Tiger Talk events for the week of 04/16/2018 through 04/22/2018

Tiger Talk Podcast with special guests to discuss this years Blue and Gold Gala

Posted by Tiger Talk on Sunday, April 15, 2018

News

  • Baseball update
    • April 9th HC beat Shaw 8 t0 4                                            17-11-1 prior to weekend
    • April 10th they beat Rummel 6 to 3
    • Fri 13th HC vs St Aug 10 to 0
    • Sat 14th HC vs St Aug WASH out
  • Three Juniors Selected for Patrick F. Taylor Foundation 18 in ’18 Competition
    • Three Holy Cross juniors have had their work selected for the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation 18 in ’18 Competition, which celebrates the New Orleans Tricentennial. The competition is open to current high school juniors and includes original essays or artwork about the student’s personal connection to New Orleans.
    • The works of Daniel Monaghan, Tarik Wilson, and Anthony Huete were chosen for consideration to the foundation for the competition. Winners will be announced by the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation on May 15. Good luck to our Tigers.
  • TCAC Basketball Finishes Season with “Lakers” Victory
    • In the basketball championship last week, the Lakers secured a four-point victory within the last two minutes of the game. The co-captains of the Lakers, Jared Jones and Ashton Brown, both scored more than 10 points for their team. Cavs player Jonathan Williams scored 10 points for his team, but it wasn’t enough to control the game. The boys are looking forward to next year when TCAC starts again!
  • Faculty & Staff Give to Community through Service
    • In the spirit of servant leadership, Holy Cross faculty and staff gave of their time on Holy Thursday to give back to the community through a day of service with several organizations.
      • One team of volunteers visited Magnolia Community Center, where they had an opportunity to tour the facility, learn about the programs they offer, and spend time visiting with clients and spreading cheer. Another team visited Vista Shores senior center, where they sang and decorated Easter eggs with the residents.
      • Two other teams visited the Salvation Army and Covenant House, where they did some cleaning and painting of their facilities. And one team spent their morning at Holy Cross School setting up recycling bins and doing some spring cleaning around campus.
      • The group started off the day with a prayer service and returned to campus after a day of volunteering to reflect on their experiences working with these organizations. It was truly a meaningful opportunity for our faculty and staff to give back and to be role models of servant leadership.
      • Special Guests
        • Michelle Donnelly is here with us to speak about the BLUE & GOLD GALA.
        • Rescheduling of Crawfish boil to May 12th RAIL or SHINE

 events coming this week

Apr 16 Mon

Apr 17 Tue

Apr 18 Wed

Apr 19 Thu

Apr 20 Fri

Apr 21 Sat

Apr 22 Sun

Other upcoming events


June 1st & 2nd Holy Cross fishing rodeo

Summer Camp and Science camp at HC


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Tiger Talk events for the week of 04/09/2018 through 04/15/2018

Tiger Talk Podcast 4/8/18

Tiger Talk Podcast 4/8/18

Posted by Tiger Talk on Sunday, April 8, 2018

News

  • Baseball update
    • This passed Monday the 2nd HC dropped a game to Hahnville 3 to 2
    • Fri 6th HC vs Rummel _____________________
  • Senior Prom
    • Your prom is next Saturday, April 14th at the St. Charles Lounge in the Superdome. See Coach Charb for ticket information. Also, if you plan to park in the dome, please be aware the dome does charge to park so bring cash. They do not accept credit cards. Also, the annual Tiger Fest follows immediately after the prom here at school in the Student Center. Shirts will be handed out next week when they come in.
  • Blood Drive
    • Attention all 16 year old students and over, all faculty and staff: Next Tuesday in conjunction with Tiger Pride Month, we will have our last blood drive of the year on Tuesday, April 10th. Student Council members will be coming around to take sign-ups. See Mr. Ferry for any questions you may have!
  • . Holy Cross School Announces New Leadership Team
    • Holy Cross School has announced a new organizational structure and leadership team for the 2018-2019 school year. This new structure will allow the school to align its academic programs and student services to assure continuity and progression throughout each young man’s journey at Holy Cross School.
      • Eric DesOrmeaux will serve as Chief School Officer and will oversee all academic areas, including primary, middle and high school grades. In this role, he will direct the school’s curriculum, discipline and teaching teams to ensure consistency in each of these areas throughout each grade level.
      • Teresa Billings will serve as Chief Mission Officer, with the primary role of ensuring the school’s mission is carried out through all student support programs. In this role, she will direct the counseling and guidance, enrollment, recruiting, student activities and campus ministry teams.
      • Brian Williams, CPA, joined Holy Cross School in January 2018 in the role of Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operations Officer. He will oversee all financial operations, as well as the school’s campus operations and technology teams.
      • Monica Sanusi Gelé, CFRE, will serve as our Chief Advancement Officer, overseeing the school’s fundraising, special events, alumni relations and communications teams.
        • “We have an outstanding team of servant leaders who fully embrace the Holy Cross mission and will inspire our students, faculty and staff to live that mission every day. Please join me in congratulating our leadership team and supporting them in their new roles. We look forward to continuing the mission of educating the young men of Holy Cross School – Mind and Heart, Body and Soul,” said Sean Martin, headmaster.
      • Tiger Pride Month Kicks off with Pancakes and Pep Rally
        • Our National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society are sponsoring Tiger Pride Month, a four-week celebration of students, faculty, staff and our community. The first week focused on “student appreciation” and included pancake breakfasts sponsored by the Tailgators Club, snowballs at lunch, and concluded with a Tiger Pride pep rally. Upcoming weeks will celebrate our faculty and staff and focus on giving back to the community.
        • State Champion Robotics and Soccer Teams Receive Legislative Proclamation
          • The Holy Cross State Champion Soccer and Robotics Teams traveled to Baton Rouge on Monday for a special recognition at the State Capitol. The students had the opportunity to meet with Representative Chris Hazel ’83 and were presented with legislative proclamations for each team. It was a great day to be a tiger!
        • Special Guests
          • Michelle Donnelly is here with us to speak about the BLUE & GOLD GALA.
          • Rescheduling of Crawfish boil
          • TIGER TALK Store is now open. You can go to our website and click over to our partnership with Café Press and see the items in our store. Remember all profits from the store go back to the students, clubs and teams at Holy Cross.

