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Four Athletic Signings

Wednesday afternoon, four Cardinal athletes signed letters of intent to participate at the collegiate level in their respective competitions. 

Zachary Templet signed to play baseball at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, La. Head baseball coach David Constant said of Templet, “He is a true gamer, a bulldog on the mound which is really what you want to have.” He said that Templet is ready to play through every game and that’s a quality taking him to the next level. Templet will join three other Cardinal Baseball alumni on the Colonel squad, something that Constant said, “I can’t wait to watch.”

Jacques Rathle signed to swim at Auburn University in Auburn, Al. Christina Lasserre, head swim coach, said Rathle is “the best swimmer E.D. White has ever seen,” and continued, “but not without putting in years and years of hard work.” Lasserre predicted that despite all the years of work up to this point, Rathle is very much still at the beginning of his swim career. 

Jacqueline Robichaux signed to play soccer at Delta State University in Cleveland, Ms. Girls head soccer coach Lindsay Spinner said Robichaux joins only six other Cardinal Soccer alumnae to ever go on to play at the next level. Spinner also said Robichaux has been an integral part of the growth of the Cardinal soccer team over the last four years.  

Heidi Chauvin signed to play softball at Bell Haven College in Jackson, Ms.  Head softball coach, Juli Dardar, said Chauvin is the epitome of a team player. Dardar said her dedication made her stand out throughout her time here and that same dedication will make Chauvin stand out at the next level.

 

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1st Quarter Honor Roll

Congratulations to all students who excelled academically in the 1st quarter and earned a spot on the honor roll!

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Lady Cardinal Volleyball Advances to Semifinals

The Lady Cardinal volleyball team continued their playoff run this morning ranked No.1 in Division III with a record of 18-6. They defeated the Pirates of Pearl River at the Pontchartrain Center. 

Joci Gravois, senior and middle hitter, said although the team is young, their success is attributed to the sophomore players “who really stepped up this season.”

Jadacia Shanklin, senior and middle hitter, said the team’s endurance is what puts them ahead of tough competition. Shanklin said, “we’re quick, and we can out work a good team.”

Head Coach, Sarah Johnson said, “The girls learned early this season that they can’t wait until 1-2 games into  a match to start playing; the intensity has to remain high from the start.” 

Shanklin, Gravois, and Kadie Becnel, senior and libero,  all agree that their biggest reward this season was the win against Country Day.  Gravois said, “The whole team worked together and it showed us our true potential when we perform as a team.”

Moving forward, Gravois said the team’s focus is continuing to improve communication and team-oriented attitudes. Johnson agreed and said their approach to the post season will be to take it one game at a time and focus on limiting errors and maintaining intensity throughout each match.

Shanklin said one of the Lady Cardinals’ strategies to limiting errors is mistakes during the game. Becnel agreed and said, “acknowledge that you messed up and make it better on the next serve.”

Johnson said “They are a fun group to watch. This team is scrappy and gets along well together. Do yourself a favor and take the time to watch our upcoming livestreams.”

The Lady Cardinals’ next action is Friday at 9:00 a.m. at the Pontchartrain Center for the Semifinal match against defending champions the Cabrini Comets. 

Stay up to date with the Lady Cardinal volleyball team’s playoff run by following our social media accounts, especially on Twitter @edw_athletics. Check the bracket on the LHSAA website.today 

 

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New Arrivals in the Bookstore

New Spirit Shirt Arrival

Purchase a new tie dye spirit shirt, perfect for this week’s spirit theme, “Cards Got the Groove!” 

S-XL: $20, 2XL: $22

 

New Arrivals in Socks & Masks

Socks $14                                                                                                 Masks $10  

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Special Edition Sports Programs

E.D. White Sports Programs will be available for sale tonight at the Varsity football game vs Patterson. 

Programs are $10 and will feature a special Homecoming insert! Available at this game only.

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Freshman & JV Football

The Freshman and JV football teams defeated South Terrebonne last night at home. The Freshman team won 26-0 and the JV team won 24-0. The Varsity Cardinals will take on South Terrebonne this Friday at The Swamp in Bourg, La.

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E.D. White Giveback at Five Guys

Five Guys will be holding an E. D. White Community Event on Wednesday, October 14th.

Head over to Five Guys anytime between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m. on October 14th, mention E. D. White,  and Five Guys will donate 15% of your purchases to the school.