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    Weekly Roundup 2/24/21

    The Comets were very busy this past week. They hosted the district tournament at SCC. They started off the tournament with a big win against South Plaquemine with a final of 49-44, which was also the night the Comets celebrated their four seniors Thomas Chapman, Christopher White, Kamren Campbell, and Troy Johnson. The comets were supposed to play Newman in the second round of the tournament, but Newman decided they would not participate at the last minute. This provided the Comets with a free ride to the championship game. However, that Friday night, instead of taking a day off the Comets went play at Thomas Jefferson. It was a very competitive game, but the Comets could not pull out the win losing 55-46. Then the comets played Saturday against Morris Jeff in the district championship. The Comets lost 71-42, but kept there heads high and are now on to the first round of the state playoffs to face Lafayette Christian. STAY TUNED!!!


    Comets Host District Tournament

    2021 District 11-2A Basketball Tournament
    (Modified Schedule for 2021)

    Game 1​ - 5:30 p.m. - (7) Cohen at (2) Morris Jeff Game 2 ​- 5:30 p.m. - (6) Fisher at (3) Sarah T. Reed

    Thursday, February 18

    Game 3​ - 5:00 p.m. - (5) South Plaquemines at (4) St. Charles Semifinals ​(at St. Charles)

    Friday, February 19

    Game 5​ - 12:00 p.m. - (1) Newman vs. Game 3 winner Game 6​ - 3:00 p.m. - Game 1 winner vs. Game 2 winner

    Championship ​(at St. Charles)
    Saturday, February 20
    Game 9​ - 1:00 p.m. - Game 5 winner vs. Game 6 winner


    Consolation Bracket

    Friday, February 19

    Game 4​ - Time TBD - Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2

    Saturday, February 20

    Game 7​ - Time TBD - Winner Game 4 vs. Loser Game 3 Game 8​ - Time TBD - Game 5 loser vs. Game 6 loser

    Consolation Bracket Notes:

    -  If St. Charles is the Loser of Game 3 or the Loser of Game 5, they will ​host​ their Saturday consolation game (regardless of seeding) three hours after the start of the championship.
    -  All consolation games are optional and should take place at higher seeds, unless another location has been agreed upon. Consolation hosts are responsible for securing refs for their games.

    Weekly Roundup 2/2/21

    The Comets were very competitive this past week!! They played Albany at home Tuesday in a defensive battle until the final quarter when the Comets wnet on a 17-0 run winning 34-26. The Comets were led by an impressive performance by sophmore guard, Devon Stirgus, posting 12 points. The Comets were also in a tough battle versus St. Martins on Friday and ended up falling short 57-49. Senior forward Kamren Campbell had a fantastic game posting 15 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 steals. Make sure you stay tuned for when the Comets touch the floor again!!


    Weekly Roundup 1/22/21

    THE COMETS ARE ON A ROLL!!! This past weekend the Comets went 2-1 at the St. John of Plaquemine Tournament, securing wins over St. John and False River and falling short to Glenn Oaks. This past Tuesday the Comets played away at West St. John, wnning comfortably 77-35. Senior gaurd Thomas Chapman had a career game, posting 28 points, 6 assists, and 8 steals. This past Thursday the Comets faced St. John of Plaquemine at home, winning 44-17. Senior gaurd Chris White had this to say,"I love the way we are competing right now on this four game win streak, but we have to stay focused on dominating our next opponent and the ultimate goal, the state championship." The Comets look to extend their win streak against Albany at home this Tuesday. STAY TUNED!!



    Weekly Roundup 1/11/21

    THE COMETS ARE HOT!!! This past week the comets played their first two home games with the return of the players from football, winning both comfortably. They beat West St. John Tuesday 62-38 and were led by seniors Thomas Chapman And Kamren Campbell. They also beat Pope John Paul on Thursday 64-41. Senior Thomas Chapman said, "It feels great to be back in winning formation and we are looking forward to taking this momentum into next week during our tough away game stretch." Make sure to tune in every week to stay updated!!


    Weekly Roundup (12/18/20)

    COMETS WIN!!! The Comet boys baskteball team secured their first victory of the season against Maurepas, by a score of 60-32. The Comets were led by senior, Thomas Chapman, recording 19 points, 7 rebounds, and 6 steals. Junior big man, Kobe Carter, also led the pack, posting 15 points and 12 rebounds. Following a slow 1-4 start to the season, the comets look to take the momentum off of this win into this weekend when the travel to Lafyette to play in the Westminister Christian Tournament. 


    2020-21 Season Preview

    IT IS THAT TIME OF THE YEAR!!! The St. Charles Catholic Boys Basketball team is looking to bounce back into winning form off a historic season last year. Head coach, Jeff Montz, had this to say,"The St. Charles Catholic Boys’ Basketball team has been working diligently as seniors Thomas Chapman and Delvin Guitroz pave the way until their fellow game experienced seniors, Chris White and Kameron Campbell come from football.  Devon Stirgus will also return as an experienced starter to join other varsity returners Bryson Prater, Hunter Monistere, Kobe Carter, Christian Riviere, and Blaize Loescher.  Rounding out the roster will be a host of newcomers yet to be solidified.  The Comet J.V. team has also played one game that went down to the wire with Vandebilt Catholic. The Comets hope to work their way back into the playoff form that they demonstrated last year as the season progresses. The Comets are coached by Mr. Montz and assisted by Mr. Zack Weber and Mr. Clarence Dupepe.  Coach Montz hopes that restrictions will be lifted at some point so that the Comets can perform in front of more boisterous Comet Crazed fans in the near future." Be sure to catch the next big Comet game on the schedule posted on te school website!!


    Basketball Boys 2019-2020


    2019-2020 Season Wrap Up

    2019-2020 Season Wrap Up

    The Comets fell short in a hard fought game against three time defending champion Lafayette Christian Academy 46-30. The boys team accomplished many of their goals this year. They became the winningest boys basketball team in Comet history and was one game away from a semifinal appearance. 

    Seniors Christian Montz, Owen Bourgeois, and Justin Dumas received all district honors along with Co Most Valuable Defensive Player Kameron Campbell. Christian Montz was also chosen to represent SCC at the River Parish All Star Game on March 28. 

    Coach Montz thanked all fans and his players saying "We are grateful for the contribution of all our players, especially our outgoing seniors- Owen Bourgeois, Tyler DeLaneuville, Christian Montz, Justin Dumas, Reggie Hackett, and Philip Tran."team pic

    Ascension Episcopal

    The Comets started off the playoffs with a win against 10th seed Ascension Episcopal on Friday night!

