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Advocate Preview: Curtis Faces Major Challenge

ROD WALKER| RWALKER@THEADVOCATE.COM, Sept. 1, 2015   It was the middle of August, just three weeks before the start of the high school football season. The changes around John Curtis Christian School were starting to take shape. A sparkling new trophy case, boasting 26 football state championship trophies, greet you as soon as you walk

Cross Country teams opens their season today!

The boys and girls cross country teams open their respective seasons up today in the John Curtis Christian School season opener at the City Park course today. The boys team will be anchored by seniors Devyn Keith and Austin Brown. Both runners have a wealth of experience and look to make a bigger splash by

All Teams Schedule: Week of August 31 – September 6

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for John Curtis Christian High School, August 31 – September 6 MONDAY August 31, 2015 No events happening TUESDAY September 01, 2015 TBA Boys Boys Varsity Cross Country JCCS Season Opener SCHEDULE TBA Girls Girls Varsity Cross Country JCCS Season Opener SCHEDULE 6:00 PM Girls Varsity Volleyball @

Football Pregame article vs. Landry Walker

Game #1: LANDRY-WALKER, Fri., Sept. 4, 7 pm, Behrman Stadium In what stacks up to be a challenging season opener, Curtis will head to the West Bank to play a “new” opponent in Landry-Walker. This will be the first game for Curtis since the merger of the two West Bank schools—L. B. Landry and O.

Late Patriot drive ends jamboree in 14-14 tie

Aug. 29–Late-game fireworks by both teams sparked a 14-14 tie between John Curtis and Franklinton in the Mandeville Jamboree. Trailing 14-8 after Franklinton had taken the lead with less than three minutes left, the Patriot offense drove 55 yards to score. A missed extra point kept Curtis from registering a win. Brock Hebert hit Tyrone

2015 Football Season Preview

The excitement over the 2015 John Curtis football season is up another notch…way up.  The Patriots’ entry into the fabled Catholic League is the big news of the coming prep season.  Every game will bring on new challenges, with six traditional district teams out to give the Patriots a rude welcome. It also marks the

Jamboree Preview vs. Franklinton

Coach J. T. Curtis likes to face the best possible opposition in jamboree games, and Friday night’s foe—Franklinton–certainly measures up. The Demons are one of the top teams in Class 4-A each year.  This season should be right in line, with a mix of experience and youth returning from the squad that had a 12-2

JC – Tennis Fundraising

Hey everyone, It’s school time again, and that means fundraising time for these guys and girls. Last year was another exciting year for the Tennis team. We had 3 state qualifiers and we are looking to raise the bar for next year! So if you could please pass the word on, we are looking for