High School Sports
Morgan City High School won its opener in its annual Tiger Classic with an 81-73 victory against West St. Mary Monday. Above is Morgan City’s Deondre Walker in
action. Morgan City will return to action today in the tournament when it faces South Lafourche in the day’s final game. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Morgan City High School held off a West St. Mary fourth-quarter rally for an 81-73 victory in the first-day action at Morgan City’s Tiger Classic.
Patterson High School earned its second win of the season Monday with a 51-45 victory against South Terrebonne in tournament action at Catholic High-New Iberia. Above, Patterson’s Jazmin Evans defends against Abbeville during the Lumberjills’ season opener last week. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)
The Patterson Lumberjills outscored South Terrebonne 30-22 in the second half for a 51-45 victory against South Terrebonne in opening round action at Catholic High-New Iberia’s Gobble Gobble Shoot-
No. 7 Patterson High School advanced to the quarterfinal round of the Class 3A playoffs after knocking off No. 10 seed Loranger, 21-6, in regional round action Friday. Patterson High now will make the long trip to near Arkansas where it will face No. 15 seed North Webster, who upset No. 2 seed Church Point in other regional round action. Above, Patterson’s Daylon Charlot makes a move against
Loranger’s Cody Watts. (The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape)
Patterson jumped out to 21-0 lead en route to a 21-6 Class 3A second-round playoff win against Loranger Friday at the Sugar Dome.
No. 3 Central Catholic High School’s season came to an end as No. 6 Ouachita Christian upset the home standing squad, 38-0, in Division IV (Class 1A select) quarterfinal action in Morgan City Friday. The loss snapped a six-game
winning streak for Central Catholic, who finishes its season with a 9-3 mark. Ouachita Christian advanced to the Division IV semifinals where it will host No. 2 seed St. Mary’s. Above, Central Catholic’s Sage Thibodeaux, left, and Garret LeBlanc bring down Ouachita Christian’s Josh Pennebacker. (The Daily Review/Courtney Long)
No. 3 Central Catholic’s successful season came to an end Friday with a 38-0 shutout loss to Class 1A powerhouse and No. 6 seed in the quarterfinal round of the Division IV playoffs.