    The team proved their dominance on the defensive end allowing their oppenent to only 13 points through the first three quarters along with 4 steals and 2 chargers taken. The Comets stayed solid on the offensive end never letting up on their lead for the whole game.

    The leading scorers were Christian Montz(13 points and 5 rebounds) and Owen Bourgeois(13 points and 6 rebounds). The Comets will look foward to continue their success against a very good tough Lafayette Christian Academy on Thursday. montz

    District Tournament

    The Comets had a dominating victory Tuesday night against Fisher to start off district. The final score was 78-23. 

    The Comets started off strong scoring 27 points in the first quarter and holding their opponent to under 10 points each quarter for the rest of the game. This was the largest win for the team of the year. The leading performers for the team were Christian Montz (27 points 7 rebounds), Christopher White (10 points 5 assists), and Kamren Campbell (8 points 12 rebounds). 

    The Comets will face off against Morris Jeff this Friday in the semifinal game of the tournament at Newman. 

    The Comets beat Morris Jeff in the semifinal game of the district tournament 75-50 and will play Newman in the championship game! The team played a stong all around game and despite their lead getting cut into, they never gave it up. 

    The leading performers for the team were Chrsitian Montz(25 points 9 rebounds), Justin Dumas(13 points 3 assists), and Owen Bourgeois(10 points 5 assists). 

    The Comets played a hard fought game against a very skilled Newman team in the championship but came up short in the end. The leading scorers for the team were Kamren Campbell(15 points 4 rebounds) and Christian Montz(12 points 7 rebounds).


    Senior Night

    The Comets celebrated "Senior Night" with a victory against Thomas Jefferson on Thursday night. Five seniors started the game and put up an impressive lead that the Comets would build on for the rest of the game. The team held off a late rally by Thomas Jefferson to secure their victory in the fourth quarter. The leading scorers were Christian Montz (20 points 6 rebounds), Owen Bourgeios (17 points 2 steals), Justin Dumas (7 points 7 rebounds), and Reggie Hackett (6 points 5 Rebounds). 

    Earlier in the week the Comets 9 game winning streak was snapped against a very tough Terrebone team. The leading scorers were Christian Montz (13 points 8 rebounds), Owen Bourgeios (10 points 6 rebounds), and Justin Dumas (8 points 2 steals), but put on an impressive performance for their senior night. 

    The Comets will look to get a another victory against district opponent Fisher on Tuesday at 6:00 pm. The game will played in the Comet Gym and is part of the district tournament.

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    St. John of Plaquemines/ Morris Jeffbrown

    The first game of the week for the Comets was against St. John of Plaquemines. The Comets played a hard fought game and won with a score of 52-44. The Comets were led by Tyler Delauneville with 11 points and Owen Bourgeois with 9 points. 

    The Comets were back in action the next day against Morris Jeff. The Comets shot 56% from behind the three point line and won with the score 76-32. The Comets were led by Owen Bourgeois with 16 points, Christian Montz and Justin Dumas both had 12 points. 

    The Comets have now won 10 games in a row and have improved their record to 19-9. The Comets will have their alumni night on Monday against a very good Terrebonne team and will go for their 20th win of the season.    

    Pope John Paul/ Berwick 

    The Comets got a big road win against Pope John Paul 61-50. The Comets were led by Christian Montz with 18 points and 9 rebounds, Owen Bourgeois with 16 points and 11 rebounds, and Kamren Campbell with 10 points and 4 rebounds. 

    The next game was played in the Comet gym against Berwick. The Comets had the game under control from the tip and earned a commanding victory with a score of 61-36. The Comets shot 43% from the field and had a season low in turnovers. The Comets were led by Justin Dumas and Kamren Campbell who each had 11 points. Dumas

    The Comets have improved their record to 17-9. Their next game will be at St. John of Plaquemines on Monday (1/27.) Their next home game will be on Tuesday (1/28) against Morris Jeff.


    West St. John/Covenant Christian/ Pope John Paul

    Reggie The Comets opened up the week with a close win over West St. John 45-43. The Comets were led by Owen Bourgeois with 12 points, Justin Dumas with 11 points, and Christian Montz with 10 points. When asked about the victory Christian Montz said, "We didn't play our best. At some point we got really sloppy and started making mindless mistakes which kept the game close." 

    The Comets won against Covenant Christian 58-26. The Comets were led by Christian Montz with 17 points and Justin Dumas with 10 points. It was an impressive performance by the Comets!

    The next day, the Comets were back in action taking on Pope John Paul. The Comets won the game 76-44, which was their largest victory of the season. The Comets were led by Justin Dumas with 14 points, 4 rebounds, and 2 assists. Owen Bourgeois also had 13 points, 7 rebounds, and 7 assists. Thomas Chapman said "We found a way to get good looks at the basket and get the match ups we want inside and out. That's why it was our highest scoring game of the year."

    The Comets will be back in action against Pope John Paul and Berwick next week. The Comets currently hold on to a 16-9 record and have a chance to improve that next week.

    JS Clark/Vandebilt

    The Comets opened their week with an exciting victory over JS Clark Leadership 52-45. The Comets were led by Owen Bourgeois with 20 points and Christian Montz with 15 points. This was a much needed victory for the Comets to raise their power ranking.

    The Comets traveled to Vandebilt on Friday night and left with a 51-46 victory. The Comets were led by Owen Bourgeois with 15 points, Chris White with 11 points, Christian Montz with 10 points, Kamren Campbell with 8 points, and Justin Dumas with 7 points. The Comets are having a stellar season up to this point.

    Teurlings Tournament

    Teurlings Tournament

    The Comets opened up their tournament against Notre Dame with a victory. The Comets were led by Christian Montz with 17 points, Tyler Delauneville with 12 points, and Owen Bourgeis with 11 points. 

    The Comets had a hard fought loss to a skilled Opelousas Catholic team. The Comets struggled with injuries and bad play during the most important part of the game. 

    In the last game of the tournament, the Comets beat Family Christian 50-41. The Comets were led by Christian Montz with 13 points and Chris White with 10 points. 

    The Comets finished the tournament with a 2-1 record and raised their power ranking by a large amount.

    Holiday Roundup

    Episcopal Tournament

    The Comets had a strong weekend in the Episcopal tournament, which resulted in the Comets going 2-1 on the weekend. The Comets knocked off Pearl River in the opening round of the tournament. The team, shooting more than 70% from the field, was led by Tyler Delauneville with 11 points and Owen Bourgeois with 10 points.

