SULPHUR _ Ascension Catholic rallied for two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to take a comeback 6-4 win over the Hanson Memorial Lady Tigers here Friday in the Class A quarterfinals at the
High School Sports
Central Catholic High School basketball standout Randi Brown has signed a basketball scholarship with the University of New Orleans. Brown is with her family and members of the Central Catholic athletic staff. Seated with Brown, center, are her brother, David Brown, left; and her mother, Shari Brown holding her godbrother, Azarian Jenkins. Standing are Central Catholic girls basketball coach Jamarr Garrett, left, and Central Catholic athletic director Ree Case. Look for more on Brown’s signing in Monday’s newspaper. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Errors in the field and on the base path hurt the No. 30 seed Morgan City Tigers as they fell 9-1 to No. 3 Teurlings Catholic in Class 4A first-round action Thursday.
The Patterson Lumberjacks’ season came to an end Thursday as the No. 27 seed squad was eliminated by the No. 6 seed Brusly Panthers 10-0 in five innings. The win capped the end of a Patterson season in which the squad set a school record with 19 wins. Above, Kenny Singleton releases a pitch during Patterson’s action last month against Berwick High School. Singleton took the loss in Thursday’s contest. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
The No. 27 seed Patterson Lumberjacks’ season came to an end Thursday with a 10-0 run-rule loss to No. 6 seed Brusly High School in five innings.
Central Catholic’s Bryson Barbier celebrates with the Eagles’ dugout after recording a hit during the Eagles’ 11-0 run-rule victory against False River in Class 1A bi-district action in Amelia Thursday. Barbier pitched a no-hitter and struckout nine, including eight on a called third strike in the win. The Eagles, the No. 3 seed, will play again Tuesday at 5 p.m. against No. 19 seed St. Edmund in Eunice. St. Edmund upset No. 14 seed Christian Life 7-5. (The Daily Review/Zach Fitzgerald)