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Wrestling State Champs Get Recognized at School Wide Assembly

Wrestling State Champs Get Recognized at School Wide Assembly

Thursday afternoon, the Athletic department held a school wide assembly to recognize the 2012-2013 State Champion Crusader wrestling team.  Athletic Director Scott Williams ’90 introduced head wrestling coach Robbie Dauterive ’84 after an introductory prayer led by senior Patrick Hoppe.  Coach Dauterive, along with Assistant Coaches J.P. Pierre and …

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Crusaders Have Successful Parade Season

Crusaders Have Successful Parade Season

During the Mardi Gras season, it is always great to see your school or Alma Mater marching down the street playing your favorite songs.  This season, the Crusader Marching Band marched in 3 parades including Alla, Endymion, and Krewe D’Etat.

The NJROTC program represented Brother Martin during the Krewe of Thoth parade …

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Crusader Rugby Cruises by Lake Area

Crusader Rugby Cruises by Lake Area

The Crusader Rugby team won an important league match against a much improved Lake Area side Wednesday afternoon. Using a stout defense and a disciplined offense the Crusaders won 24-0.  Scoring in the first half were fullback Bruce Cuccia and wing Joey Morris. Sinesio Canseco hit one of the …

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Crusader Baseball Makes Preseason Impact

Crusader Baseball Makes Preseason Impact

The Crusader baseball team is ranked #1 in the 2013 New Orleans area preseason baseball rankings by NOLA.com.  Returning for the Crusaders are seven position players, three solid starting pitchers, and standout players junior shortstop Gregory Deichmann, senior catcher Cody Ducote and senior center fielder Jacob Seward.

The junior shortstop, Gregory Deichmann, …

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Crusaders Sink the Buccaneers

Crusaders Sink the Buccaneers

Coming into the playoffs on a two game losing streak, the Crusaders needed to make a statement in the first round of the playoffs. In the first half, the Crusaders were a bit sloppy with the ball but took and maintained the lead going into the second half …

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History of New Orleans Schools: St. Aloysius High

History of New Orleans Schools: St. Aloysius High

Ed Branley ’76 is the History blogger for GoNOLA.com. GoNOLA.com is the website for the New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation. His most recent featured story is a history of St. Aloysius.

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Cheerleaders Travel to Disney

Cheerleaders Travel to Disney

The Crusader Cheerleaders hit the mat in the ESPN Fieldhouse on Saturday, February 9th, for the Large Varsity Co-Ed Competition. The goal for this year’s young team was to be in the Top 5. After rebuilding the team to replace the large number of graduating seniors from 2012, this …

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All- State Sugarbowl Lacrosse Classic

All- State Sugarbowl Lacrosse Classic

The third annual Allstate Sugar Bowl Lacrosse Series completed a successful weekend of action on Sunday at Pan American Stadium in New Orleans City Park. Over 3,000 fans attended the three-day Series, which was expanded greatly to include 11 collegiate programs as well as eight Louisiana high school programs.

Brother Martin …

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Crusader Soccer’s Stellar Season Comes to an End

Crusader Soccer’s Stellar Season Comes to an End

This past Saturday, the Crusader soccer team came up one game short of the State Championship to Jesuit by a score of 1-0 on a late goal.  This loss was only the team’s 3rd loss of the entire season.  Heading into this game, the Crusader soccer team was ranked …

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Brother Martin Wrestling Wins State Title!

Brother Martin Wrestling Wins State Title!

Brother Martin won the state wrestling title for the second year in a row last night at the Pontchartrain Center with a final score of 339 points.  This point total sets a new tournament record previously set by Brother Martin in the 2001 state tournament.  Paul Klein was also …

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Basketball Playoff Opener

Basketball Playoff Opener

The Crusader Basketball team will play Barbe on Tuesday in the Conlin gym for 7pm. Tickets are $6. Go ‘Saders!


Crusaders Helping the Homeless

Crusaders Helping the Homeless

On February 6th and 7th, all junior Religion classes made sandwiches for the homeless population at Ozanam Inn. Ozanam Inn is a homeless shelter and soup kitchen of the Archdiocese of New Orleans administered by the St. Vincent DePaul Society. Ozanam Inn also has a program to assist the …

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Eucharistic Adoration in the Branton Chapel

Eucharistic Adoration in the Branton Chapel

Students in religion classes today spent time in prayer and in reverence before the Blessed Sacrament. They had an opportunity for quiet prayer in the presence of our Lord and were able to use the new Chapel Prayer Book as an aid to their meditation and prayer. This book, developed and …

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Crusaders “March for Life”

Crusaders “March for Life”

Twelve students and two chaperons from Brother Martin High School traveled to Washington, D. C. for the annual Archdiocese of New Orleans March for Life Pilgrimage. The group of over 350 students from 17 catholic high schools participated in this journey of faith. This event is a youth rally for the …

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Parade Season for NJROTC

Parade Season for NJROTC

Sunday, February 3, was a busy day for the NJROTC unit as they took to the streets and drove to Waveland Mississippi to participate in the Nereids parade. The unit had over twenty members marching in the different drill teams to show pride of our school as well as …

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