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CCHS' Guarisco inks with Nicholls

Central Catholic High School football standout Stefano Guarisco signed with Nicholls State University Wednesday morning at the school. Joining Guarisco, seated from left, are Lee Guarisco, grandfather; Grace Guarisco, grandmother; Lee Guarisco, father; Claire Guarisco, mother; Diana Grace Guarisco,
sister; and Diana Doiron, grandmother. Standing, from left, are members of the Central Catholic coaching staff in various sports who coached Guarisco through the years. From left are David Fuhrer, Larry Lombardo, Ron Case, Tommy Minton, Ree Case, Tyler Jensen and Keith Thibodeaux. (The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape)

Central Catholic High School coach Tommy Minton said some schools told standout running back Stefano Guarisco he was too small to play college football.

CCHS beats Hanson 69-54

Central Catholic senior Tanner Wiggins goes up for a lay up during the Eagles’ contest with Vermilion Catholic last week in Morgan City. Wiggins scored eight points Monday in the Eagles’ 69-54 victory against Hanson Memorial in Morgan City Monday. The Eagles will return to action Friday when they travel to face Gueydan in a 7 p.m. contest. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Central Catholic Eagles knocked off Hanson Memorial 69-54 in District 7-1A boys’ basketball action in Morgan City Monday.

H.L. Bourgeois tops Central Catholic 67-60

Central Catholic’s Jalen Johnson heads to the basket during the Eagles’ contest
against E.D. White earlier this month. Johnson scored 11 points but Central
Catholic fell to H.L. Bourgeois, 67-60, Tuesday in Morgan City. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

H.L. Bourgeois defeated Central Catholic 67-60 in the Eagles’ home opener Tuesday in Morgan City.

Tigers lose to Green Devils in 61-56 contest

Morgan City High School’s Makye Richard (15) passes the ball to Cedric Gant (23) during the Tigers non-district loss to Plaquemine, 61-56. The Tigers will be in action starting Thursday in the East Ascension Tournament in Gonzales.
--The Daily Review/Corwin Murray

Plaquemine stormed back from 13 points down in the fourth quarter to upend Morgan City 61-56 at Morgan City High School Tuesday night.

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