03.22.17
Ezra Grant Earns Rank Of Eagle Scout

Catholic High School senior Ezra Grant has earned the rank of Eagle Scout. Grant is a member of Troop 103. To earn this rank, a Scout must progress through six ranks, earn a minimum of 21 merit badges, serve in several leadership positions within his troop and provide service to the community. In addition, a Scout must plan, develop and give leadership to a service project for a religious or community organization. Grant's Eagle Scout project consisted of building benches at Children's Charter Elementary School where there wasn't much sitting space beforehand....

03.22.17
Participants Get 'Wild About Cheer' At Annual CHS Cheer Clinic

On Sunday, March 12, approximately 200 first through fifth grade girls joined the CHS Cheerleading squad in getting "Wild About Cheer!" During the annual clinic, elementary girls learned cheers from our current cheerleaders and learned choreographed dances to our favorite jungle songs. At the end of the clinic, everyone got to show off their new moves in a performance for the parents.  ...

03.22.17
Seniors Shadow A Career Mentor For A Day

On Monday, March 20, senior students participated in a job shadowing assignment. Seniors were given a day off from school to shadow a mentor of their choice for a minimum of six hours. Students were encouraged to select mentors in a career that interest them the most. “One of the best ways to decide what you want to major in and what you want your career to be is to observe people who are working in that field already,” said school counselor Cathy Robichaux. “See what the day-to-day would be like from the inside.” One of the main goals of...

03.22.17
CHS Tennis Team Served Up Big Wins Over The Weekend

The Catholic High Tennis Team went 35-1 over the weekend, winning the McGill-Toolen Invitational in Mobile, AL. The tournament included high school teams from Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida. Catholic High broke the tournament record with all six of its top players winning every match but one. The  starting team in Mobile was anchored by nationally-ranked player, junior Nick Watson, and also included the following competitors that all play on the USTA southern tournament circuit - senior William Aguillard, senior Andrew Bienvenu, freshman Tripp Guglielmo, senior Stephen Bienvenu and sophomore Raymond Chassaignac. The B and C teams each won their...

03.21.17
Bowling Team Advances To Bi-Regionals

The bowling team is now 14-0 on the season after a second regional playoff win. The bears defeated Denham Springs in the second round 19-8 to advance to the bi-regionals. High scores for the bears include:  Austin Bertrand 252 Philip O'Neill 235 Easton Hollis 242 The bears roll off in bi-regionals on Tuesday, March 28, at 10:45 a.m. at All Star Lanes.  ...

03.21.17
Track And Field Team Is 3 For 3 In Outdoor Meets

The CHS track & field team made it three for three in outdoor meets this year with their 250 point effort in last Saturday's Alumni Invitational. The Bears closest competitors were Christian Life (88 points) and St. Amant (79 points).  Southern Lab, Brusly, Jehoveh-Jireh and McKinley also participated in the Alumni meet. Top performers for the Bears on Saturday were: THROWS Javelin: Jacob Thornton 1st with a toss of 167'8; Jacob Meek 2nd; Tyler Didier 3rd Shot Put: Zach Tom 1st with a 55'9 effort; Tyler Hendricks 2nd Discus: Matthew Berdon 1st with a 137'6 heave; Ethan Ford 2nd; Parker...

03.21.17
Freshman Golf Team Defeats Central And Woodlawn Varsity

The freshman golf team did not let their youth affect them on Monday afternoon as the young Bears defeated the varsity teams of Central and Woodlawn. The Bears shot a 183 as a team and were led by Murphy Valluzzo's 41. Paul Bourgeois shot a 46 with Connor Broome and Ben Johnson firing 48s. The varsity will hit the links on Tuesday, March 21, for a 18 hole match against Zachary at Beaver Creek and looks to continue their recent hot play....

03.21.17
Baseball Team Moves To 13-6 After Weekend Sweep

After a 3-2 loss to Teurlings Catholic on Tuesday, coach Brad Bass looked to the weekend with an opportunity for his team to see great competition on the diamond. The sixth year coach got his wish and more, as his Bears swept the weekend facing four of the top programs in any class in Louisiana. CHS defeated Opelousas Catholic, St. Thomas More, Parkview Baptist and Teurlings Catholic in a rematch.  The wins upped the Bears record to 13-6 and give the club much needed momentum going into a Tuesday match with Dunham. A synopsis of the four games Opelousas Catholic...

03.17.17
CHS Track And Field Dominates At Brothers Of The Sacred Heart Invitational

The 34th annual Brothers of the Sacred Heart Invitational looked to be in jeopardy with a forecast that showed rain and a radar to match. The bad weather stayed away, but the Bears showed up and pointed in all 18 events to take the week two event with 247 points. Denham Springs was the closest competitor with 94 points. Brother Martin finished third with E.D. White fourth and University fifth. Ascension Catholic, Jehoveh Jireh, Southern Lab and St. Michael also participated in the BOSH Invitational. Results of the meet with CHS athletes that scored in the top three: THROWS Javelin: Jacob...

03.17.17
Golf Team Finished Second In Barbe Invitational

The CHS golf team finished second at the Barbe Invitational at Gray Plantation in Lake Charles on Thursday, March 16. The Bears shot a 313 to finish one stroke behind the 312 round turned in by West Monroe. Over twenty teams from around the state participated in the event. Freshman Jonathan Ellis was second overall with a one under score of 71. Senior Luke Miller shot a 76 for the Bears. Head coach Pat Dulaney was pleased with his team's effort. "I am proud of the guys for representing our program and Catholic High so well on the trip to...

03.17.17
Engineering Design Class Visits LSU's School Of Engineering

Mrs. Jeannette Thompson's engineering design class visited the School of Engineering on the LSU campus on Wednesday, March 15. Students reviewed concepts from class on several engineering disciplines while visiting the LSU Petroleum Engineering Research and Technology Transfer Laboratory (PERTT Lab), La House Agricultural Research Center, the School of Mechanical Engineering and the School of Biological and Agricultural Engineering. Participants had the opportunity to talk to engineering students, professors and Andrew Osborn, the LSU recruiting and outreach manager of engineering....

03.17.17
National Honor Society Presents Check To 4thekids Baton Rouge

The CHS National Honor Society presented a check to James Chastain ’14, a member of the Board of Directors for 4thekids on March 16. "It’s always great to see CHS alumni who are still embracing the charism of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart by serving in the community," said NHS moderator Sherry Brouillette. The money was raised from the NHS membership dues which are always used for charitable purposes. “We were happy to donate to 4thekids, because we knew that our money was going towards something wonderful,” said senior Zack Crawford, NHS president. 4thekids Baton Rouge, Inc. is a...

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