CHS Students Placed in District Literary Rally
Catholic High School students placed in District Rally Saturday, March 17, at Southeastern Louisiana University.
Those placing first were Calvin Turk, Accounting I; Kyle Babin, advanced math; Andrew Stewart, Algebra II; Aaron Caffarel, American History; Eric Bordlee, Biology I; James Gilbert, Biology II; Joseph Theriot, business computer application; Christopher Sciortino, chemistry; Eric Ristroph, free enterprise; Daniel Nelson, French II; Christopher Focht, geometry; Thomas Sparks, Spanish II; Alexander Maris, Spanish III; and Matthew DeRobertis, world geography.
Second place participants were Justin Phillips, Accounting I; Raymond Decuir, Algebra I; Russ Guidry, Biology I; David Crochet, calculus; James Selent, chemistry; Eric Guidry, computer science; Charles Weimer, geometry; Patrick McGehee, Introduction to Business Computer A; Brian Lumpkins, physics; Kenneth Zielewski, world geography; and Davis Rhorer, world history.
Those placing third were Michael Kelly, Algebra I; Chad Gremillion, Biology II; Taylor Simon, English I; Clayton Walker, English II; Steven Powell, environmental science; and Ryan Ginn, psychology.
Fourth place participants were Christopher Smith, Advanced Math I; Benjamin Leblanc, business computer application; William Lee, calculus; and John Beieler, environmental science.
Fifth place participants were Brett Lemoine, computer science; Casey Fitzgerald, English I; Anson Becnel, English II; Louis Kearny, English III; Kyle Jackson, free enterprise; and Adrian Wintz, Spanish I.
Those students placing sixth were Hilliard Chesteen, civics; and Ryan Al-Marhoun, English IV.
Twenty-six students from Catholic High will now compete at the State Literary Rally.