Announcements for Monday, December 3, 2018
Today is Monday, December 3, 2018
Regular Order, Day 3
- The Fencing Club will meet today after school in Room 239.
The 9th grade basketball team will host Lusher in the gym this evening starting at 5:30.
The 8th grade basketball team will host Newman in the gym tonight starting at 6:30.
- Members of next year’s varsity football team are reminded to report tomorrow immediately after school to the weight room .
- The Mock Trial team will hold its first practice tomorrow evening at 6:15 p.m. in Room 122. This year’s case involving a wrongful death action will be introduced at the meeting. If you missed last week’s organizational meeting but are still interested in Mock Trial, please make every effort to attend.
- Varsity bowling tryouts will take place this Thursday at 4pm and next Monday at 4pm at AMF All-Star Lanes in Kenner.
- National Honor Society is seeking volunteers to work with “Hams for Fams”. If interested, please see Mrs. Tassin in Room 315 or talk with Hayes Martin.
- Top’s tip of the day: Pullovers must be Jesuit New Orleans imprinted.
- The 8th grade basketball team finished third in the Rummel Tournament last weekend. In victories over Country Day and Shaw, the team was led offensively by Ray Lotten, Michael Welsh, and Kole White. Jace Larsen, Hayden Frey, and Scout Hughes provided strong defense.
- On Saturday, the basketball team defeated Holy Cross 64-54 to win the prestigious CYO tournament. Elijah Morgan led all scorers with 16, Kyle Haupt had 14 and Rob McMahon had 12. Rob was also the leading rebounder pulling down 7 boards. Elijah was named the tournament’s outstanding player.
The Debate Team competed at the Mount Carmel Academy Speech and Debate Tournament. In the Public Forum division, Jesuit’s team of Milan Mardia and Aqib Zakaria had a strong tournament, finishing in 3rd place.
- This weekend the Model UN Team participated in Tulane University’s first annual Wave MUN conference, where the Jays won the award for best overall delegation. Senior Jack Zvonek, Juniors Milan Mardia and Aqib Zakaria, and Sophomores Jackson Cheramie and Ahmed Almoaswes were recognized as best or outstanding delegates in their respective committees, in which they debated solutions to various current and historical issues ranging from the refugee crisis to the response to 9/11.