Berwick tops Patterson

Patterson’s Kailyn Johnson fires a shot across the net while, Berwick’s Brie Hill and Ashton Morales defend. Looking on is Berwick’s Maddie Gray. Berwick defeated Patterson in three games, 25-16, 25-14, 25-13 Thursday.

Staff Report

PATTERSON — The Berwick Lady Panthers picked up a district victory Thursday against Patterson with a 3-0 (25-16, 25-14, 25-13) win.

The Lady Panthers had 12 aces in the contest, led by four apiece from Hannah Carpenter and Brie Hill. Carpenter had 10 digs also, while Hill had 18 kills and seven digs.

Other top contributors for the Lady Panthers included Ashton Morales, one ace, six kills, 19 assists, three digs; Diana Grace Guarisco, two aces, three kills, three assists, five digs; and Maddie Gray, five kills, a dig.

Gaylen Grogan led Patterson with two aces, two points, four kills and three blocks; Tamia Washington, an ace, three points, six kills; and Rachel Easley, seven digs, an assist.

Other top contributors included Nyria Robinson, five kills, two digs; Kailyn Johnson, two aces, four assists; and Katelyn Thibodaux, eight digs.

In junior varsity action, Berwick won 25-18, 25-15.

Mary Jordan Melancon had an ace, one kill, one block and five digs for Berwick; Madeleine Hover, two aces, five assists, three digs; and Rosalyn Gros, one ace, 13 digs.

Other top contributors included Taylor Bourgeois, four kills; and Sydney Aucoin, three kills.

Berwick (15-13 overall, 5-3 in district) will return to action this weekend when it participates in Terrebonne High’s Lady Tiger Classic at the Houma-Terrebonne Civic Center.

Central Catholic clinches

district title

The Central Catholic Lady Eagles clinched the Division 5, District 6 title with a 25-8, 25-14, 25-7 win against Covenant Christian in Morgan City Thursday.

The Lady Eagles also celebrated Senior Night on the occasion.

Central Catholic coach Latashia Wise said she was happy the way her seniors performed during the contest.

“They enjoyed the game and had fun,” she said.

As for the district title, Wise said, “(It) always feels good when you can be successful to win a district title. I’m very proud of the seniors and the Lady Eagles.”

Wise said she hopes her squad can continue its success, which currently includes a 14-game winning streak, into the playoffs.

No individual statistics were available from Thursday’s contest.

The Lady Eagles 26-8 overall, 5-0 in district, will try to cap a perfect district season Tuesday when they travel to face West St. John.

Morgan City falls to Lutcher

The Morgan City Lady Tigers fell to Lutcher in district action at home, 13-25, 11-25, 16-25.

Kloé Liner led Morgan City with six kills and nine digs, while Layne Reynaud had two kills, 10 assists and four digs.

Other top contributors included Brandi Ingram, one ace, four kills, three digs; Marilynn Bailey, one kill, 11 digs; Taylor Prince, one assist, eight digs; and Savannah Loupe, seven digs.

In junior varsity action, Morgan City fell to Lutcher 19-25, 15-25.

Cecily Feliciano led the Lady Tigers with one ace, three kills, two assists and five digs; Karley Guidry, one kill, four assists, two digs; and Dwanna LeBeau, one ace, one kill, four digs.

Other top contributors included Sara Gaudet, one kill, four digs; Katelyn Gautreaux, five digs; and Elicia Dorsey, one block.

Morgan City (10-20 overall, 3-5 in district) will return to action this weekend when it participates in Dunham’s tournament.

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