Central Catholic High School

CCHS edges Patterson, 48-45

Central Catholic's Ja'len Johnson converts a layup, while Patterson's Jordan Butler defends during Thursday's contest against Patterson at the Patterson's tournament. Central Catholic defeated Patterson, 48-45. Central Catholic will return to action today in the tournament with a 3:30 p.m. contest against St. Martinville, while Patterson will face Jeanerette at 6:30 p.m. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic edged Patterson, 48-45, in the nightcap of day 1 action at Patterson High School’s basketball tournament Thursday.

CCHS duo signs with Texas JUCO

Central Catholic High School standout Drake Angeron signed a national letter of intent Tuesday to play collegiate baseball at Wharton County Junior College in Texas. Seated from left are Sylvia Williams, grandmother; Jenny Williams, mother; Angeron; David
Angeron, father; and Skipper Williams, grandfather. Standing are Dru Williams, sister; Tommy Minton, Central Catholic head football coach; Tyler Jensen, Central Catholic head baseball coach; and Ree Case, Central Catholic athletic director. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)

Central Catholic standouts Drake Angeron and Greg Leger got the stress of recruiting out of the way before their senior seasons, signing national letters of intent to play collegiate baseball at Wh

CCHS fishing team competes in tournament

Central Catholic’s first high school fishing team competed in the Louisiana High School Bassmasters Fall Qualifier Oct. 15. A record 131 teams competed in the season’s first tournament on the Red River in north Louisiana. It was a tough day of fishing, the Red River was much lower than usual and conditions were challenging. Gunnar Theriot, left, and Ben Harrington of the Central Catholic High School Fishing Team took 26th place in the tournament, weighing in two fish with a total weight of 3.79 pounds. The next tournament will be held on the Calcasieu River in Lake Charles in February. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Sarah Theriot)

Ascension Episcopal eliminates CCHS in Division IV semifinals

Central Catholic High School's Nathan Hebb, left, and Greg Leger, close in on Ascension Episcopal quarterback Jake Vascocu as he attempts a pass during Friday's Division IV semifinal contest in
Youngsville. While Central Catholic's defense held Ascension Episcopal to its lowest point total of the season and collected three first-half turnovers, the Eagles were not able to get enough offensive pro
duction to secure the victory. Central Catholic, which won seven out of its last nine games after a 1-3 start, concludes its 2016 season with an 8-5 mark. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic got the defensive performance it needed Friday night in its Division IV semifinal contest against top-seeded Ascension Episcopal.


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