12.01.17
Basketball Bears Continue To Roll

The Bear basketball train kept chugging along, making its way through Livingston Parish on Thursday night with a 71-53 victory over Live Oak. The Bears overcame a few sluggish moments against the Eagles to move to 7-0 on the season. Kentrell Garnett led the Bears with 16 points and fellow sophomore Collin Holloway was right behind with 14 points. Hunter Williams and Nick Judice each knocked down two three-point shots apiece behind Garnett's four.   CHS will return to action Thursday, Dec. 7, with a clash against 5-0 Livonia of Class 3A. The Wildcats play twice in the next week,...

12.01.17
Football Bears Prep for State Championship Game Against John Curtis

Looking back at the 2016 Catholic High football season, here is what many saw in the rear view mirror: 10-0 regular season; The departure of double digit players that would dot college football rosters; The retirement of a legendary coach with more than 300 career wins. Bear football fan expectations were probably low considering the aforementioned program losses and the questions surrounding the 2017 season. Enter Gabe Fertitta with a .500 record as a head coach as the successor to 317 career win Dale Weiner.  Enter a first time playcaller in Hudson Fuller.  Enter a brand new defensive line, devoid...

12.01.17
FOOTBALL BEARS 2017 LHSAA DIVISION I STATE CHAMPIONS!

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FOOTBALL BEARS FOR WINNING THE 2017 LHSAA DIVISION I STATE CHAMPIONSHIP!...

11.30.17
CHS Tennis Standout Nick Watson '18 Signs With University Of South Carolina

CHS senior and tennis standout Nicholas Watson has signed to play tennis for the University of South Carolina next year. Watson has had an outstanding career at CHS, leading the Bears to a 2017 Division I State Championship, while winning his third stright singles title. His career record is 44-0 as he heads into his senior season. Congratulations Nick!...

11.28.17
Bears Are Headed To The Dome With Big Win Over Evangel Christian

The Evangel football program has been dominant since its birth in the early 1990s. The Eagles have captured 14 state titles since 1993, and a national championship title in 1999. Their home record is well-documented - they have never lost a district home game at Rodney Duron Field, and they have only lost three home playoff games. One loss was to St. Augustine in 2000 and two to Catholic High in 2015 and 2017. The Bears pulled off one of the toughest feats in program history, defeating the Eagles twice in three years on thier home field.   Banners on...

11.21.17
Basketball Bears Move To 3-0 With Win Over Fontainebleau

The Catholic basketball team pushed its record to 3-0 with a 47-20 win over 5A Fontainebleau in the Thanksgiving Shootout at the Bear Cave on Monday night.   Collin Holloway led the Bears with 17 points. Mason McCullough chipped in eight points and Caleb Warner tallyied six points.   The Bears led the Bulldogs 17-12 at halftime and adjusted to the slow tempo of the visitors. "Fontainebleau's plan was to slow the game down and pass the ball until two of their shooters were open," said Bear head coach Mark Cascio. "We scored to open the game 2-0 and did...

11.20.17
Congratulations To The CHS Swim Team - 2017 Division I State Runners-Up!

The CHS swim team finished as the Division I runners-up at the 2017 LHSAA State Swim Meet. The Final score was: Jesuit High School 455.5 Catholic High School 373 Northshore High School 168 St. Paul’s School 141 Lafayette High School 138 Duthtown High School 122 East Ascension High School 104 Baton Rouge Magnet High School 92 Mandeville High School 84 Archbishop Rummel High School 60 The Bears won three individual events. Sion Cavana won the 200 and 100 Freestyle and Mason Nyboer won the 500 Freestyle. Nyboer’s time of 4:33.76 replaced Colin Bone's ’16 time as the LHSAA Division I record. Junior...

11.17.17
Basketball Team Defeats Mandeville, 92-37

The Catholic High basketball team has been making a habit of 50 plus point victories in getting the season underway. In the LHSAA Hall of Fame Game against French Settlement, the Bears won by 60 points.  In the season opener versus Tara, the Bears were victorious by 55. In last night's game against 5A Mandeville, the Bears were relentless on offense and smothering on defense in their 92-37 triumph over the Skippers.  Nick Judice was the leading scorer for CHS with 19 points. The 2-0 Bears will use the weekend to prepare for its upcoming Thanksgiving Shootout tournament at home...

11.15.17
Basketball Bears Open Season With 87-31 Victory Over Tara

The Catholic High basketball team opened the season by scoring early and often on the road against Tara. The Bears blitzed the Trojans with a relentless offense and suffocating defense to win on opening night, 87-31. "I was pleased with taking the opener in dominant fashion," said fifth year coach Mark Cascio. "It is a carryover of the great off-season we had that rivaled our preparation.  Obviously, we will receive more resistance in our home opener against Mandeville on Thursday night, but we will correct our mistakes and sharpen our gameplan for the Skippers on Wednesday at practice." Hunter Williams...

11.15.17
CHS Cross Country: 2017 STATE CHAMPIONS!

The Catholic High cross country program's reputation speaks for itself - 16 state championships and 10 state runner-ups, plus 50-year head coach Pete Boudreaux. Those numbers are enough to intimidate any 5A cross country coach around the state.  But, if you polled the 5A state coaches across the state prior to the season, no one was intimidated by the Big Orange Wave and no one thought this team would challenge for a state championship.   The Wave started the year with few returners and a number of freshmen and sophomores on the roster. Untested and unproven upperclassmen dotted the roster...

11.15.17
Jacob Fereday Named Outstanding Wrestler at Brusly Meet

The 2-0 Catholic High wrestling team will return to the mat in dual meet action tonight at home in the Bear Cave.  The opening match begins at 6 p.m. against 5A perennial wrestling power Comeaux High of Lafayette. The Bears hope to use tonight's dual event as a momentum springboard into their weekend meet in Houston at Cypress Ridge. Over the weekend, the 8th and 9th grade teams traveled to Brother Martin in New Orleans, while the varsity split its squad and competed at Central and Brusly. Hunter Goodson was the 113 pound winner at Central on Saturday. Teammates Canon...

11.15.17
Football Bears Advance to Quarterfinals with 44-0 Victory over Archbishop Shaw

The Catholic High Bears opened their 2017 playoff run with a convincing 44-0 victory over Archbishop Shaw from the metro New Orleans area. The Bears were dominant in all three phases and hit the Eagles with a flurry of punches in the second quarter to make their playoff presence known. The defense held Shaw to two yards of total offense, the special teams produced a touchdown, and the first team offense averaged close to six yards per play to help the Bears to a 8-3 record. Shaw slipped to 0-11 on the year. The Bears advance to the quarterfinals of...

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