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Track Team 2nd in State Indoor

Charles Salzer, New Orleans Advocate   For the first time in six years, John Curtis Christian School left the Allstate/LHSAA Indoor State Meet without a boys team title, but the Patriots winning spirit was still on display. Curtis had a pair of event winners with Poni Tuit in the shot put and its 4×200 meter […]

John Curtis School Sues LHSAA

Press Release Contacts: Gibby Andry, The Andry Law Firm LLC, J. T. Curtis, John Curtis Christian School, John Curtis Christian School Files Suit Against LHSAA  for Defamation and Damages: LHSAA STAFF FAILED TO DISCLOSE INTERNAL INVESTIGATION  WHICH FOUND NO EVIDENCE TO PROVE ANY VIOLATION OF LHSAA RULES AND REGULATIONS River Ridge, LA, For […]

Irons Named Advocate’s Player of the Week

Abrythia Irons earned the New Orleans Advocate’s player of the week honors!  Here is the story in Tuesday’s newspaper: Abryhia Irons, John Curtis The sophomore scored 25 points and grabbed eight rebounds in a win over Warren Easton and scored 25 points and eight rebounds in a win over Mount Carmel. The Patriots are ranked No. […]

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Six Patriot Football Players Sign

  SIX CURTIS FOOTBALL PLAYERS SIGN TO PLAY COLLEGE FOOTBALL   Feb. 1, 2017–Six seniors on the 2016 John Curtis football team signed with their colleges of choice on national letter of intent day.   Defensive Back Garrett Wallow will play at TCU, offensive lineman Lance Jacob and defensive back Xavier Mitchell will be teammates at […]

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Moffitt Story in New Orleans Advocate

Former Curtis strength/assistant coach Tommy Moffitt’s son, Aaron, just signed a letter of intent to play at LSU.  Tommy has risen to one of the top college strength coaches in the nation. A story in today’s New Orleans Advocate included the following of special interest to Patriot fans: Three of Moffitt’s former protégés at LSU […]

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Duke Riley in Senior Bowl

Curtis alum Duke Riley has been turning heads at practice for the Senior Bowl game this weekend.  Riley was a key player on the Patriots’ national championship team in 2012 and had a stellar career at LSU.  You can watch the game on the NFL Network Saturday at 1:30 p.m.  Duke will play for the […]

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Just My Opinion: BBQ!

A barbeque festival?  In New Orleans?  Seriously? Very seriously, the River Bend BBQ Festival, presented by the Patriot Nation Men’s Club, is a stroke of genius. Barbecue is the hottest new trend in a city with some of the greatest food and restaurants in the world.  Several new barbecue “joints” have opened in the past […]

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Excitement Ahead for Patriot Fans

  If you are a fan of the John Curtis Patriots, you’re in for a great ride, just in the next couple of months.   For starters, the boys and girls basketball teams are both off to a great start.  They are both getting recognition and respect in the local media.  This week, Coach Mike […]

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Special Tributes for Joe McKnight

Joe McKnight’s memory has been honored in the finest fashion: by the men who play the game, during the game.  From New York to Los Angeles, the tributes show the national respect and love for Joe   Former Curtis teammate Duke Riley gave up the number 40 he has worn so proudly to wear Joe’s […]

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Patriot Players Earn Post-Season Honors

2016 PATRIOTS RECEIVE POST-SEASON HONORS   The 2016 John Curtis football team was well represented among the individual post-season accolades, including six Patriots who were selected for the All-District team.  Coach J.T. Curtis was named the Catholic League Coach of the Year.  The list:   LOUISIANA SPORTS WRITERS ASSN. ALL-DISTRICT 9-5A Marquese Albert, RB Brandon […]

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    RT @skaternation40 @Curtis_Patriots so glad my son can continue the phillip tradition

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