High School Sports

Patureau wins national title

Kameron Patureau of Bayou L’Ourse won a national championship in the girls’ junior 9-11 class at the James Stewart AMA Spring Championship presented by Parts Unlimited and THOR at Freestone Raceway in Worthan, Texas. The event is the largest AMA sanctioned event in Texas, according to her mother, Jessie Patureau. The event was held March 19-22. The national championship is Patureau’s first. Every champion at the event has the opportunity to ride at the “Champions Ride Day” with motocross racer James “Bubba Stewart at his home in Haines City, Fla. Patureau’s sponsors are Alias MX, Gaerne, FMF, Spy Optics, Pirelli and Arden. She is the daughter of Kenney and Jessie Patureau. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Jessie Patureau)

MCHS duo advances to quarters at state tourney

Morgan City High School’s doubles team of Savannah Loupe, left, and Harleigh Price advanced to the quarterfinals of the Division 2 state tennis tournament this week. It was the first trip to the round of eight for either, according to coach Emma Pitre. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Savannah Loupe)

Morgan City High School had a doubles team advance to the quarterfinals at the Division II state tennis tournament.

Berwick will host St. Louis

Berwick High School pitcher Brannon Melancon and the rest of the No. 15-ranked Panthers will be taking on No. 18 seed St. Louis Friday at 5:30 p.m. in Berwick in Class 3A first-round baseball action. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Berwick may have had a tough regular season plagued with one-run losses, but going into the postseason, head coach Mike Thomas said he likes his team’s demeanor.

CCHS softball looks to cap season with title

Central Catholic shortstop Kimberly Russo makes a throw during earlier season action for the Lady Eagles. Russo and her teammates will be headed back to the state softball tournament in Sulphur for the second consecutive year with their eyes set on a Class 1A title. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Central Catholic Lady Eagles know the landscape and the atmosphere they will face in Sulphur.
Now, they just feel they need to finish win a state championship.

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