Falcon News

List of 20 news stories.

  • Senior Athletes

    We're celebrating our Falcon spring sports senior athletes with this video tribute. Thanks for your dedication and leadership over the years, seniors!
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  • All-District Soccer

    Congratulations to the ESA Soccer players named to the Division IV District 3 All-District teams! Boys first team: Jack Guidry, Ian Allam, Adam Sabbaghian, and Christian Herpin; second team: Collin Pooler, Sawyer Gibbs, and Evan Lipari. Adam Sabbaghian was named Offensive Most Valuable Player and Coach Adam Glover was named Coach of the Year! Girls first team: Aline Malek, Tayler Guillotte, and Arden Frantzen. Second team: Maddie Breaux, Christiaan Thibodeaux, and Piper Leger. Way to go, Falcons!
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  • All-State Honors

    Congratulations to Henry Shuffler, '20, Honorable Mention on the Louisiana Sports Writers Association's Class B All-State team!
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  • Senior Night

    At Senior Night for ESA Basketball and ESA Cheerleaders, the teams celebrated Ben Bordes, Oliver Nickel, Jackson Spoon, Henry Shuffler, Matthew Hebert, Lawrence Bourgeois (video coordinator), Emily Olivier (manager), Ruthie Reaux (cheer captain), Harper Gunn (cheer captain), Piper Naudin, Riley Hulin, Isabelle Berthelot, and Ana Huval. 
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  • Boys Soccer Advances

    After several weather delays, Boys Soccer finally celebrated Senior Night. Thanks to senior leaders Ben Bordes, Vern Guidry, Collin Pooler, and Keegan Riley. With an 8-0 win over Covenant Christian in their first playoff game, the boys move on to the quarterfinals. They'll take on Christ Episcopal in Covington Tuesday at 5:30pm. Admission is $7. Good luck, Falcons!
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  • Soccer All-Star

    Christiaan Thibodeaux, '20, has been selected for the 2020 West All-Star Girls Soccer Team! The team will play in the Louisiana Soccer Coaches Association's All-Star Soccer game at Southeastern Louisiana University on Saturday, February 29th at 9:00am. She was also honored at Senior Night last week. Congratulations, Christiaan!
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  • Top 18 Swimmers

    Each year, the top 18 boys and 18 girls of the 600+ swimmers in our league are honored at the All-League Banquet for their success in the pool. Congratulations to Regan Manning, '22, Michael dela Rosa, '20, and Elena Alvarado, '23!
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  • Top 25 Runner

    The Louisiana Track and Field Coaches Association acknowledges the top 25 boys and girls in cross country each year, regardless of class (Classes C to 5A). These runners are chosen after the state meet when they’ve all competed on the same course and under similar conditions. An ESA Cross Country runner made the top 25 this year. Congratulations to Aline Malek, '21!
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  • Volleyball Reunion

    ESA Volleyball celebrated 40 years with a reunion last weekend. Players and coaches from the school's earliest days met up with some of our most recent alumni to share memories and to get back out on the court. Thanks to Coach Ursula Quoyeser and the many volunteers who made it happen! More photos on ESA's Facebook page and on the ESA Alumni page
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  • Homecoming 2020

    Our week-long Homecoming celebration included STUCO's dress-up days, an alumni panel in chapel in Cade, a bonfire, tailgating, soccer games, a pep rally, the Homecoming basketball game - a Falcon victory - and Winter Formal for upper school students. On the Lafayette Campus, lower school students and teachers celebrated with an ESA history scavenger hunt, a mix-it-up read-alound that allowed them to return to previous years' classrooms to share stories, and a day to wear t-shirts that featured ESA spirit or things about which they are passionate. Thanks to STUCO, cheerleaders, drunmline, ESA music, and the faculty members who helped to put it all together!
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  • ESA Swimming State Success

    ESA's Girls Swim team took 5th place and the Boys team finished 6th at the State meet in Sulphur this week! With just ten swimmers, ESA competed against much bigger teams in the 27-team meet. All swims, individual and relays, scored points for the Falcons. Congratulations to individual State champions Michael dela Rosa (100 breast) and Regan Manning (500 free), who both set school records in their first place finishes. Other top three finishes include: boys 200 medley (Nick LaGraize, Michael dela Rosa, Curtis Hidalgo, Anil Cacodcar), 3rd; Elena Alvarado, 2nd in 200 IM and 3rd in 100 breast; Michael dela Rosa, 2nd in 200 IM; Regan Manning, 2nd in 100 fly (school record); boys 200 free relay (Curtis Hidalgo, Nick LaGraize, Anil Cacodcar, Michael dela Rosa), 3rd; girls 200 free relay (Elena Alvarado, Lily Pillaro, Malaika Subramanian, Regan Manning), 4th and school record. Congratulations, Falcons!
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  • Cross Country State Champs

