High School Sports

MCHS run-rules Assumption, 10-0 in six innings

Morgan City High School’s Kennedy Hebert prepares to touch home plate where her teammates stand after connecting on a home run against Assumption during the teams’ District 7-4A contest Tuesday. Morgan City run-ruled Assumption, 10-
0, in six innings. Hebert led the squad offensively, while she also tossed a two-hitter with nine strikeouts on the mound. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City run-ruled Assumption, 10-0, in six innings in District 7-4A softball action Tuesday in Morgan City.

Berwick sweeps Franklin

FRANKLIN’S RUSTY BERTRAND takes a lead off second base during Tuesday’s action at the Franklin Hornets Baseball Field. The Berwick Panthers posted a double-header sweep over Franklin in the District 8-3A openers.

The Berwick Panthers swept past the Franklin Hornets Tuesday in a District 8-3A double-header at the Franklin Hornets Baseball Field.

Hanson Lady Tigers cruise past Vermilion Catholic, 12-4

HANSON MEMORIAL’S BAYLEE YOUNG trots back to the dugout during Monday’s action. The Hanson Memorial Lady Tigers improved to a perfect 6-0 in District 7-1A Tuesday with a 12-4 triumph over Vermilion Catholic on the road.

ABBEVILLE _ Baylee Young, Paige Diamond and Charlotte Pillaro supplied the power while Sarah Sonnier and Ashley Meyerholtz did the pitching as the Hanson Memorial Lady Tigers rolled past the Vermil

Bowling regionals

The Morgan City High School Lady Tigers, the No. 3 seed at this year’s South Central High School Bowling League regional tournament, advanced to the bi-region round of the state bowling playoffs with an 18-9 victory against No. 6 seed South Terrebonne Tuesday at Creole Lanes in Houma. Hannah Pipes, above, led the squad with games of 190 and 189, according to www.bayoupreps.com. Morgan City will bowl again March 28 at Lafayette Lanes in Lafayette in the next round against an opponent yet to be announced. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

PHS fishing duo ranked No. 1

The Patterson High fishing team of Hayden Pinho, right, and Ian Doucet placed sixth last weekend in the Bayou Segnette BASS Nation high school tournament. The duo is ranked No. 1 by the BASS Nation high school tournament trail in
Louisiana. They will be fishing in the state tournament in April on Toledo Bend out of San Miguel State Park. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Thomas Boudreaux)

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