Hanson Memorial

Locals do well in USFA World Series win

Kennedy Hebert, right, from Morgan City High School and Allyssa Young from Hanson Memorial are members of the La Starz 2000 softball team that won the USFA World Series in Panama City Beach, Florida, on Saturday. Hebert had eight hits with a .571 average; seven singles, one home run, five RBIs, and eight runs scored. Young had also had eight hits with a .571 average; six singles, two doubles, six RBIs and four runs scored. Neither player struck out during the tournament. The tournament was held July 12-18.
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Kennedy Hebert from Morgan City High School and Allyssa Young from Hanson Memorial are members of the La Starz 2000 softball team that won the USFA World Series in Panama City Beach, Florida, on Sa

E.D. White edges Patterson 3-2

Patterson High School oufielder Jake Lagrange awaits the ball for
a catch during the Lumberjacks’ District 9-3A contest with E.D.
White at Patterson Tuesday. E.D. White edged Patterson 3-2. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

E.D. White edged Patterson 3-2 in District 9-3A action at Patterson High Tuesday.

Central Catholic blanks Hanson 2-0

Central Catholic High School’s Halley Romero throws back into the infield during
the Lady Eagles’ contest against Hanson Thursday. Central Catholic won 2-0 in a battle of top 10 teams, according to the latest unofficial Louisiana High School Athletic Association Class 1A power rankings. Central Catholic is ranked No. 1 and Hanson, No. 7. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Central Catholic Lady Eagles shut out Hanson 2-0 in District 7-1A softball action in Bayou Vista Thursday.

CCHS edges Hanson, 47-46

Central Catholic’s Charlie Solar prepares to head to the basket for a shot attempt during Tuesday’s contest against Hanson. Central Catholic held off fourth-quarter rally by the Tigers for a 47-46 win. Also pictured on defense is Hanson’s Royce Norton. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic survived a big fourth-quarter rally by Hanson for a 47-46 District 7-1A victory Tuesday.

Central Catholic, Patterson win first-round playoff games

Central Catholic and Patterson remained in the Division IV (Class 1A select) and Class 3A postseasons, respectively, with wins in first-round action Friday involving east St.

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