Staff Report No. 7 Patterson High School advanced to the Class 3A quarterfinals with a 21-6 victory against No. 10 seed Loranger Friday in Patterson.

Morgan City High School student Michael Mancuso, center in red shirt, speaks to the news media Thursday at Lawrence Park in Morgan City in response to another high school student who objected to prayer at an assembly at the school.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

School leaders said today that St. Mary Parish school system policy affords students the opportunity to pray.

Patterson High School knocked off Abbeville High School 62-55 in overtime in both team’s season opener Thursday in Patterson. Patterson and Abbeville combined for 90 free throw attempts in the contest as Patterson was 26 of 56 from the line and Abbeville was 19 of 34 from the free throw stripe. Above, Patterson’s Alex Benjamin attempts a free throw. Benjamin finished the game with 13 points. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)

The Patterson Lumberjills used a big fourth quarter to force overtime against Abbeville before knocking them off in the extra period for a 62-55 win in both team’s season opener Thursday. Trailing 37-22 entering the fourth quarter, Patterson outscored Abbeville 23-8 in the frame to knot the score at 45 at the end of regulation.

Morgan City High School student Michael Mancuso, center in red shirt, speaks to the news media Thursday at Lawrence Park in Morgan City in response to another high school student who objected to prayer at an assembly at the school.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Patterson High School knocked off Abbeville High School 62-55 in overtime in both team’s season opener Thursday in Patterson. Patterson and Abbeville combined for 90 free throw attempts in the contest as Patterson was 26 of 56 from the line and Abbeville was 19 of 34 from the free throw stripe. Above, Patterson’s Alex Benjamin attempts a free throw. Benjamin finished the game with 13 points. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)

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Arrests reports

Benjamin Landry

A 32-year-old Pierre Part man was charged Monday with home invasion after being accused of breaking into a Bayou Vista residence Saturday, kidnapping his 4-year-old son, committing a battery on a w

Leaders in Philanthropy Awards Luncheon ticket deadline is Friday

Johnny and Mary Lou Conrad will be recognized at the Leaders in Philanthropy Awards Luncheon in Lafayette on Nov. 14.
(Submitted Photo)

Community Foundation of Acadiana’s fourth-annual Leaders in Philanthropy Awards Luncheon will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 14 at the Cajundome Convention Center in Lafayette.

Voters spurn 3 of 4 parish proposals

There were people waiting to cast their votes Tuesday evening at Berwick Junior High School. About half of the eligible voters in Berwick cast ballots.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Three of the four St. Mary Parish Home-Rule Charter amendments failed in Tuesday’s election, according to the Secretary of State’s website.

Active shooter drill held at Berwick schools

Active shooter drills were conducted at Berwick high and junior high schools Tuesday. The exercise is shown in the high school.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

The acrid smell of gunpowder wafts through the school as children run screaming from the sound of the gunshots.

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Staff Report
No. 7 Patterson High School advanced to the Class 3A quarterfinals with a 21-6 victory against No. 10 seed Loranger Friday in Patterson.

Lifestyle

Rudy Duchan and Betty Young
--Submitted photo

Rudy Joseph Duchan and Betty Ruth Singleton Young, of Patterson, wish to announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage. The wedding will take place at 5 p.m. Nov.

Obituaries

Nelwyn Welsh Bogen

Nelwyn Welsh Bogen, 76, a native of Morgan City and resident of Gibson, died Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014.

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