events coming this week

Apr 9 Mon

Apr 10 Tue

Apr 11 Wed

Apr 12 Thu

Apr 13 Fri

Apr 14 Sat

Apr 15 Sun

Other upcoming events   


April 19th HC Lady Tigers monthly meeting

April 21st   HC Blue and Gold Gala

June 1st & 2nd Holy Cross fishing rodeo

Summer Camp and Science camp at HC


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Tiger Talk events for the week of 04/02/2018 through 04/08/2018

Tiger Talk Podcast

Tiger Talk Podcast for the week starting 4/1/18\

Posted by Tiger Talk on Sunday, April 1, 2018

  • Hello and welcome to Tiger Talk. This show is for March 2nd 2018 through April 8th, 2018

News

  • Baseball update
    • This passed Tuesday evens things up after dropping a game last week to the Blue Jays winning the match 5 to 1
    • They continued their streak by tackling Shaw on Wed and defeating them 4 to 1
    • Sat against St. Charles Catholic _fell 3 to 5_
    • 13-9-1

 

  • Holy Cross Bowlers winning season ends
    • Congratulations to the Varsity Bowling Team on an impressive 14-2 Season.
  • Soccer Players, Coach Receive All-State Accolades
    • Holy Cross sophomore Chad Cadiere was named Division II Defensive MVP and senior Sebastian Aguilar was named Division II Offensive MVP by the Louisiana High School Soccer Coaches Association. Coach Matt Millet was also named Coach of the Year, and juniors Thomas Dugal and Ethan Garvey and senior Ethan Jones were named to First Team All-State. Congratulations to all of our players and coaches on these outstanding achievements!
  • . Middle School Hosts Friday Night Game Night
    • Our middle school students enjoyed their very first game night this past Friday. More than 80 students participated, and the event was organized by senior “Big Brothers.” Students competed within their “houses” playing games such as crab ball, dodge ball, and fourth down. It was a great evening of games, bonding with classmates, and of course, pizza!
    • Tiger Band Receives Superior Ratings at District Ensemble
      • Last week our band participated in the District VI Large Ensemble Assessment, which included performances and sight reading in front of a team of judges. Our band received superior ratings across the board, which is the best possible score. The students worked very hard to make this possible and we are extremely proud of them. Congratulations!,
    • Twin Brothers Capture National Wrestling Honors
      • Congratulations to Holy Cross eighth graders and twin brothers Jacob and Evan Frost on their recent wrestling victories. Competing for the Bayou Elite Wrestling Club in the NHSCA National tournament, they both captured All-American honors from the National High School Coaches Association. Jacob Frost capped off the tournament with a Louisiana best 8-2 record with fifth in the country at 95 pounds, and Evan Frost finished 7-2, capturing seventh in the country at 90 pounds
    • Twelve Students Qualify for State Literary Rally
      • Congratulations to our students who participated in the District Literary Rally held last month at Nicholls State University. The following students placed in their subject areas and have qualified to compete at the State Rally at LSU on April 21.
        • Austin Wyman received a Superior rating in Original Oratory
        • James Sixkiller received a Superior rating in Extemporaneous Speaking
        • Shane Gross placed 2nd in Division II in Biology II
        • Joshua Plauche placed 1st in Division II in Calculus
        • Alex Tedesco placed 1st in Division II in Calculus II
        • Justin Schilleci placed 2nd in Division II in Chemistry
        • Jared Brodtmann placed 1st in Division II in Civics
        • Henry Herbert placed 3rd in Division II in English I
        • Alex Dang placed 1st in Division II in Environmental Science
        • Joshua Atkins placed 2nd in Division II in Spanish I
        • Blake Ziegler placed 1st in Division II in U.S. History
        • Ashton Castro placed 2nd in Division II in World Geography

