The mission of Brother Martin High School is to form young people through a holistic education that fosters academic excellence in a caring, disciplined community which integrates Catholic tradition and the charism of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart to meet the needs of a changing world.
LSU-bound Gregory Deichmann ’14 made a lasting impression at this year’s Connie Mack World Series. Deichmann went 8-for-18 (.444), scored twice and chased in three runs in the six-game tournament. This performance earned Deichmann the Joseph R. Cooper individual batting title from the eight-team field and a spot on the All-Tournament team at third base. Deichmann was a four year starter at Brother Martin and helped lead the team to three Read more »
Six Crusaders were part of the recent JPRD East 15s Grand Slam World Series Championship team that played in Panama City Beach, Florida. Pictured from left to right are the boys that helped to bring home the title: Connor Culotta, Kyle Delaney, Kevin Stretzinger, Mason Bonnaffons, Will Fulham and Austin Cantrelle. The team went an impressive 8-1 in the week long tournament. Read more »
In the American Legion Southeast Regional tournament semifinal game, Shaw-based Refuel scored twice in the top of the seventh to hang on for a 9-7 victory against Brother Martin-based Peake BMW (17-5-1). Despite the loss, Peake BMW still qualifies for the American Legion State tournament starting on July 19th at Kirsch Rooney. Going into the seventh inning, the game was knotted up at 7-7 before a bases-loaded walk scored the go ahead run for Read more »
Coming down to the last at bat, Brother Martin-based Peake BMW scored two runs in the top of the ninth resulting in a 5-3 victory over Jesuit-based Retif Oil to capture the 1st District Championship at Kirsch-Rooney Stadium Tuesday. Retief Oil held a 3-0 advantage through five innings, but in the sixth inning, Peake BMW finally got things going with scoring three runs to tie it up. Frederick, who got the start for Peake BMW on the mound, walked Read more »
Three Crusader baseball players were named to the New Orleans Advocate’s First Team. Receiving those honors were: Junior pitcher Corey Gaconi who finished with a 9-1 record, with a 1.51 ERA, and struck out 55 in 78.2 innings. Senior shortstop Greg Deichmann who was named New Orleans Advocate’s Player of the Year, batted .354 with 11 homers, nine doubles two triples and 35 RBIs, drew 36 walks, and finished his career with a school-record Read more »
1974-1975 – District, State Runner-up
1983-1984 – State
1984-1985 – State Runner-up
1988-1989 – District Tournament
1990-1991 – District
1995-1996 – State
2007-2008 – District
2009-2010 – District
2012-2013 – District (undefeated), State Quarterfinalist
2013-2014 – District, State Quarterfinalist
The Brother Martin Baseball Program has achieved much success over the last several years. The Varsity team has been to the state playoffs for the last eight consecutive years. In 2013, the team compiled a 30 win and 6 loss season which included an undefeated district record and a state quarterfinal appearance at Tulane’s Turchin Stadium. This season marked the first undefeated district title in school history and the 30 victories also was a new school record. Coach Wisniewski also reached a milestone by earning his 300th victory as head coach of the Crusaders. The team also won Catholic League titles in both 2008 and 2010, and finished tied for the title in 2009. In 2010, the team was the only metro area team to qualify for the State Baseball Tournament held at Tulane’s Turchin Stadium. Year in and year out the team plays one of the toughest schedules in the state, and also competes in one of the toughest districts.
Brother Martin based Peake BMW, the program’s American Legion team, has also achieved much success over the last several years. In 2013, the team won the First District title and finished as the American Legion Louisiana state runner-ups. The team qualified for the state tournament for three years straight from 2008 through 2010. In 2008, the team finished state runner-up, and in 2009 won the American Legion Louisiana State Championship and advanced to the Mid-South Regional in Enid, Oklahoma.
Baseball practice begins in early January for Varsity and Junior Varsity Players, and begins in late January/early February for 7th, 8th, and 9th Graders. All teams are made through a tryout process. Games start in mid-February and go through mid-April for all sub-varsity teams. The Varsity season begins in early February and ends in early May. At the conclusion of each season the baseball program continues through the summer by participating in American Legion Baseball, and the team is sponsored by Peake BMW. Along with the legion team, Delta World Tire also sponsors a Junior Legion team. At the conclusion of the summer season, returning players (who are not involved in another sport at the time) will start a weightlifting and conditioning program that runs from mid-July until the beginning of the next season. Weightlifting and conditioning will continue throughout the season for Varsity and Junior Varsity Players.
The Brother Martin Baseball program also participates in community service projects. For the last three years Brother Martin Baseball has hosted The Crusader Baseball Miracle League Weekend at E.A. Farley Field. The baseball program teams up with Children’s Hospital and hosts a day of games and clinics for children with special needs. The event includes games, food, music, and a silent auction. All proceeds from the weekend help fund The Miracle League of Greater New Orleans.
Schedules & Rosters coming soon!
2014 District Champs!
Live Varsity Scoreboard
Mr. Mark Wisniewski ’81 – Head Coach (Varsity)
Mr. Michael Cappo ’00 – Assistant Coach (Varsity)
Mr. Jeff Lupo ’92 – Assistant Coach (Varsity)
Mr. Bill Gallagher ’71 – JV (Head Coach)
Mr. Daniel Roane – JV (Assistant)
Mr. Stephen Lewis ’03 – 9th Grade (Head Coach)
Mr. Matthew Rutledge – 9th Grade (NF)
Mr. Matt Lambert ’98 – 8th Grade (Head Coach)
Mr. David Pecot ’76 – 8th Grade (Assistant – NF)
Mr. Donnie Cassara – 7th Grade (Head Coach – NF)
Mr. Blake Gillies ’05 – 7th Grade (Assistant – NF)