Morgan City High School

Morgan City High School honors competitors in all sports

Morgan City High School awarded its Tiger Athletic Club Scholarships at the conclusion of its all-sports awards ceremony Tuesday. Recipients were Tyler Hebert, left, and Anthony Rink.

Morgan City High School recognized its athletes in all of its sports during its sports awards ceremony Tuesday.

MCHS wins title in 4x100 meter relay

Morgan City High School won the Class 4A 4x100 meter relay at Saturday’s state track and field meet with a time of 41.42.
The time also was the fastest run in the event in all classes this weekend. Morgan City’s relay team, in the middle, stands on the podium. On the front row from left are Kevon Marsh and Keshawn Marshell, while on the second row from left are Tierrell Jones and Jaylen Jones. With them are Warren Easton, left, who finished third and runner-up McDonogh 35. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City High School’s 4x100 meter relay sprinted to a Class 4A championship to lead the Tigers’ competitors at the Louisiana High School Athletic Association/Allstate Sugar Bowl Class 3A, 4A an

LHSAA/Allstate Sugar Bowl State Track and Field Meet

Morgan City High School will have several competitors in action at the Louisiana High School Athletic Association/Allstate Sugar Bowl State Track and Field Meet Saturday at LSU. On the front row, from left, are Alisha Singleton, Ke’aira Turner, Hailey Lewis, Haley Harris and Jaiveianna Jones. On the middle row, from left, are Trey Robin, Keshawn Marshall, Kevon Marsh, Tierell Jones and Jaylen Jones. On the back row, from left, are Gary Johnson, head coach Duriel Singleton, Denver Chapman and Marcus Jones. Not pictured is Meya Morse. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Morgan City High School Tigers are in position for at least two top-3 finishes in Class 4A Saturday at the Louisiana High School Athletic Association/Allstate Sugar Bowl State Track and Field M

Tigers tennis team gains experience at state tourney

Harleigh Price from Morgan City High School won her first round matchup in singles play at the Louisiana High School Athletic Association Tennis State Championships in Division II on Thursday. See the story for match details and results from Morgan City High School’s doubles teams of Niki Ring and Jamie Scioneaux and Bailee Hoggart and Krystina Pitre matches.
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Morgan City High School’s Harleigh Price soundly defeated Alex Andrews of Benton in two sets, 6-0 and 6-1, in her opening round of play at the Louisiana High School Athletic Association Tennis Stat

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