 

  • Some announcements
    • Attention all juniors interested in running for student council: elections will take place right after the Easter break. Please stop by the student activities office to pick up a nomination packet. This year we are doing things differently and everyone running will be running for the top twelve spots instead of by position. Once the twelve have been chosen, a separate election will be held for the senior class president and student body president positions.
    • Attention juniors: anyone interested in auditioning for the current “voice of the Tigers” position, please see Mr. Ferry as soon as possible. Next year’s morning PA announcement voice and video announcement host will be selected through an audition process based on personality, creativity, dependability and much more. And we would love to have you on our show as well.
    • TIGER TALK Store is now open. You can go to our website and click over to our partnership with Café Press and see the items in our store. Remember all profits from the store go back to the students, clubs and teams at Holy Cross.

 

events coming this week

Apr 2 Mon

Apr 3 Tue

 Apr 4 Wed

Apr 5 Thu

Apr 6 Fri

Apr 7 Sat

  • Holy Cross Crawfish Boil Presented by the Men’s Club 9 AM – 4 PM (Holy Cross School )
    • Live music performed by the Holy Cross Student Jazz band and, Longitude 90 and the Blue Krewe
    • Spacewalks and games for children and adults
    • A booth sponsored by the Holy Cross Cheerleaders selling desserts
    • A booth sponsored by the Holy Cross Lady Tiger providing adult beverages (JELLO SHOTS)
    • A cooking team who competes in the “Hogs for the Cause” event with proceeds being donated to the fight against pediatric brain cancer
    • An auction tent with items being raffled off or presented for silent auction
    • A collection of show cars presented by the Mustang Mafia, a local organization who represents at several local car shows and community events with members who are recent grads from Holy Cross
    • Representation of “TIGER TALK” presented by Brett and Blade Schneider, a live podcast with interviews and announcements delivered from the Crawfish Boil
    • And most of all, plenty of beer, jambalaya and hot boiled crawfish presented by the Holy Cross Men’s Club.
  • 8th Grade Baseball vs. De La Salle 10 AM – 11 AM (Rummel)
  • 9th Grade Baseball vs. Rummel 10 AM – 11 AM (Holy Cross Park )
  • 8th Grade Baseball vs. Rummel 12 PM – 1 PM (Rummel)

Other upcoming events   

April 10th Grand Parents day…. Make sure you RSVP!

April 12th HC Men’s Club monthly meeting (chili cook-off)

April 19th HC Lady Tigers monthly meeting

April 21st   HC Blue and Gold Gala

June 1st & 2nd Holy Cross fishing rodeo

Summer Camp

Session 1 June 4 – June 22, 2018

Session 2 June 25 – July 13, 2018

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Tiger Talk events for the week of 03/26/2018 through 04/01/2018

Tiger Talk Podcast

Tiger Talk Podcast for the week of March 26th through April 1st

Posted by Tiger Talk on Sunday, March 25, 2018

News

  • Baseball update
    • Four RBI Day for Chris Collet Spells Out Victory For Holy Cross Tigers Varsity Over Brother Martin 16 to 8 Tuesday
    • But on Thursday HC cant catch up and fall to Brother Martin 8 to 2
    • Saturday vs. Jesuit ______________

 Holy Cross Bowlers Win Over Chalmette 17-10

    • Congratulations to our Varsity Bowlers on their 17-10 victory over Chalmette. We bowl in the next round on Tuesday, March 27 at All Star Lanes in Kenner at 11:00 a.m. Holy Cross is currently ranked #5 in the state. Let’s go, Tigers!
    • Middle School Quiz Bowl Places Second
      • The Holy Cross Middle School Quiz Bowl Team competed in the Louisiana Quiz Bowl Alliance Middle School March Invitational at Mount Carmel this past weekend, finishing second place overall. The team consisted of 8th grader Ashton Castro, 7th grader Hai Duong, and 6th graders Blade Schneider, Rodolphe Toranto, Hunter Blankenship, and Riley Domingue.
      • Thanks to our Quiz Bowl Coach, Mr. David Hanemann, and congratulations to the Middle School Quiz Bowl Team!.

 . TCAC update

    • In TCAC news – It was an exciting game on Tues as the Lakers and the Bucks ended in a last minute tie! Jared Jones carried his team scoring 12 points, followed by Cole White with 6 and Wyatt Hess with 2. Kaden Bourgeois scored 8 points and Justin Dejoie scored 6 but it wasn’t enough to pull out the win. Hayden Barnes and the Cavs defeated the Trailblazers with a score of 40 – 18. Hayden led his team with 21 points and Jonathan William scored 12. Caleb Jeanmarie scored 10 and Bryce Baudin scored for the Trailblazers.

