girls basketball

Ascension Episcopal girls defeat Berwick, 47-38

Berwick High School's Madison Carline attempts a layup during the Lady Panthers' contest with Ascension Episcopal Tuesday in Berwick. The Lady Panthers fell, 47-38. Carline had 10 points in the loss. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Ascension Episcopal outscored Berwick, 30-17, in the second half for a 47-38 victory at Berwick Tuesday.

CCHS Lady Eagles split games Wednesday

Central Catholic split its basketball games Wednesday, dropping its finale at Lafayette Christian Academy's tournament to Acadiana, while bouncing back later in the day to defeat Catholic High of New Iberia.
Above, Central Catholic's Hallie Autin shoots during earlier season action against Patterson. Central Catholic will return to action at home Monday when it hosts West St. Mary. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic split its games Wednesday in high school basketball action.

Patterson edges CCHS, 34-32

Patterson High School's Makayla Ruiz dribbles down court while defended by Central Catholic's Jalaysia Bertran during the teams' contest at
Patterson Thursday. Patterson held on for the win after a big fourth quarter by Central Catholic for a 34-32 win. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Patterson High School held off a huge fourth quarter rally by Central Catholic for a 34-32 win in both teams’ season opener.

Lady Tigers win opener

Morgan City High School's Laqwaijha Bourgeois heads towards the basket during Tuesday's contest against Terrebonne High School. Bourgeois led
Morgan City with 20 points in the win. Morgan City will return to action Thursday when it hosts Central Lafourche. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City High School won its season opener with a 49-39 victory against Terrebonne in Morgan City Tuesday.

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