    Montz The Comets also handed Central Private a loss on their season with a 56-30 victory. The Comets shot 46% from three-point range and were led by Tyler Delauneville with 17 points and Christian Montz with 16 points.

    The Comets then lost the final game of the tournament to a very good Newman team. Despite the loss, Christian Montz still finished with 14 points and three rebounds.



    Northlake Christian/South Lafourche

    The Comets finished 1-2 in the Northlake Christian tournament last week. They played a very skilled Northlake team and struggled on both sides of the court. The team played well against a good Covington team and almost pulled together a come from behind victory but it was not enough. The only win in the tournament came against Pope John Paul II on Saturday morning. tyler

    The leading contributors for the Comets were Tyler DeLaneuville( 19 points and 5 steals) Owen Bourgeois(14 points and 3 rebounds) and Thomas Chapman(11 points and 4 rebounds).  

    The Comets played with their returning football players on Tuesday night, but it was not enough against a well coached South Lafourche team. The team was able to keep up in the first quarter only down by one but then could not recover from a big second quarter deficit. 

    The leading scorers were Christian Montz(11 point and 5 rebounds) Tyler DeLaneuville(10 points and 3 steals) and Owen Bourgeois(6 points and 4 rebounds). The Comets will look to bounce back Friday night against Ascension Christian.

    Vandebilt/St. Martin Tournament

    The Comets opened their season opener against Vandebilt Catholic on Tuesday night in a 49-36 loss.

    The Comets struggled to find a groove on offense in the first half. Foul trouble and an excessive amount of defensive possessions wore out the team and built on more obstacles to overcome finding themselves in a deep hole. 

    The two main contributors for the Comets were Owen Bourgeois(16 points and 5 rebounds) and Tyler DeLaneuville(12 points and 2 steals). bb owen

     The Comets traveled over the Thanksgiving break to compete in the St. Martins Tournament. 

    The team finished 1-2 on the week and played in tough games against good teams without their football team back from the playoffs who make up a lot of their team. The Comet's best game and only win came against the host team St. Martin in a 40-38 win.  

    It was a back and forth exciting game. It came down to the fourth quarter where the Comets were done by two then were put ahead by a three by Tyler DeLaneuville with under a minute and a late free throw by Owen Bourgeois sealed the victory.

    The Comets played an overall solid and well played game deserving of their first win. The top scorers of the game were Tyler DeLaneuville(20 points and 3 steals) and Owen Bourgeois(17 points and 6 assists). 

    Season Preview

    The Comets defeated French Settlement in their first scrimmage 49-37. 

    The team were led by their two returning seniors Tyler DeLaneuville and Owen Bourgeois who combined for a total of 33 points in their victory. 

    Coach Jeff Montz, a returning girls and boys basketball coach from years past, took this year's team to coach once again. 

    The Comets played a tough and physical game and held the lead for almost the entire game. Defense was a main focus of the team and it showed in the game. The Comets had 17 steals and 4 blocks which proved a major role in the outcome of the game. The leading scorers were Owen Bourgeois(18 points, 7 rebounds) Tyler DeLaneuville(15 points, 4 steals) and Delvin Guitroz(7 points, 2 steals). 

    The Comets are looking to continue their success next week in the St. Martin's tournament. 



    Basketball Boys 2018-2019

    The Comets Season Comes to a Close

    The Comets fall short to David Thibedaux in the second round of the playoffs. 

    Jason Bosco had an outstanding performance putting up 23 points in his final game as a senior.

    Senior Joe Mamou also helped out with the scoring making 12 points. 

    The Comets were only down 1 at the end of the first half 26-25.

    The Comets had a tough third quarter and had a tough time recovering from the deficit.

    Comets Celebrate Senior Night and 1000 Point Club

    The Comets finish their regular season games.

    They earned a first round bye and will play the first round of playoffs on Monday, Februrary 25, at 6 PM in Lafayette against David Thibodaux.

    Seniors Jason Bosco and Joe Mamou played their last home game on Friday Night against St. James high school. 

    Jordan Arceneaux, teamates of Jason and Joe, was honored at the game for making the 1000 point club. 

    Comets Season is Coming to a Close

    The Comets Fall Short Against St. James (La)

    In a great showing, Justin Dumas scored 17 points, but this was not enough as the Comets fell to St. James 64-48.

    Dumas was strong from the field for the Comets making 73% (8-for-11) of shots attempted.

    Tyler Delanuville notched two three-pointers and scored six points total. Joe Mamou achieved double digits, scoring 12 points for the Comets (6-for-11). Also chipping in for the Comets were Jason Bosco (8 points, 8 rebounds, 2 steals) and Christian Montz (5 points, 6 rebounds).

    The Comets finished the game with 29 rebounds (10 offensive / 19 defensive) and seven steals.

    The Comets Fall Short Against De La Salle (New Orleans, La)

    The Comets fell to De La Salle on Tuesday, 52-41, even with Jason Bosco scoring 11 points.

    Despite a strong finish, with 15 points in the final quarter, the Comets failed to secure the win.

    Bosco made 75% (3-for-4) of free throws attempted.

    Also contributing for the Comets were Owen Bourgeois (8 points, 8 rebounds), Tyler Delanuville (7 points, 4 rebounds), Justin Dumas (7 points, 4 rebounds, 1 steal), Christian Montz (5 points, 1 rebound, 1 block), and Joe Mamou (3 points, 2 rebounds).

    The Comets finished the game with 29 rebounds (7 offensive / 22 defensive), one block and one steal.

    Senior Night

    Please join the SCC Comet basketball team for a night of fun and fellowship on Friday, February 15. The Comets will host St. James with the JV game starting at 5 and Varsity will follow at 6. The Comets will celebrate senior night honoring seniors Jason Bosco and Joe Mamou.

    Members of the 1000 point club will be honored at half time of the Varsity game. Jordan Arceneaux, class of 2017, will be inducted into this club 

    Previous members include Erin Bacas, Erica Bacas, Brooke Becker, Courtney Bonura, Jonathan Bonura, Michael Bonura, Andrew Coleman, Ronnie Davis, Liz Dufresne,Ed Jackson, Nolan Louque, Mike Mustian, Daress Nicholas, Chris Oney, Tony Pastor, Lance Peytavin, Courtney Simon, Frank Smith, Michael Troglen, Paul Waguespack, Michael Williams, and Henry Wolfe.

