Brendan Chase Lodrigue, a football player at Munford High School in Munford, Tenn., has signed a football scholarship with Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tenn. Standing behind Lodrigue are his three coaches, from left, Aaron Marshall, Brandon Usery and Tim Driscoll. He is the son of Samantha and John Lodrigue, formerly of Berwick. His grandparents are Daisy and John Lodrigue Sr. of Berwick. He also is the nephew of Carrie and Duane Lodrigue of Berwick. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Daisy Lodrigue)
High School Sports
Berwick and Morgan City high schools participated in Berwick’s Panther Classic this past weekend. The Panthers finished the weekend 1-1, falling to Chalmette in the championship game, while Morgan City finished 1-2, with its win coming against Ellender. Berwick’s Brandon Fryou lays out for a catch in foul territory against Chalmette, while teammates and coaches look on. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
The Berwick Panthers finished 1-1 this weekend at its Panther Classic with a win against Morgan City Friday before falling to Chalmette in extra innings Saturday.
Patterson and Berwick softball teams were in action this weekend as they hosted their annual tournaments. Patterson finished 3-0 at the Ned Stephens Memorial Tournament, while Berwick finsihed 0-2 at its Lady Panther Classic. Pictured is Patterson’s Taylor Hall follows through on a pitch, while first baseman Gaylen Grogan prepares to play defense. (The Daily Review/Harlan Kirgan)
The Patterson Lumberjills finished 3-0 at the second annual Ned Stephens Memorial Tournament this weekend at Kemper Williams Park.
The Central Catholic Lady Eagles celebrate following their Class 1A state championship win against North Central Saturday. The Lady Eagles rallied in the final 28.3 seconds to scored six points and overcome a three-point deficit for a 67-64 victory. Look for more photos from the game and and the celebration that followed on page 12. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
In a back and forth, tightly contested game, Central Catholic’s seniors took the reins and led the school to its first-ever girls basketball title with a 67-64 victory against North Central in the
The Central Catholic Lady Eagles and Head coach Jamarr Garrett begin to celebrate following their 67-64 win in the Class 1A State Championship contest Saturday in Lake Charles. Central Catholic scored six points in the final 28.4 seconds to erase a three-point deficit and come away with the win. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)