Maroon Legend placed 3rd Overall in the State in the Louisiana Scholastic Press Association Yearbook Competition

De La Salle High School takes LSPA 3rd in Yearbook competition

De La Salle High School’s 2014 edition of the Maroon Legend placed 3rd Overall in the State in the Louisiana Scholastic Press Association yearbook critique/competition.

With the theme “It’s All About Change,” the 2014 staff members covered the year’s growth and change.

Senior editorial staff members included Tiffany Joseph – Editor in Chief, David Bittner – Assistant Editor, and Alec Bivona – Sports Editor.

The book was advised by 25-year DLS veteran Kathleen Calder who retired at the end of the year.


Staff members included (as pictured – 1st row) Ashley Colburn, Kayla Neville, Allie Simmons, Cassidy Cooper, Gabby Fontenelle, Editor-in-Chief Tiffany Joseph, Adviser Kathleen Calder; (2nd row) Jack Dugas, Alex Boudloche, Marisa Thomassie, Brianna McMorris, Katie Hansche, Breana Menard, Alexis Hatzgionidis, Assistant Editor David Bittner; and (3rd row) Sports Editor Alec Bivona, Noah Buchholz, Andew Kimbro, Nam Anh Tran, Joe Clark, Andrew Barback, Michael Maestri, and Julien Purpura.  Not pictured are Jessie Woodman, Britany Bolanos, Juby De La Houssaye, Jackson Ladner.

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