“There is no ‘I’ in team,” is written next to Welles Crowther’s Nyack (N.Y.) High School 1995 yearbook picture, his mother Alison Crowther recently
By Ron Brocato, Sports I was just 11 when I saw my first high school football game. In it, St. Aloysius defeated Jesuit to
Three football rivalries that collectively span 195 years will take place on Sept. 29-30, and regardless of what has transpired over the first month
The 30-member-strong Culinary Crusaders at Brother Martin High School started the new year with something for which to be extremely proud. Several members helped
The temperature reached the high 80s by 10 a.m., yet students and adult volunteers were working in the heat scraping paint, pulling out old nails and repainting the interior of a house in Gentilly, while another 40 were doing similar tasks at three other houses nearby.
Who were these volunteers? Twenty students from Brother Martin High School and counterparts from other schools operated by the Brothers of the Sacred Heart – Bishop Guertin High in New Hampshire; St. Joseph High in Metuchen, New Jersey; St. Stanislaus in Mississippi and Catholic High in Baton Rouge – were completing a joint service project organized by Tom Baier, Brother Martin’s director of campus ministry.