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


  • 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.
    • 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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