High School Sports

Hanson and Centerville make baseball playoffs

THE HANSON MEMORIAL LADY TIGERS will take on the Ascension Catholic Lady Bulldogs Friday in the State Class A Quarterfinal Pairings at Frasch Park in Sulphur at 2 p.m. Team members are pictured above. They include: Brooklyn Mayon, Lunden Verdin, Alyssa Young, Madeline Weber, Evelyn Pontiff, Ashley Champagne, Sarah Sonnier, Noel Baker, Kim Sonnier, Baylee Young, Mackenzie Hebert, Paige Diamond, Brittney Broussard, Charlotte Pillaro, Trace Presley, Kaylee Broussard and Casey Fitzgerald. Maddie Dye was absent from photo. (Photo by Miguez Photography)

The Hanson Memorial Tigers and the Centerville Bulldogs will enter the bidistrict pairings of the state baseball playoffs.

CCHS to host False River Thursday

Central Catholic’s Samuel Guarisco makes a throw to first base during the Eagles’ contest with Westgate Monday. Central Catholic, the No. 3 seed, will be looking to continue its recent postseason success when it begins the playoffs Thursday against No. 30 False River at 6 p.m. in Amelia. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Susan Loupe)

Central Catholic may have finished its regular season with a 23-4 mark, picked up the No. 3 seed in Class 1A and is back in position to make another run to the Class 1A finals.

PHS’ Beaubouef qualifies for state golf tourney

The Patterson Lumberjacks competed in Division 3 regional action at The Atchafalaya at Idlewild Tuesday. Patterson’s Bryce Beaubouef qualified for state competition for the second consecutive year after shooting a 79. Above, he sinks a putt during Tuesday’s action. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Patterson High School golfer Bryce Beaubouef advanced to the Division 3 state tournament after firing a 79 in regional play at The Atchafalaya at Idlewild Tuesday.

MCHS Tigers will travel to Lafayette to face Teurlings

Morgan City High School catcher Grant Perry throws to first base during earlier season action. Perry and the rest of the Tigers will begin the Class 4A postseason Thursday when they play at Teurlings Catholic. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The No. 30 Morgan City Tigers have weathered the storm and now they will get a shot at the postseason when they face No. 3 Teurlings Catholic Thursday in Lafayette.

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