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Nash named RPF.com Player of the Week

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  • 9/10/15 6:32am

Next man up. It's a phrase used in every level of football. When a starter suffers and injury, his backup must be ready to step into the role. St. Charles sophomore quarterback Lloyd Nash had just that scenario unfold in the Comets season opener at Thibodaux. Nash was more than ready and when he entered the game in the second quarter his performance was so good, it earned him the Week 1 Buckwalter Insurance... Keep Reading

Comets cruise to 41-0 victory over Grace King

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  • 11/8/14 12:37am

Erron Lewis rushed for three touchdowns while St. Charles Catholic’s defense and special teams came up with big plays as the Comets blanked Grace King 41-0 in non-district action Friday night in Laplace to close out the 2014 regular season. The win improved the Comets to 8-2 overall and secured an opening-round bye in the Division II playoffs. “We were hoping to get our eighth win of the season. With the schedule we... Keep Reading

Lewis named Buckwalter Insurance RPF Player of the Week

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  • 9/20/14 2:51pm

St. Charles running back Erron Lewis has been named the Buckwalter Insurance River Parish Player of the week for his week No.2 performace against East Jefferson. Lewis rushed for 150 yards on 17 carries, including four touchdowns as the Comets snapped the defending 4A state champions 16-game win streak in convincing fashion 49-14. Click on the above video for interviews with Lewis and SCC coach Frank Monica. Keep Reading

St. Charles tops Southern Lab 31-12 in season opener

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  • 9/5/14 10:55pm

Playing as the “visiting” team on their home field, St. Charles Catholic started the season with a 31-12 victory over Southern Lab, which could not secure a venue for the season-opening game. “I think that was crucial,” said St. Charles coach Frank Monica.  “It’s always nice to be on your home turf because you know the surroundings you’re very familiar with it; you know your... Keep Reading