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.
The Crusader Bowling team defeated Vanderbilt Catholic of Houma in the LHSAA State Finals by a score of 17-10. The 2016 Allstate Sugar Bowl LHSAA Bowling Championships took place Friday, April 8th at the All Star Lanes in Baton Rouge. Crusader bowlers knocked off the previously undefeated Lafayette High 21-6 in the semifinals before advancing to the finals to face Vanderbilt Catholic. Max Oertling claimed the gold medal, the highest individual Read more »
Congratulations to the members of the 2016 Crusader Bowling team for making All-District Teams: First Team: Max Oertling ’16 Kyle Schneider ’16 (MVP) Cody Schaffer ’19 Second Team: Brandon Aucoin ’16 Brenten Dupuy ’17 Jonathan Fernandez ’18 These bowlers completed an undefeated season last week with a record of 12-0 (top seed). Come support the team on their journey for a state championship title at 3:15 p.m. on Monday, Read more »
The Crusaders keep up their winning streak this season. The Crusader Bowling team is now 11-0 since defeating the Jesuit Blue Jays 24- 3 at Colonial Lanes. Crusaders rolled a 3,880 series, with six of the seven Crusaders in action averaging 200 or better. Brandon Aucoin ’16 led Brother Martin with a 672 series, including a 278 second game, while Kyle Schneider ’16 rolled a 666 on games of 215, 227 and 224. Max Oertling ’16 added a 647 and R.J. Read more »
The Athletic Department hosted a Convocation last night honoring members of the bowling, golf and tennis teams. Head Coaches’, Bruce Himbert (Bowling), Andrew Hoffmann (Tennis) and Ron Brisbi (Golf), spoke on behalf of their programs highlighting team accomplishments. Those students receiving individual recognition were: Tennis Captains – Ian Sigl and Matthew Spieler Most Improved – Nathan Long Coaches’ Award – Zach Brubacher Most Valuable – Read more »
1973-1974 – City
1977-1978 – City
1987-1988 – City
1988-1989 – City
1991-1992 – City
1994-1995 – City
1997-1998 – City
2008-2009 – State Runner-up
2009-2010 – Bi-Regional
2010-2011 – State Runner-up
2013-2014 – Undefeated District; Bi-Regional; State Semi-finalist
2014-2015 – Undefeated District, Bi-Regional; State Champions
2015-2016 – Undefeated District, Bi-Regional; State Champions
The Bowling Team is an LHSAA sanctioned spring sport. Team members generally participate in the Bowling Club from September through December and are selected to the Team by the outcome of their performance in Club as well as a formal try-out process. Membership is open to any 9th – 12th grade student. Competition begins in January and play-offs for the State Title are in April.
Brother Martin has built a reputation over the years as being a powerhouse in bowling. In recent years, the Crusaders were District Champ, Bi-Regional Champ, and State Runner-Up in 2009. The 2011 team also advanced to become State Runner-Up. In 2014, the Crusaders were undefeated in District and Bi-Regional competition, and a state semi-finalist. Of the 6 starters, all were named to either All-District or All-State teams. All 6 placed in the top averages in the state.
The 2015 team will need to replace 5 seniors (3 starters) but has talent in the underclassmen to rebuild a quality team.
Mr. Bruce Himbert ’78 (C) – Head Coach
Mr. Jeffrey Fernandez ’14 (C) – Assistant Coach
Mr. Ryan Gray ’05
(C) – CECP Coach
(NF) – Non-Faculty