High School Sports

CCHS honors football and volleyball teams

Central Catholic recognized its football athletic award winners during an awards ceremony Thursday at the school. Award recipients, from left, are Greg Leger Jr., Mitchell Lemoine, Derwin Hebert, Bailey Badeaux, Blake
Byrne, Tanner Wiggins, Stefano Guarisco, Cole Baker, T.J. Ruffin, Jalen Johnson, Jesse Fontenot, Blake Hidalgo, Thomas Garber, Chris Singleton and Dominique Skipper. Not pictured are Sydney Holder, Harold Ganaway and Charlie Ray Solar. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)

Central Catholic High School honored its football and volleyball teams during an awards ceremony at the school Thursday.
Football award winners included:

Jones headed to OU; Augustus to Memphis

Patterson High School wide receiver Mykel Jones signed with the University of
Oklahoma Wednesday morning. He was joined at a signing ceremony by his family
as well as Patterson High School Principal Rachael Sanders. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)

Longtime teammates Mykel Jones and Nehemiah Augustus already were well known throughout the Patterson community for their athletic endeavors before they came to Patterson High School four years ago

CCHS' Guarisco inks with Nicholls

Central Catholic High School football standout Stefano Guarisco signed with Nicholls State University Wednesday morning at the school. Joining Guarisco, seated from left, are Lee Guarisco, grandfather; Grace Guarisco, grandmother; Lee Guarisco, father; Claire Guarisco, mother; Diana Grace Guarisco,
sister; and Diana Doiron, grandmother. Standing, from left, are members of the Central Catholic coaching staff in various sports who coached Guarisco through the years. From left are David Fuhrer, Larry Lombardo, Ron Case, Tommy Minton, Ree Case, Tyler Jensen and Keith Thibodeaux. (The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape)

Central Catholic High School coach Tommy Minton said some schools told standout running back Stefano Guarisco he was too small to play college football.

MCHS to face Ursuline Friday

Morgan City High School’s Lady Tiger soccer team will participate in first-round Division III action Friday when it travels to face Ursuline Academy at 4 p.m. in New Orleans. Morgan City enters the contest as the No. 23 seed, while Ursuline Academy is the No. 10 seed. Above, Morgan City’s Sheyla Valdez is in action
last month against Belle Chasse. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City High School’s girls soccer team was the subject of some late-changes to the Louisiana High School Athletic Association Division III soccer bracket when less than a day after it was anno

Tigers to face International High School Saturday

The Morgan City High School boys soccer team’s first-round opponent has been
determined as the Tigers will host International High School of New Orleans Saturday at 10 a.m. in Morgan City at Tiger Stadium. Morgan City enters the game ranked No. 14 in Division III, while International is ranked No. 19. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)


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