Central Catholic High School
Central Catholic High School defenders Dominic Skipper (No. 6) and Kaden Scott latch onto St. John of Plaquemine’s Devin Brock during last week’s 30-0 Central Catholic victory in Morgan City. Central Catholic will return to action Thursday when it hosts Opelousas Catholic in a 7 p.m. contest. Opelousas Catholic Coach Thomas David is a Central Catholic graduate and worked as an assitant for Central Catholic Coach Tommy Minton during Minton’s days as head coach at Plaquemine High and Patterson High. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Ex-longtime coaching colleagues and good friends Tommy Minton and Thomas David will match wits on the football field Thursday when Minton’s Central Catholic Eagles host David’s Opelousas Catholic V
Central Catholic High School’s Chris Singleton tries to slip a tackle attempt by St. John of Plaquemine’s Landon LeBlanc during Central Catholic’s 30-0 victory last week in Morgan City. Central Catholic rose two spots to No. 4 in the latest Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 1A poll following the victory. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Central Catholic rose two spots to No. 4 in the latest Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 1A poll released.
Central Catholic started its 2016 season with a 30-0 victory against St. John of Plaquemine Thursday in Morgan City. Central Catholic’s defense limited St. John to 18 yards of offense. Above, Central Catholic’s Bailey Badeaux, left, and Isaiah Skipper converge on St. John of Plaquemine quarterback Adam Blanchard for a sack. The Eagles sacked Blanchard five times. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Central Catholic may have totaled 30 points with two different Eagles scoring touchdowns and another topping 100 yards rushing, but it was the defense that stole the show in the squad’s season-open