Three Blue Jay wrestlers took home individual titles, helping the team to a second place state finish before a record two-day crowd of 14,325.
The Jays believed in themselves as a team and showed character in staging their incredible, if not improbable, comeback-from-the- dead 4-3 victory against Acadiana in the Division 1 semifinals Saturday afternoon in Lafayette.
No. 18-seeded Jesuit will travel to play No. 15 Mandeville for a Bi-District game on Friday at 7 p.m.
Registration for the Mother-Son Mass & Breakfast has been extended until noon on Friday, Feb. 27.

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Communications director and Jaynotes editor Pierre DeGruy ’69 takes a photo of Blue Jay alumni who were star players and co-captains on Jesuit’s state championship football teams. From left are Al Widmer ’43, Don Ford ’47, Will Billon ’54, and Larry Ecuyer ’61. Widmer, a halfback on offense who also played as a defensive back, was on Jesuit’s 1940 and 1941 state championship teams. Ford was the Blue Jays’ right guard on the 1946 state championship team. Billon and Ecuyer were centers and linebackers on Jesuit’s 1953 and 1960 championship teams, respectively. On the table in front of the quartet are the trophies that represent Jesuit’s eight football state championships: 1933, 1940, 1941, 1943, 1946, 1953, 1960, and 2014, the most recent prize won by the Blue Jays last December.  The photo will be featured as part of a retrospective article in the upcoming issue of Jaynotes, the magazine of Jesuit High School.



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Feb 27
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Mar 05

Winter Sports’ Recognition Night

Location: Auditorium

Mar 09

3rd Quarter Exams

English/Biology II, Chemistry II, Computer Studies, Fine Arts II, Speech

Mar 10

3rd Quarter Exams

Mathematics/Latin, Study Skills

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Baseball vs. Grace King

Feb. 24Win 30-0

Bowling vs. Rummel

Feb. 23Loss 20.5-6.5