    Boys and Girls Cross Country brought home ESA's 86th and 87th State titles! The boys' team won its sixth State championship in a row, and senior Oliver Nickel won his second individual cross country State championship in a row, followed by Christian Herpin, 4th place; Tate Broussard, 10th; Charlie Blanchard, 11th; Ian Waskom, 12th; Greer Hernandez, 16th; and Adam Sabbaghian, 19th. ESA's top five runners scored just 39 points for the team win (points are calculated by adding the team's top five places, so lower is better). An average time of 17:50 puts ESA boys in second place in the All-State competition, which ranks all teams competing in Classes C, B, 1A, and 2A. ESA girls won their fourth State Championship in five years. They put five runners in the top ten and scored only 28 points to win the title. Running for the Falcons: Aline Malek, 2nd place; Ellianna DesOrmeaux, 4th; Briley Herpin, 5th; Taylor Guillotte, 8th; Ava Grace Hebert, 9th; Minnie Blanchard, 20th; and Ellie Bollich, 28th. The girls also placed second in the All-State competition, with an average time of 20:37. They ranked 6th across all classes - C through 5A - and were selected as a top ten team in the coaches' poll. Congratulations, Falcons!
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  • Pitcher Signs with ULM

    Henry Shuffler, '20, has signed a letter of intent to pitch for the University of Louisiana-Monroe. Henry is the second baseball player in ESA history to commit to a Division I school. Be sure to watch him and his teammates play on the basketball court this winter and the baseball diamond in the spring. Congratulations, Henry!
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  • ESA Swimming Headed to State

    At last Saturday's Top 24, Regan Manning, '22, swam the 500 Free in 5:23.42 - a personal best time and new school record. The girls 200 free relay team set a new school record of 1:58.31. And Regan, Michael dela Rosa, '20, and Elena Alvarado, '23, made the All-Star team. On Wednesday and Thursday, November 20 and 21, ESA Swimming will compete in the State meet in Sulphur. Good luck, Falcons!
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  • ESA Volleyball at State

    ESA Volleyball fought hard in the quarterfinals but fell to McGehee in five games. We're so proud of this team. Congratulations on a great season, Falcons!
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  • ESA Swimming at Top 24

    The ESA Swim team has lots to celebrate! With only 10 swimmers eligible to score at District, the boys placed 3rd, the girls placed 2nd, and the team finished 2nd. It was Senior Night, and the team recognized seniors Michael dela Rosa and Ryan Rhoades. Regan Manning, '22, was The Advertiser's Female Athlete of the Week. At the Top 24, Regan swam the 500 Free in 5:23.42 - a personal best time and new school record. The girls 200 free relay set another new school record witha time of 1:58.31. Finally, Regan, Michael dela Rosa, and Elena Alvarado made the All-Star team. Congratulations, Falcons! 
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  • ESA Volleyball Headed to Quarterfinals

    ESA Volleyball defeated St. John in three games to advance to the quarterfinals at the Pontchartrain Center in Kenner next Thursday. Way to go, Falcons!
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  • Volleyball, Basketball News

    ESA Volleyball defeated Catholic High in three games Wednesday night. Falcons play at home again Tuesday. ESA Basketball scrimmaged with STM on Thursday. The regular season begins with a home game on Tuesday, November 5th. Go Falcons!
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  • Swimming Sets School Record

    The Falcon swim team competed against Division I and II schools in Tuesday's meet. The boys placed fourth, and the girls placed third. The relay team of Regan Manning, Elena Alvarado, Lily Pillaro, and Malaika Subramanian broke the school record in the 200 Freestyle Relay, with a time of 1:58.33. Michael dela Rosa, '20, who was recently named to the All-Academic Boys Swimming Team, is also The Advertiser's Athlete of the Week!  Cheer the team on for Districts on Tuesday, November 5th at 5:30 pm at the Robichaux Center. Go Falcons! 
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  • ESA Cross Country Preps for State

    ESA Cross Country split up this weekend for their last meet before State. The boys placed second at Menard, and the girls took third at Acadiana Park, with Aline Malek and Taylor Guillotte making the All-Acadiana team. The State meet will be held in Natchitoches on November 18th. Go Falcons!
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