The boys basketball team took to the hardcourt in the prestigious CYO basketball tournament this past weekend. They were rewarded with their best ever finish, as tournament runners-up. The Patriots played four games in four days, after just a few days of basketball practice for those football players who were coming off of the completion
Multiple Teams · Patriot basketball team blows away Hahnville, 92-69!
The Patriot basketball team started their season in extremely fast fashion! The Patriots defeated the hahnville Tigers 92 to 69 in the season opener tonight at the lower school gym. Congratulations to the Patriots!
Multiple Teams · Kolby, Malik Morgan headed for Big Years at Tulane
Note: Former Curtis star Kolby Morgan looks like she’s headed for another big season on the Tulane women’s basketball team. She was named to the first team on the preseason All-American Conference team. Her brother, Malik, is one of the top returning players on the men’s team, giving Curtis a one-two punch (or is
Multiple Teams · Ashley Rickner Memorial Luminary Walk Information
The John Curtis Cancer Benefit Volleyball Match is an annual fundraiser to support the fight against cancer. Ashley Rickner, a teacher, at JCCS, was diagnosed on May 30, 2013 with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. On June 7, 2014 she went home to be with the Lord. The Rickner family established the Ashley Rickner Foundation to support education
Multiple Teams · Michael “Yogi” Robertson (Coach Rob)
Michael Robertson went to his eternal home on Thursday, June 9th, 2016. He was at MD Anderson Hospital in Houston, TX surrounded by his beloved wife, Pam, and sons Michael (c/o 2001) and Jeffrey (c/o 2004), as well as family and friends. Mike was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma Cancer in May of 2013. His spirit
Multiple Teams · 2016 Summer Athletic Camps
You can let your cursor hover over the Forms tab near the top of this screen to access the registration form for each of our summer athletic camps!
Multiple Teams · Coaches Corner: New LHSAA Playoff Proposal
New LHSAA Playoff Proposal Here is the update I promised you regarding potential changes in LHSAA classifications and the impact on our teams. The principals of member schools will meet June 8 to consider a proposal that will get us back to competition in football playoffs between the best teams, public and private, in Class
Multiple Teams · Jones, Morgan Receive Basketbal Honors
Dynah Jones and Kai Morgan both received postseason basketball honors and the good news is that both will be back next season. Jones, a sophomore, was named to the second team on both the Girls’ All-State and All-Metro teams. Morgan, a junior, was named third team All-Metro and honorable mention All-State on the boys teams.
Multiple Teams · Boys Basketball Team to Face Scotlandville in Tourney Opener
The John Curtis boys basketball team will open the LHSAA Class 5A playoffs Friday night, playing on the road at Scotlandville, most dominant basketball team in Louisiana in recent history. The tip-off is scheduled at 7 pm. The defending Class 5A champion, Scotlandville is seeded #2 in this year’s tournament, boasting a glittering 30-2 record. Curtis
Multiple Teams · Patriots Sweep Rummel with 74-60 Win
With a packed home crowd rocking and rolling, the basketball Patriots did some impressive rolling of their own, rocking Rummel, 59-4, Friday night. Curtis dominated the game from start to finish The win wrapped up a winning 7-5 record in the Patriots’ first venture into Catholic League play. Coach Mike Krajcer’s team has now won