- Career Day
- Cougar Connections
- Crawfish Boil
- Fishing Rodeo
- New Cougar Luncheon
- Softball Tournament
The 9th Annual STM Fishing Rodeo was held July 20 and 21, 2018 at Quintana Landing in Cypremort Point, La. Two days of fishing and great food provided by Krispy Krunchy attracted STM alumni and friends at Saturday’s weigh in. A record of 270 anglers signed up for the event which surpasses last years mark of 256.
Congratulations to the anglers in our Offshore Division: Wayne Daigle (24 lbs. Blackfin Tuna), Austin Daigle (7.6 lbs. Grouper), Scooter Todd (13.4 lbs. Wahoo), Bryson Hannon (26.5 lbs. Dolphin), Stevan Ridley (8 lbs Mangrove Snapper), Rob Leon (45 lbs. Yellowfin Tuna), Chris Morton (17.1 lbs. Red Snapper) Best Boat: Sea Section, Captain Wayne Daigle
Inshore Division winners include: Shane Zeringue (2.65 lbs Speckled Trout), Paul Dupre (7.96 lbs. Redfish), Greg Geoffroy (1.83 lbs. Flounder), Brad Smith (26.4 Blackdrum), Paul Dupre (29.4 Bull Red), Rodney Rushing (5.03 lbs. Catfish) Best Boat: Sea Wolf, Captain Paul Dupre
Spear Fishing Division winners are Patrick Reagan (8.5 lbs. Mangrove Snapper), Harrison Fisher (17.8 lbs. Red Snapper) Best Boat: Grady, Captain Patrick Reagan
Records broken include:
We hope to see you at next year’s fishing rodeo!
Football Reunion- Registration Form
St. Thomas More Catholic High School Alumni Association hosted a welcome luncheon for alumni and their incoming freshmen Cougars. More than 75 students and parents were in attendance along with special guests: Cinde Sulik, Doug Taylor, Terry Tidwell, and Danny Broussard, who have served on STM faculty since the doors opened in 1982.
Alumni Director, Coach Danny Broussard entertained the group with STM trivia questions, such as “What was the nearest fast food restaurant to STM and where was it located?” “How did the cougar mascot arrive to the football game on our 25th Anniversary?" Prizes were awarded to those with the correct answer.
Guest speaker, Doug Taylor delivered a speech (that only Coach Taylor can deliver) and mentioned how honored he is as a teacher that parents who graduated from STM, want the same experience for their children. Taylor said, "A school develops deep tradition by parents and children attending and eventually 3rd and 4th generations share the same educational experience." Taylor, a 33 year faculty member said, "Moving from Mississippi right out of college without any family in Louisiana, STM has become my family, my home and is a great place to be."
Coach Danny closed by saying this first generation of Cougar legacies now makeup a new history at St. Thomas More and we look forward to celebrating this tradition.