The Franklin Hornets are set to host the Patterson Lumberjacks tonight in the regular season finale while the Hanson Memorial Tigers and the West St.
High School Sports
The Patterson Lumberjills will be participating in state playoff volleyball action for the first time since 2006 when they take the court Thursday at North Vermilion. The Lumberjills are the No. 19 seed while North Vermilion is the No. 14 seed. Above, Patterson’s Makayla Ruiz is in action at the net this season. (The Daily Review/Michelle Blanc)
Patterson High School will close its regular season on the road Thursday against
Franklin High School looking for an outright District 9-3A title with a win in the 7
p.m. contest. The Lumberjacks clinched at least a share of the title a week ago with a win against Berwick. Above, Patterson’s Daylon Charlot hauls in a touchdown pass, while also pictured is Berwick’s Kenan Jones on defense. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)
Patterson must keep its focus in Thursday’s finale against winless Franklin with the outright District 9-3A championship on the line.
Berwick High School will hit the court at home Thursday at 5 p.m. for a Division III
first round playoff game against DeQuincy. Berwick enters the postseason as the No. 12 seed, while DeQuincy is the No. 21 seed. Above, Berwick’s Ashton Morales hit the ball while Morgan City’s Kennedy Hebert defends at the net during the regular season. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Berwick High School entered this season heavy on youth with some experienced upperclassmen included.
Morgan City High School will host a first-round playoff game at 5 p.m. Thursday in
Division III postseason action. The Lady Tigers, who are the No. 15 seed, will play
No. 18 seed Thomas Jefferson High School from Harvey. Above, Morgan City’s
Karley Guidry sets while also pictured is teammate Jaivieanna Jones. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
The Morgan City Lady Tigers will begin their postseason play at home Thursday when they face Thomas Jefferson High School out of Harvey.