    The Comets Battle Against District

    St. Charles Catholic Comets Varsity Fall To Lusher (New Orleans, LA)

    In spite of a solid performance from Jason Bosco with 14 points, the Comets fell to Lusher 57-43 in the third quarter.

    The Comets pulled ahead early with a 16-point first quarter, eventually claiming a 27-26 lead by halftime. This, however, wasn't enough to pull past Lusher's 31 points in the final two quarters of the game.

    Bosco sunk the most baskets during the first period, earning seven points for the Comets.

    Christian Montz went into double digits, scoring 11 points for the Comets (5-for-13). Also chipping in for the Comets were Tyler Delanuville (9 points, 4 rebounds), Owen Bourgeois (5 points, 5 rebounds), Joe Mamou (2 points, 2 rebounds, 2 steals), and Justin Dumas (2 points, 3 rebounds).

    The Comets finished the game with 24 rebounds (8 offensive / 16 defensive) and three steals.Justin, Jason, Chris

     St. Charles Catholic Comets Varsity Fall Short Against St James

    The Comets fell to St James on Tuesday, 55-46, despite Jason Bosco putting 13 points on the scoreboard.

    Despite scoring a game-high 19 points during the first quarter, the Comets lost momentum quickly, trailing 29-28 by the half.

    Bosco was the front runner for the Comets offense with 13 points, including six during the second period. He also contributed five rebounds.

    Two other players also added ten or more points for the Comets. Tyler Delanuville scored 10 points. Owen Bourgeois hit two three-pointers and scored 12 points total. Also contributing for the Comets were Christian Montz (5 points, 2 rebounds, 1 block) and Joe Mamou (5 points, 2 rebounds).

    The Comets finished the game with 19 rebounds (4 offensive / 15 defensive), one block and six steals.


    The Comets Lose To De La Salle (New Orleans, LA)

    Despite Jason Bosco putting 13 points on the board, the Comets lost to De La Salle 57-30.

    With a game-high 11 points during the second quarter, the Comets finished the first half strong.

    Bosco was the front runner for the Comet's offense with 13 points, including seven during the second period. He also contributed six rebounds.

    Also helping the effort for the Comets were Justin Dumas (5 points, 3 rebounds), Tyler Delanuville (4 points, 5 rebounds), Owen Bourgeois (3 points, 2 rebounds, 1 block), Joe Mamou (3 points, 4 rebounds), and Christian Montz (2 points, 4 rebounds).

    The Comets finished the game with 28 rebounds (9 offensive / 19 defensive) and one block.


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    The Comets Fall Short Against Lusher

    The Comets Varsity Lose To Lusher (New Orleans, LA)

    In a great showing, Jason Bosco scored 11 points, but this was not enough as the Comets fell to Lusher 51-28. Even though the Comets added 11 points in the final quarter, it wasn't enough to overcome their opponent.

    The Comets offense was led by Bosco, who scored 11 points, including six during the first period.chris

    Also helping the effort for the Comets were Christian Montz (9 points, 5 rebounds, 1 block), Joe Mamou (3 points, 2 rebounds), Tyler Delanuville (2 points, 4 rebounds), and White (2 points).

    The Comets finished the game with 24 rebounds (4 offensive / 20 defensive) and one block.

    Break Wrap Up

    The Comets are on a three game winning streak defeating Ascension Christian, Ascension Catholic, and a huge victory against Lutcher. 

    They played hard every game and came out victorious. 

    Jason Bosco was the leading scorer all three games with Christian Montz not too far behind.

    Joe Mamou scored double digits and was a huge contributor on the defense of end.t

    St. Charles Catholic Comets Varsity Notch A Win Against Lutcher (LA)

    Jason Bosco's 25 points propelled the Comets to a 55-49 victory over Lutcher on Saturday.

    With a 16-point first quarter, the Comets pulled ahead early on the strength of a 13-4 run, eventually claiming a 26-23 lead by halftime.

    Bosco shot well from the field, making 37% (7-for-19) of shots attempted as well as 38% (5-for-13) of threes attempted. He also was successful from the line, making 75% (6-for-8) of free throws attempted.

    Christian Montz tapped out at double digits, scoring 11 points for the Comets (3-for-7). Also helping the effort for the Comets were Tyler Delanuville (5 points), Justin Dumas (5 points, 6 rebounds, 3 steals), and Owen Bourgeois (2 points, 4 rebounds, 1 block).

    The Comets finished the game with 23 rebounds (2 offensive / 21 defensive), three blocks and five steals.

    Comets Defeat Ascension Christian

    The Comets Emerge Victorious Against Ascension Christian (Gonzales, LA)

    The Comets were victorious against Ascension Christian 70-43 on Thursday with the help of Christian Montz, who scored 17 points.

    The Comets were leading 37-15 at the end of the first half after a strong 18-3 run. Scoring a game-high 20 points in the third quarter on the strength of a 16-2 run, the Comets solidified their lead late in the game.

    Montz was on the ball from the field, making 78% (7-for-9) of shots attempted.jd cm

    Joe Mamou (8 points) and White (8 points) each contributed multiple three-pointers. Also chipping in for the Comets were Jason Bosco (9 points, 3 rebounds, 1 block), Owen Bourgouis (8 points, 8 rebounds, 1 block), Tyler Delanuville (7 points, 5 rebounds), Justin Dumas (7 points, 9 rebounds, 1 block), Kobe Burke (4 points, 1 rebound, 1 steal), and Reggie Hackett (2 points, 3 rebounds).

    The Comets finished the game with 39 rebounds (8 offensive / 31 defensive), five blocks and six steals.

    The Comets will resume play on Friday the 13th away against Destrehan at 7.

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    Northlake Christian Tournament

    The Comets went 2-1 in their tournament improving their record to 5-3.

    The Comets Notch A Win Against Northlake Christian (Covington, La)

    Jason Bosco scored 24 points to bring the Comets to a 55-36 victory over Northlake Christian on Saturday.

    A 18-5 run during the first quarter helped the Comets take the lead 33-24 by halftime.

    Bosco shot well from the field, making 48% (10-for-21) of shots attempted as well as 36% (4-for-11) of threes attempted.

    Joe Mamou sank two three-pointers and scored 22 points total. Also chipping in for the Comets were Owen Bourgeois (5 points, 2 rebounds, 2 steals) and Justin Dumas (4 points, 8 rebounds, 1 steal).

    The Comets finished the game with 26 rebounds (6 offensive / 20 defensive) and 10 steals.joe

    The Comets Defeat Thomas Jefferson (Gretna, La)

    Jason Bosco scored 25 points to bring the Comets to a 67-41 victory over Thomas Jefferson on Friday.

