High School Sports

Centerville Bulldogs fall to Hanson Tigers 41-27

Above: A Hanson Memorial Tiger gets ready to absorb a tackle from several Centerville Bulldogs during their game last Friday. The Tigers won the game 41-27. Second photo: The Centerville Bulldogs prepare to take on Hanson Mermorial at home. Third photot: The Tigers make a goal line stand against the Bulldogs.

CENTERVILLE _ The Hanson Memorial Tigers rallied past the Centerville Bulldogs 41-27 Friday in District 7-A action at Bulldog Stadium.

Grizzaffi participating in baseball event

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)

Berwick beats Patterson for 1st time in 20 years

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.


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