High School Sports

Patterson High School state championship team

The 1928 Patterson High School Lumberjacks won a state championship in football. The team had just one helmet that was given to whoever may need it the most at the time. Team members include, on the top row from left, Coach Banks, Lionel “Rep” Mensman, Junius Theriot, Winnie Lodrigue, Mike LeNorman, Donald Romaire and Coach Chauvin. Kneeling, from left, are Francis Aucoin, Jaywood Chadwick, L.J. Bourg and Leland LeNorman. Seated, from left, are “Tapps” Gianfala, Francis Marin, Stanley Lodrigue, Paul Lemke, Harold Lemmon and Jimmy Conrad. (Submitted Photo)

Quartet of area players net Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 3A All-State recognition

Sirbatian Charles
(The Daily Review/Courtney Long)

A quartet of area football players received Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 3A Honorable Mention All-State honors.

Tigers' match ends in a tie

Morgan City High School’s Brayan Aleman works against a Westminster defender
during Friday’s contest in Morgan City. The teams played to a 2-all tie. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Morgan City High School boys’ soccer team played Westminster Academy to a 2-all tie Friday at Tiger Stadium in Morgan City.
All of the scoring came in the first half.

CCHS defeats Vandebilt Catholic

Central Catholic’s Taylor Picou dribbles against Vandebilt Catholic during Monday’s contest at Central Catholic’s Christmas Classic. Central
Catholic edged Vandebilt Catholic, 40-38. The Lady Eagles will continue tournament play today when they face Brusly in a 6 p.m. contest. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Central Catholic High School Lady Eagles edged Vandebilt Catholic 40-38 in opening day action at the Lady Eagles’ Christmas Classic Monday.
No individual stats were available.


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