 

  • HC Powerlifting
    • Congratulations to Senior Captain, Kobi Woodruff.
    • Kobi has received a scholarship to continue his Powerlifting career at Midland University, located in Nebraska.
    • Congrats Kobi,
  • Some announcements
    • Attention all juniors interested in running for student council: elections will take place right after the Easter break. Please stop by the student activities office to pick up a nomination packet. This year we are doing things differently and everyone running will be running for the top twelve spots instead of by position. Once the twelve have been chosen, a separate election will be held for the senior class president and student body president positions.
    • Attention juniors: anyone interested in auditioning for the current “voice of the Tigers” position, please see Mr. Ferry as soon as possible. Next year’s morning PA announcement voice and video announcement host will be selected through an audition process based on personality, creativity, dependability and much more. And we would love to have you on our show as well.
    • TIGER TALK Store is now open. You can go to our website and click over to our partnership with Café Press and see the items in our store. Remember all profits from the store go back to the students, clubs and teams at Holy Cross.

 

 events coming this week

Mar 26 Mon

Mar 27 Tue

Mar 28 Wed

Mar 29 Thu

Mar 30 Fri

Mar 31 Sat

Apr 1 Sun Easter

 Other upcoming events   

April 7th HC Men’s Club Crawfish Boil

April 12th HC Men’s Club monthly meeting (chili cook-off

April 21st   HC Blue and Gold Gala

June 1st & 2nd Holy Cross fishing rodeo

CLOSING

 

And remember

WE ARE HC!!!

Tiger Talk events for the week of 03/19/2018 through 03/25/2018

This is the Tiger Talk Podcast for the week starting 3/18/18……. Have an HC  kinda week

Posted by Tiger Talk on Sunday, March 18, 2018

News

  • Baseball update
    • On 3/13 the Tigers fell to Dutchtown in a 4 to 3 battle but 2 days later they took on Central Lafourche and in a shut out game Mikey leads the Tigers to a 2 to 0 victory. Great job guys….. keep up the strong work. That puts HC 8-6-1 this season

 TCAC basketball update

    • In TCAC last week, the Lakers defeated the Trailblazers with a score of 50 -26. Cole White led the team with 16 points, Jared Jones with 13 and Ashton Brown with 11. Caleb Jeanmarie scored 12 and Owen Couvillion had three 3 point shots but it wasn’t enough to bring their team to victory.
    • James Williams led his team to victory with 23 points and Justin Wells assisted with 11 points for the Rockets. The Pelicans didn’t have enough momentum to continue their first half lead although Sam Fradella scored 8, Ross Perkins scored 8 and Tristan Adams and Leyton Liuzza both had 5 points. Great games yesterday!
  • 5th thru 7th Game Night
    • Attention all 5th-7th grade students, next Friday (March 23rd) we will have our 5th/6th/7th Grade Game Night in the student center. The game night will consist of games such as volleyball, dodge ball, relay races. The games and activities will pit the “House” groups against one another. The winning “House” takes home the trophy and prize of a pizza party. Students who are interested in attending should see Ms. Watson or Mrs. Bourque for the permission slips. Cost of the event is $10 and the money will go to pay for the food and drinks for the night. Students should come dressed in the “House” shirts. The night will start at 7pm and end at 10pm. Come out for a great night with your Holy Cross brothers. All sign-ups are due by Wednesday the 21st.

 . Physics Students Use SCUBA to Learn Principles

    • Holy Cross AP Physics and Physics Honors students ventured to Harry’s Dive Shop in Metairie to explore the “Physics of SCUBA” and got the chance to experience SCUBA diving for themselves.
    • Many thanks to Cindy Caldwell for her excellent presentation explaining how Archimedes Principle, Boyles Law, Charles Law, Dalton’s Law, and Henry’s Law pertain to SCUBA diving. In addition to the physics presentation, once the young men were educated on the safety procedures they were then led to the pool where they were equipped with SCUBA gear and spent 90 minutes experiencing SCUBA Diving for themselves.

 Ricks Named Allstate Sugar Bowl Scholar-Athlete

    • Congratulations to senior Mikey Ricks, who has been selected by the Allstate Sugar Bowl Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame as a 2018 Scholar-Athlete. He will be recognized at the annual Scholar-Athlete Award Luncheon on April 3 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

