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Lacrosse Wolves Take St. Thomas More, Set to Face Mandeville and Catholic High (B.R.) in Homefield Double-Header Weekend

(LAFAYETTE, La.) The #1 state-ranked Wolves faced off against the #2 state-ranked St. Thomas More Cougars on a cool Lafayette Saturday (March 3) afternoon in a tough back and forth in which the Wolves secured a victory by a scoreline of 10-6. This win sets the pace for the rest of the Wolves’ season, and […]

GALLERY: Basketball Wolves Defeat Brother Martin in Quarterfinals, Will Face Catholic High in Semifinals

UPDATED: March 8, 2018 12:58 p.m. (COVINGTON, La.) The St. Paul’s Wolves basketball team defeated the Brother Martin Crusaders by a score of 78-66 in the LHSAA quarterfinal match on Friday, March 2, sending the Wolves to the semifinals to face Catholic High on Thursday, March 8. Senior Parker Edwards finished with 35 points, and […]

30-Year Veteran Wrestling Coach Retires as Head Coach, Team Places Fourth in State.

(Covington, La.) Monday morning (Feb. 19), Coach Craig Ketelsen announced that he would be retiring as head coach after 30 years of service. He takes with him almost 20 consecutive years of district titles, two state titles, years of personal wrestling experience, 351 dual meet victories, and the title of 2017 NFSH Lousiana wrestling coach […]

‘Goals for Graham’ Charity Project Honors Memory of SPS Lacrosse Alumnus

(COVINGTON, La.) Two members of the St. Paul’s lacrosse team have created a charity drive this year in remembrance of Graham Jordan.  Jordan was an Honor graduate of St. Paul’s in 2014 and a prominent member of the St. Paul’s Lacrosse Wolves; however, Graham tragically passed away last year on Jan. 29, 2017. Jordan’s untimely […]

Wrestling Wolves Finish Fourth in LA Classic, Focus in on State Championship

(Covington, La.) The SPS Wrestling team is looking strong after a strong performance in the LA Classic, held in Baton Rouge on Jan. 12-13, 2018. The Wrestling Wolves placed fourth in the tournament with two of their biggest point scorers missing: Jared Theiler(145) and Brandon Stein(126). Considering the Wolves were only four points behind the […]