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Hundreds Gather to Celebrate Coach Pete Boudreaux's Retirement

Hundreds gathered in the CHS gymnasium to honor one of Louisiana’s most beloved high school coaches, Pete Boudreaux, as he retires after more than 57 years of service to the school.

A 1959 graduate of Catholic High School, Boudreaux began teaching and coaching at CHS in 1968. Since then, he has become the most decorated high school track coach in Louisiana history with his cross country and track teams winning more than 52 LHSAA state champion titles. He is a member of the Catholic High School Grizzly Greats Athletic Hall of Fame, the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame, the Louisiana High School Sports Hall of Fame, and the National Federation of High Schools Hall of Fame. Despite the many titles, trophies, and countless other accomplishments, Boudreaux says the most meaningful part of his career has been the relationships he developed with his athletes.

Enjoy your well-deserved retirement, Coach Boudreaux. You will be missed.

 

 

 

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