 NHS and NJHS Sponsoring Tiger Pride Month

    • Our National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society are once again sponsoring Tiger Pride Month, a four-week celebration of students, faculty, staff and our community. We kick off next week with the following activities.
    • Week #1: Student Appreciation Week
      • Friday, March 23: 5th through 12th grade Dress-Down Day (Holy Cross t-shirt, tennis shoes, school pants or school shorts)
      • Monday, March 26: 5th-12th Grade Pancake Breakfast (7:15-8:00 a.m. “under the oaks”)
      • Monday, March 26: 5th & 6th Grade Snowball Day (1st Lunch) and 9th & 10th Grade Snowball Day (2nd Lunch)
      • Tuesday, March 27: 7th & 8th Grade Snowball Day (1st Lunch) and 11th & 12th Grade Snowball Day (2nd Lunch)
      • Wednesday, March 28: Tiger Pride Rally, Main Campus, with intramural games for grades Pre-K through 12th
    • Week #2: Community Week
      • Keep Campus Clean: Activities to include trash pick-up and recycling
      • Blood Drive: Main campus, Tuesday, April 10
      • Collection Drive: We will be collecting Mardi Gras beads for Magnolia Community Center. Drop off at school offices.
    • Week #3: Teacher Appreciation Week
    • Week #4: Awards Week, recognizing students, teachers and staff who show compassion, empathy and caring for others.
    • Tiger Pride Lanyards: NHS and NHJS will be selling “Tiger Pride Lanyards” for $5 starting on Monday, March 19. They can purchased from Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Lavender or NJHS/NHS members walking around at lunch time at the main campus
  • Five Holy Cross Musicians Perform with District Jazz Band
    • Five Holy Cross musicians represented our school at the District 6 Jazz Band performance held this past weekend: Bryson Parker on lead alto sax, Justin Schilleci on lead tenor sax, Justin Borne on second alto sax, Damion Jarusook on bari saxophone and Brandon Dillon on trombone. Congratulations to Damion Jarusook, who was chosen as the top woodwind performer.
    • The band performed under the leadership of Dr. Nick Volz, professor of trumpet from Loyola University. Congratulations to all of our performers!

 Archbishop Aymond to Celebrate St. Joseph’s Day with Holy Cross School

    • Archbishop Gregory Aymond will celebrate Mass at Holy Cross School for the Feast of St. Joseph on Monday, March 19 at 9:10 a.m. Immediately following Mass, he will bless our St. Joseph’s Altar, which will be on display in the Library from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. on the main campus.
    • Joseph is the Patron Saint of Holy Cross School, and we are honored to have the Archbishop celebrate this feast day with us. Parents, alumni and friends are invited to join us for Mass and viewing of the St. Joseph’s Altar. Students in grades 5-12 are reminded to wear a tie on Monday.

 

  • Some announcements
    • Attention all juniors interested in running for student council: elections will take place right after the Easter break. Please stop by the student activities office to pick up a nomination packet. This year we are doing things differently and everyone running will be running for the top twelve spots instead of by position. Once the twelve have been chosen, a separate election will be held for the senior class president and student body president positions.
    • Attention juniors: anyone interested in auditioning for the current “Communications” position, please see Mr. Ferry as soon as possible. Next year’s morning PA announcement voice and video announcement host will be selected through an audition process based on personality, creativity, dependability and much more.
    • TIGER TALK Store is now open. You can go to our website and click over to our partnership with Café Press and see the items in our store. Remember all profits from the store go back to the students, clubs and teams at Holy Cross.

Special Thanks

  • Thanks to the lady Tigers for letting me talk about Tiger Talk at their meeting this past week. If your not a member of this great organization what are you waiting for. They are doing great things for the Holy Cross family.

 

events coming this week

Mar 19 Mon

Mar 20 Tue

Mar 21 Wed

Mar 22 Thu

Mar 23 Fri

Mar 24 Sat

Other upcoming events   

April 7th HC Men’s Club Crawfish Boil

April 12th HC Men’s Club monthly meeting (chili cook-off

April 21st   HC Blue and Gold Gala

CLOSING

 

 

And remember

WE ARE HC!!!


 

Tiger Talk events for the week of 03/12/2018 through 03/18/2018

Tiger Talk Podcast for the week starting 3/11/18

Posted by Tiger Talk on Sunday, March 11, 2018

Hello and welcome to Tiger Talk. This show is for March 12th 2018 through March 18th, 2018

News
• Baseball update
o HC defeats Slidell 8-3 on March 8th.
 HC racked up 11 hits in the game
o Holy Cross Tigers Takes the Victory Against Covenant Christian in Pitcher’s Duel 2 to 1
o On Saturday they conjured John Curtis 5-3
o This brings the Tigers record to 7-5 and 1 this season

• Dr. Joseph Murry Announces Retirement
o Holy Cross School announced today that its high school principal Dr. Joseph Murry will retire at the end of the 2017-2018 school year. Dr. Murry has served in this role for 14 years, during which time the school was completely rebuilt following Hurricane Katrina.
 “We owe a great deal of gratitude to Dr. Murry for his contributions in growing the school academically, advancing the mission set forth by Blessed Basil Moreau, and for his role in the school’s recovery,” said Sean Martin ’92, headmaster of Holy Cross School.

• Holy Cross Seniors Named National Merit Finalists
o John Accardo, , and Blake Baldassaro, have both been named National Merit Finalists. These academically talented high school seniors have met all the requirements to now be considered for one of 7,500 National Merit Scholarships to be offered in 2018. In addition, these two students have earned a full tuition scholarship for their senior year at Holy Cross School as part of the school’s National Merit Award program.
 Accardo plans to attend the University of Alabama in Hunstville and will major in aerospace engineering.
 Baldassaro plans to attend Louisiana State University and will major in chemical engineering.

