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What They’re Saying: Curtis Tops Landry-Walker

  What They’re Saying Excerpts from local media coverage of the Curtis win over Landry-Walker. Rod Walker, New Orleans Advocate: Devon Benn felt at home Friday night in Behrman Stadium. In a way, he was. The John Curtis senior running back lives right around the corner from the stadium on Odeon Avenue near the stadium

Curtis Wins Opener 41-20 over Landry-Walker (FULL STORY)

  John Curtis opened the 2015 season by belting a highly-touted Landry-Walker team, 41-20, on the Charging Bucs’ home grounds at Behrman Field. It wasn’t that easy.  With some of the most talented skill players in the area, Landry-Walker flashed a quick-strike capability that kept the outcome in doubt into the fourth quarter. Curtis countered

GAMES STREAMED LIVE ON THIS SITE

:       All nine regular-season John Curtis football games will be streamed live on the school’s new athletics website, www.johncurtispatiots.com. In addition to the action on the gridiron, a variety of other major school events will be offered.  The broadcasts will all be archived on the site, thus viewers can watch replays at

Coach’s Corner: Landry-Walker Game

Coach’s Corner with J. T. Curtis: Landry-Walker Game Note: We’re excited to present a new feature on this website, offering insight about the upcoming game from Coach Curtis. Coach’s Corner has been a part of the program for each home game for several years and that will continue. Now you can see it on a

Patriots #3 in T-P Poll

Patriots #3 in NOLA/T-P Poll   Mike Strom, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune on September 02, 2015 6:02 AM Jamborees are exhibitions and mean nothing in the grand scheme of what to expect in the regular season.Repeat after me and all self-respecting high school football coaches. In that vein, there are no changes to the New

Keith, Patriots win Curtis Cross-Country Meet

Keith Wins at the Wire in Curtis Invitational   John Curtis Cross Country Meet The much-anticipated boys race between 2014 Class 3A champion Devyn Keith and Class 5A champion, Eric Coston, of St. Paul’s was a battle to the finish. Keith edged Coston near the finish line by slightly more than a second with a time of 9:44.62.