Announcements for Friday, April 1, 2022

Posted March 31, 2022 / Last updated March 31, 2022

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Today is Friday, April 1, 2022

Assembly Order #2, Day 2

  • Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will take place today in the 2nd floor chapel. Benediction will begin at 1:10.
  • The Phils are proud to recognize senior Phils in their last shows tonight and tomorrow night at 7:30PM in the Jesuit Auditorium. Me and My Girl features senior Phils Wesley Adams, Ellis Beasley, David Kessler, and orchestra member Aidan Schwarz.
  • The Jesuit Investment Club will meet today during the second half of lunch in Room 334. Brackets and fees are due and first round match-ups will be decided. 
  • The Tabletop Role-Playing Society will meet today after school in Room 120.
  • Books with B2 will meet today after school.  Meeting place will be posted on the door of Room 221.  
  • The varsity track and field team will compete in the Newman Invitational at Hoss Memtsas Stadium this afternoon and evening.
  • The varsity baseball team will host Rummel on Saturday afternoon at John Ryan Stadium with first pitch set for 3:30.
  • The JV baseball team will host Brother Martin this afternoon at John Ryan Stadium starting at 4:00.  The 9th grade game follows at 6:00.
  • The 9th grade baseball team will host Rummel on Saturday morning at John Ryan Stadium starting at 10:00.
  • The 8th grade baseball team will play Rummel at Brother Martin on Saturday starting at 12:00.
  • The varsity lacrosse team will face Newman on Saturday afternoon at Joe Yenni starting at 3:00.
  • The JV lacrosse team will play at St. Stanislaus on Saturday morning starting at 11:00.
  • The rugby team will face Bayou on Saturday at Gretna starting at 2:00.
  • Juniors:  Your College Counseling Documents are due today. Let your college counselor know if you have any questions.


  • The Jesuit Rugby team played Germantown last Friday night in City Park.  After an excellent first half from the Jays, the touring side from Tennessee fought back to tie the match.   Nathan Williams scored two tries and ran hard all day; he also blocked a conversion kick that preserved the tie.  Andrew Newell led the offense and had an excellent kicking game. Christian Jackson and Joe Charif led the defense with force.