• Holy Cross Robotigers Team Wins State Championship
o On March 3, the Holy Cross Robotigers competed in the state championships held at St. Paul’s School in Covington. There were 44 teams in attendance from throughout the state. The Robotigers won the state tournament and have advanced to the World’s competition being held the last week in April in Louisville, KY. Worlds is a four-day competition where 560 qualifying teams from across the world will compete for top honors.

• Holy Cross Students Earn Honors at Greater New Orleans Science and Engineering Fair
o Holy Cross students and teachers took home $2,500 in awards from their participation in the Greater New Orleans Science and Engineering Fair held at Tulane University In February.
o Holy Cross School received the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation School Grant for entering more than 10 projects in the GNOSEF.
 Photo Gallery:http://photos.holycrosstigers.com/GNO-Science-Engineering-Fair-2018/

• Seventh Grade Visits Louisiana State Supreme Court
o Our seventh graders are studying Louisiana history and recently visited the Louisiana State Supreme Court in the French Quarter, where they had an opportunity to learn about our court system and tour the historic building. This trip was part of their “Continuing the Journey” series and also included visits to the Old Ursuline Convent and St. Mary’s Italian Church for the 300th Anniversary of Catholicism in New Orleans.
 Photo Gallery: http://photos.holycrosstigers.com/Louisiana-State-Supreme-Court-2018/

Special Thanks
• Great thanks to the Holy Cross Men’s Club Especially Mike and Jim for inviting Tiger Talk to speak at their monthly meeting. If you weren’t there you mist out. They were test boiling crawfish for the big HC crawfish boil on April 7th Its tough but someone has to test these things for you.
• Come out to the next meeting on April 12th for the Chili cook-off
• Finally a special thank you to Headmaster Sean Martin ’92 for his support of our show … it was great talking with him.

events coming this week
Mar 12 Mon
• DEFG
• 7th Grade Baseball vs. Country Day 4:15 PM (Butch Duhe’)
• JV Baseball vs Rummel 4:30 PM (Holy Cross Park)
• Scholars Presentation for Eligible 8th Grade Students and Parents 6 PM (Watson Family Theater)
Mar 13 Tue
• Golf vs. Rummel 3:30 PM (Home Match )
• Tennis vs. St. Martin’s 4 PM (UNO Courts-)
• Varsity Baseball vs. Dutchtown 6 PM (UNO)
• Spring Chorus Concert (Grades 7-12) 7 PM (St. Paul’s Episcopal Church)
Mar 14 Wed
• 7th Grade Baseball vs. Stuart Hall 4:15 PM (Butch Duhe’)
• 8th Grade Baseball vs. Newman 5 PM (Holy Cross Park)
Mar 15 Thu
• 8th Grade Baseball-Northshore Tournament (Northshore High School-Times TBA)
• Varsity Baseball-Hahnville Tournament (Northshore High School-Times TBA)
• TCAC Basketball 2:45 PM (Holy Cross Student Center)
• Golf vs. Jesuit 3:30 PM (Away Match )
• Lady Tiger’s Social 6:30 PM (Cafeteria)
Mar 16 Fri
• 6th Grade Field Trip-Church Tour and Rock N’ Bowl 8:30 AM (St. Peter Claver, St. Ann’s Shrine, St. Augustine, Rock N’Bowl)
• Holy Cross City Park Night 7 PM (City Park)
Mar 17 Sat
• Varsity Outdoor Track and Field Catholic Schools Challenge (Saint Stanislaus High School- Time TBA)
Other upcoming events
Mar 19th St Joseph’s Altar
April 7th HC Men’s Club Crawfish Boil
April 12th HC Men’s Club monthly meeting
April 21st HC Blue and Gold Gala
CLOSING

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Tiger Talk events for the week of 03/05/2018 through 03/11/2018

