High School Sports
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.
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
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.
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