02.01.06
CHS Bowling Team Defeat Baton Rouge High

The CHS bowling team had an impressive victory against Baton Rouge High yesterday with a score of 24 1/2 to 2 1/2.Match Highlights: CATHOLIC: Brent Vu (221 game), Jason Biamanco (201 game); BATON ROUGE HIGH: Shawn Lin (174 game), Mark Stansbury (156 game).Records: Catholic 4-0, Baton Rouge High 1-2....

02.01.06
CHS Soccer Team Rebound With Win Against Dutchtown

The Soccer team bounced back from a tough 1-0 loss to Dutchtown on Saturday with a well played 3-2 victory over St. Amant last night. The win, which puts the Bears' district record at 6-3, guarantees the team a play-off birth. In the first half of the game, Coach Landry made an important tactical decision to move offensively against the wind. The strategy paid off and produced three goals, the last one coming just before the half ended. Jeff Anderson (Jr.), Kyle Robert (Sr.), and Allen Beal (Jr.) accounted for the goals. Rusty Sanchez (Sr.) and Kyle Pfefferle (Sr.) anchored...

02.01.06
The CHS Tennis Team Defeated Baton Rouge High

The tennis team defeated Baton Rouge High yesterday by a score of 5-0. Winning for the Bears were singles players Cody Loup and Kyle Andermann; and doubles teams of Timothy Kwan and Evans Falgoust, Reed Stephens and Jeff Noel and JoJo Carville and Kyle Jackson....

01.31.06
A Key District Win for the Basketball Team

Fresh off a district win over Walker High School, the basketball team took on Dutchtown last night in a game with tremendous playoff implications. The Bears and the Griffins both entered the game 4-3 in district, and the contest was for sole possession of third place. At the conclusion of the game, the Bears stood alone in third place and have the inside tract to the state playoffs. The best crowed of the year saw the Bears triumph in a 50-41 point victory at the Catholic High gymnasium. Solid defense allowed the Bears to take a two-point lead into halftime....

01.31.06
CHS Celebrates Catholic Schools Week

Compassion is the deep awareness of the suffering of another joined with the desire to relieve that suffering. The theme of Catholic School's Week represents compassion as one of the core values Catholic education strives to inspire and sustain in every student, teacher and school administrator. Students at Catholic High School have had many opportunities this year to show compassion for their classmates as well as the community. From sharing their campus to students displaced by Hurricane Katrina to volunteering their time to prepare lunches for evacuees to providing toys, coats and food for the needy, Catholic High students have...

01.30.06
CHS Celebrates Catholic Schools Week

Character. Character is the combination of qualities or features that distinguishes one person or group from another. The word character is used to describe a person's distinguishing feature or attribute, as of an individual or group. The students at Catholic High School demonstrate Character each through their interaction with fellow students, teachers and administrators. This week as we celebrate Catholic School's Week, we celebrate the Character that our young men are building through the teaching of Gospel values, in an environment of academic excellence, according to Catholic tradition and the spirit of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart....

01.30.06
Varsity Bowling Team Defeated Broadmoor

The CHS varsity bowling team, now 3-0 in District, defeated Broadmoor yesterday 23-4. Next action is Wednesday at Circle Bowl. The JV team, now 1-0 in District, defeated Denham Springs 17-10 in yesterday's match....

01.29.06
CHS Flag Football Teams Compete

CHS flag football team Team Lewis defeated Team Ruffino 6-0 in the championship flag football game. Team members were Chris Lewis, Michael Billings, Ben Dubois, Neal Dakmak, Brandon Odom Cory Deno, James Lemoine, Brian Kneipp, J. D. Pitchford, Morgan Durham, Kevin David and Michael Coulon. Thanks to all the teams for their participation this year....

01.29.06
CHS Students Place in Lafayette High Math Tournament

CHS students placed in the Lafayette High School math tournament on January 28.Those placing were Andrew Stewart - second place in geometry; Will Lee third place in trigonometry; Grayson Young - third place in calculus AB; Eric Ristroph - fourth place in pre-calculus; Travis Meyer - fifth place in calculus AB and Mitchell Sances - sixth place in calculus AB. Student teams placing in the Lafayette High School tournament were Timmy Borgmeyer, Andrew Stewart, Matthew Smith and Andre' Wiggins - first place in geometry; Kyle Babin, Chris Sciortino, Ethan Greenblatt and Michael Thomas - second place in algebra II; Sam...

01.29.06
Intramural Pickleball Teams Compete

The CHS Intramural Pickleball team of Tim Kwan and Gary Walker dominated in the doubles pickleball tournament on Friday. Placing second were Kyle Jackson and Mark Assad and placing third were Brett Vann and Austin Babin. The next tournament is Friday, February 10....

01.29.06
Varsity Basketball Team Defeated Walker

The varsity basketball team defeated Walker Friday night. The Bears will play Dutchtown High School tomorrow night at home....

01.29.06
Wrestling Team Dominated with a First Place Finish

The CHS wrestling team took first place in the Brusly dual meet this past weekend. Congratulations to Jonathan Lambert for winning the Outstanding Wrestler award....