Catholic High-New Iberia

Patterson Lumberjacks edge Catholic High-New Iberia

Patterson’s Jordan Butler, right, celebrates with, from left, teammates K’hyri
Harris and D.J. Jones after catching a touchdown pass in the third quarter of
Friday’s contest with Catholic High-New Iberia. (The Daily Review/Bill Decker)

Patterson roared back from 14 points down twice to outlast Catholic High-New Iberia, 42-41.
The teams combined for nearly 1,000 yards of total offense in the heart-stopping game.

Patterson travels to face Catholic High-New Iberia

The Patterson High School Lumberjacks will hit the road this week when they travel to face Catholic High-New Iberia. Above, Patterson High defenders, from left, Blake Dreyer and Dariont’e Brown pursue Hahnville’s Drew Dunn during last week’s contest. (The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape)

Patterson went back to the basics this week with Catholic High-New Iberia’s Wing-T waiting on them Friday in New Iberia.

Eagles to face CHNI at St. Thomas More

Central Catholic will participate in the Kiwanis Club of Lafayette Jamboree Friday when it takes on Catholic High of New Iberia in the jamboree finale at 8 p.m. at St. Thomas More. Above, Central Catholic quarterback Blake Byrne looks to pass during the squad's scrimmage against Covenant Christian last week. (The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape)

Don’t get him wrong, Central Catholic head coach Tommy Minton wants to beat Catholic High-New Iberia in Friday’s 8 p.m. contest at St. Thomas More in the Kiwanis Club of Lafayette Jamboree.

Berwick shows positives in scrimmage against CHNI

Berwick High School scrimmaged Catholic HIgh-New Iberia, the defending Division IV state runner-up, at St. Thomas More Friday. Berwick scored once with its second-team offense, while it surrendered three first-team scores. Above, Berwick’s Audwin Williams positions himself for an attempt at a catch. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)

Berwick High School had a tough time in its scrimmage against Catholic High-New Iberia Friday as the Panthers were limited to a second-team touchdown and surrendered three first-team scores to Cath

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