Bowling

MCHS is making first Final Four appearance

The Morgan City High School Lady Tigers bowling team will make its first appearance in school history in the state’s Final Four when it takes on St. Scholastica Friday in an 11 a.m. contest at All-Star Lanes in Baton Rouge. Morgan City is the No. 5 seed out of the state’s western bi-regional, while St.
Scholastica is the No. 2 seed from the eastern bi-regional. Members of the Lady Tigers team include, seated from left, Hannah Pipes, Marissa Davis, Alyssa Rich and Reagan Barbier. Standing, from left, are Laura Nolasco, Ali Tregle, Mackenzie Amador, Meghan Amador and coach Michele LaCombe. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Wade Gussman Photography)

For the past three years, the Morgan City girls bowling team has put up stellar regular season records and advanced to the bi-regional round of the state bowling playoffs.

MCHS records consecutive upsets to advance to state semifinals

Morgan City High School’s Ali Tregle bowls during regional action in Houma last week. Tregle and the rest of the Lady Tigers advanced to bowling’s State Final Four after scoring consecutive upsets in bi-regional play Monday. The Lady Tigers will hit the lanes again April 8, at 11 a.m. at All-Star Lanes in Baton Rouge for a semifinal contest against a winner from the state’s eastern Bi- Regional, which is being held today. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Morgan City Lady Tigers played the spoiler role at the Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s western Bi-Regional Monday at Lafayette Lanes in Lafayette, recording two upsets to advance t

Morgan City, Berwick find out Bi-Regional opponents

Morgan City High School’s Meghan Amador bowls during regional action at Creole Lanes in Houma this week. Amador and the rest of the Lady Tigers will return to action in the bowling postseason Monday when they begin western
Bi-Regional play at Lafayette Lanes Monday. Morgan City is the No. 5 seed, and will face No. 4 Central Lafourche in a 1 p.m. contest. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Morgan City Lady Tigers and the Berwick Panthers have learned their opponents at the state’s western bowling bi-regional that begins
Monday at Lafayette Lanes in Lafayette.

Berwick advances to bi-regionals

Berwick High School’s Aaron Barrilleaux bowls during Monday’s regional contest against E.D. White. Berwick advanced to the bi-regional round of the state bowling playoffs with a 14-13 victory against Houma Christian Tuesday at the South Central High School Bowling League regional tournament. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Berwick High School edged Houma Christian, 14-13, Tuesday in a loser’s bracket game at the South Central High School Bowling League Regional Tournament in Houma to advance to next week’s Bi-Regiona

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