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.
Patterson High School football coach Marvin Dantzler announced that he is resigning his football post immediately. Dantzler, a Louisiana native, spent a year leading the Lumberjacks after returning to Louisiana from Booker T. Washington in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He
finished his lone season at Patterson with a 3-7 mark. Above, Dantzler talks to his team after their spring game against Cecilia. Patterson Principal Rachael Sanders said a national search for Dantzler's replacement will commence. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
First-year Patterson High School football coach Marvin Dantzler has resigned, effective immediately.
Ascension Episcopal quarterback Jake Vascocu looks for a receiver while Central Catholic's Isaiah Skipper pressures Friday in Youngsville. Ascension Episcopal won a
thriller, 42-41, to earn the District 7-1A crown outright. Both teams advanced to the Class 1A postseason, Ascension Episcopal as the No. 1 seed in Division IV and Central
Catholic, the No. 12 seed in Division IV. Central Catholic will begin postseason play Friday in first-round action at district foe Lafayette Christian, Division IV's fifth seed. (The Daily Review/Bill Decker)
In a game filled with highlights and momentum swings, Central Catholic was dealt a heartbreaker as it fell just short to Ascension Episcopal, 42-41, in a Week 10 showdown for the District 7-1A titl
Berwick High School's John McCorkle follows throw on a kick during Week 1 action against Morgan City, while holder Cody Roberie looks on. McCorkle nailed a 23-yard field goal with 15 seconds remaining in Friday's regular season finale against
North Vermilion to lift the Panthers to a 31-30 win. Berwick has advanced to the postseason for the first time in 20 years. The Panthers, Class 3A's No. 11 seed, will host No. 22 seed Brusly Friday at 7 p.m. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)
The Berwick Panthers edged the North Vermilion Patriots Friday, 31-30, on a 23-yard game-winning field goal by John McCorkle to finish the regular season 8-2 heading into the playoffs.