NOLA Catholic League

News Archives in February 2015

Brother Martin and Klein win 4th straight state titles

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  • Brother Martin Football
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  • 2/22/15 12:43am

For a fourth straight year, Brother Martin won the Division I state championship while Crusaders wrestler Paul Klein (132) won an individual state title for a fourth straight, the first Louisiana modern era Division I wrestler to accomplish the feat. Yehia Riles (182) and Steven Shields (113) also repeated as state champs for the Crusaders who totaled 310 team points followed by second place Jesuit 270.5 and Holy Cross who finished in the third with 269.5. Keep Reading

Brother Martin and Klein poised for 4-peat

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  • Feature Story
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  • Brother Martin Football
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  • 2/20/15 8:53pm

So far so good for Brother Martin in its quest for a fourth straight team title, and for Crusaders 132 pound wrestler Paul Klein who is looking to make history this weekend at the LHSAA wrestling state championships. No Louisiana Division I wrestler in the modern era (1970) has won four individual state titles, Klein is two wins away from becoming the first. Brother Martin advanced 11 of its 14 wrestlers into the semifinals which will begin at the... Keep Reading

Klein looks for historic 4th individual state title

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  • Feature Story
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  • Brother Martin Football
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  • 2/19/15 1:22pm

When Paul Klein was 12 years old he made a revelation, followed quickly with a proclamation. An avid wrestler himself already in the 6th grade, Klein was helping out at the LHSAA state wrestling championships by making Gatorade for the competitors.  He saw a list of former champions, and noticed many three-time individual state champions, but in the modern era, never a four-time state champ. He quickly told his father Paul Klein, Jr. that he... Keep Reading

Four Rummel players sign on National Signing Day

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  • Feature Story
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  • Rummel Football
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  • 2/5/15 6:04am

They will leave as the most decorated class in Rummel history, and four of those seniors will continue their playing careers in college. On National Signing Day, the following Raiders said their letters-of-intent: Michael Mosley, Louisiana College; Ryan Hanley, Nicholls State; Tyrell Jacobs, Univ of Missouri; Brandon Phillips, Delta State. All four players played instrumental roles in helping the Raiders to a pair of state championships and a state semifinalist appearence over the past three... Keep Reading