High School Sports

MCHS Lady Tiger tennis team is regional runner-up

Morgan City High School’s Lady Tiger tennis team finished as regional runner-up to Ursuline Academy in action at Renaissance Fitness Center in Houma Tuesday. Individually, Morgan City’s Harleigh Price was the regional runner-up in singles action and has qualified for the state tournament. Teammate
Niki Ring fell in the singles semifinals, while the doubles team of Krystina Pitre and Bailee Hoggatt also fell in the semifinals. All four have qualified for the Division II state tennis tournament, which will be held April 25-26 in Monroe. From left are Ring, Pitre, Hoggatt, Price and coach Kelly Jo Aucoin. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Morgan City High School)

The Morgan City Lady Tigers tennis team finished regional action as runner-up Tuesday at Renaissance Fitness Center in Houma.

Morgan City run-rules Assumption, 10-0

Morgan City High School’s Kennedy Hebert slides into home safely to score one of Morgan City’s 10 runs in its Class 4A first-round softball playoff game Monday against Assumption in Morgan City. The Lady Tigers run-ruled Assumption, 10-0, in five innings. Hebert finished 2-for-2 with two RBIs, while on the mound, she tossed a one-hitter with six strikeouts. Morgan City, the No. 13 seed in Class 4A, now will travel to face No. 4 Leesville in second-round action. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

This year’s Morgan City High School softball team is different.
First, its young — comprised mainly of freshmen and sophomores on the field.

CCHS rallies to defeat Ascension Christian, 8-3

Central Catholic High School’s Kelly Russo attempts a bunt during the Lady Eagles 8-3 victory against Ascension Christian in Class 1A first-round action in Bayou Vista Monday. Russo finished 1-for-3 with an RBI. Central Catholic, Class 1A’s No. 12 seed, will travel to face No. 5 LaSalle in second round action. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)

Central Catholic’s young softball team grew up in a hurry during Monday’s Class 1A bi-district playoff game at the Bayou Vista Community Center as the Lady Eagles stormed back from a 3-0 deficit to

E.D. White scores five in the 8th inning to defeat Berwick in extra innings

Berwick High School first baseman Bradley Gray prepares to make a catch during the Panthers contest with E.D. White Saturday in Berwick. Berwick fell 5-0 in eight innings. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

E.D. White and Berwick engaged in a scoreless pitching duel for seven innings Saturday in a District 8-3A contest with district championship implications.


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