Central Catholic High School

CCHS to host Westminster Christian Friday

Central Catholic football players run through their banner prior to the squad's Division IV first-round playoff game against Lafayette Christian last week.
Central Catholic, Division IV's No. 12 seed, will host No. 4 Westminster Christian Academy Friday in a 7 p.m. contest. (The Daily Review/Shea Drake)

Central Catholic will try to knock off its second’s consecutive top five seed in as many weeks when the Eagles host No.

Prep swimmers to conclude seasons at state meet

Berwick High School will have the largest contingent locally at the state swim meet this week. Participants include, front row from left, Maya McGinnis, Mary Morella, Peytan Theriot, Mary Jordan Melancon, Abbie Koen and Alyssa Gray. On the middle row are Ty Kapp, Mikey
Martin, Megan Soileau, Maci Broussard and Mary Catherine Reggie. On the back row are Zeph Hoffpauir, Caleb Perry, Grayson Wells, Denver Jenkins, Stephen Theriot, Kyle Boudreaux, Luke Orlando, Joseph Borkowski and Landon Broussard. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Berwick High School)

Tri-City area high school swimmers will conclude their seasons this week at the AllState Sugar Bowl Louisiana High School Athletic Association Championship Swim Meet at SPAR Aquatic Center in Sulph

CCHS defeats LCA, 48-28

Central Catholic High School's Samarick Paul heads downfield during the Eagles' 48-28 Division IV first-round playoff victory against Lafayette Christian in Lafayette Friday. Paul had an all-around performance, accounting for
339 yards and four touchdowns on offense and adding almost 100 more yards in kickoff returns. The Eagles will return to action Friday when they host Westminster Christian in second-round action. (The Daily Review/Shea Drake)

Central Catholic unleashed Samarick Paul on Lafayette Christian Academy Friday, and the senior led the Eagles to a 48-28 Division IV first-round playoff win.

CCHS falls in Division V semifinals

Central Catholic High School's Yani Johnson defends at the net against Ascension Episcopal's Gabbi Temblay during Friday's Division V semifinal match at the Pontchartrain Center. Ascension Episcopal eliminated Central Catholic with a 3-0 victory (25-16, 25-15, 25-12). Central Catholic concludes its season with a 28-12 mark. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Ascension Episcopal simply proved to be too much for Central Catholic in their Division V semifinal match Friday, sweeping the Lady Eagles 3-0 (25-16, 25-15, 25-12).

CCHS to face Houma Christian Thursday

Central Catholic High School's Hallie Autin hits at the net between two Catholic HighPointe Coupee defenders during the teams' Division V second-round playoff game Nov.
3 in Morgan City. Central Catholic continues postseason action Thursday when it faces district rival Houma Christian at the Pontchartrain Center in Kenner at 12:40 p.m. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

When the Central Catholic Lady Eagles take the court at the Pontchartrain Center Thursday, they will be facing an opponent they went five sets with and beat this season for the second straight post

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