High School Sports

Lady Eagles heading to Sulphur

Central Catholic High School Coach Joe Russo watches his Lady Eagles team celebrate its 2-0 win over False River Thursday. This is the third year in a row that the girls are headed to the Louisiana High School Athletic Association State Farm Fast Pitch 56 Tournament in Sulphur. The tournament will be held May 2-3.
--The Daily Review/Corwin Murray

BAYOU VISTA — Central Catholic outlasted False River, 2-0, in the second-round of the Class 1A playoffs Thursday behind Megan Landry’s 12-strikeout gem to advance to the quarterfinals in Sulphur.

Bastrop too much for Lady Tigers to handle

Morgan City’s Celest Williams throws over pitcher Tyler Hebert to first baseman Kennedy Hebert to get the out during the teams’ second-round playoff game against Bastrop. The Lady Tigers lost the contest 7-2.
--The Daily Review/Corwin Murray

Bastrop traveled nearly six hours on a school bus only to find out that Morgan City had pushed Thursday’s second-round playoff game back an hour to 6 p.m.

Megan Landry pens letter of intent with Nicholls

Central Catholic High School standout softball pitcher Megan Landry signed a National Letter of Intent with Nicholls State University in Thibodaux. Seated from left are Brenda Sedotal, Landry’s great-aunt; Dawn Landry, her mother; Landry; Tommy Landry, her father; and Gonellie Domingue, her grandmother. Standing from left are Central Catholic coaches Joe Jones, Darrel Landry, Ben Guidry, Billy Stears and Athletic Director Ree Case.
--Photo courtesy Central Catholic High School

It’s been quite a couple days for Central Catholic standout Megan Landry.

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