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Comets face Donaldsonville team filled with offensive weapons

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  • 10/10/17 6:16pm

Facing a team blessed with size, speed and athleticism, the St. Charles Catholic Comets may have to pick and choose which Donaldsonville Tigers they will try to contain when the teams meet Friday in Laplace. “I don’t know if you ever stop them. You just have to try to slow them down,” St. Charles coach Frank Monica said of the Tigers. St. Charles and Donaldsonville enter the game both 5-1 on... Keep Reading

Tran’s all-purpose effort leads Comets to 45-0 win over Lusher

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  • 10/7/17 3:40am

Phillip Tran scored a total of four touchdowns and amassed 255 all-purpose yards as St. Charles Catholic defeated Lusher 45-0 in the District 10-3A opener at Brees Family Field on Friday night in New Orleans. Touchdown runs of 2 an 30 yards by Tran staked the Comets to a 13-0 lead after one quarter. St. Charles (5-1 overall, 1-0 in district) put the game away with a 24-point second quarter to lead 37-0 at halftime. Tran&rsquo... Keep Reading

Comets look to get swagger back in district opener at Lusher Lions

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  • 10/3/17 1:14pm

A bigger, more physical East Ascension squad managed to control the line of scrimmage and the clock to take a 21-2 victory last Friday that handed St. Charles Catholic its first loss of the season. “They were big and physical. We didn’t block them at the line of scrimmage,” Comets coach Frank Monica said. “We tried to win the game by throwing the football when we got behind and we... Keep Reading

Injury-depleted St. Charles Comets fall to EA for first loss of season

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  • 9/30/17 5:00am

Jimel London rushed for two touchdowns and Jason Wakefield passed for 216 yards as East Ascension handed visiting St. Charles Catholic its first loss of the season with a 21-2 win Friday night in Gonzales. “It was a case of us not being able to handle their linemen on the offensive side of the ball or the defensive side of the ball. We were poorly prepared for the game. I think our kids played hard... Keep Reading

Marbley, Jackson making mark in senior season for Green Wave

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  • 9/28/17 4:19pm

NEW ORLEANS - It was gut-check time for the Tulane football team late in the Green Wave’s game last Saturday afternoon versus Army at Yulman Stadium. The Black Knights had just scored to take a 17-14 lead and Tulane had the ball at its own 25-yard line with 5:32 left in the game. With the way Army controlled the clock in the second half with its relentless triple-option attack, the Green Wave knew it... Keep Reading