High School Sports


CENTERVILLE LADY BULLDOG Ashton Landry makes a catch during an earlier contest. The locals teams are scheduled to return to action today in their respective classes.

Lumberjacks rout Bulldogs, 100-61

Patterson’s D.J. Jones dribbles the ball down court against the Jennings Bulldogs during Friday’s Class 3A first-round playoff game. Patterson, the No. 7 seed, rolled past the No. 26 seed Bulldogs 100-61. The Lumberjacks will return to action Tuesday when they host No. 10 De La Salle in Class 3A regional round action set for a 7 p.m. start. (The Daily Review/Michelle Blanc)

Jennings made a fatal error in Friday’s Class 3A bi-district playoff game at Patterson.
The No. 26 seed Bulldogs played up tempo and were routed by the No. 7 seed Lumberjacks, 100-61.

Eagles survive Christian Life 58-50

Central Catholic’s Charlie Solar converts a layup during the Eagles' Class 1A first-round playoff game against Christian Life Academy Friday. Central Catholic, the No. 10 seed, defeated Christian Life, the No. 23 seed, 58-50. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

In a game that went back and forth for much of the night, Central Catholic had just enough to hold off Christian Life Academy for a 58-50 victory in Class 1A bi-district playoff action Friday at Ce

CCHS finishes 2-0 this weekend

Central Catholic High School finished 2-0 this weekend at the inaugural Tri-City Baseball Classic. The Eagles defeated Covenant Christian Friday before run-ruling Northside Saturday. Against Northside, brothers Charlie
and Patrick Barron combined for a perfect game. Above, Patrick Barron pitches against Covenant Christian. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic finished 2-0 this weekend at the Tri-City Baseball Classic with wins against Covenant Christian and Northside.

Tigers fall to Green Devils

Morgan City High School’s Tywuan Walker dribbles while Plaquemine’s Jamie Lawless defends during Friday’s Class 4A bi-district playoff game. Morgan City, the No. 29 seed, fell to No. 4 seed Plaquemine 57-37. Morgan City concludes its season with a 16-9 mark, while Plaquemine improves to 24-6.
The Green Devils will continue postseason play when they take on No. 13 St. Thomas More Tuesday. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)

In their second meeting of the season, the Plaquemine Green Devils again proved too much for Morgan City, defeating the Tigers 57-37 Friday in the bi-district round of the Class 4A boys basketball


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