Announcements for Friday, October 26, 2018
Today is Friday, October 26, 2018
Regular Order, Day 4
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will take place today in the 2nd floor chapel. Benediction will begin at 12:50.
- The varsity football team will host Destrehan tonight at Tad Gormley Stadium with kickoff set for 6:00 p.m. Pre-sale tickets for adults and students are $6.00 each and $3.00 each for children (ages 6-11). Pre-sale tickets are available for purchase at the switchboard today until 3:30 p.m. All tickets purchased at the gate are $8.00 each. Note that student ID’s will not be accepted at the gate for this non-district contest.
- The Classic Rock Club will meet today during the second half of lunch in Room 203.
The Blue Jay newspaper will hold a staff meeting during the second half of lunch today in Room 408. All interested writers and photographers are invited. Assignments for the next issue will be made.
The swimming team will compete in the Metro Meet at UNO this weekend. Prelims begin this afternoon at 3:05, while the finals start at 12:00 on Saturday.
The JV cross country team will compete in the Metro Championship meet at City Park on Saturday starting at 10:00. The junior high race begins at 9:30.
The JV football team will host Chalmette on Saturday morning at John Ryan Stadium starting at 10:30.
The 8th grade football team will play at Newman on Saturday morning starting at 10:00.
- Top’s tip of the day: It is really OK to show Blue Jay Spirit.
- Congratulations to the Varsity Football Team as they blasted Archbishop Shaw, 28-0 last Friday at Tad Gormley Stadium. Offensively, Noah Varnado caught to Rob Macmahon Touchdown passes. Defensively the Blue Jays were lead by tackles Sony Hazard and Owen Melville as they lived in the Eagle backfield the whole game.
- The Jesuit swim team won the 9-5A district title on Monday in the Bird Bath, the UNO Lakefront Aquatic Center. The Jays dominated the water by doubling the second place team’s score. Individual District Champions are: Connor Schwartz, Ryan Danna, as well as dual event winners Charles Kordordffer and Davis Edwards. The Jays also swept all 3 relays.