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LMEA Vocal Solo & Ensemble

LMEA Vocal Solo & Ensemble

On Wednesday, the following students participated in the LMEA Vocal Solo & Ensemble festival and received a rating of Superior for their solo performances: Trey Andrews, Joseph Arrigo, Andrew Butler, and Brent Clement. Aaron Didier received a rating of Excellent for his solo performance.


Alumni and Guests Visit Street Law Class

Alumni and Guests Visit Street Law Class

Nolan Lambert ’79, Chief Deputy City Attorney of New Orleans, Robert Long ’96 of the New Orleans Police Department, and other members of the City Attorney’s Office and the FBI visited Mr. Falati’s “Street Law” class.  The guests gave brief descriptions of their jobs, spoke about their career paths …

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Overtime Goal Lifts Crusaders Past Lions

Overtime Goal Lifts Crusaders Past Lions

Even with parades rolling, all of the excitement seemed to be at Pan American Stadium during the 2-1 Crusader victory over the Lafayette Lions in the Regional round of the LHSAA soccer playoffs.

Brother Martin (13-2-4) struck first scoring in the 9th minute as Miles Francis found William …

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Band Members Perform Individually

Band Members Perform Individually

Throughout the week, members of the Crusader Marching Band took a break from their group rehearsals and performed their annual Solo & Ensemble arrangements. This annual event involves band members preparing either a solo (or an ensemble piece with another member of the band) and performing in front of …

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Marching Cadets

Marching Cadets

The NJROTC cadets kicked off their Carnival Season with a bang over the weekend marching in Nereids in Bay St. Louis Mississippi on Sunday and in the St. Stephens parade on Tuesday. The Armed, Unarmed, and Color Guards all took part in the parades. For several cadets Nereids was …

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Ryan Hoefeld ’13 Named to 2014 All ACC Academic Football Team

Ryan Hoefeld ’13 Named to 2014 All ACC Academic Football Team

Florida State’s Ryan Hoefeld ’13 was recently named to the 2014 All-ACC Academic Football Team announced by ACC Commissioner John Swofford.

Hoefeld, a redshirt freshman center, stepped into the lineup for the Seminoles because of injuries and helped lead FSU to a 4-0 record in his starts, including wins over …

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Knights Trump Crusaders

Knights Trump Crusaders

Tuesday night in Gentilly, the Purple Knights took a commanding lead in the District 9-5A title race with a 66-60 win over the Crusaders.  The Crusaders (19-8, 4-3) were coming off a win against Jesuit last Friday and a win Tuesday would have created a tie for first place …

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Creative Writers Awarded

Creative Writers Awarded

Crusader creative writers recently submitted and have received recognition at the regional level of this year’s Scholastic Writing Awards. Two of these, Nolan Lambert and Wesley O’Neal, earned the Silver Key, which means their work will advance to compete at the national medal. Since 1923, the Scholastic Art & …

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Late Surge Pushes Crusaders Past Wildcats

Late Surge Pushes Crusaders Past Wildcats

In the opening round of the LHSAA Soccer playoffs, the No. 6 seed Crusaders came away with a 3-1 victory over the No. 27 Destrehan Wildcats at Pan American Stadium on Friday night.

Both offenses were stuck in the midfield as neither team could find a rhythm in the first …

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Smith Powers Crusaders in 46-42 Win Over Jesuit

Smith Powers Crusaders in 46-42 Win Over Jesuit

In a District 9-5A battle, the Crusaders scored 18 points in the final period to win 46-42 over the Jesuit Blue Jays and keep their hopes of a district title alive.

After leading 10-7 after the first quarter, the Blue Jays controlled most of the game until 2:00 minutes remaining …

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Wrestling Heads into State Tournament With St. Paul’s Invitational Win

Wrestling Heads into State Tournament With St. Paul’s Invitational Win

In the final tournament before the State tournament, Brother Martin reached the finals in 13 of 14 weight classes, and won eight titles on their way to a 1st place finish in the St. Paul’s Invitational. The Crusaders won with 268 points followed by host St. Paul’s with 161 points, …

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Brother Martin Community Celebrates Social Justice Mass

Brother Martin Community Celebrates Social Justice Mass

The entire Brother Martin student body and faculty celebrated the annual Social Justice Mass. The old testament reading from the Book of Hebrew (13: 1-8) was a fitting scripture passage for a Mass centered around this year’s Great Read: Enrique’s Journey by Sonia Nazario. Images of immigrants fleeing their …

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Bowling Still Undefeated After 27-0 Win

Bowling Still Undefeated After 27-0 Win

Brother Martin remained unbeaten with a 27-0 victory over St. Augustine. This victory keeps the Crusaders on top of the league leaderboard. In game one, the Crusaders were led by Chad Naccari who bowled a 204 and Jonathan Fernandez with a 201 game. In game two, Robert Beecher took …

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Cadets Learn New Tricks

Cadets Learn New Tricks

The NJROTC cadets recently began drilling with Springfield rifles. During the drill, cadets learned the basic rifle movements including: present arms, carry arms, order arms, and port arms. The cadets will continue to practice with the rifles on drill days to establish confidence and generate motivation to join a …

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Wrestling Handles Rummel in 59-19 Win

Wrestling Handles Rummel in 59-19 Win

The Rummel Raiders entered the Conlin Gym with hopes of spoiling Senior Night for the Crusader wrestlers, but those hopes were quickly squashed.  The Raiders took an early 7-0 lead after the first two matches then wouldn’t win another until the 220 lb. match.  Brother Martin dominated the middle …

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