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Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Environmental Symposium

Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Environmental Symposium

This upcoming weekend, two Brother Martin faculty members, Dr. David Jouandot and Mr. Alex Coppejans, along with members of the Brother Martin Science Research Team, will be presenting at the state Environmental Symposium in Baton Rouge. Here is a description of their presentation, which is featured in the “Exemplary …

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Rugby Takes Down Defending State Champs

Rugby Takes Down Defending State Champs

On a cold and windy night, The Crusader Rugby team defeated defending state champs Shaw in Gretna for a close win. Scoring for the Crusaders: Jason Watts with 2 tries, Jesse Austin and Jordan Scott with 1 each, and Juan Alvarez kicking 3/4 conversions for a score of 26-24.

Come …

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Pure Manhood: The Sacred Gift of Sexuality for Today’s Teens

Pure Manhood: The Sacred Gift of Sexuality for Today’s Teens

On February 25th, Brother Martin hosted Jason Evert from the Chastity Project for a school-wide assembly on chastity.  Jason also spoke at six other area Catholic high schools over the last three days. Jason has traveled around the world bringing the Church’s teaching on chastity to over one …

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Creating Cookies

Creating Cookies

Over the Mardi Gras break, volunteers came to Brother Martin for a day of cookie making.  Over 35 people were present to make the cookies including faculty members, parents, grandparents, students & siblings, and other friends of the school. Together, the group made 2240 cookies to be used for the …

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Putting Louisiana Wrestling on the Map

Putting Louisiana Wrestling on the Map

4-time individual state champion Paul Klein has recently broken into the top 20 wrestlers in the nation for his weight class according to the Asics Flowrestling rankings system.

Flowrestling travels around the country and world providing coverage to some of the biggest events in wrestling along with smaller local events …

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NJROTC Represents Brother Martin in Uptown Parades

NJROTC Represents Brother Martin in Uptown Parades

The Brother Martin NJROTC ended its 2015 Carnival season on a strong note. The members of the Color Guard, Armed, and Unarmed teams represented the school well in Krewe D’ Etat on Feb. 13th and Thoth on Feb. 15th. Special Thanks to Commander Nolan, Chief Necaise, Mr. Greg Brown, …

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Basketball Has Successful Break

Basketball Has Successful Break

Over the break, the Brother Martin basketball team went on a 3-0 streak to finish the regular season at 22-8 and 7-3 in district.

Forward Bruce Jordan-Swilling came through on the road in a Catholic League matchup against Rummel.

With just seconds remaining, Jordan-Swilling rebounded the missed shot opportunity by teammate Irv Smith …

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Wrestling Claims 4th Straight State Title!

Wrestling Claims 4th Straight State Title!

Brother Martin once again claimed the top spot in Louisiana wrestling after capturing its fourth consecutive Division I team title at the 2015 LHSAA State Wrestling Championships at the Pontchartrain Center in Kenner on Saturday.

The Crusaders finished the tournament with 310 points atop Catholic league rivals Jesuit (270.5) and …

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USMC Mounted Color Guard Visits Brother Martin

USMC Mounted Color Guard Visits Brother Martin

On Friday, February 13th, the members of the United States Marine Corps Mounted Color Guard visited Brother Martin before the parades that weekend. This Marine Corps Mounted Color Guard performs precision color guard movements in numerous types of events. What sets this color guard apart from any other military …

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Bowling Remains On Top

Bowling Remains On Top

The Crusader bowling team kept their spot on top of the New Orleans Prep Bowling League with a 27-0 victory over Bonnabel on Thursday, February 12th at AMF Lanes in Kenner. Bowlers with high games were: Chad Naccari-216, Jonathan Fernandez-200 & 203, RJ Beecher-214, Brenton Dupuy-214, Max Oertling-207 & 213, …

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Crusader Cheerleaders Place 5th at National Championship

Crusader Cheerleaders Place 5th at National Championship

The Brother Martin Cheerleaders left on Thursday, February 5th, headed for Disney World and the UCA National Championship. The team packed with mixed emotions as one of the guys, Kevin Chanove, had been injured at the basketball game on January 27th. That injury meant an entire re-working of the …

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Jabbar Singleton ’13: Hardwood over Gridiron

Jabbar Singleton ’13: Hardwood over Gridiron

Jabbar Singleton ’13 has recently been featured in an article in the Oracle, the Student News Media at Oral Roberts University.

As a two sport athlete at Brother Martin, Jabbar drew interest from scouts and coaches during his senior year.  Singleton ran for 1,422 yards and 16 rushing touchdowns his …

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LMEA Vocal Solo & Ensemble

LMEA Vocal Solo & Ensemble

On Wednesday, the following students participated in the LMEA Vocal Solo & Ensemble festival and received a rating of Superior for their solo performances: Trey Andrews, Joseph Arrigo, Andrew Butler, and Brent Clement. Aaron Didier received a rating of Excellent for his solo performance.


Alumni and Guests Visit Street Law Class

Alumni and Guests Visit Street Law Class

Nolan Lambert ’79, Chief Deputy City Attorney of New Orleans, Robert Long ’96 of the New Orleans Police Department, and other members of the City Attorney’s Office and the FBI visited Mr. Falati’s “Street Law” class.  The guests gave brief descriptions of their jobs, spoke about their career paths …

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Overtime Goal Lifts Crusaders Past Lions

Overtime Goal Lifts Crusaders Past Lions

Even with parades rolling, all of the excitement seemed to be at Pan American Stadium during the 2-1 Crusader victory over the Lafayette Lions in the Regional round of the LHSAA soccer playoffs.

Brother Martin (13-2-4) struck first scoring in the 9th minute as Miles Francis found William …

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