Jeremy Singleton ’17 Commits to Houston

Jeremy Singleton’17 (WR #3) recently announced his commitment to play collegiate football at the University of Houston. He is rated as a three-star prospect by 247Sports, Rivals and ESPN. Last season, Jeremy was rated as the No. 36 prospect in the | The Times-Picayune Nifty 50 for the Class of 2017. He caught 50 passes for 993 yards and 16 touchdowns. In his last game as a junior he added three touchdowns on 104 yards against Catholic Read more »

Shields ’17 and Swilling ’17 Named Top Athletes

l to r: Steven Shields and Bruce Jordan- Swilling Steven Shields ’17 (#7) and Bruce Jordan- Swilling ’17 (#3) were selected as | The Times-Picayune All-Metro Male Athletes of the Year for 2015-2016. Shields and Jordan- Swilling were two student athletes out of fifteen placed on this inaugural list made up of the top student athletes in the metro area. Steven Shields helped the Crusader wrestling program take home their fifth straight Read more »

Broggi ’16 and Quinonez ’16 Honored at Sugarbowl Luncheon

The Allstate Sugar Bowl Chapter of the National Football Foundation/College Football Hall of Fame held its 2016 Awards Luncheon on Monday, April 11, 2016 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Jake Broggi ’16 and Victor Quinonez ’16 were honored for their achievements in the classroom and on the football field. Archie Manning, the national chairman of the National Football Foundation and a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, was in attendance Read more »

Brother Martin Accepts an NFL Golden Football

This year, the NFL embarked on their 50th Super Bowl season. They are celebrating various players, coaches, and their high schools. This season, 3,000 players and head coaches, and more than 2,000 high schools were recognized for their positive impact towards the game. This season, the NFL has recognized Brother Martin High School as one of those schools. A commemorative Golden Football was bestowed to the school in honor of a football player or Read more »

QB Jake Broggi ’16 Commits to LSU

“I decided to go to LSU because I grew up watching LSU play and always wanted to play football there one day.” Jake Broggi ’16 Senior Jake Broggi committed to play football at Louisiana State University. Broggi, 6-foot-4, 190-pound QB, signed his letter of intent to join the LSU Tigers as a preferred walk-on on Monday.  He is the second quarterback in the 2016 recruiting class for the Tigers. During the 2015 football season, Broggi Read more »

Football Championships
1969-1970 – Miracle Strip Bowl
1971-1972 – District, State
1972-1973 – District
1975-1976 – Shrimp Bowl
1977-1978 – District
1978-1979 – Turkey Bowl
1983-1984 – District
1985-1986 – District
1989-1990 – State Runner-up
1992-1993 – District
2007-2008 – District
2008-2009 – District
2014-2015 – State Semifinalist

The Football Program consists of four levels of competition: eighth grade, ninth grade, junior varsity, and varsity.

Participation at the junior high and ninth grade levels is limited only by medical or physical concerns.

Crusaders charge the field against Rummel

Crusaders charge the field against Rummel


 Crusader Record Book  


Mr. Mark Bonis – Varsity Head Coach

Assistant Varsity Coaches:

Mr. Dustin Almond (C)
Mr. Dante Butler ’10 (C)
Mr. Tommy Clapp ’83 (C)
Mr. Justin Franks
Mr. Mike Leblanc (C) – Offensive Coordinator
Mr. Lance Ledet – Defensive Coordinator
Mr. Jeff Lupo ’92
Mr. Jon Norris
Mr. Aaron Paladino
Mr. Daniel Roane
Mr. Ryan Zeringue

9th Grade Coaches:
Mr. Don Riley (NF) – Head Coach
Mr. Richard Bourlet (NF)
Mr. Jeff Howard (NF)
Mr. William J. “Billy” Rieger, Jr. ’95
Mr. Malcolm Robinson (NF)

8th Grade Coaches:
Mr. Sal Brocato ’88 – Head Coach
Mr. Michael Cappo ’00
Mr. Beau Keller ’98 (NF)
Mr. Stephen Lewis ’03
Mr. Duffy Rousselle
Mr. Chris Stromboe ’98 (NF)

Film Manager – Mr. Stephen Lewis ’03
Equipment Manager – Mr. Daniel Roane

(C) CECP Coach
(CS) College Student
(NF) Non-Faculty

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