Berwick Panthers football

Panthers fall to Cardinals

Berwick High School concluded its season with a 50-14 loss to E.D. White in Thibodaux Friday. The Panthers finished the with a 2-8 mark, including a 1-3 record in District 9-3A action. Above, is Berwick quarterback Jeremy Boudreaux in action Friday. Boudreaux, a senior, rushed 11 times for 53 yards and completed 13 of 25 passes for 125 yards with two touchdowns and one interception in his final game as a Panther. (The Daily Review/Jean McCorkle)

The Berwick Panthers season ended Friday with a 50-14 loss to the E.D. White Cardinals.

Berwick will travel to E.D. White Friday

Berwick High School quarterback Jeremy Boudreaux runs, while Patterson’s Charlie Kelly pursues and Berwick linemen Seth Legendre and Dylan Toups provide protection. Berwick will close out its season Friday when it travels to face District 9-3A foe E.D. White. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)

Berwick concludes an up- and-down season with a tough district game against E.D. White Friday in Thibodaux.

Donaldsonville shuts out Berwick High, 32-0

The Berwick Panthers fell to Donaldsonville High School, 32-0 in District 9-3A action in Donaldsonville Friday. The Panthers fell to 2-6 overall and 1-1 in district with the loss. Above, Berwick’s Audwin Williams battles Donaldsonville defenders for the ball. Williams led the Panthers’ receivers with four catches for 64 yards. (The Daily Review/Jean McCorkle)

Donaldsonville High celebrated homecoming with a 32-0 victory against the Berwick Panthers Friday night.

Berwick will travel to face Donaldsonville in district play

The Berwick Panthers will return to action Friday when it travels to face Donaldsonville High School. Both Berwick and Donaldsonville enter the game after lopsided losses to Lafayette Christian and Patterson, respectively. Above, Berwick’s Braden Billiot, returns the ball against Lafayette Christian last week. (The Daily Review/Jean McCorkle)

The Berwick High School Panthers will resume District 9-3A play this week when it travels to face Donaldsonville Friday.

Berwick will conclude nondistrict schedule at LCA

Berwick High School will conclude its nondistrict action Friday when it travels to face Lafayette Christian. The Panthers, who played their first district game a week ago, came away with a 23-14 victory against Franklin High School. The win was the first district victory in fourth-year head coach Craig Brodie’s tenure. Above, Brodie talks on his headset during last Thursday’s contest. (The Daily Review/Harlan Kirgan)

Berwick’s young players are making the most of unexpected playing time, but injuries remain an issue.

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