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Wallis to Represent Orleans Parish

Wallis to Represent Orleans Parish

Congratulations to Senior Venjie Wallis for being selected as a member of the Orleans Parish All-Star team. He will represent Orleans Parish as they take on the Jefferson Parish high school all-stars.  The game will take place on Sunday at 6:30 P.M. at Xavier University.  Good luck, Venjie!


Studying E.Coli

Studying E.Coli

AP Biology students had the opportunity to use their knowledge in a practical application in the lab. Each lab group inserted a new gene into E. coli bacteria giving it resistance to antibiotics. This unique lab involves practice using proper sterile technique, as well as, giving the students a …

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Scholar Athletes

Scholar Athletes

Congratulations to senior football players Zachary Kael, Rory Luke and Roderic Teamer for being selected Scholar-Athletes by the All-State Sugar Bowl Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame. These Crusaders will be honored at the annual Scholar-Athlete Award Luncheon on Tuesday, April 21st at the …

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Tennis Tournament Sets New Standard

Tennis Tournament Sets New Standard

Good weather, delicious food and drinks and competitive tennis ensured a successful 2015 Brother Martin Tennis Tournament at U.N.O. this past Friday. The “Parade of Prizes” gave attendees a chance to win hotel stays, restaurant gift certificates, tennis lessons and various other gifts. The 50/50 sent a lucky winner …

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Cadets Finish Drill Season

Cadets Finish Drill Season

The NJROTC program concluded its drill season with the Southern University Super Meet and the Pershing Rifles Drill Meet at LSU over the past two weeks. The Crusaders participated in all events including: Armed Drill, Unarmed Drill, Athletics, and Color Guard. Competition was tough, but the cadets fought hard. …

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Crusader Baseball Loses Early Lead; Falls to Rummel

Crusader Baseball Loses Early Lead; Falls to Rummel

The Crusaders (12-7, 0-1) jumped out to an early lead in the district opener against Rummel, but were unable to hold on as they fell 7-3 on Wednesday.

The Crusaders found the scoreboard first bringing in two runs in the top of the first inning. With the lead-off batters in …

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E-Board VIPs

E-Board VIPs

This past Tuesday, the Student Council Executive Board participated in the final pep rally of the year for Mount Carmel Academy. They were treated as VIP’s with reserved seats to watch the pep rally and also participated in a skit.  The Student Council also discussed the annual Cub/Crusader Clash which …

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Cole Frazier ’11 Honored by National Football Foundation

Cole Frazier ’11 Honored by National Football Foundation

Cole Frazier ’11 has been named the National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete of the Day on March 25th. Frazier is a member of the Nicholls State defensive line and will graduate in May with a 3.37 GPA and a degree in Business Administration.  Cole plans to attend law school after …

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Looking for Something Fun to do this Summer for Your Kids?

Looking for Something Fun to do this Summer for Your Kids?

Brother Martin is offering a wide variety of summer camp activities to keep your son busy this summer. The school will be hosting a summer long Crusader camp starting on June 1st and lasting until July 10th.  Campers will be treated to a wide variety of fun activities including …

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Crusaders Advance in Bowling Playoffs

Crusaders Advance in Bowling Playoffs

Congratulations to top-seed Brother Martin on advancing to the Bi-Regional round with a convincing 22-5 victory over Holy Rosary. The Crusaders took game one 6-2 then clinched the match with an 8-0 win in game two.

Peyton Romano led the Crusaders with a 660 series while R.J. Beecher racked up …

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Crusader Lacrosse Shuts Out Tigers

Crusader Lacrosse Shuts Out Tigers

The Crusader Lacrosse Team shut out the Holy Cross Tigers 16-0 this past weekend at Prat Park. Leading the way for the Crusaders in scoring was Edwin Pigeon with 5 Goals, Lee Davis and Chace Edwards with 3 Goals each, Jack Bryant with 2 Goals, and Dylan Mattio, Dylan …

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Crusaders Look Ahead to District After Successful Weekend

Crusaders Look Ahead to District After Successful Weekend

Crusader baseball (12-6) took three of four games this weekend after a 5-1 loss to Destrehan on Thursday night.  On Friday afternoon, Brother Martin squared off against Hahnville. The Crusaders fell behind early but gained a two run lead in the fifth inning that the Tigers would never overcome. …

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Summer Driver’s Ed

Summer Driver’s Ed

Brother Martin High School will be hosting a Driver’s Education Course on June 1 through 6.  The driving portion will be scheduled after the completion of the Classroom portion.  Driving order is based upon Classroom grade/performance (highest grade first on driving schedule, etc.)

Enrollment is limited, so reserve your spot …

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Crusader Bowling Rolls Past the Blue Jays to Complete Perfect District Record

Crusader Bowling Rolls Past the Blue Jays to Complete Perfect District Record

The Brother Martin bowling team completed an undefeated season and won an outright district championship on Thursday with their 21-6 defeat of the Jesuit Blue Jays.

The Crusaders jumped out to an early 8-0 lead after a dominant first game in which the team rolled a 1340 and five team …

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Thiele & Francis Named to All-Metro Soccer Team

Thiele & Francis Named to All-Metro Soccer Team

Congratulations to senior mid-fielder Will Thiele and junior forward Miles Francis for being named to the 2015 All-Metro Soccer Team. The two Crusaders helped the team to a 13-3-5 record and a trip to the quarter-finals in the state playoffs.

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