Crusaders Crush Hahnville, 21-6

The Crusaders earned  their first win of the season by overpowering the tough Hahnville Tigers, 21-6, Friday night. Brother Martin scored on the first drive, and never looked back. The Crusaders’ hard-working defense checked the Hahnville offense, keeping one of the state’s top players (Anthony ‘Pooka’ Williams) with nowhere to go. Crusader Matthew Alfonso scored three times and teammate Chris Smith rushed 112 yards on 20 carries making the duo Read more »

Crusaders Seek Explosive Plays, Game-Changers Against Hahnville Tonight

The Crusaders’ tough pre-district schedule continued last Saturday night with a 29-0 setback at the hands of the Warren Easton Eagles, the No. 3 ranked large school in the New Orleans area. “Our team battled. We played hard,” said Coach Mark Bonis. “That’s a big thing. We can build on that.” When asked which disappointed him more, the 29 or the 0, Bonis quickly replied, “The 0.” “I thought our defense did some really good Read more »

Crusaders Take Loss Against Eagles, 29-0

The Crusaders struggled to get into their own end zone Saturday at Tad Gormley Stadium, suffering their second loss of the season to Warren Easton, 29-0. Brother Martin did a good job in the first half keeping the Eagles out of the end zone, allowing just one touchdown, 6-0. But the Eagles scored again one-minute into the third quarter. Brother Martin Head Coach Mark Bonis acknowledged to that the Eagles had a great running game, and Read more »

Game Time: Crusaders To Clash With Easton Eagles Saturday

The Crusader Football Team is putting last Saturday’s loss to Petal (Miss.) behind them — but holding on to lessons learned. Thanks to a pass interception on their first possession after the Panthers’ touchdown on the game’s opening drive and a fumble on the kickoff after the visitors’ second score, the Crusaders found themselves trailing 20-0 after running only four offensive plays. But the Crimson and Gold bounced back and dominated Read more »

Crusaders Fall to Petal High in Season Opener

The Crusaders took a tough loss Saturday against Petal (Miss.) High School, 40-14, at Tad Gormley Stadium. The day was a scorcher, and the Crusaders struggled during their season opener to overpower the 6A (Region 3) Division Panthers which already had two games under their belt. Despite early setbacks, the Crusaders moved the ball well in the first half, but fourth-down stops and turnovers left the team short until John-Paul Pierce hit the end-zone 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. Benny Baptiste (C)
Mr. Justin Franks
Mr. Steven G. Kubicki
Mr. Mike Leblanc (C) – Offensive Coordinator
Mr. Lance Ledet – Defensive Coordinator
Mr. Jon Norris
Mr. Aaron Paladino
Mr. Jacob Seward ’13
Mr. Ryan Zeringue

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

8th Grade Coaches:
Mr. Glen Fallon – 8th Grade Head Coach
Mr. Stephen Lewis ’03
Mr. Duffy Rousselle

Film Manager – Mr. Stephen Lewis ’03

Equipment Manager –

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

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