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Our new website is up today. Please visit www.louisianafirejrs.com
Please remember that this is a work in progross and you will see some upgrades to the look of the site.
A new website will be launched in the next 2 weeks. www.louisianafirejrs.com will soon bring you to a new website. This site’s url, www.chicagofirejuniorslouisiana.com will continue to bring you to this site.
Both sites will be maintained during the transition for a few weeks. www.louisianafirejrs.com will have the newer updates and www.chicagofirejuniorslouisiana.com will have information current until the time the new site is live.
Although the new site will be functional with current information, the complete design of the new website is not yet ready. Think of it as moving into a new house that is functional but that has not been decorated. We are waiting on the Chicago Fire to complete the design template. The Chicago Fire has allowed us to have an early launch of the new site to help us get ready for a busy season next year.
Watch this site for the more information as we near the launch of our new website.
The Louisiana Fire
EVAN, MITCH AND NICK
In front of family, friends, faculty, and members of the media, seniors Mitch Bourgeois, Evan DeHoog, and Nick Tadros officially made their commitments to continuing their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level during a signing ceremony on Wednesday, May 7 in St. Ignatius Hall at Jesuit High School.
Mitchell Bourgeois, Evan DeHoog, and Nicholas Tadros will continue their soccer careers at Christian Brothers University (Memphis), LSU (Alexandria), and Roanoke College (Salem, Virginia), respectively.
Soccer, Christian Brothers University
“Mitch, the heart of our defense, led by the example he set in practice and on the field,” said head coach Hubie Collins.
Bourgeois served as co-captain in his senior year and was named to the All-State, All-District, and All-Metro teams by the N.O. Advocate. In 2013 he played on Jesuit’s state championship team. Bourgeois is also a member of the Louisiana State Olympic Development Team (2012, 2013, & 2014).
Soccer, LSU (Alexandria)
“Evan’s speed and strength will translate well at the NAIA level,” said coach Collins.
DeHoog was on the N.O. Advocate’s 2014 All-District team. Evan played on the 2013 State Championship team.
Soccer, Roanoke College
“Nick was an outstanding goal keeper and leader for our program,” said head coach Collins.
Tadros was a co-captain of the 2014 soccer team and was named to the All-State, All-Metro, and All-District teams by Nola.com/Times-Picayune and the N.O. Advocate. Tadros also played on the 2012 and 2013 state championship teams.
Congratulations to Coach Sean LeBlanc and the U13 White on winning State
April 28, 2014
For Immediate Release
New Orleans, LA – Cabrini High School honored senior Lisette Hrapmann with a “Signing Celebration” for her commitment to play soccer at Cabrini College in Radnor, Pennsylvania.
Hrapmann, a senior defender from New Orleans, will join the Cabrini College soccer team, where she will attend on scholarship for academic, leadership and service excellence. Hrapmann currently in her senior season has been chosen to the LHSSA All-District team for every season since eighth grade, Louisiana All -Freshman team, New Orleans All-Metro Team, and has been selected as Cabrini’s captain and team MVP during her sophomore and junior seasons. Hrapmann’s club team has been Louisiana State Champions for three consecutive years, been USYS Regional Champions, and has participated on the USYS National level.
Her family, parents Yvonne and Danny, siblings Rebecca and Danny, grandmother Margie Hrapmann, sister-in-law Kyndal and niece Ella. Also attending the celebration were members of the Cabrini faculty, staff, her teammates, and fellow students.
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