Turnovers hurt Morgan City in 49-28 loss to South Terrebonne

Morgan City High School's Keith Henderson attempts to get by a South Terrebonne defender during Friday's contest in Morgan City. The Morgan City Tigers fell 49-28. The Tigers will return to action Friday when they travel to Houma to face Vandebilt Catholic in a 7 p.m. contest. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Mico Aloisio)

Morgan City couldn’t overcome turnovers in a 49-28 District 7-4A loss to South Terrebonne Friday at Tiger Stadium in Morgan City.

Berwick shuts out Haynes Academy, 28-0

Berwick High School head football coach Eric Holden talks to members of his team during Friday's 28-0 victory against Haynes Academy in Kenner. The Panthers pitched their first shut out of the season, limiting Haynes to just 75 yards of offense. Friday also was Holden's birthday. The Panthers, who improved to 6-2 overall, will return to District 8-3A play Friday when they travel to face E.D. White in a 7 p.m. contest. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)

The Berwick High School football team gave Coach Eric Holden the perfect birthday gift Friday: a 28-0 victory against Haynes Academy at Muss Bertolino Stadium.

CCHS routs Hanson, 46-6

Central Catholic High School's Jesse Fontenot (54) and Dominic Skipper (6) corral a Hanson ball carrier, while other defenders come to offer assistance. Central Catholic's defense turned in another impressive performance, limiting Hanson to just 100 yards of offense and six points in Thursday's 46-6 victory in District 7-1A action in Franklin. Central Catholic will return to action Oct. 28 when it hosts Gueydan for homecoming. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic scored 46 points on offense Thursday in its 46-6 victory against Hanson, but its defense was just as dominant.


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