Football

CCHS to host Gueydan for homecoming

Central Catholic's Chris Singleton carries the football during last week's contest. Singleton has rushed for more than a combined 300 yards and scored six touchdowns in the last two weeks since returning from an injury. Central Catholic will continue District 7-1A play Friday when it hosts Gueydan for homecoming.

Central Catholic will host Gueydan High School in a District 7-1A contest Friday that also is the Eagles’ homecoming game.

MCHS to face Vandebilt Catholic Friday

Morgan City High School's Kalen Hillen runs with the football during last week's 49-28 loss to South Terrebonne. Hillen had a receiving touchdown for Morgan City. The Tigers will continue District 7-4A play Friday when they travel to face Vandebilt Catholic. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Mico Aloisio)

The Morgan City High School Tigers will be looking to upset Vandebilt Catholic on the road in District 7-4A action Friday.

Berwick will travel to E.D. White Friday

Berwick High School's Denver Jenkins breaks up a pass, while teammate D.J. Robicheaux looks on during last week's 28-0 victory against Haynes Academy in Kenner. Berwick will resume District 8-3A play this week when it travels to face E.D. White. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)

The Berwick Panthers will look to carry the momentum from last week’s 28-0 victory against Haynes Academy into Friday’s District 8-3A contest at E.D. White in Thibodaux.

CCHS remains No. 10 in 1A prep poll

Central Catholic quarterback Blake Byrne prepares to pass during last week's contest against Hanson Memorial. Central Catholic remains No. 10 this week in the
latest Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 1A prep football poll. Central Catholic will return to action Friday when it hosts Gueydan for homecoming. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Central Catholic Eagles remained ranked No. 10 in the latest Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 1A poll released Monday.

Lumberjacks upset Erath, 45-35

Patterson High quarterback Hector Tolento prepares to release a pass while running back Dontre Nicholas blocks during the Lumberjacks' contest with Erath Friday. Patterson picked up its second straight win with a 45-35 victory. Tolento threw for 291 yards and two scores, while Nicholas rushed for 107 yards and a touchdown. The Lumberjacks will return to action Friday when it hosts North Vermilion for homecoming. (The Daily Review/Bill Decker)

Patterson upset the Erath Bobcats, 45-35, Friday, handing Erath and the state’s leading rusher, Elijah Mitchell, their first district loss this season.

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