    At the end of a successful first half, the Comets led 31-24 on the strength of a 15-4 run.

    Bosco shot well from the field, making 57% (8-for-14) of shots attempted as well as 58% (7-for-12) of threes attempted.

    Three other players also scored in the double digits for the Comets. Justin Dumas scored 13 points, Owen Bourgeois put up 10 points, and Joe Mamou contributed 10 points. Also chipping in for the Comets were Tyler Delanuville (6 points, 1 rebound), Reggie Hackett (2 points, 3 rebounds), and White (2 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal). Dumas was a big defensive contributor as well, racking up four rebounds and five steals.

    The Comets finished the game with 24 rebounds (6 offensive / 18 defensive) and nine steals.

    The Comets Fall Short Against Archbishop Hannan (Covington, La)

    Despite Justin Dumas putting 13 points on the board, the Comets lost to Archbishop Hannan 54-42.

    Dumas led St. Charles Catholic's offense, going 3-for-6 (50%) from the field while also sinking 75% (6-for-8) of free throws attempted.

    Also contributing for the Comets were Owen Bourgeois (8 points, 4 rebounds), Jason Bosco (8 points, 5 rebounds, 1 block), Tyler Delanuville (7 points, 3 rebounds), and Joe Mamou (6 points, 3 rebounds).

    The Comets finished the game with 23 rebounds (8 offensive / 15 defensive), one block and one steal.

    The Comets will play home on Thursday against Ascension Christian at 7.

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    Assumption Tournament

    The Comets won three straight games and won the Assumption tournament.

    Jason Bosco earned all tournament first team.

    The Comets Defeat Berwick (LA)

    Jason Bosco's 27 points propelled the Comets to a 62-44 victory over Berwick on Saturday.

    The Comets pulled ahead early with a 23-point first quarter, eventually claiming a 37-20 lead by halftime.

    Bosco was the front runner for the Comets offense with 27 points, including 10 during the second period. He also contributed nine rebounds.owen/jason

    Two other players also racked up double digit scores for the Comets. Joe Mamou contributed 14 points and Owen Bourgeois racked up 10 points. Also contributing for the Comets were Justin Dumas (6 points, 3 rebounds), Reggie Hackett (3 points, 2 rebounds), and Reed (2 points, 2 rebounds, 1 block).

    The Comets finished the game with 27 rebounds (8 offensive / 19 defensive) and three blocks.

    The Comets earned a big Win Versus Central Catholic (Morgan City, LA)

    Jason Bosco scored 24 points to bring St. Charles Catholic to a 47-43 victory over Central Catholic on Friday. On a two-pointer from Bosco, the Comets clinched their win in the fourth quarter. With a 14-point second quarter, the Comets pulled ahead early on the strength of a 9-4 run, eventually boasting a 27-21 lead by halftime. With a field goal percentage of 47% (9-for-19), Bosco had a great game from the field, also sinking 50% (5-for-10) of threes attempted. Also helping the effort for St. Charles Catholic were Justin Dumas (8 points, 6 rebounds, 1 block), Joe Mamou (7 points, 5 rebounds), Owen Bourgeois (6 points, 1 rebound), and Reggie Hackett (2 points, 3 rebounds). The Comets finished the game with 31 rebounds (7 offensive / 24 defensive) and one block. 

    The Comets Win Versus South Terrebonne (Bourg, LA)

    St. Charles Catholic won 51-44 against South Terrebonne on Thursday with the help of Jason Bosco, who scored 18 points. On a two-pointer from Owen Bourgeois, the Comets clinched their win in the fourth quarter.

    The Comets came back forcibly in the final two quarters, after being behind early in the game, trailing 26-23 at the half. The Comets had a late in the game scoring blast, putting up 18 points in the final quarter on the strength of a 16-2 run.

    Bosco led the Comets offense, going 4-for-11 (36%) from the field while also sinking 73% (8-for-11) of free throws attempted.

    Two other players also scored in the double digits for the Comets. Bourgeois contributed 14 points and Tyler Delanuville had 10 points. Also contributing for St. Charles Catholic were Joe Mamou (5 points, 6 rebounds), White (2 points), and Reggie Hackett (2 points, 2 rebounds). Justin Dumas was a big defensive contributor as well, racking up seven rebounds and two blocks. The Comets finished the game with 37 rebounds (5 offensive / 32 defensive) and two blocks.                                                        

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    The Comets Begin the Season

    The Comets defeated St. Martin's in a scrimmage. 

    The Comets won 49-41 against St. Martin’s on Thursday with the help of Jason Bosco, who scored 23 points. On a two-pointer from Bosco, the Comets Varsity secured their lead in the third quarter.

    St. Charles Catholic trailed early, 22-20 by the half, only to come back strong in the final two quarters. St. Charles Catholic cemented their lead in the final quarter, scoring 15 points.

    Bosco was the front runner for St. Charles Catholic's offense with 23 points, including nine during the second period. He also contributed three rebounds.jbosco

    Christian Montz hit double digits, scoring 10 points for SCC (4-for-10). Also contributing for the Comets were Tyler Delanuville (7 points, 5 rebounds), Owen Bourgeois (5 points, 8 rebounds), and Joe Mamou (4 points, 1 rebound).

    St. Charles Catholic finished the game with 25 rebounds (5 offensive / 20 defensive).

    The Comets fell short to Destrehan in their season opener. 

    It was a tough loss, the Comets are playing with five players with others still playing football. 

    Foul trouble was tough and Tyler had an ankle injury.

    Jason Bosco was the leading scorer with 11 points. 

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    Basketball Boys 2017-2018 


    Playoff Roundup

    The Comets had one of the most succesful playoff runs in the school
    montz  history. The Comets defeated Calvary Baptist and Archbishop Hannan, but the dream season came to an end with the loss to Episcopal in the quarterfinals. 

    The first playoff victory for the Comets came against Calvary Baptist by a score 64-39. Top scorers for the Comets was Tommy Charles with 17 points while Jordan Arceneaux and RJ Knighton both put up double digit points. Jason Bosco and RJ Knighton both went 100% from the 3 point line. The Comets advanced.

    The Comets were victorious again in the second round playoff game upsetting number 4 Archbishop Hannan with a score of 54-45. Jordan Arceneaux put up 20 points and 10 rebounds while Tommy Charles and R.J. Knighton each scored 10 points. Charles and Knighton were both 2-2 for 3 pointers. The Comets then advanced to the quarterfinal playoff game.

