Crusaders Recognized by the Clarion Herald

Congratulations to the members of the Crusader football team on being named to the 2016 Clarion Herald’s Elite Boys’ baseball team. Crusaders that were selected included Matthew Clapp ’17, Bruce Jordan- Swilling ’17, Jeremy Singleton ’17, and Jabaris Watts ’18.  Bruce Jordan-Swilling ’17 was also recognized as  the Offensive Most Valuable Player.           Matthew Clapp-Defensive Lineman Bruce Read more »

Crusaders Fall Short to Hornets in Semifinals

The Crusaders traveled to take on the Scotlandville Hornets in a Division I semifinal matchup on Friday night. Unfortunately, the Hornets were able to edge out a 18 – 16 victory over the Crusaders in Baton Rouge. Late in the game with a chance to tie, Bruce Jordan-Swilling was stopped just short of the goal line on a two-point conversion. He had just scored a touchdown the previous play and finished the night with 96 yards on 21 carries. Quarterback Read more »

Les Levy, Jr. ’17 Selected as WWL-TV A+ Athlete

On behalf of McDonald’s and WWL-TV, congratulations to Les Levy, Jr. ’17, a four year academic letterman, on being named one of the A+ Athletes of 2016-2017. Les will be one of a select group of student- athletes  to receive this great honor. On Thursday, December 8, 2016, all of the honorees will attend an awards ceremony and luncheon where WWL Sports Director Doug Mouton ’81 will interview recipients.  This celebration will air on WWL-TV and Read more »

Bruce Jordan-Swilling Named GNOSF Player of Week

Congratulations to Senior Bruce Jordan- Swilling on being selected as the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl,, WGSO, 990 AM, WHNO TV 20 and Friday Night Football Prep Player of the Week by the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club for week 12. He rushed 225 yards while capturing three touchdowns on the gridiron at Olympia Stadium last Friday night. Bruce and the Crusaders later went on to defeat the undefeated Catholic Read more »

Crusaders Trap the Bears in Playoffs

The Brother Martin Crusaders continued their tear through the Division I playoffs with a 28 – 0 quarterfinal victory over the Catholic High Bears on Friday night. Running back Bruce Jordan-Swilling gashed the Bears defense all night as he ran for 233 yards scoring three touchdowns. When the Bears did load the box to try and stop Jordan-Swilling, Quarterback John-Paul Pierce efficiently found the open receivers. He finished 8-11 along with one 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 charging the field in Sulphur.

Crusader Record Book  


Mr. Mark Bonis – Varsity Head Coach

Varsity Assistants:
Mr. Dustin Almond (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. 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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