02.01.05
Bowling Team 1-1 in District Play

The bowling team lost Monday to Broadmoor 11-16 making their district record 1-1. High scores for the Bears were Alex Lebouf with a 609 three game series, Kyle Devillier -192, Ted Stanley - 202 and Jason Giamanco - 223. The JV team lost to Bishop Sullivan Monday with their high score being Bill Haywood....

02.01.05
CHS Graduates Receive the Distinguished Graduate Award

David Whatley '74 was honored as Catholic High School's Distinguished Graduate at the Catholic Schools Distinguished Graduate Awards Dinner held at the Marriott Hotel on February 1, 2005. David has supported Catholic education by serving in many roles at Catholic High School including CHS Alumni Board member, Men's Club member and Parent Annual Giving Class Coordinator; and at Sacred Heart as a member of the Men's Club and honored as outstanding volunteer by the Development Office. Catholic High School alumni also receiving the Distinguished Graduate awards were Sloan Deumite '87 for St. George School and Ben Giamalva '76 for St....

01.31.05
Alex Demas Recipient of the Al Neuharth Free Spirit Scholarship

Catholic High Senior Alex Demas received the Al Neuharth Free Spirit Scholarship. Recipients of this award will receive $1,000 college scholarship, paid directly to the college of his/her choice and will attend the conference in Washington, D.C. on March 20-24, 2005. Demas is one of 102 top journalism students chosen to represent 50 states and the District of Columbia. This scholarship is awarded to one male and one female student journalist in each state. He will also participate in a conference in March in Washington, D.C. with media professionals and news executives, such as NBC's Tim Russert of Meet The...

01.31.05
Seniors Named to the 2004 Academic All-State Football Team

Five Seniors were named to the 2004 Academic All-State Football Team. Recipients of this honor are Ryan Niedbalski, Douglas Proctor, Rhett Hughes, Josef Hoffmann and Tony Nauta....

01.31.05
Varsity and JV Basketball Faced Walker With One Win and One Loss

The Varsity basketball team lost last night in a hard-fought game against Walker. The Bears will face Denham Springs Friday night in Denham. Also, please come out and support your Bears on Monday as they square off against Central in a big district game in the gym. For all games, freshmen start at 5, JV at 6 and varsity at 7:15. Congratulations to the freshman basketball team who outscored Walker 17-2 in the third quarter to overcome a halftime deficit and win the game. The Bears were led by Cory Richard with 10 points and a gutsy performance by Gordon...

01.30.05
Soccer Team Finishes District By Defeating District Rival Baton Rouge High

The soccer team finished the district season with a convincing victory over district rival Baton Rouge High on Saturday. The final score was 7-1. Scoring for the Bears were Rick Guerrero with 3 goals and BJ Reine, Rusty Sanchez, Kyle Robert and Matt Allen with 1 goal each. The Bears finish with a perfect 12-0 district record and have a 19-5 overall record. The final regular season game will be played Tuesday night at U-High and the playoffs will start this weekend.The JV soccer team also finished the district season with an undefeated record. They came from behind to defeat...

01.29.05
Wrestling Team Captures City Championship

Congratulations to the wrestling team for winning the Greater Baton Rouge City Championship. The team made school history by winning the championship for the third straight year, capturing five of the last six titles. Kyle Kleinpeter, Clay McKnight, Brian Parenton, Jonathan Lambert, and Keith Hidalgo led the team to victory. Come out and see the wrestling team in action for the last meet of the year against Comeaux High School Wednesday at 6:30 in the gym. Admission for students is $2 with your current CHS ID.Click here for article in The Advocate...

01.27.05
Catholic's Hidalgo battles two foes when he's on mat

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01.26.05
Catholic High Receives 2004 BellSouth Sportsmanship Award

Catholic High School is the recipient for the third year in a row of the BellSouth Sportsmanship Award. Given since 1999 by BellSouth in conjunction with the Baton Rouge Area Football Officials, the award recognizes the team that maintains the highest level of sportsmanship as determined by the Baton Rouge Area Football Association. All 43 high school football teams in a seven-parish area are eligible for the award, and all five classifications are included in the judging for the award. Football officials grade each game played during the year according to a list of 15 items pertaining to sportsmanship. At...

01.26.05
CHS Honors Four With Brotherhood/Sisterhood Award

Catholic High School honored two students and two faculty members with the Brotherhood/Sisterhood Award January 27, 2005 following a Eucharistic celebration. Chosen for the award were seniors Kirkland James and Jim Martin, staff member Jeannie Miller and faculty member Tom Eldringhoff. The award is presented to individuals who best exemplify the ideals of brotherhood and sisterhood in attitude and deed, and by their commitment to equality, fairness, and dignity for all....

01.24.05
Astronomy Club Visits NASA

Seven students from the Catholic High Astronomy Club visited NASA's Space Center Houston, Johnson Space Center on Sunday, January 23, 2005. Astronomy Club members visiting NASA were Taylor Johnson, Alex Demas, Joey Chatelain, Josh Barrios, Nicholas Comeaux, Adam Frost and Andrew Bayer. The group toured exhibits such as the Cassini-Huygens, NASA's Saturn probe mission; the original Mission Control exhibit, which is listed on the National Historical Registry; Moon Rocks; a variety of mock ups of the X-38, an experimental space craft designed for crew return from a space station; the Space Mock up Facility (SVMF), which displays actual size space...

01.24.05
CHS Faculty and Staff Reach Out To The Community

The faculty and staff of Catholic High School reached out to the community during a Day of Experience on Monday, January 24. Eighty-four members volunteered at sites throughout the Baton Rouge area including the St. Vincent de Paul dining room, pharmacy and thrift stores; Connections for Life, YWCA Early Head Start Istrouma, Louisiana School for the Visually Impaired, United Methodist HOPE and Southdowns Elementary. One group traveled by bus and toured the Angola State Penitentiary. The Day of Experience is part of the faculty formation in the Catholic Social Teaching Program which takes place in each of the Brothers of...