off an EA rally to win 8-5. The Bears are now 17-6 and 1-0 in district play.   The Bears started the scoring in the second, with Parker Evans belting a solo home run to get the home team on the board. Patrick Crifasi added an RBI single to put the Bears up 2-0. The Bears scored four runs in the third,...

03.29.17
CHS Golfers Continue To Drive For The Championship

The CHS golfers continued their torrid play through the Metro Golf League on Tuesday, March 28, as they shot a 306. The Bears faced-off against district rival Dutchtown and Woodlawn in an eighteen hole match at Santa Maria.   Freshman Jonathan Ellis led all scorers with a one under par 73. Sophomore Carson Caruso finished second with a two over 75.  Seniors D.J. Johnson and Max Trapp tied for third with a 79. Junior Will Ashy and Sophomore Will Perilloux each fired an 80 for the Bears.   The Bears have one week of regular season to play before the...

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...