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Academic Games Returns from Nationals

Academic Games Returns from Nationals

Members of the Brother Martin Academic Games team competed in the 50th annual AGLOA National Tournament held in Orlando, Florida, from April 24th through April 27. Our students were part of conglomerate teams with other New Orleans area students and placed in several of the academic games played at …

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Frederick Leads Crusaders to Win Over Hahnville

Frederick Leads Crusaders to Win Over Hahnville

An impressive two-way performance from Blair Frederick led Brother Martin (20-11) to a 3-0 win Tuesday over Hahnville.

With only seven hits between the two teams, the LHSAA playoff opener was knotted up through five and a half innings of play, then Blair Frederick came to the plate.  Frederick sparked …

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Hill Selected to Tulane Science Scholars Program

Hill Selected to Tulane Science Scholars Program

Ian Hill, a junior in the Chemistry Honors course, has been selected to participate in the Tulane Science Scholars Program this summer. He was chosen from a pool of applicants currently in the 10th or 11th grade and selections are based upon a student essay, a teacher recommendation and a school transcript. …

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Aucoin Visits University of Texas

Aucoin Visits University of Texas

Brother Martin tight end Peyton Aucoin made an unofficial visit to Texas over the weekend.

Texas has made a big impression on the three-star tight end Peyton Aucoin becoming a major player in his recruitment.

Aucoin added that his favorite part of the trip was getting to sit down face-to-face with …

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Sophomore Recognized for CYO Contributions

Sophomore Recognized for CYO Contributions

Brother Martin sophomore Alex Hassinger has recently been selected as one of the recipients of the Matt Hill Award for St. Angela Merici.  The Matt Hill Award is given annually to the person who has excelled in the CYO/Youth & Young Adult Ministry Athletic Leagues. This award is much …

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Junior Received Spanish Excellence Award

Junior Received Spanish Excellence Award

On Sunday, April 26th, the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Tulane University hosted a ceremony recognizing Cervantes Day held at the Academy of Sacred Heart.  At the ceremony was the presentation of the José Luis Baños Award given to an individual for excellence in the Spanish language. Junior Daniel Seiler …

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Superior Solos

Superior Solos

Congratulations to Trey Andrews and Andrew Butler for their achievements at the State Vocal Rally this past Saturday at LSU. Both Trey and Andrew received a superior rating on their solos at the event.

 


Celebrating Spring Sports

Celebrating Spring Sports

The Brother Martin community rallied together for its final pep rally of the school year.  Spirits were soaring as all of the spring sports were recognized for their outstanding accomplishments throughout their seasons.  The Golf team finished in the top three at the District meet, Tennis came away with …

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Crusader Track & Field Wins 4th Straight District Title

Crusader Track & Field Wins 4th Straight District Title

On Thursday afternoon, the Brother Martin Track & Field team looked to defend their title at the District 9-5A Championship Meet at Tad Gormley Stadium.  After a competitive field and great performances, the Crusaders finished in 1st place with 161 points.

Of the 18 events, Brother Martin placed 17 individuals/teams in …

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Making it Rain

Making it Rain

Congratulations to the following students won the intramural 3 point shooting contest Wednesday morning. In a field flooded with talent, the Crusaders sharpshooters were on full display.  In the Level I division, which is comprised of 8th and 9th graders, 8th grader Nicholas Hagstette won with a score of …

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Crusaders Support YLC at Wednesday in the Square

Crusaders Support YLC at Wednesday in the Square

Members of the Brother Martin alumni & community gathered at the Young Leadership Council’s “Wednesday in the Square”. Flow Tribe, featuring Russell Olschner ’04, K.C. O’Rorke ’04, Mario Palmisano ’04, Blake Quick ’04 and Bryan Santos ’04 entertained the crowd as the Crimson & Gold Network was out in …

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2015-2016 Crusader Cheerleading Team Selected!

2015-2016 Crusader Cheerleading Team Selected!

Following a clinic with instruction in cheer technique, dance, and stunting in addition to an outstanding tryout, Brother Martin proudly announces the selection of the Crusader 2015-2016 Cheerleading Team:

Congratulations to all, and we sincerely thank everyone who participated in try-outs. Having lost so many seniors from this past season, …

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Upcoming Student Council Elections

Upcoming Student Council Elections

Student Council elections will be held today, just one week before the last day of school for seniors. With seniors moving on, many Executive Board positions are up for grabs in the election. Juniors Marvin Hudson and Nickie Toups will be competing for the coveted position of Student Body …

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Wrestling Team Receives State Honors

Wrestling Team Receives State Honors

The Crusader Wrestling team recently traveled to Baton Rouge to visit the State Capitol in recognition of winning the LHSAA wrestling state title!  The team was honored by State Rep. Nick Lorusso for winning its 4th consecutive state title.  Paul Klein was honored for becoming Louisiana’s 1st 4 time …

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The Nanny’s Lullaby Wins at State Level

The Nanny’s Lullaby Wins at State Level

Junior Mitchell Knauer performed a piece of music at Fine Arts Night called The Nanny’s Lullaby.  Mitchell recently submitted his piece into the State Competition held through the Louisiana Federation of Music Clubs (LFMC) and the National Federation of Music Clubs (NFMC) in Baton Rouge, LA.  The Nanny’s Lullaby was awarded 1st …

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