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8th Grade Baseball Team Takes Catholic League Title
Posted: Saturday, April 22, 2017

Congratulations to the 8th grade baseball team for winning the Catholic League Tournament. The team ended the season with a very impressive record of 21-3-1. The future of the baseball program is extremely bright with such play coming from this young squad. Thank you to all of the coaches and players for an outstanding season! Your entire Holy Cross family is proud of you.

Holy Cross Student Gives Voice to Diabetes Awareness at Capitol
Posted: Friday, April 21, 2017
Joshua Conant might be a mere 16-year-old Holy Cross High School student, but he's proved a big voice for a disease that needs awareness. The honor student drew attention to the issue at the American Diabetes Call to Congress in Washington D.C. on March 29-31.  
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Coach Hargis Named to Southeastern University Hall of Fame
Posted: Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Congratulations to Holy Cross Baseball Coach Cass Hargis for being named to Southeastern’s 2017 Athletic Hall of Fame. Hargis, a native of Meraux, Louisiana, patrolled the outfield for the Lions from 2008-11. At the conclusion of his four years under then-head coach and current Director of Athletics Jay Artigues, Hargis left as the program's career leader in hits (299), runs (217), triples (18) and games played (232). 

Hargis also ranks among the school's career leaders in doubles (54, 2nd), RBI (146, 6th), walks (106, 5th) and hit-by-pitch (34, 5th). A 2010 All-Southland Conference selection, Hargis earned Freshman All-America accolades from Louisville Slugger and Ping! Baseball. Like Connors, Hargis has also returned to his alma mater following his playing days, as he is currently the head baseball coach at Holy Cross High School.

The Southeastern Athletics Hall of Fame inductees are elected by an eight-member selection committee.

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Senior Randy Amos Ready for Pre-Med
Posted: Monday, April 10, 2017

Congratulations to Holy Cross senior Randel Amos for his selection to the pre-medical pathway program between Millsaps College and the William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Randy was one of only ten students out of hundreds of qualified candidates selected to this prestigious program, which guarantees admission to William Carey’s College of Osteopathic Medicine. The programs committee selected students based on their outstanding academic performance and interview. Randy plans to enroll at Millsaps College in the fall where he will pursue a degree in the pre-medicine track.


Brenden Taravella named Male Athlete of the Week by Nola.Com
Posted: Monday, April 10, 2017

Congratulations to Holy Cross pitcher Brenden Taravella, who was named Male Athlete of the Week for March 27-April 1 by Nola.Com.

In an 8-2 district win over Rummel, Taravella pitched a complete game for his fourth consecutive victory. He struck out eight batters total, one in each of the first six innings, but also allowed at least one hit over that span. He only walked one in the win and went 3-4 from the plate with two RBIs.

Fifth Grade Baseball Team Looking Strong
Posted: Monday, April 10, 2017

Congratulations to the fifth grade baseball team on their 11-4 win over Holy Name last Thursday.  The Tigers had great pitching by Matt Handy and Aaron Guichard.  The Tigers were led defensively by great plays by Matt Cacamo and Aaron Gichard.  Good luck this week.

Holy Cross’ Soccer Program Has a Bright Future
Posted: Monday, April 10, 2017

Congratulations to sixth graders Tyler Robichaux, Andrew Garvey and Stephen Treadaway whose travel soccer team, coached by Holy Cross varsity soccer coach Matt Millet, won the Louisiana State Soccer Championship this past weekend.  Their team is number one in the state for the second year in a row. 

Prom 2017: Holy Cross Takes a Swing on the Dance Floor
Posted: Monday, April 10, 2017

Friday was a busy day for the seniors at Holy Cross. With the annual Alumni Luncheon held at the Sheraton Galleria during the day where the students took the first step in being an official alumnus, the seniors then went home to get ready for their big night – Senior Prom. Holy Cross held its prom in one of the city's biggest venues--the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. With the dome being lit up in Holy Cross colors of blue and gold, the attendees gathered in the St. Charles Club lounge, sporting their spring best for a night of fun. The night was then capped off at the annual Tiger Fest After-Prom Party, where students participated in games and activities to walk away with prizes that ranged from flat screen TVs, computers, and gift cards to cash, dorm room items and much more. Thank you to everyone who made the night spectacular.


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Senior gets Acceptance into Pre-Med Scholars Program
Posted: Friday, April 07, 2017

Congratulations to senior Nicholas Christakis for his acceptance into the Spring Hill College Pre-Medical Scholars Program. The Pre-Medical Scholars Program is a special arrangement between Spring Hill College and the Saint Louis University School of Medicine. The program is for students with exceptional abilities who plan to pursue a career in medicine and gives students the opportunity to gain conditional early acceptance to the SLU School of Medicine. Selection for the highly selective program is competitive and limited to only six entering freshmen each year.

Seniors Participate in Signing Day
Posted: Thursday, April 06, 2017

Three Holy Cross seniors participated in a signing day ceremony this week to announce where they will be attending college and playing football next year. Congratulations to Randy Amos (Millsaps College), Albion Ford (Grambling State University), and Mason Boudreaux (Millsaps College) for their accomplishments!

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