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Senior Will Hetzinger, a four-year letterman in football at Saint Thomas Aquinas, signed a letter of intent to attend West Point and become a member of the Black Knights. Hetzinger’s performance as a punter averaging 46 yards per punt, earned him All-State honors in 2016. Having the ability to hit 50+ yard punts from the line of scrimmage had him recognized as a D1 leg this year. Not only is Hetzinger a member of the 30 Plus ACT Club, Student Council Vice President, and editor of the yearbook, he is a football captain and a member of the basketball, soccer, and track teams.  (seated)  Mark Trapen, Will Hetzinger, and Michelle Trapen. (standing)  Morgan Trapen, Adam Hetzinger, Hutch Gonzales, Randell Legette, Tommy Bolton, and Mason Trapen. 

Seven Falcons Sign Collegiate Letters of Intent on National Signing Day

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Congratulations to today's National Signing Day signees from STA's Class of 2018. These student-athletes have all signed letters of commitment to play on the collegiate level. They are Champ Artigues, Louisiana Tech University, baseball; Karlee Kraft, Southeastern Louisiana University, softball; Haleigh Laylle, Baton Rouge Community College, softball; Mia Milton, Southeastern Louisiana University, soccer; Leslie Matherne, Rhodes College, softball; Nicole Francois, Southeastern Louisiana University, cross country; and Alex Egan, Jones Community College, baseball.


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Melanie Bouterie Kramer is returning to St. Thomas Aquinas Regional Catholic High School as head coach for the Lady Falcons Basketball team, as well as in a new position as academic coordinator.

Cheerleaders start the year with a bang

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STA's Cheerleaders recently attended a Universal Cheerleaders Association camp in Panama City Beach, Fl., where they participated in workshops on game day training, pep rallies, and stunting techniques. They competed in the large varsity division and were named Game Day champions, as well as placing second in Cheer. They received the coveted Leadership Award, which is voted on by the approximately 25 other teams in attendance at the camp. Seniors Traci Carollo, Angie G'sell, Bailey Cavallero, Isabel Oliva, and Maci Collins were selected as All-American Cheerleaders.