    It was a tough loss for the Comets against Episcopal. The final score was 46-36. Jordan Arceneaux was the leading scorer for the comets with 18 points and also had 7 rebounds. This was the farthest the Comet basketball team has advanced in over 9 years.

    Head coach Kemper Todd stated "Going to the Quarterfinals for the first time in school history means several things. First and foremost, it means that the seniors on this team accomplished what no other group has in basketball. Jonah, Fernandez, Tommy Charles and captains Sam Delaney and Jordan Arceneaux are to be commended for setting the example of how hard a team must work in order to play at an elite level. They, along with last year's seniors, Jobe Kelly and Zachary Weber are pioneers in putting SCC basketball on the map. Lastly, the experience that sophomores RJ Knighton and Jason Bosco, along with freshmen Owen Bourgeois and Christian Montz gained from playing in three playoff games will, no doubt help in the development of our program. Adding sophomores Joseph Mamou and Kobe Burke, and freshmen Justin Dumas and Tyler Delauneville to this experienced group of underclass men has created an excitement about SCC basketball that has thus far only been experienced in the other major sports. Personally, I am looking forward to seeing just how good these young men can become in the next three years!"  Congratulations Comets for the great season.   


    Comets host Calvary Baptist in playoffs

    The Comets will host Calvary Baptist this friday at 6 pm. The Comets enter the playoffs 13th seed while their opponent, Calvary Baptist, is seeded 20th.  If the Comets win, they will travel to Archbishop Hannan.


    District Roundup - February 8

    bosco The Comets are wrapping up tough district play with a record of 3-5 in district to date. The Comets will travel to Coun
    try Day Friday
    , February 10, and to Newman Tuesday, February 14. The Comets will then await their playoff seed for post season play.

    The Comets beat West St. John Friday, January 20, by a final score of 50-41. Jordan Arceneaux was the leading scorer with 28 points and also had 6 rebounds. Tommy Charles and R.J. Knighton both put up double digit points. 

    The Comets beat Newman Tuesday, January 24, by a final score of 42-35. Jordan Arceneaux had a double double with 21 points and 11 rebounds. R.J. Knighton also contributed 9 points and 2 rebounds.

    The Comets took a tough home loss to Country Day Friday, January 27. R.J.  Knighton and Jordan Arceneaux both put up double digit scoring number with 13 and 20 points respectively. 

    The Comets played Riverside Rebels down to the wire on Wednesday, January 25, in the Comet gym. The final score 68-65 as the Comets fell short in overtime. Jordan Arceneaux hit the buzzer beater 3 pointer at the end of regulation to tie the game. Arceneaux finished with 30 points, 11 rebounds, and 1 block. R.J. Knighton and Tommy Charles both put up double digit scoring numbers with 14 for Knighton and 11 for Charles.


    Weekly Roundup - January 20

    bbrjra The Comets closed out their pre-district schedule by defeating Ascension Christian 46--27 on Saturday, January 7, in Gonzales. Leading scorers were Jordan Arceneaux 23 points and Tommy Charles with 11 points. Arceneaux also led the team with 13 rebounds and 2 assists.

    The Comets opened up district play with a tough 48-44 loss to a very good Sophie Wright team Tuesday, Januaryy 18, at home. Jordan Arceneaux led the Comets with 25 points and  7 rebouinds. 

    The Comets had to do some rearranging of their schedule due to circumstances surrounding the construction at school. The first district game with Riverside has moved to Wednesday, January 25, at Riverside. The second Riverside game will be on Tuesday, Januaury 31, at St. Charles.

    The Comets next district. game will be Friday, January 20, at West St. John.


    Holiday Roundup - January 5

    bbdelaneey The Comets won three and lost two during the holidays. The Comets overall record is 7-7. They will wrap up non-district play Saturday on the road 
    against Ascension Christian. 

    The Comets started off the holidays on a good note by beating Grace King 55-53 on Friday, December 23. Jordan Arceneaux led the team with 23 points and 12 rebounds. Tommy Charles was behind Arceneaux with 12 points.

    After Christmas, the Comets participated in a tournament at UMS-Wright in Mobile, Alabama. The Comets opened up the tournament with a 51-40 win over Gulf Shores. Jordan Arceneaux led the team with 28 points 14 rebounds and Sam Delaney 7 points and 4 rebounds. The Comets dropped their next two games in the tournament. They fell to Chelsea 50-37. Jordan Arceneaux led the team 25 points 10 rebounds. RJ Knighton with 4 points also contributed. St. Charles then lost to Hancock (MS) 54-45. Jordan Arceneaux led the team with 15 points and 5 rebounds followed by RJ Knighton 11 points.

    After the Comets returned home, they defeated Ascension Catholic 76-49 with a great team effort. Jordan Arceneaux, Sam Delaney, Jason Bosco, and Christian Montz all scored double digits. Arceneaux led the team with 10 points and 10 rebounds.

    The Comets first district game will be Friday, January 13 at home hosting Riverside Academy. 


    Runnels Tournament

    The Comets won the first game with a buzzer beater shot by Jordan Arceneaux who also had 21 points, 2 reboundbbcharles s, and 2 assists. He was accompanied by 14 combined points from RJ Knighton and Tommy Charles. After a hard fight, the Comets pulled out a 40-38 w

    The Comets fell short off Episcopal in the second game of the tournement. Jordan Arceneaux led the team with 24 total points, 9 rebounds, and 5 assists. Tommy Charles and Sam Delaney were other top scorers with 17 combined points. Although the Comets fought another hard battle, they lost the game 54-49.

    The Comets could not pull of the final game of the tournament against Christian Life. Jordan Arceneaux led the team with 24 points, 14 rebounds, and 2 assists. He was accompanied by Tommy Charles and Owen Bourgeois with 25 combined points. It was a nail biter but the Comets fell short with a 60-58 loss.


     Northlake Christian Tournament


    The Comets won the first game of the Northlake Christian Tournament Thursday night in Covington. The Comets defeated the host Northlake Christian Wolverines with a score of 62-41. Jordan Arceneaux was the leading scorer with 24 points, 14 rebounds, and 5 assists. RJ Knighton had 23 points with 4 rebounds and 3 assists. Sam Delaney had 8 points with 1 rebound and 4 assists.

    The Comets then defeated Pope John Paul Friday in the Northlake Christian Tournement. The Comets defeated Pope John Paul with a score of 51-42.  Jordan Arceneaux led the team with 25 points including 8 rebounds. The Comets led 24-18 at the half and never relanquished the lead.

