John Curtis Christian Boys 5th Grade Football

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Just My Opinion 10-31-17

Just My Opinion   by Bill Curl   10-31-17   SUPER ATMOSPHERE   What a wonderful atmosphere at the Shrine on Airline Friday night…Curtis fans were in a festive mood, anticipating a big game against archrival Rummel while savoring the Patriots’ second straight Catholic League Championship….the weather was gorgeous for this time of the year; 72 degrees

Patriots Win Catholic League, Down Rummel, 42-34

John Curtis wrapped up sole possession of the 2017 Catholic League championship with a 42-34 triumph over archrival Rummel Friday night at the Shrine on Airline. Curtis claimed back-to-back Championships in just three years in the district.  The Patriots will wind up the regular season at Shaw next Saturday at 11 a.m. The victory over

How to Follow Curtis-Rummel Game

Holy Cross’s win over St. Augustine Thursday night assured Curtis of at least a tie for the Catholic League Championship.   That just takes the excitement for tonight’s Curtis-Rummel game up another notch for Curtis fans.  The Patriots will be out to wrap up another outright claim to the title and to extend their 11-game

Curtis-Rummel on CST

  Crescent City Sports to produce first prep football telecast – Rummel vs. John Curtis on CST View a map of Cox Sports Television affiliates here: http://coxsportstv.com/affiliates/ You can also watch the LIVESTREAM at http://www.johncurtispatriots.com!   Crescent City Sports will produce its first-ever high school football telecast when District 9-5A rivals Archbishop Rummel and John Curtis

Just My Opinion 10-23-17

  Just My Opinion 10-23-17   This column reflects opinions of the writer; it does not necessarily represent opinions of John Curtis Christian School.  Bill Curl has been associated with John Curtis, primarily as a parent and fan, since the early 70’s.  Your comments are most welcome.  Curl can be reached at wm.curl@gmail.com.      

Media Stories on win over Holy Cross

John Curtis 37, Holy Cross 15: Tyrone Legette helps Patriots overcome 4 fumbles Posted on October 20, 2017 at 10:30 PM Les East on TimesPicayune/NOLA.com   at Tad Gormley Stadium, Friday (Oct. 20), District 9-5A Records: John Curtis, 7-1, 4-0; Holy Cross, 4-4, 3-2.   SCORE BY QUARTERS John Curtis – 7 | 14 | 0

Patriots pull away late, Pelt Holy Cross 37-15

John Curtis vanquished  an opportunistic bunch of Holy Cross Tigers, 37-15, in a key Catholic League game Friday night at Tad Gormley Stadium.   With the win, Curtis remains in first place in the district, setting up a showdown with Rummel next week. The Patriots won their sixth game in a row to go to

Prep Football Standings, etc. thru 10-17-17

CATHOLIC LEAGUE STANDINGS THROUGH WEEK 9  updated 10-17-17   TEAM                    DISTRICT       OVERALL John Curtis             3-0                       6-1 St. Augustine          3-1                       5-2 Holy Cross              3-1