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Ten Students Named to LMEA District Honor Chorus

Ten Students Named to LMEA District Honor Chorus

Congratulations to the following Chorus members who were selected to the Louisiana Music Educators Association District Honor Chorus: Chase Lormand, Tyler Marks, Cody Elsensohn, Hunter Dunn, Noah Catalanotto, Nathan Catalanotto, Andrew Butler, Keelan Didier, Carl Davis, and Adam Strain.

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Cross-Country JH Takes Home First, Varsity Second in Separate Meets

Cross-Country JH Takes Home First, Varsity Second in Separate Meets

Brother Martin’s Cross Country Junior High Team took home the win with a narrow one-point win over district foe St. Augustine (44-45) to win the City Park Varsity Sports/New Balance Invitational.

The Cross Country program competed in two meets Sept....
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Crusader Drummer Finds His Musical Passion

Crusader Drummer Finds His Musical Passion

There is an old adage about a life lived well following your passion, that thing that makes you tick. At 16 years old, in his junior year at Brother Martin,...
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Crusaders’ Appleton Breaks School Record, Sets Tone For Cross-Country Weekend

Crusaders’ Appleton Breaks School Record, Sets Tone For Cross-Country Weekend

The Crusader Cross-Country team’s Hunter Appleton broke a Brother Martin record Saturday taking three miles in under 15 minutes, and winning the highly competitive Episcopal Round Table Run in Baton Rouge.

Appleton’s win capped a weekend where the entire program,...
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Crusaders Take Loss Against Eagles, 29-0

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...
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Game Time: Crusaders To Clash With Easton Eagles Saturday

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...
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Cross-Country Wins Boys’ Team Title, Individual and Open in Mobile Meet

Cross-Country Wins Boys’ Team Title, Individual and Open in Mobile Meet

The Crusader Cross-Country Team blazed past opponents in the Mobile Challenge of Champions Cross-Country Meet in Alabama Saturday, taking the Invitational Boys team title, the Individual and the Boys’ Open Division.

The Open Division team scored 43 points to win over...
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Back to School Night Draws Hundreds of Crusader Families

Back to School Night Draws Hundreds of Crusader Families

Back-to-School Night, an annual tradition at Brother Martin, gave hundreds of families the chance on August 30 to ‘walk’ their son’s schedule, meet teachers and get to know other Crusader parents.

One...
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Students to Observe Adoration on the First Friday of Each Month

Students to Observe Adoration on the First Friday of Each Month

Since the Branton Chapel was dedicated in 2011, Brother Martin High School has had Eucharistic Adoration on the first Fridays of the months in which we are in school. Adoration is the...
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Crusaders Fall to Petal High in Season Opener

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...
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NJROTC Crusader Company An Example of Citizen Leaders

NJROTC Crusader Company An Example of Citizen Leaders

Summer is a time for relaxing, forgetting about school and doing things you want to do. But for 27 Brother Martin NJROTC Cadets, summer also was a time for serving others.

Whether...
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Coach Bonis: Crusader Football Team Has “No Sense of Complacency”

Coach Bonis: Crusader Football Team Has “No Sense of Complacency”

Head Football Coach Mark Bonis talked this week to Crescent City Sports about his goals for the Brother Martin High School Crusaders football team and how he’s challenging them towards a successful season.

“After every season that ends with disappointment, it...
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Football: Crusaders Post Win, 28-14 Over Vandebilt Catholic

Football: Crusaders Post Win, 28-14 Over Vandebilt Catholic

The Crusaders took the win against Vandebilt Catholic 28-14 in the Brothers of the Sacred Heart Jamboree Friday in Thibodaux.

The win was hard-fought. The Crusaders scored a touchdown within the first minutes of the game. But the Terriers responded...
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Crusaders Face John Curtis Tonight in District Opener

Crusaders Face John Curtis Tonight in District Opener

The Crusaders visited Hahnville last Friday and took control of the game from the opening drive, taking their first lead of the season 7-0 on their way to a 21-6 triumph that moved their record to 1-2. They...
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Back to School Dance Draws Hundreds of Crusaders, Friends

Back to School Dance Draws Hundreds of Crusaders, Friends

Brother Martin High School’s back to school dance drew more than 900 Crusaders and their friends for a night of music and fun.

Young ladies from area schools were invited to attend, and some Crusaders also invited friends to join...
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