High School Sports

McCorkle wins national weekly kicking award

Berwick High School's John McCorkle attempts a kick during the Panthers' season opener against Morgan City, while holder Cody Roberie looks on. McCorkle was named Kohl's Kicking National Player of the Week last
week after connecting on a game-winning field goal in the Panthers' 31-30 victory against North Vermilion in Week 10. Besides the 23-yard field goal, McCorkle also was 2-for-2 on point-after attempts. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)

Berwick High School senior kicker John McCorkle was named Kohl’s Kicking National Player of the Week after connecting on a game-winning field goal against North Vermilion in the Panthers’ Week 10 c

CCHS defeats LCA, 48-28

Central Catholic High School's Samarick Paul heads downfield during the Eagles' 48-28 Division IV first-round playoff victory against Lafayette Christian in Lafayette Friday. Paul had an all-around performance, accounting for
339 yards and four touchdowns on offense and adding almost 100 more yards in kickoff returns. The Eagles will return to action Friday when they host Westminster Christian in second-round action. (The Daily Review/Shea Drake)

Central Catholic unleashed Samarick Paul on Lafayette Christian Academy Friday, and the senior led the Eagles to a 48-28 Division IV first-round playoff win.

Brusly ends successful Berwick season

Berwick High School's Cade Thibodaux pursues Brusly High School quarterback Jason Holiday during Friday's Class 3A first-round playoff game. Holiday had a hand in all eight of Brusly's touchdowns as the visitors defeated Berwick, 52-36. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)

No. 22 Brusly upset No. 11 Berwick, 52-36, Friday in the first round of the Class 3A playoffs in Berwick, ending Berwick's first appearance in the playoffs in 20 years.

Marksville is too much for Patterson

Patterson High School's Hector Tolento hands off to running back Dontre Nicholas during the first quarter of the Lumberjacks' Class 3A first-round contest at Marksville Friday. Patterson, the No. 28 seed in Class 3A, fell to
Marksville, the No. 5 seed, 51-33. Tolento completed 15 of 32 passes for 265 yards with three touchdowns and one interception in the loss, while Nicholas had two catches for 38 yards and a touchdown. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Patterson Lumberjacks outscored Marksville 26-23 in the second half, but it wasn’t enough to overcome a big first half by the home standing Tigers as Marksville advanced to the second round of


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