John Curtis Christian Girls Varsity Track

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They fought like Patriots, but came up just short

It was a tough weekend for Patriot athletes as numerous student athletes competed in the state track meet and in the baseball quarter finals. The girls track team fought valiantly in pursuit of a state title, but would come up four points short of a team state championship. It wasn’t without controversy, either. In a

Boys and Girls track team…Region III-5A CHAMPS!!!

The girls team did what the girls team has done all season long…win. They dominated the meet in winning by a significant margin against the field. The boys team, on the other hand, were coming off of their first meet win of the season. That win was the district championship. Even though they won district,

Girls/Boys SWEEP district track meet titles!

The girls track team entered into the district 9-5A meet as the favorites to win the title. The boys, however, came in as the underdogs. Both teams, though, came through in a big way in sweeping the district track meet and winning the titles. It was a huge accomplishment for both teams and one they

Boys track team 5A STATE Runner-Up; Girls with a 4th place finish.

The Patriots went to LSU’s Bernie Moore track stadium with a mission to make some noise at the Class 5A State Championships with both the boys and girls’ teams. That they did. The boy’s team finished as the 2018 Class 5A State runner up, while the girl’s team finished a respectable 4th overall. The athletes

Team scores from the region III-5A Meet

Girls Final Results 1.John Curtis – 102 2.Thibodaux – 72 3.Hahnville – 60 4.Dominican – 45 5.Chapelle – 40 6.East St. John – 36 7.Terrebonne – 32 8.Central Lafourche – 28 9.Chalmette – 24 10.Destrehan – 23 11.Mount Carmel – 18 12.Landry Walker – 18 13.West Jefferson – 18 14.H.L. Bourgeois – 14 15.Bonnabel –

Track teams SWEEP Region III-5A track meet!

Just as they did district 9-5A, the Patriot boys and girls track teams swept the region III-5A track meet Wednesday evening at Hahnville High School. They certainly exemplified Patriot Power as each individual did their part to pave the way to the monumental task! The desire to compete, and ultimately win, was on full display

Boys and Girls track teams sweep District 9-5A Championships!

In the words of Rev. John T. Curtis, Sr. our school’s founder…”How SWEEP it is?!?!” The Patriot boys and girls track teams swept the District 9-5A track meet in dominating fashion Thursday evening. The boys team won by more than 40 points and the girls won by 20 points. It is a huge accomplishment for

Girls indoor track team finishes a very respectable 3rd in the state!!

The day started off very well for on the girls side as Ariel Meyers placed 3rd overall in the shot put to put the Patriots on the board early in the meet with 6 points. Freshman Zoe Curtis also competed in this event but did not finish high enough to score points toward the team