Tiger Talk Podcast

Tiger Talk 3/4/18

Posted by Tiger Talk on Sunday, March 4, 2018

News

  • Basketball update
    • HC defeats Rummel 74-55 in the first round of play-offs.
      • HC avenged two district loses to Rummel
      • Junior Khalil Thomas had 28 points and was quoted as saying “we didn’t want them coming into our house and beating us again.”
      • Myles sanders had 14 points, Jason Chan had 10 and Arron Ursin had 5 blocks.
      • The Tigers went 10/12 on the free throw line shooting 83%.
    • Friday Holy cross lost 99-60 in their battle against Scottlandville in Baton Rouge.
    • As we close out the season lets give a big thank you to coaches, players and supporters for an amazing run. A Special thank you to Coach Kirkwood and the all access pass he gave tiger talk this year.
  • Crescent Tiger Throw Down
    • Attention all 8th-12th graders… the annual Crescent Tiger Throw Down is coming up. The event is our annual grade level competition against Cabrini. Last year Cabrini took home the victory and we are looking to bring back “the paddle” to Holy Cross. The event will take place at Cabrini on Friday the 9th from 7pm-10pm
  • Holy Cross Bowlers Victorious over Pearl River
  • Tennis Update
    • Congratulations to the Varsity tennis team for winning their match against DeLaSalle and John Curtis. Matches were won in singles and doubles by Carson Doles, Tyler Joseph, Scott Staehle, Cruz Perez, James Dupuy and Arya Rashkbar.
  • Art Rally
    • Congratulations to Zac St. Pierre and Shane Dwyer for winning Honorable Mentions in the Nicholls State Art Rally last weekend
  • Middle School Quiz Bowl
    • HC middle school Quiz Bowl competed on Sat in the Brother Martine Tournament.
  • BASEBALL UPDATE
    • Tiger B Ball won one and lost one this week. They dropped 3-1 against Ouchita but were victorious 11-8 against W. Moneroe. Look forward to a lot more in depth baseball now that we are wrapping up some other sports.
  • Katherine Schilling Selected for CDC Science Ambassador Fellowship
    • Katherine Schilling has been selected to participate in the Science Ambassador Fellowship at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia, this summer. The CDC Science Ambassador Fellowship provides training in curriculum design and teaching strategies that engage students in math and science using real-life epidemiology and public health science examples.

Special Guest: Men’s Club

  • We have Special Guests James M. Remetich and V.P. Mike Wibel of the HC Men’s Club

The Holy Cross Men’s Club was founded to promote the spiritual well-being of the men of Holy Cross School, to assist and encourage club members to actively participate in school activities.

The Holy Cross Men’s Club invites all men of the Holy Cross Community, including current, former, and future Holy Cross fathers, grandfathers, and alumni (21 years or older), to join in the camaraderie. The Club meets on the 2nd Thurs of each month. The social begins at 6:30 PM in the school cafeteria. General meeting and dinner follows 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Volunteer opportunities include serving as members of the cooking team for school events, opportunities at the request of the headmaster and serving in annual events such as family day, golf tournament, fishing rodeo and tailgating are available.

Annual membership dues are $75.

For more information about the Holy Cross Men’s Club, email mensclub@holycrosstigers.com

events coming this week

Mar 5 Mon

Mar 6 Tue

Mar 7 Wed

Mar 8 Thu

Mar 9 Fri

Mar 10 Sat

Other upcoming events  

Mar 16th HC City Park Night

Mar 19th St Joseph’s Altar

April 7th HC Men’s Club Crawfish Boil

April 21st   HC Blue and Gold Gala

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And remember

WE ARE HC!!!

Tiger Talk events for the week of 02/26/2018 through 03/04/2018

Tiger Talk Podcast

Tiger Talk 2/25/18

Posted by Tiger Talk on Sunday, February 25, 2018

• Hello and welcome to Tiger Talk. This show is for Feb 26th 2018 through Mar 4th, 2018.

News
• Soccer Update
o Holy Cross defeated Beau Chene 3-1 for the State Championship! In Lafayette.
o http://www.nola.com/prepsports/index.ssf/2018/02/holy_cross_3_beau_chene_1_tige.html
• Basketball update
o HCs Play off game against Rummel is coming up on Tuesday at Holy Cross. Get out there and support Mister’s Maniacs and their run for the title.
o Rummel won both games during district play so a huge crowd is needed to make sure Rummel doesn’t get number three.
• Rugby Update
o The rugby club defeated Germantown HS from Memphis on the 17th by a score of 31-7.
• Wrestling update.
o Congratulations to our Holy Cross wrestlers who took honors at the state meet in Bossier City.
 Michael Lundin was the 120-lb Division I state champion
•Eighth Grader Jacob Frost 106-lb Division I finalist
•Senior Captain Spencer Rayes 182-lb Division I state finalist and two-time placer
•Sophomore Caruso Signorelli two-time 113-lb Division I state finalist
•Senior Captain Jacob Spahn 126-lb 3rd place finisher and two-time placer
•Junior Logan Lacoste 132-lb 5th Place finisher
•Junior Mason Macaluso 138-lb 6th Place finisher and two-time placer
•Junior Caden Mumme 160-lb 3rd Place finisher and two-time place
• Bowling Update
o Congratulations to the Varsity Bowling Team on their 22.5 to 4.5 Victory against St. Michael the Archangel!
• Academics games
o The Academic Games 5th and 6th grade team for Holy Cross placed 3rd in the Presidents tournament.
• Guys please help us!
o We need field reporters from all teams and clubs. We want you to tell us the wins, losses and fun times the group has so we can share it with the others in the Holy Cross family.
o Remember if you want your team, club or school event mentioned on the air all you need to do is email us at hctigertalk@gmail.com or send us a message on Facebook @tigertalk

• Guest Spotlight
Coach Michael Baiamonte, Jr.
Math Teacher, Varsity Football Coach, Middle School Baseball Director

 

 

SPONSER
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Events coming this week

