High School Sports
Central Catholic pitcher Greg Leger, during action last week against Redemptorist, tossed a complete game and fanned nine during the Eagles’ 3-0 victory against Thibodaux at E.D. White’s tournament Thursday. The Eagles also defeated South Lafourche, 9-6. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Brandi Guessfeld Mire)
Central Catholic won two games at E.D. White’s tournament Thursday with a 3-0 win against Thibodaux and a 9-6 victory against South Lafourche.
Morgan City High School’s Brady Fryou has signed to continue his baseball career at LSUA. He held a signing ceremony Wednesday at Morgan City. Seated from left, are his parents, Mark Fryou and Niki Fryou, Brady Fryou,
and his grandparents, Lois Fryou and Lester Fryou. Standing, from left, are Morgan City High School Athletic Director Scott Tregle, friends Lydia Tramonte and Abram Hartley, Morgan City head baseball coach Tim Vidos, his brother,
Rhett Fryou; friend, Philip Hutchinson; and his travel ball coach, Lanc Crochet of South Louisiana Select Baseball. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Morgan City High School’s Brady Fryou will continue his baseball career on the collegiate level as he has signed with LSU of Alexandria.
Berwick will have 10 female power lifters competing at Friday’s Class 3A state meet at Church Point High School. Berwick’s participants include, front row from left, Caroline Osburn, Jordan Lipari and Denver Poole. On the top row, from left, are Mary Grace Theriot, Shelby Bergeron, Abbie Koen, Sydney Aucoin, Cate Koen, Rennen DeLatte and Perla Hernandez. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Berwick High School)
Berwick High School will send a combined 20 members of its boys and girls powerlifting teams to the Class 3A state meet that will be held Friday at Church Point High School.