Central Catholic High School
Central Catholic High School recognized its athletic award winners at its awards ceremony Monday. All-District 6-V recipients included, front row from left, Sydney Williams,
Emma Aucoin, Taylor Picou and Ava Nicar. On the back row are Brooke Lipari, Hallie Autin, Katie Hoffpauir, Yani Johnson and Rebecca David. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
The Central Catholic Lady Eagles fought hard against Vermilion Catholic, Division IV’s second-ranked squad, but came up short, falling 38-28 in Morgan City Tuesday in District 7-1A action.
Central Catholic High School football players recognized for their academic accomplishments during Monday's awards ceremony include, front row from left, Dede Gant, Ryan Miller, Hunter Rulf, Cade Minton, Jesse Fontenot, Blake Hidalgo, Bailey Badeaux, Drake Angeron and Grant Stansbury. On the second row are Tyler
O'Con, Cooper LeBlanc, Michael-Anthony Hill, Blake Byrne, Taylor Blanchard, Nathan Hebb, Andrew Duval, Tyler Longman and Grant Cheramie. Not pictured are John Charles Hebert, John Rentrop, Sammy Spitale, Ja'len Johnson, Collin Kovac and Korey Kincaid. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Central Catholic High School recognized its football team during an awards ceremony Monday.
Central Catholic High School's Ja'len Johnson signed his letter of intent Wednesday to continue his football career at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Seated from left are Kyla Henderson, cousin; Jacori Johnson, brother; William Johnson Jr., father; Johnson; Tammie Johnson, mother; and Harold Henderson, grandfather. Standing are Mary Henderson, grandmother; Harold Henderson Jr., uncle; Judy Ruffin, cousin; and Anastasia Johnson, sister. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Central Catholic High School had two players sign to continue their football careers on the collegiate level Wednesday as Ja’len Johnson signed his letter of intent with the University of Louisiana