10.16.17
Football Bears Move to 5-2 With Win Over McKinley

Both Catholic and McKinley entered Friday night's contest with identical 4-2 records. Pundits had the Bears as heavy pre-game favorites, but the Panthers offered serious resistance with the backing of a loud and enthusiastic crowd. The Bears fought through adversity, answering multiple comebacks by the host Panthers to pull away and win 47-28 on the road. Catholic is now 5-2 overall, 1-1 in district play and should move up in the 5A LSWA polls. McKinley dropped to 4-3 and 1-1 and will look to raise their power rankings as the regular season winds down. Defensive Player of the Week honors goes to...

10.13.17
Big Orange Wave Competes Well In CHS Invitational

The Big Orange Wave put in a solid performance last Saturday morning in the Catholic High Invitational. The Wave overcame a weather delay and injuries to finish fourth overall, but coach Pete Boudreaux's young runners competed well. "Another close meet for our guys. They continue to run hard and improve against solid teams. We need to keep hanging in there and stay tough as we get into the second half of the season," noted Boudreaux. Collin Hedges (11th), Chris Cuntz (21st), Peter Kelly (24th), Ben Langley (26th) and Luke Bella (33rd) rounded out the top five for the Wave. Cuntz...

10.12.17
Nine Swimmers Named To All-Academic Teams

Congratulations to the following CHS swimmers for being named to the All- Academic All-Metro Team for the Capital City Swim League, as well as the LHSAA Division I All-Academic Team. These seniors have maintained a non-weighted cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher while competing in varsity swimming. These young men are a true testament to being a student-athlete at CHS. Many of them will graduate in May with an honors degree. Thank you for representing CHS both in the pool and in the classroom:  Sion Cavana Holden David Grant Dawson Nick DiLeo Sam Gianfala Patrick Hardin Jason Marxsen Tyler McCullough...

10.10.17
Freshman Football Game Relocated to CHS Campus

Today's freshman football game that was originally scheduled to take place at McKinley, has been moved to CHS's campus. Kick-off is set for 6 p.m....

10.09.17
CHS Swim Team Moves to 3-0 on the Season

The CHS swim team moved to 3-0 on the season on Saturday, Oct. 7, at Crawfish Aquatics. The final score was Catholic High 638, Lutcher High School 442.5, Zachary High School 231.5 and Woodlawn 34. The Bears will next be in action on Saturday, Oct. 21 in Lafayette.   Click here to see the full results from Oct. 7. Individuals scoring for the Bears: 200 Medley Relay: 1st place Grant Dawson, Tyler McCullough, Harrison Say, Adam Werth 200 Free: 1st place Sion Cavana 2nd place Nicholas Domingue 3rd place William Kitto 4th place Harrison Russell  200 IM: 1st place Daniel Woodruff,...

10.03.17
Football Bears Defeat Teurlings Catholic, 34-7

The Bears raced out to a 20-0 lead early in the game, survived a middle of the game push by Teurlings Catholic, and held on for a convincing 34-7 win.  CHS upped its record to 4-1 and is now No. 2 in the mid-season power rankings released by the LHSAA.  The Bears are also No. 8 in the latest LSWA Class 5A poll. Cameron Dartez threw for 337 yards and three touchdowns to win Offensive Player of the Week award honors.  The junior signal caller threw no interceptions against the Rebels.   Preston Stafford booted two field goals, was perfect...

10.03.17
Big Orange Wave Finishes Second at SJA Invitational

The Big Orange Wave turned in one of their best efforts of the season on Saturday Sept. 30, coming up just short in their quest for another team title. However, a few points are not going to deter coach Pete Boudreaux's squad in their quest to get better every week, as the Wave continues to mature as a program. Catholic defeated all 5A programs that competed in the event. Four of the Wave members turned in course bests at Highland Road Park as the team came in with 50 points in the St. Joseph's Academy Invitational. James Lalonde (15:39) led...

10.02.17
Three CHS Baseball Players Commit To Play Collegiate Baseball

When a program wins 60 games in two seasons at the high school level, people take notice. The Catholic High baseball program is 60-16 over the last two seasons and college coaches have taken notice. Five players signed to play college baseball after the 2017 season to join the multitude of former Bears to go to the next level.  Add three more to the list in Brennan Lambert, Brady Hebert and Landon Boeneke of the Class of 2018. Lambert, a right-handed, hitting catcher, recently committed to Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas.  The senior became the starter behind the plate a...

10.02.17
Swim Team Moves to 2-0 With Capital City Swim League Win

The CHS swim team moved to 2-0 on the season on Saturday, September 30, by winning the Capital City Swim League Cluster meet. The final score was:  1. Catholic High School Bears 560  2. Baton Rouge Magnet High School 275 3. Plaquemine High School 214  4. Lee Magnet High School 168 5. Brusly High School 154  6. Walker High School 137 7. Denham Springs High School 135  8. West Feliciana 131 9. Live Oak High School 24 Scoring for the Bears were:  200 Medley Relay - 1st place Grant Dawson, Tyler McCullough, Garrett Accardo, Sion Cavana 200 Free - 1st...

09.26.17
The Big Orange Wave Wins The Battle At The Battlefield Invitational

The Port Hudson State Historic Site served as host for the Battlefield Invitational last weekend for area cross country teams.The Bears scored 31 points and "won the battle" against its closest rival, Parkway (42 points). The Bears have now won three meet titles this season. James Lalonde was the low scorer for the Big Orange Wave, finishing 2nd overall in a time of 16:57. Collin Hedges (3rd); Chris Cuntz (5th); Ben Langley (8th); and Luke Bella (13th) rounded out the team's top five. The varsity race was approximately three miles. The top junior high runner in the two mile race...

09.25.17
CHS Swim Team Takes Gulf Coast Classic On The Road

The CHS swim team won the 7th Gulf Coast Classic in Mobile, AL., this weekend. The final score was:  Catholic High School Bears - 357 St Paul's Episcopal School - 203 Daphne High School - 186 James Clemens High School - 145 McGill-Toolen Catholic High - 107 Davidson High School - 102 Baker High School - 71 Ums Wright - 30 St Michaels Catholic High - 28 Faith Academy - 9 Scoring for the Bears:  3rd Place 200 Medley Relay: Cameron Richard, Tyler McCullough, Blake Pizzolato, Grant Dawson 200 Free: 1st Place Sion Cavana, 2nd Place Mason Nyboer, 3rd Place...

09.25.17
Bears Bounce Back With Big Win Over STM

The Catholic High Bears faced off Friday night against previously undefeated and unscored on St. Thomas More in the home opener at Olympia Stadium. Pundits around the state cast the Bears as underdogs, siding with the defending Division II State Champions. However, the black and orange clad Bears came to play, scoring on the game's opening drive and keeping the Cougars out of the endzone to win 20-0. The Bears started fast, driving 70 yards after receiving the opening kickoff. Cameron Dartez connected with Austan Hood on a touchdown pass to lead 7-0. In the second quarter, Parker Smith carried...

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