Announcements for Friday, December 9, 2022

Posted December 8, 2022 / Last updated December 9, 2022

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Today is Friday, December 9, 2022

Regular Order, Day 7

  • Printing fees for the month of November are due today in Room 215 before the end of the lunch period.
  • All cross country, football, and swimming lettermen should report to the weight room today at the beginning of the lunch period for lettermen jacket measurements and stripe distribution.
  • Juniors interested in going on a Service Trip with Courts for Kids to Guatemala or Costa Rica this summer to fulfill their 100 hour service hour requirement should attend an informational meeting today during the first half of lunch in the auditorium.
  • The Poker Club will meet today during the first half of lunch. 
  • The Ice Cream Social Club will meet today during the second half of lunch in the Benson Arena.
  • The varsity soccer team will play at Ocean Springs (MS) High School on Saturday afternoon at 2:30.  The junior varsity game has been cancelled.
  • The 8th grade soccer team will compete in the Brother Martin Tournament on Saturday.
  • The varsity wrestling team will compete in the Zachary Big Horse Invitational on Saturday. 
  • The junior high wrestling team will host the Jesuit Scramble on Saturday morning in the Benson Arena starting at 9:00.
  • The varsity basketball team will continue play in the Chalmette Tournament this evening and on Saturday.
  • 9th grade basketball will play at Chalmette on Saturday morning at 10:00.  JV follows at 11:00.
  • The 8th grade basketball team will compete in the Archbishop Hannan Tournament on Saturday.
  • The Mock Trial Team will hold its first practice Monday evening at 6:15 p.m. in Room 122.  If you were unable to attend the organizational meeting and are interested in joining the team, please attend.
  • Tuesday during the second half of lunch the Student Council will sponsor a tacky Christmas Sweater contest.  There will also be a contest for most Christmas-y socks and the best Christmas suit.  All students are invited to wear their Christmas best on Tuesday throughout the day, but must adhere to the following guidelines: All clothing worn must not be offensive (no references to drugs, alcohol, immodest and/or sacrilegious images or words); students who wear Christmas sweaters do not need to wear their nametag on the sweater; Students who wear Christmas suits do not need to wear a tie, but should wear a dress shirt and must wear their school shoes. Any questions about attire should be directed to the Director of Student Activities.


  • The wrestling team outscored Covington last night in the Benson Arena 60-9. Picking up pins for the team were Chris Stricker, Keegan Spiers, JP Webre, Brendan Truxillo, Aidan Nash, and Will Berry.
  • The Varsity Jesuit Soccer team defeated Chalmette High¬†8-0. Senior Carter Dusang and Junior Aidan Obletz scored two goals each. Junior’s Connor Darcey and Christian Aertkerled the defense while Senior Alek Cognevich created a wall to lock out the opposition.¬†
  • Last Saturday, Jesuit had three teams compete in the Mt. Carmel Invitational Quiz Bowl Tournament against teams from across Louisiana and Mississippi. The C team of Klein Konrad, Mack Thomas, Evans Wise, Elijah Perrien, and Arthur Meade, most of whom were playing in their first-ever tournament, made it through the preliminary rounds in the top half of their division but fell in a tough playoff bracket. The B team of James Redmann, Carter Rigney, Thomas Schmitt, and Aidan Wang finished as the third team in their division entering the playoffs. There, they scored a win against the Jesuit C team but lost in their next match by a single question. Even so, their performance earned them the top JV team award, given to the best team of sophomores or below. Finally, the A team of Max Daly, Lee Reymond, Wade Rogers, Derek Tsang, and Christian Thomas recovered from an early loss in the preliminary rounds and stormed back in the playoffs to win the tournament, including two exciting wins that came down to the final question. In addition, Wade Rogers won an award as the highest individual scorer for the day.