    The Comets were defeated in their third game against Archbishop Hannan 62-53. Jordan Arceneaux and Jason Bosco led the team with 37 combined points and 15 rebounds. The Comets led 29-32 at the half but could not hang on in the second half. Archbishop Hannan went on to win the tuornement.


     Thanksgiving Tournament Results

    The Comets hosted a Round Robin tournament during the Thanksgiving holidays. Teams participated included John Curtis, Jesuit, and UMS Wright of Mobile. The Comets played well in all three games against the tough competition but fell short in each game.

    The Comets lost 54-50 to UMS Wright on Monday night. Tuesday night, the Comets battled John Curtis tough but fell short 50-42. Wednesday night, the Comets lost to Jesuit 53-48.

    On the Saturday after Thanksgiving, the Comets travelled to Rummel and fell to the Raiders 77-48.


    Comets open season with road win

    Comets Open Season With Road Win

    The Comets opened the season on the road at John Paul II and came away with a hard fought 43-39 win. The game was tied at half 16-16. The team came out in the second half secured the lead and was able to pull out a big win to start the season.

    The leading scorers were Jordan Arceneaux with 17 points and 11 rebounds and Sam Delaney with 9 points and 2 rebounds.


    Comets To Host Thanksgiving Tournament

    The Comets will host a round robin holiday tournament Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of  Thanksgiving week. John Curtis, Jesuit and UMS-Wright of Mobile, AL. will join the Comets in competition. Curtis and Jesuit are teams out of the 5A Catholic League in New Orleans, while UMS-Wright is a 4A team out of Mobile, Alabama, where, in 1998, Coach Todd was the head coach for that school’s only State Championship in basketball. The present coach of their team, was a former player for Coach Todd on those UMS-Wright teams of the mid 90’s, and who also came back to his alma mater to be the assistant coach at the turn of the decade. Now, he is the head coach! St. Charles will be the smallest school in the tournament, but are ready for the challenge. Opening night will be exciting as  'student takes on teacher" in the opening game, and Curtis plays Jesuit in the late game. Also, we will be selling the World Famous chicken wings that were sold at the football playoff game. All those attending will be treated to great food and even better competition when they come to support the Comet hoopsters. 


    Monday 11/21//2016:

    Game 1: UMS-Wright vs. St. Charles Catholic  6 PM

    Game 2: John Curtis vs. Jesuit 7:30 PM

    Tuesday 11/22/2016

    Game 1: Jesuit vs. UMS-Wright 5 PM

    Game 2: John Curtis (JV) vs. St. Charles Catholic (JV) 6 PM

    Game 3: John Curtis vs. St. Charles Catholic 7:30 PM

    Wednesday 11/23/2016

    Game 1: Jesuit (JV) vs. St. Charles Catholic (JV) 5:00 PM

    Game 2: Jesuit VS St. Charles Catholic 6:00 PM


    Basketball Boys 2015-2016
    Weekly Roundup- February 19

    Country Day

    The Comets recently played Country Day. The seniors were honored at this game.  Jobe Kelly put on 13 points but still fell short to Country Day 67-33. The Comets added 11 points in the final but was not enough to overcome their opponent. Jobe Kelly shot well from the line shooting 3 for 4 on free throws. 

    Weekly Roundup- February 9


    The Comet basketball team recently played Riverside. They lost 88-35. Jordan Arceneaux scored 10 points. The boys scored 13 points in the final quarter even though it was not enough to turn the game around. Jordan Arceneaux wasted no time scoring 7 points in the first quarter.  Robert McDonald had 7 rebounds followed by Zack Weber with 6. Claude Hill had 1 rebound and 1 steal alongside Jason Bosco who attributed four points for the Comets. SCC finished the game with 22 rebounds (4 offensive/ 18 defensive.

    Sophie B. Wright 

    The Comets had a solid performance from Jordan Arceneaux with 25 points. The boys fell to the Warriors 74-51. The Comets could not get the win despite a 23 point final quarter. Arceneaux paved the way for the game shootings 50% and sinking 11 for 15 of free throws attempted. Jobe Kelly tapped out at double digits, scoring 20 points. The Comets had five steals.
    West St. John

    The Comets put on a great show. Scoring 19 points was Jordan Arceneaux for the Comets. The Comets fell 57-45. West St. John locked down their lead in the third quarter with a two- pointer.  The Comets pulled ahead early with a 14- point first quarter. The Comets played with a strength of a 9-0 run. The Comets claimed a 24-21 at half-time but it was not enough to overcome the 33 points in the final by West St. John. Arceneaux led the Comets with 19 points. 

    Weekly Roundup- February 1

    The boys were recently defeated to Country Day on Friday. The comets fell 75-38 regardless of a strong showing in the first half. The team had a game- high of 20 points during the second half from the momentum of a 10-4 run. Jordan Arceneaux put up 12 points for the Comets and was the front runner for the offense. He contributed major during the second half with 4 rebounds. Jobe Kelly shot two 3-pointers and scored a total of 11 points. The team's defense finished with 15 rebounds with effort from Zack Weber, Sam Delaney, Tommy Charles, and Claude Hill. Come out and pack the gym as the Comets take on the Riverside Rebels home Tuesday, February 2 with JV/ Varsity at 6 and 7:30. Good luck Comets!

    Weekly Roundup- January 27

    The Comets fell to Newman 65-39 despite a solid performance from Jobe Kelly who scored 18 points. Kelly led the charge for the offense scoring 18 points with 10 points in the 4th period. He also contributed three rebounds and one steal. Jordan Arceneaux also helped scoring 17 points. Tommy Charles and Robert McDonald chipped in for the Comets with their rebounds and steals. Zack Weber played a big defensive contributor racking up 5 rebounds and 1 steal. The Comets will be back in action Friday vs. Country Day away at 5:30 and 7. 

    Weekly Roundup- January 25

    The boys basketball won against West St. John 55-50 on Friday with the help from Jordan Arceneaux, who scored 16 points. The Comets grabbed the lead against West St. John on a two-pointer from Robert McDonald in the second period and held on. SCC wrapped up the first half in the lead at 21-18 following an 11-4 run. The boys solidified their lead in the final quarter, scoring 18 points. Jordan Arceneaux was on the ball making 40% (4-for-10) of shots attempted and hitting 67% (8-for-12) of free throws attempted. Two other players racked up double digit scores for the win which included Robert McDonald who had 10 points and Sam Delaney scored 10 points. Also contributing for the Comets Jobe Kelly (8 points, 1 rebound, 1 steal), Zack Weber (8 points, 10 rebounds), and Tommy Charles (3 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal). The boys finished the game with 32 rebounds (9 offensive / 23 defensive) and four steals. The Comets are now 11-9 and will be back in action Tuesday, Janaury 26 at Newman for tip off at 7 p.m. 

