Announcements for Monday, March 25, 2024

Posted March 24, 2024 / Last updated March 24, 2024

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Today is Monday, March 25, 2024

Regular Order, Day 4

  • An admissions representative from the University  of Mississippi will be available today in room 122 during lunch.
  • The next round of the chess tournament will take place today during the first half of lunch in Room 311. Matches are as follows: Jonathan Brockhoff vs. Alex Grilletta, Collin Castle vs. Arav Kamboj, Fr. Polce vs. Aidan Nash, Brady Hunter vs. Henry Jacobs, and Justin Melancon vs. Evan Crawford. All contestants should continue to check their outlook emails daily for updates.


  • The Jesuit tennis team has wasted no time getting into the swing of things. To start the year, the Jays competed in the Catholic Invitational defeating Catholic and St.Thomas More en route to the title. This past weekend the team competed in the McGill-Toolen Classic. After a hard-fought weekend,  the Jays finished as runners up – their best finish since 2016. Congratulations.
  • Congratulations to the Jesuit Golf team on their 155 to 183 victory against the Rummel Raiders at English Turn Country Club.  The low round of the match was fired by Sophomore William Boasberg. 
  • Last Wednesday, the Beach Volleyball Squad took on Catholic High and won their overall match. Luke Couret and Joe Pourciau took their set to the very end but ended up falling short 17-19 in the final game. Doubles partners Brady Brown and Tilden Devine did just enough to win both their games 21-19 while Kale Lee and Caleb Alexis enjoyed a smoother path to victory by winning both their games by more than ten points. Congratulations on this hard-fought match victory.
  • Congratulations to Jesuit’s Mock Trial team, which placed second in the State Mock Trial tournament on Saturday in Baton Rouge.  Jesuit’s team included attorneys Tucker Schibler, Zachary Becker, and Derek Moore and witnesses Harry Fantaci, Christian Smith, and Grant Carroll.  After prevailing in the first two rounds against Episcopal and Louise McGehee, the Jays fell to Caddo Magnet in the championship round.  However, the team repeated its district sweep of the individual awards, with Derek Moore recognized as the tournament’s best attorney and Harry Fantaci as best witness.