Feb 26 Mon
• FGAB

Feb 27 Tue
• Varsity Baseball vs. Central Baton Rouge 3:30 PM (Holy Cross Park)
• Tennis vs. De La Salle and John Curtis 4 PM (UNO Courts-
• PAC Open Meeting 7 PM (Cafeteria)
• Varsity Basketball Play Off Game vs. Rummel 7 PM (Holy Cross Main Campus Student Center)

Feb 28 Wed
• 9th Grade Retreat 9:30 AM (2241 Mendez Street-by the Holy Cross Primary Campus)
• TCAC Basketball 2:45 PM (Holy Cross Student Center)
• Tiger Fest Planning Meeting 6:30 PM (Holy Cross Student Center-Huddle)

Mar 1 Thu
• TCAC Basketball 2:45 PM – 4:30 PM (Holy Cross Student Center)
• Holy Cross 8th Grade Baseball Tournament 3:30 PM (Holy Cross Park)
• Tennis vs. Brother Martin 4 PM (UNO Courts)

Mar 2 Fri
• Varsity Baseball Monroe Tournament (2 days)(Location and Time TBD)
• Holy Cross 8th Grade Baseball Tournament 3:30 PM (3 days)(Holy Cross Park)

Mar 3 Sat
• Holy Cross Lacrosse vs. Lower Alabama 1 PM – 3 PM (Holy Cross Middle School Field)
• Hall of Fame Banquet 6 PM – 9:30 PM (Holy Cross Student Center)

Other upcoming events
Mar 2nd Blood drive
Mar 2nd Class of 83 Reunion
Mar 7th Blade’s Birthday
May 19th Class of 1968 – 50-Year Commencement Celebration.
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Tiger Talk events for the week of 02/19/2018 through 02/25/2018

News

  • Basketball update
    • HCs game against McMains was canceled due to a shortage of officials
    • Today they beat St Aug 68 54 to end regular season. Next Friday is 1st playoff game.  Won’t know opponent and where until probably Monday.
  • Holy Cross Wrestling Defeats De La Salle
    • Holy Cross Wrestling defeated De La Salle in the battle of defending Division 1 and Division 3 state champions. Seniors Spencer Rays and Jacob Spahn both earned wins in their last match in the Holy Cross Arena.
  • Holy Cross Center Stage presents Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand.
    • This tragi-comedy will celebrate the French heritage of New Orleans. There will be love, hate, war, sword fighting and fun! The play will be on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, February 22, 23 & 24 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, February 25 at 2:00 p.m. in the Watson Family Theatre. Seats may be reserved by emailing mbaisier@holycrosstigers.com, or just drop in! Tickets are $12 and include refreshments.
  • Soccer Update
    • our #1 Tigers defeated #4 Ruston, 3-0, and advance to take on #2 Beau Chene on Thursday for the Division II Soccer State Championship. The match will be played at ULL at 7:30 p.m
  • Guys please help us!
    • We need field reporters from all teams and clubs. We want you to tell us the wins, losses and fun times the group has so we can share it with the others in the Holy Cross family.
    • Remember if you want your team, club or school event mentioned on the air all you need to do is email us at hctigertalk@gmail.com or send us a message on Facebook @tigertalk

 

events coming this week

  Feb 19 Mon

GABC

Varsity Baseball vs. Zachary 6 PM – 8 PM (Zachary High School-Zachary, Louisiana)

Holy Cross Choral Performance Exchange 7 PM – 9 PM (St. Mary’s Dominican High School)

  Feb 20 Tue

5th grade Religion Project Displays (Holy Cross Main campus Library)

  Feb 22 Thu

Varsity Baseball vs. Hammond 4 PM – 6 PM (East Ascension)

Middle School Track Parent Meeting 7 PM – 8 PM (Holy Cross Student Center Huddle)

Theatre: Cyrano de Bergerac 7:30 PM – 10 PM (Holy Cross Watson Family Theater)

  Feb 23 Fri

Junior High/JV Wrestling State Tournament (Brother Martin)

8th Grade Retreat 9:30 AM – 3 PM (City Park)

Varsity Baseball vs. Dutchtown 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM (Dutchtown)

Theatre: Cyrano de Bergerac 7:30 PM – 10 PM (Holy Cross Watson Family Theater)

  Feb 24 Sat

Junior High/JV Wrestling State Tournament (Brother Martin)

Holy Cross Lacrosse vs. Byrd 12 PM – 2 PM (Holy Cross Middle School Field)

Middle School Pajama Jam 6 PM – 8 PM (Holy Cross Student Center)

Varsity Baseball vs. St. Amant 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM (East Ascension)

Theatre: Cyrano de Bergerac 7:30 PM – 10 PM (Holy Cross Watson Family Theater)

High School Pajama Jam 8:30 PM – 11:30 PM (Holy Cross Student Center)

  Feb 25 Sun

Theatre: Cyrano de Bergerac 2 PM – 4:30 PM (Watson Family Theater)

 Other upcoming events  

Mar 7th  Blade’s Birthday

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