High School Sports

Tigers defeat Cardinals in wild OT finish

The Morgan City Tigers soccer team made history Thursday night as they upset E.D. White in overtime, 2-1. The game already had gone through two 10-minute overtime periods and was nearly through two, 5-minute “sudden death” overtime periods in which the game would have ended ended after either team scored. It was in the second sudden death period that Morgan City’s Irving Delgado fired a shot in for the game-winner. The win was not only the Tigers’ first in program history against E.D. White, but it also marked the first time the Tigers will advance
to the quarterfinal round of the playoffs. The Tigers will host No. 3 Bolton Monday at 3:30 p.m. in the Division II quarterfinals. Above, Morgan City High School’s Fernando Torres, left, and Wilmer Lopez, right, celebrate with Delgado, center, after he scored the game winner while E.D. White players lay dejectedly on the turf. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

With time winding down in the second overtime and penalty kicks to determine the game looming, Morgan City High School’s Irving Delgado took control of the ball, pushed it down the sideline opposit

Six Tigers net goals in first-round win

The No. 11 seed Morgan City High School soccer team defeated the No. 22 seed West Ouachita Chiefs 8-0 in bi-district Division II soccer action in Morgan City Feb. 5. Six Tigers netted goals, including a hat trick by Irving Delgado. Above, from left, Miguel Perez, Delgado and Carlos Calderon celebrate after one of the Tigers’ goals. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Morgan City High School soccer team kicked off the Division II playoffs in a big way with an 8-0 rout against West Ouachita Feb. 5.

CCHS honors football, volleyball teams

Central Catholic honored its athletes during a ceremony Feb. 5. Athletic award winners included kneeling, from left, Charlie Barron, Blake Byrne, Samarick Paul, Stefano Guarisco, Matthew Barbier and Blake Hidalgo. Standing, from left, are Matthew Vorenkamp, Sage Thibodeaux, Garret LeBlanc, T.J. Ruffin, Jalen Johnson, Charlie Solar, Tanner Wiggins, Cole Baker and Samuel Guarisco. Not pictured is Thomas Garber, Sydney Holder, Demarcus Mitchell, Greg Leger Jr. and Chris Singleton. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)

Central Catholic honored its football and volleyball teams during a ceremony Thursday at the Yvonne Anne Adams Life Center.

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