High School Sports

Fan Day

HANSON MEMORIAL HIGH School hosted its second annual Fan Day Aug. 15. Head Coach Brett Blakey introduced the players and coaches for the upcoming football season.

Administrators accept ALS Ice Bucket challenge

Berwick High School Principal Buffy Fegenbush, Berwick Junior High School Principal Tim Hymel and Assistant Principal Lane Larive all were nominated by the St. Mary Principals Association to partake in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in honor of former association member Tommy Bourgeois, who succumbed to the disease in January. All three completed the feat during halftime of Berwick High School’s scrimmage with Morgan City High Friday at Geisler Stadium in Berwick. At left, Fegenbush reacts after being doused by Berwick football player Tre Matthews, while Hymel, center, receives his ice bath from Berwick’s Jeremy Boudreaux, and at right, Larive braces to receive a dousing from Braden Billiot. The trio challenged all those who have completed the challenge to donate to ALS in memory of Bourgeois. A total of $2,274 in gate receipts from Friday’s scrimmage will be donated to Louisiana-Mississippi’s ALS chapter. (The Daily Review/Courtney Long)

Youth Fest features Payton, Long

Morning Glory Ministries in Morgan City held its sixth annual Youth Fest Saturday. In addition to keynote speaker Jeric Bias, special guests in attendence were NBA draft pick Elfrid Payton of the Orlando Magic and former Morgan City High and current ULL standout Shawn Long. Payton was selected 10th overall in this year’s draft. Above, Payton (center, left) and Long, (center, right) pose with attendees. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)

Morning Glory Ministries in Morgan City held its sixth annual Youth Fest Saturday at the church.

Patterson defense shuts out St. James

Patterson’s Mykel Jones heads downfield during the Lumberjacks’ participation in the Louisiana High School Officials Association Clinic earlier this month at E.D. White. Patterson scrimmaged St. James Thursday. The team’s first- and second-team offenses each scored a touchdown, while its defense pitched a shutout. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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