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News Archives in November 2011

St. Charles Comets not satisfied after big playoff win over Rayne

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  • 11/25/11 10:14am

If you would have walked on to the football field at Rayne High School, following Friday’s Class 3A quarterfinal showdown, the only way you would have known who won the game would be to glance at the scoreboard. It read: St. Charles 52 Rayne 24. But there was no celebrating coming from the Comets’ post-game gathering. Far from it. “We didn’t play well,” said a noticeably miffed St. Charles coach... Keep Reading

Comets take battle of unbeatens with 31-6 win over Patterson

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  • 11/18/11 10:07am

With all the talk of St. Charles having been ranked No. 1 most of the season in Class 3A, yet being a No. 2 seed, and with Patterson having been ranked No. 2 but went into the playoffs as a No. 15 seed, No. 200 snuck up on people. St. Charles’ 31-6 home win over Patterson on Friday night in the regional round of the playoffs marked win No. 200 for Frank Monica as a high school coach. “I... Keep Reading

Comets cruise past Kaplan in opening round of Class 3A playoffs

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  • 11/11/11 10:29pm

By Rishi Desai The loss of star running back Lazedrick Thompson last week did not seem to show at all in St. Charles’ first-round playoff game as the Comets defeated Kaplan 48-6 Friday night. With the win, the 11-0 Comets advance to the Class 3A regionals. St. Charles will host Patterson, a 42-28 winner over Brusly. St. Charles jumped out to a 7-0 lead when senior Jeffrey Hall returned a punt 64 yards for a... Keep Reading

SCC ends regular season unbeaten; Thompson suffers knee injury

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  • 11/4/11 10:23pm

On a night full of emotion, St. Charles put the finishing touches on a perfect 10-0 regular season by registering a fourth-straight shutout, handily disposing of visiting E.D. White 58-0. Led by four touchdown passes from Donnie Savoie and a defense that created six turnovers, the Comets left little doubt concerning the first 10-0 regular season in the history of St. Charles Catholic. “It started off last year in the spring,” said... Keep Reading