Senior Meghan Becerra signed a letter of intent to attend Mississippi College where she will run cross country and track for the Lady Choctaws. Mississippi College is a four-year college affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention and located in Clinton, Mississippi.
Joseph Petz, a 2012 graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas Regional Catholic High School, has been hired as the 2017-18 boys’ soccer coach.
STA junior Darian Boesch presents the school’s trophy for his recent win in the high school class of the National Hot Rod Association Division 4 Summit Drag Racing finals in Ennis, Texas to assistant principal Alicia McDaniel.
Juniors Nicole Francois and David Anthon earn MVP honors.
STA's runners dominated the Tangipahoa All-Parish Cross Country Teams with the boys placing four on the first team and the girls three with first team honors.
Three Saint Thomas Aquinas seniors signed letters of intent recently to play softball at the college level.
Reed Bolton, a 2016 graduate of Saint Thomas Aquinas of Hammond, LA, joined by his parents Tommy and Erin Bolton committed to attend Belhaven University in Jackson, MS. and play baseball for Blazer head coach Hill Denson. Reed, a four-time All-State selection earning both Academic and LSWA honors at STA, will play outfield for the Belhaven Blazers. Reed was a key player in the Falcons run to the LHSAA Class 2A State Championship this year batting lead-off with a .504 on-base percentage while collecting 22 stolen bases on the season. Bolton's commitment makes him the 14th member of the class of 2016 to compete on the collegiate level.
Congratulations to 2016 graduate Ralph Haynes! He has been named to the U.S. Under-19 National Team and will compete in the 2016 International Federation of American Football World Championship.Games kick off on June 30.
Saint Thomas Aquinas senior Madison Lymon signed a letter of intent to attend the University of New Orleans to become a member of the Privateer Track and Field Team. Lymon specializes in field events throwing the disc and hammer.
Falcon Becomes an Eagle
Saint Thomas Aquinas senior Hunter Stanley surrounded by his family, coaches and administration representatives signs a letter of intent to attend Meridian Community College in Meridian, MS where he will play baseball for Coach Dillon Sudduth as a member of the Meridian Eagles.
The Student Council and the Athletics Department joined forces to purchase a 16' x 8' backdrop with both the school logo and athletic logo to be used during photo opportunities. "This will help with so many things, from athletic signings and awards presentations to Grandparent's Day and other events," said Student Council Sponsor Michelle Chauvin. Pictured is the Student Council Executive Board: Nancy Donnes, Treasurer; Camryn Flanagan, Historian; Jacob Deliberto, Secretary; Chloe Chauvin, President; and Reagan Greer, Vice-President.