Central Catholic High School fell to Hanson Memorial Saturday, 3-1 as costly errors and a lack of hitting doomed the squad. Above, Central Catholic pitcher Greg Leger Jr. fires a pitch. Leger pitched 6.1 innings and allowed just three hits, walked five, hit one batter and fanned 10. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

AMELIA — Hanson’s John Guienze limited Central Catholic’s offense, and the Eagles’ defense committed costly errors late in a 3-1 loss Saturday in a top 5 Class 1A matchup.

Brenna Eaker, at left in the photo at left, along with Kim Bouldin, Rebecca Hudson and Gracie Cole, skate up the La. 182 bridge from Morgan City to Berwick on Sunday. They are pushing strollers with about 100 pounds of gear in each one.
The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald

A Colorado women’s roller derby team, on a mission to raise funds to stop domestic violence and sexual assault, skated their way into the Tri-City area Sunday as part of a 2,800-mile trip across the country.
All ballot propositions except one passed in Saturday’s election. The St. Mary Parish government’s $6.5 million bond proposal with .92 mills to support its newly created road district failed with 1,012 votes or 46.83 percent, in favor to 1,149 votes, or 53.17 percent against.

Central Catholic High School fell to Hanson Memorial Saturday, 3-1 as costly errors and a lack of hitting doomed the squad. Above, Central Catholic pitcher Greg Leger Jr. fires a pitch. Leger pitched 6.1 innings and allowed just three hits, walked five, hit one batter and fanned 10. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Brenna Eaker, at left in the photo at left, along with Kim Bouldin, Rebecca Hudson and Gracie Cole, skate up the La. 182 bridge from Morgan City to Berwick on Sunday. They are pushing strollers with about 100 pounds of gear in each one.
The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald

Coast Guard personnel advance, receive awards

Boatswain Mate 2nd Class Petty Officer Timothy Dinger, right, advanced to 1st Class Petty Officer Thursday. Dinger is from Patterson. Marine Safety Unit Commanding Officer Capt. David McClellan is at right.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Four U.S. Coast Guard members of Marine Safety Unit Morgan City advanced Thursday, and six awards were handed out to other members during an advancement and awards ceremony at the St.

School supply drive

From left, St. Mary Community Action Agency and Head Start Director Almetra Franklin, CAA staffer Delores Stewart, Miss CAA Jalisa Stewart and Journee Stewart are shown with goods donated during the “School Supply Drive for Head Start Students.”

Reigning Miss Community Action Agency Jalisa Stewart says she believes it is a privilege to serve the community in any way possible.

Winning oar boat crew

The crew of Dragna’s Dragoons celebrates their first-place win at the Atchafalaya River Oar Boat Race on Sunday during the 79th annual Louisiana Shrimp & Petroleum Festival in Morgan City. Crew members were Quinn Toups, Joe Cavalier, Bryan Crochet, Clarence Toups, Brett Bourgeois, Edd Thorton and Harris Dehart. The defeated Charlie’s Pawn Pirates.
(The Daily Review Photo by Harlan Kirgan)

The crew of Dragna’s Dragoons celebrates their first-place win at the Atchafalaya River Oar Boat Race on Sunday during the 79th annual Louisiana Shrimp & Petroleum Festival in Morgan City.

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Central Catholic High School fell to Hanson Memorial Saturday, 3-1 as costly errors and a lack of hitting doomed the squad. Above, Central Catholic pitcher Greg Leger Jr. fires a pitch. Leger pitched 6.1 innings and allowed just three hits, walked five, hit one batter and fanned 10. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

AMELIA — Hanson’s John Guienze limited Central Catholic’s offense, and the Eagles’ defense committed costly errors late in a 3-1 loss Saturday in a top 5 Class 1A matchup.

Lifestyle

Born to Jaclyn Nicole Fields and Edwin Arnoldo Fonseca of Morgan City, a boy, Edwin Joshua Fonseca, on Jan. 8 at Teche Regional Medical Center in Morgan City.

Obituaries

Eveyln Shelton, 95, of Morgan City, Louisiana, died Sunday, March 29, 2015, at her home.

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