High School Sports

MCHS records two second-place finishes

Morgan City High School’s 4x100-meter-relay team finished as state runner-up at the Class 4A State Track and Field Meet Saturday. The Tigers’ relay team, at left, included Buddy Humphrey, Tierell Jones, Kevon Marsh and Jaylen Jones. Edna Karr won the event, while Wossman placed third. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Morgan City Tigers recorded two runner-up finishes and recorded several personal records at the Class 4A State Track and Field Meet Saturday at LSU’s Bernie Moore Track Stadium.

On To Sulphur

Central Catholic High School head coach Tyler Jensen, left, talks to T.J. Ruffin, center, and Stefano Guarisco during a break in the Eagles’ Class 1A quarterfinal contest against St. Mary’s School Saturday. Central Catholic topped St. Mary’s to advance to the Class 1A semifinals at McMurray Park in Sulphur. The Eagles will face the winner of No. 2 St. Frederick and No. 7 Cedar Creek at 5 p.m. Friday. Cedar Creek and St. Frederick are playing today. (The Daily Review/Michelle Blanc)

Samuel Guarisco’s arm and T.J. Ruffin’s bat powered Central Catholic to the state semifinals for the third year in a row.

CCHS to host St. Mary’s in Class 1A quarterfinals

Central Catholic High School’s Sage Thibodaux pursues a ball in right field during the Eagles’ quarterfinal contest against St. Edmund Tuesday in Class 1A regional round action in Eunice. The No. 3 seed Eagles will return to the field Saturday when they host No. 11 seed St. Mary’s School in the Class 1A quarterfinal. The winner will advance to the Class 1A state tournament in Sulphur next week. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

No. 3 Central Catholic will look to advance to its third straight Class 1A semifinals when it hosts No. 11 seed St. Mary’s School in Amelia Saturday at 6 p.m.

Charlot will be representing Patterson

Daylon Charlot will represent Patterson High School at the Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s Class 3A State Track and Field Meet Saturday at Bernie Moore Track Stadium. Charlot will compete in the long jump. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Patterson High School’s Daylon Charlot may be new to the long jump, but it certainly didn’t stop him from advancing to state.

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