John Curtis Christian Boys 5th Grade Football

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Poll Watching 9/24/15

Poll Watching: 9/24/15 Curtis (#3) is ranked ahead of Brother Martin (#5) in this week’s statewide LSWA poll and Brother Martin (#2) is ranked ahead of Curtis (#3) in the Advocate’s area ratings.  No poll has been run on NOLA.com to date this week, but last week the top 3 mirrored the Advocate’s rankings and

College Watch: Former Patriots

  College Watch: Former Patriots  A periodic check on former Curtis players currently playing college football:  Sherman Badie received Player of the Week accolades for leading Tulane to its’ first victory of the season, a 38-7 win over Maine….Badie scored the go-ahead touchdown, turning on the Jets on a 56-yard score….he also gained 51 yards

Finally–Curtis in First-Ever Catholic League Game

It’s finally here.  Ever since the word got out that John Curtis will be competing in the Catholic League this fall, everyone at Curtis has been eagerly anticipating this game. It will also go down in history the Patriots’ first district game since moving up three classifications to Class 5A. Coach J. T. Curtis and

Coach’s Corner: Brother Martin Game

Coach’s Corner–Brother Martin Game Remember this is a Saturday afternoon game at Tad Gormley Stadium.  The kickoff is at 2:30 p.m.  You can save money and help our school by purchasing tickets in advance at the school office for $7.00.  We keep all of the advanced sales.  The price at the gate will be $8.00.

Scoreboard Watching: Sept. 18-19

Scoreboard Watching: How the Patriots’ Opponents Fared Last Weekend (Sept. 18-19)   The Patriots’ 2015 opponents (not including the team Curtis played, Parkview) had an outstanding  7-1 record last week.  Five of the six Catholic League opponents tuned up for District 9-5A play with wins; two are undefeated and all five have winning records. Rummel and

Curtis Belts Parkview Baptist, 41-14 (FULL STORY)

  Three unanswered touchdowns in each half carried John Curtis to a 41-14 win over highly regarded Parkview Baptist.  The matchup of two perennial powers was played before a packed house in Baton Rouge. The Patriots (3-0) scored three touchdowns in the second quarter to take a 21-7 halftime lead.  Parkview (1-2) cut it to