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Justice McCoy named GNOSF QB Club Player of the Week

St. Augustine junior quarterback Justice McCoy has been chosen as the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club, SportsNOLA.com, WGSO, 990 AM, WHNO TV 20 and Friday Night Football Prep Player of the Week for Week No. 5. Click here to read more.

Alumni Return for Basketball Game

Students, alumni, staff and faculty enjoyed some afternoon b-ball as we welcomed home alumni to kick off homecoming weekend. Sophomore Andre Wilson, interviews a few alumni participants following today’s basketball game. View the video here. 

Film Department at Work: Interviewing Players

Student journalists capture a few thoughts from players Jonathan Willard WR and and Junius Houston DB. View video. Student journalists capture a few thoughts from William Atkins DB. View video. Football player and St. Augustine Athletics Film Department member Andre Wilson Jr. LB, captured a few post game thoughts from Jamal Pettigrew TE, Jonathan Willard

Despite Adversity, Team Remains Focused and Optimistic

When will they win a game? Why is the football team losing? Spectators on both sides of the scoreboard, ask those questions and many more at Saint Augustine football games. First, it was the 26-20 fall to one of St. Augustine’s newest rivals, McDonogh 35. Then, Scotlandville Magnet High School sting of 42-12 was so

St. Augustine vs. Scotlandville

The visiting Scotlandville Hornets took the opening kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown in what would prove to be a long night for the Purple Knights. Scottlandville’s Quarterback Levi Lewis went for 292 total yards. A bright spot for St. Augustine was Darrel Landry for the third consecutive week he scored a tochdown on special

Darryl Landry Shocks Crowds With Game-Changing Effect

In football, when opportunity knocks, it’s essential that you are disciplined, fast, and ready to lead. Darryl Landry, 17, has a habit on the field that usually pulls spectators onto their feet in awe. For the past two games, the running back with a career record of 516 rushing yards, has become the St. Augustine

Jamboree vs Edna Karr

The first has half was a defensive batter with both teams finding the end zone once. Edna Karr struck first with a 3 yard run by quarterback Aldon Clark. However, the Purple Knights quickly responded as Darrell Landry took the ensuing kickoff 90 yards for a Touchdown. In the second half Karr’s offense founds it

“We are a family and we will play as ONE!”

By Durrell Jackson ’16, Knightly News Sports Reporter Nothing says family like football to this year’s St. Augustine High School team. New uniforms, a new head coach and an intense practice schedule are all elements of the team’s plan for the road to winning at all cost this season.  Tackling the opponent, calculating sacks, increasing

New Unis For Purple Knights

St. Augustine High School unveiled its new Under Armour home and away uniforms for the 2015-2016 season on Friday.

Senior Night Honors Jerry Brown, IV

Varsity baseball honors senior Jerry Brown, IV, class of 2015. Jerry, one of our 2015 salutatorians, is the son of Lt. CMDR Jerry Brown, III, and Arlette Winder Brown. He earned the Burger King Scholars Award, the Fisk University Erastus Milo Cravath Presidential Scholarship and the Samford Deans Scholarship. Other scholarships and awards include Loyola University