St. Charles Catholic unveils new stands in style with 36-0 win over E.D. White

St. Charles Catholic unveils new stands in style with 36-0 win over E.D. White
St. Charles Catholic unveils a new section of their stadium with Archbishop Gregory Aymond and Saints owner Gayle Benson cutting the ceremonious ribbon (Source: Lance Washington, FOX 8)

NEW ORLEANS, La. (WVUE) - Week four of the high school season was a busy one for St. Charles Catholic as they started Friday with an afternoon unveiling of their new stands and continued the festivities throughout the night with a 36-0 win.

St. Charles Catholic unveils a new section of their stadium with Archbishop Gregory Aymond and Saints owner Gayle Benson cutting the ceremonious ribbon
St. Charles Catholic unveils a new section of their stadium with Archbishop Gregory Aymond and Saints owner Gayle Benson cutting the ceremonious ribbon (Source: Lance Washington, FOX 8)

The Comets’ ceremony was attended by Archbishop Gregory Aymond, Saints owner Gayle Benson and a bevy of Comets supporters. “The excitement, the pageantry - a really, really nice opening," coach Frank Monica described during FOX 8 Football Friday. "The game was fun also but it was just so great to see the fans come out, the people that contributed.”

SCC improved to 4-0 with a resounding 36-0 win over E.D. White. Monica’s defense is now giving up less than 12 points per game, and that includes a triple overtime thriller against De La Salle in week three.

St. Charles Catholic debuts new stands with 36-0 win

St. Charles Catholic will get to host another game in week five as East Ascension comes to town, fresh off their win over Warren Easton.

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