John Curtis Christian Boys 8th Grade Baseball

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2017 Baseball; A Look Back

    The 2017 John Curtis baseball season will long be remembered, for a number of remarkable reasons.  It merits a look back:   The Patriots opened the season with an impressive 13-4 pre-district record. But the best was yet to come.  Defending the first-ever Catholic League championship they worked so hard to achieve last

Curtis Dominates T-P All-Metro

2017 | The Times-Picayune All-Metro Baseball Team Updated May 24, 2017 Posted May 24, 2017   2017 All-Metro Baseball Team In our second season of having one team instead of the former Large and Small School teams, here are our top 26 baseball players from 2017.   Most Valuable Player: Cade Beloso, John Curtis,

Six Curtis Players, Coach Named All-District

Six Curtis Players, Coach Named All-District   Cade Beloso was named the Most Valuable Player on the 2017 Al-District 9-5A team, selected by a panel; of sports journalists. Beloso, an infielder, was joined on the first team by five of his teammates as well as his coach.   Coach Jeff Curtis was named the district

Just My Opinion by Bill Curl 5-18-17

Just My Opinion by Bill Curl  5-18-17   Here’s a tip of the faded JC cap to Jeff Curtis.   His chest must be bursting with pride after guiding his young team to the Select Division I Championship.   There is also a large measure of pride coming from his father and boss, J. T.

Rod Walker Column on JC Baseball

Fresh off title playing with the big schools, John Curtis could be even scarier next season BY ROD WALKER | RWALKER@THEADVOCATE.COM   MAY 13, 2017 – 9:19 PM   SULPHUR — For those keeping score, John Curtis won its 70th state championship in a team sport on Saturday. Yes, SEVENTY. The Patriots’ 5-0 victory over Catholic

Media Reports on Championship

Curtis’ Ian Landreneau tosses no-hitter in 5-0 win over Catholic for state title BY ROD WALKER | RWALKER@THEADVOCATE.COM   MAY 13, 2017 – 6:45 PM SULPHUR — John Curtis dog-piled on the pitcher’s mound on Field 41 at McMurry Park on Saturday. And really, there was no better place for this celebration to take place. It’s


  Wow.  Wow.  Wow. John Curtis is the Division I baseball champion, having blanked Catholic-BR, 5-0, behind the NO-HIT PITCHING OF IAN LANDRENAU on a gorgeous Saturday afternoon at McMurry Field in Sulphur. Cade Beloso provided the big blow in the third inning, ripping a three-run home run far over the right centerfield wall.  Beloso

BR Catholic is a Formidable Foe

Get ready, Patriot fans, the Baton Rouge Catholic team is one to be reckoned with. The Patriots’ opponent in the Division I State Championship game at 3 p.m. Saturday is a solid team on a roll.   They are coming into the contest with a 29-8 record that includes a late season 14-game winning streak

News Reports on JC Semifinal Win

Dax Ford strikes out 13 as Curtis topples Rummel 7-0 to advance to Division I title game BY ROD WALKER | RWALKER@THEADVOCATE.COM   MAY 11, 2017 – 4:10 PM Top of Form Bottom of Form SULPHUR — This time, it wasn’t close. Dax Ford made sure of it. John Curtis and Rummel split a pair of


John Curtis dominated the game from start to finish in defeating Rummel, 7-0, in the State semifinal game at McMurray Park in Sulphur. The Patriots will return to the same site Saturday at 3 p.m. in quest of the Select Division I State Championship.  Their opponent will be Baton Rouge Catholic, who defeated Holy Cross,