    Weekly Roundup- January 21

    Sophie B. Wright

    The Comets played Sophie B. Wright home on Tuesday. The team showed great effort in a hard fought loss with the score being 43-33. The Comets play tonight home with JV tipping off at 5 p.m. and Varsity starting at 6 p.m. Come out and see your Comets play Holden. 


    The Comets played Holden on Wednesday and came out with the victory. Jobe Kelly led scoring with 24 points which included five 3- pointers, Jordan Arceneaux scored 12 points, and Zack Weber played stellar defense scoring 8 points helping St. Charles Catholic notch a 66-34 victory over Holden on Wednesday. The Comet Varsity basketball team had an early scoring surge claiming a 32-12 lead at the half. Kelly shot well from the field, making 67% of his shots. Senior Zachary Weber said, "The team displayed great teamwork and effort after coming off a hard loss the night before." Come out and watch the Comet basketball team take on West St. John at 7 p.m. on Friday night!

    Weekly Roundup- January 18

    The Comets travelled to town rival Riverside where they took a thumping from the number 1 ranked 2A team in the state. The scored ended up 90 - 46. Jobe Kelly scored 17 with Jordan Arceneaux had 13 in a hard fought game. The Comets are now 10 - 10 and will play host all three games next week. First, we host Sophie B. Wright Tuesday, JV tipoff is set for 6 pm with the varsity following at 7 pm. Then, Wednesday, the Comets host Holden, JV tipping off at 5 pm with the varsity following at 6 pm. On Friday, the Comets end their home stand against West St. John with the JV tipping off at 6 pm. and the varsity following at 7 pm. 

    Weekly Roundup- January 13

    The boy's team is now 10-9. Come out and catch the action this Thursday night at Riverside Academy in a triple header. Boy's JV tips off at 5 p.m. followed by the Girl's Varsity at 6 p.m. The boy's varsity will tip off at 7 p.m. Don't miss the fun on Thursday at Riverside Academy. 

    Weekly Roundup- January 11
    The Comets finished their non district schedule with a home win against Northlake Christian in an exciting 50 - 41 victory. Jordan was the leading scorer again, with 19 followed closely by Jobe’s 16 points. 

    Weekly Roundup- January 6
    The Comets travelled to 5A St. Amant to take on a very talented Gator team. They lost a thriller with the score ending 51- 49. Jobe Kelly scoring 12 while Jordan Arceneaux scorched the nets for 28 points. 

    Weekly Roundup- January 5 

    Mobile, Alabama

    The boy's basketball team is much improved. Currently, they are 9-8 and coming off of a 4th place finish in a big tournament in Mobile, Alabama. Senior captains Jobe Kelly and Zachary Weber are leading in every way, and Junior Jordan Arceneaux is the second leading scorer. The team is averaging scores in the 50's and are truly fun to watch. 

    St. Amant

    The boy's basketball team lost a hard fought, well played game last night, January 5, to St. Amant. The score was 42-39. The Comet boys had great team effort. We are proud of you Comet Hipsters! Come out to SCC this Saturday, January 9, to see your Comets in action against Northlake Christian.

    Weekly Roundup- January 4
    The Comets opened up the new year after a nice Christmas break with a nice win against Ascension Christian 51 - 36. Jobe Kelly scored 12, Jordan Arceneaux scored 10 while sophomore Robert McDonald added 9 points. It was a great game in that everyone got a chance to play and all, but only two players scored.

    Weekly Roundup- December 14

    This past week, the boy’s participated in a tournament at Northlake Christian Academy, losing the opener to Archbishop Hannan High School; however, the Comets were victorious in the final two games. On Friday night, the Comets earned a hard fought battle with the home standing Wolverines of Northlake Christian. After trailing for most of the game, the Comets used an explosive fourth quarter to overcome a 5 point deficit, to win 48 - 42. Leading the scoring was senior captain, Jobe Kelly with 18 points, followed closely by junior Jordan Arceneaux’s 15 points. Also with major contributions were senior captain Zachary Weber who pitched in 8 and junior point guard Tommy Charles who scored 7. On Saturday afternoon, the Comets played the Jaguars from Pope John Paul for the third time in two weeks. The Comets avenged a tough loss to the Jags earlier in the week by winning a triple overtime thriller, 87 - 77. Zachary Weber scored 8 points and played spectacular defense on their leading scorer. Jordan Arceneaux led all scorers with a career high 29 points, followed by junior shooting guard, Sam Delaney who scored 18. Tommy Charles scored 16 and Jobe Kelly rounded out the scoring with 14. 
    The Comets are 4-5, and will return to action after exams as they will participate in the Runnels Tournament in Baton Rouge beginning Thursday.

    Weekly Roundup- December 8

    The Comets suffered a hard loss at the Grand Isle Tournament this past weekend going 0-3. On Friday, the boy's team played North Vermillion. The battled between the teams were long and hard with scoring going back and forth. The team loss 43- 36. Senior captain, Zachary Weber, said,  "We fought hard throughout the game, and the win could have went either way. The whole team gave it their all playing." 

    On Saturday, the boys played Crescent City. The boys missed opportunities throughout the game which affected late in the game. The boys loss 60-55. The team steadily played with great emotion and energy, but it wasn't good enough at the end. 

    Later in Saturday afternoon, the team played Grande Isle losing 36-22. The boys played basketball unlike how they were suppose to. Their game was off and wasn't the normal playing strategy they were used to. This showed on the scoreboard as this made the third loss of the weekend. Coming off of a loss affect the Comets in playing this game. 

    Senior captain, Zachary Weber said, "All together this was a rough weekend of playing, but I think everyone played their best and as hard as they could. 
    Weekly Roundup -  December 1

    The Comet boys basketball team is now 2-0, with wins over Pope John Paul (62-39) and Maurepas (59-44). Jobe Kelly is averaging 20.5 pts per game, while Jordan Arceneaux is averaging 14 points per game. The team is led by Captains Zachary Weber and Jobe Kelly. The comets are playing an exciting brand of fast break basketball while defending with a stifling man to man system, holding teams to under 42 points a game. Their motion offense is producing more than 60 points per game. We are excited about the development of this program and look forward to a wider, more raucous fan base. We invite all of our students to come out and catch the excitement going on in the SCC gym!