Bryce Grizzaffi, a Central Catholic High School sophomore and a member of the Louisiana All Star Baseball Team, is competing in the 2016 WWBA Underclass World Championship in Fort Myers, Florida, through Monday. His team will play at 5-Plex-Player Development Complex, the former spring training home of the Boston Red Sox, and JetBlue Park at Fenway South, the Red Sox spring training facility. The event is scheduled to feature 264 teams playing in 66 pools of four. The top 66 teams make the playoffs. The tournament will feature teams from the United State and Puerto Rico. Louisiana Allstar Baseball Team is based in Baton Rouge and features 17U players from Louisiana, Texas, Florida and Alabama. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Ronnie Grizzaffi)
High School Sports
Berwick High School's Kenan Jones attempts to haul in this pass while Patterson's Jaymioun Butler covers during Thursday's District 8-3A contest in Berwick. Berwick held off Patterson for a 42-35 victory, the Panthers' first against their neighboring rival since 1996. Berwick improves to 5-1 overall with the win and 2-1 in District 8-3A action, while Patterson slips to 0-6 overall and 0-2 in league play. Both teams will return to action Oct. 14 for district games, Berwick at Kaplan and Patterson at home against E.D. White. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)
Berwick exercised its gridiron demons well before Halloween with Thursday’s 42-35 win against nearby and district rival Patterson.
South Lafourche was successful on offense and took advantage of Morgan City’s miscues en route to a 59-0 victory in both teams’ District 7-4A opener Thursday in Morgan City.
The Berwick High School Panthers, led by, from left, Cooper Roussel, Trenton Hebert and Orry Arcemont, run to their sideline prior to their District 8-3A game against Patterson Thursday in Berwick. Berwick snapped a 20-year losing streak to Patterson with a 42-35 victory. Look for more in Friday's newspaper as well as here at www.stmarynow.com. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)
Berwick High School did something Thursday night its hasn't done in 20 years: Beat Patterson.
Central Catholic's Cade Minto, left, and Ja'len Johnson celebrate after Johnson returned an interception for a touchdown against Lafayette Christian
earlier this season. Central Catholic will continue District 7-1A play Friday when it travels to face Highland Baptist in New Iberia in a 7 p.m. contest. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Central Catholic will be traveling Friday to face a Highland Baptist team that has become more productive after making some changes to its offense.