Patterson High alum Blake Dreyer signed a letter of intent on Friday to continue his baseball career at Sterling College in Sterling, Kansas. Dreyer is a 2016 Patterson High graduate who played baseball for four years for the Lumberjacks. With Dreyer, are his father, Daniel Dreyer, left, and Sterling College Head Baseball Coach Jacob White. Brennan Gouaux was also signed by Sterling College, thanks to Blake Dreyer touting Gouaux's talent, but chose not to pose for a signing photo.
—The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute

While Sterling College’s baseball coaches were showing former Patterson High School standout Blake Dreyer around the Kansas school, and bragging a bit, Dreyer tooted the horn of St. Mary Parish talent and that of his best friend.

Boys Scouts Sean Dennis and Hunter Bella of Troop 49 in Morgan City hold an American flag during Saturday’s flag retirement ceremony at Lake End Parkway. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)

Local Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts retired more than 3,000 American flags that were past their prime Saturday, respectfully disposing of the nation’s symbol of freedom and sacrifice.

Morgan City High School's Sh'Diamond Holly shoots, while Patterson High's Erykah Singleton looks on during the teams' contest at Centerville's Tournament of the Teche Saturday. Morgan City won the contest, 52-38.
--The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute

Morgan City finished 2-0 this weekend at Centerville’s Tournament of the Teche, knocking off Teurlings Friday and Patterson Saturday. Friday, Morgan City defeated Teurlings, 47-33.

Patterson High alum Blake Dreyer signed a letter of intent on Friday to continue his baseball career at Sterling College in Sterling, Kansas. Dreyer is a 2016 Patterson High graduate who played baseball for four years for the Lumberjacks. With Dreyer, are his father, Daniel Dreyer, left, and Sterling College Head Baseball Coach Jacob White. Brennan Gouaux was also signed by Sterling College, thanks to Blake Dreyer touting Gouaux's talent, but chose not to pose for a signing photo.
—The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute

Boys Scouts Sean Dennis and Hunter Bella of Troop 49 in Morgan City hold an American flag during Saturday’s flag retirement ceremony at Lake End Parkway. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)

Morgan City High School's Sh'Diamond Holly shoots, while Patterson High's Erykah Singleton looks on during the teams' contest at Centerville's Tournament of the Teche Saturday. Morgan City won the contest, 52-38.
--The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute

Franklin teams honored

The Franklin City Council and Mayor Raymond Harris Jr. honored the Franklin All-Stars eight, 10, 11 and 12 year-olds for their achievements in Dixie Youth Softball this year. Mayor Harris presented each member in attendance at the council meeting Tuesday with a certificate. Photos do not include all team meetings due to limited space inside council chambers.

Tourism official: Flood shows La.’s resiliency

Doug Bourgeois, director of the Byways collection for the state Office of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, speaks Wednesday during the St. Mary Chamber of Commerce Business Luncheon. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)

Recent widespread flooding in parts of south Louisiana will once again show residents’ resiliency and the state’s great outdoor opportunities for visitors, a state tourism official said Wednesday.

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Patterson High alum Blake Dreyer signed a letter of intent on Friday to continue his baseball career at Sterling College in Sterling, Kansas. Dreyer is a 2016 Patterson High graduate who played baseball for four years for the Lumberjacks. With Dreyer, are his father, Daniel Dreyer, left, and Sterling College Head Baseball Coach Jacob White. Brennan Gouaux was also signed by Sterling College, thanks to Blake Dreyer touting Gouaux's talent, but chose not to pose for a signing photo.
—The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute

While Sterling College’s baseball coaches were showing former Patterson High School standout Blake Dreyer around the Kansas school, and bragging a bit, Dreyer tooted the horn of St.

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