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Eagles blow past St. Martin’s Episcopal 49-0

Central Catholic’s Matthew Barbier connects on an extra point during the Eagles’ 49-0 win against St. Martin’s Episcopal Friday. Barbier finished 7-for-7 in the win. Central Catholic now will advance to the second round where they will travel to face District 7-1A foe and Division 4 top seed Vermilion Catholic. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. in Abbeville. (Photo credit: Valerie LeBlanc)

 

CCHS will meet St. Martin’s

Central Catholic’s Nick Case fights for yardage as he is taken down during the Eagles’ contest against Lafayette Christian earlier this season. The Eagles, the No. 16 seed, will host St. Martin’s Episcopal, the No. 17 seed, at 7 p.m. Friday. (The Daily Review/Valerie LeBlanc)

The Central Catholic Eagles will open the Division 4 (Class 1A) postseason Friday against St. Martin’s Friday.

On To Kenner

Central Catholic will begin play in the state tournament Thursday against No. 5 seed Academy of Sacred Heart Grand Coteau at 10:50 a.m. The Lady Eagles, the No. 4 seed, enter the state tournament for the fourth consecutive year. They have fallen in the state semifinals the last three years and the prior year, the state quarterfinals. Above, from left, Megan Landry, Elizabeth Garber, Olivia Crawford, Meo Knight, Brittany Longman and Kaitlyn Gros celebrate late in the Lady Eagles’ regional round contest against No. 13 Northside Christian. Look for more in the coming days in print and at www.stmarynow.com on the Lady Eagles’ trip to Kenner as well as results. All Lady Eagles’ games at the state tournament will be broadcast on KBZE 105.9 FM. (Photo credit: Michelle Blanc)

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