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ESPN1420.COM: Four outstanding prep athletes from Ascension Episcopal high school signed National Letters of Intent to play college ball.Two Blue Gator baseball players signed on the dotted line.Austin Arceneaux, a 4 year starter at catcher who caught every game the last 3 seasons, signed with Neosho County Community College in Chanute, Kansas.He's a career .350 hitter in 98 games played at Ascension Episcopal School.Right handed pitcher Sean-Michael Brady officially signed with McNeese State today. The 1st Team All-State performer was 5-0 last season in 38.1 innings pitched, fanning 43 batters.Hannah Mattke, a two-time first team All State volleyball players will play collegiately for Millsaps College in Mississippi.As Ascension Episcopal's defensive MVP the last 3 seasons, she also played club volleyball for WD Nation out of Mandeville, helping the team win 3 National Championships.Sophia Boatright is heading to Belmont Abbey in Belmont, North Carolina on a tennis scholarship.A key contributor on the Blue Gators first ever Tennis State championship team, she continued to serve in that role as she's been a key member of the 4 consecutive state titles.Boatright received the prestigious USTA Southern Sportsmanship Award in 2018 while competing in the USTA tournament.It'll be a family affair at Belmont Abbey, as Boatright's older sister Blair is there as well.
The results are in...our Blue Gator community has once again made an impact through their generous donations to the Miles Perret Cancer Services Change for Miles program. Our school raised $6,821.11! Thank you to everyone who contributed to help this local organization fight cancer in our community. We continue to honor the life and legacy of our former lower school student, Miles Perret, as we support this worthy organization.
The Daily Advertiser: When Ascension Episcopal girls soccer coach Adrian Boyle talks about the “genuine footballers” who built the Lady Blue Gators’ program into what it is today, he’s not intending to disparage the girls that came before them.Because that was back when the program was in its infancy. In fact, Ascension’s first soccer team was a co-ed squad. The second year featured only one senior on the roster.So it took a few years for the Lady Blue Gators to add players of a certain caliber, specifically club players, to start progressing toward elite status. The 2014-2015 season, when Beverly Richard, Quinn Billeaud and Jacqueline Cloutier were eighth graders, was the start of what’s become an impressive five-year run for Ascension.