High School Sports

Berwick holds off Varnado for a 3-0 start to season

Berwick defenders corral Varnado’s Jadarrell Magee during Friday’s contest in Berwick. The Panthers held off Varndo’s late comeback attempt for a 30-23 victory. With the win, Berwick improves to 3-0 this season. Berwick will return to action this Friday at 7 p.m. when it hosts Franklin for homecoming. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)

Berwick remained undefeated Friday, improving to 3-0 this season with a 30-23 victory against Varnado in Berwick.
But it certainly didn’t come without some tense moments late.

'Jacks fall in weather-shortened game

Catholic High of New Iberia’s Jadan Stokes is upended by a Patterson High player during action Friday at Patterson. Catholic High won the game, halted with six minutes remaining due to lightning, 21-0. Patterson will return to action this Friday when it travels to take on Ellender in a 7 p.m. contest at South Terrebonne High School in Bourg. Ellender also utilizes South Terrebonne’s stadium. (The Daily Review/Bill Decker)

Catholic High-New Iberia powered through ankle-deep water to upend Patterson, 21-0, at the Sugar Dome Friday.


The Hanson Memorial Tigers got their first win of the season last week facing off against the Hamilton Christian Warriors. Hanson will next face Ascension Episcopal this Friday at home.

After a 30-minute lightning delay, the Hanson Memorial Tigers turned back the Hamilton Christian Warriors 6-0 Friday in non-district action at rainy and soggy McCloskey Field.

Ascension Catholic upsets CCHS, 28-21

Central Catholic defenders, Ja'len Johnson, Bailey Badeaux, Blake Hidalgo and Greg Leger pursue Ascension Catholic’s Jamar Barber during Thursday’s game in Donaldsonville. Leger, who made the tackle on the play, helped lead the Eagles near-comeback with two fourth-quarter touchdown receptions. However, the Eagles fell, 28-21. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Minutes after his team’s 28-21 upset loss to Ascension Catholic Thursday, it didn’t take Central Catholic Coach Tommy Minton long to diagnose what happened, and it wasn’t pretty.


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