Morgan City Junior High School Tigerettes participated in an American All-Star Dance Camp June 20-24 in the school’s gym. Award winners were Outstanding Performers, Tia Estay and Nyla Morse, and Most Spirited, Janaa Coulon. Six girls were selected as American All-Stars, Paytin Taylor, Estay, Jordyn Nesbitt, Morse, A’myria Williams and Asia Starling. All-Stars have the opportunity to perform during the Ireland Goodwill Performance and Tour Nov. 19-25, in Dublin. Seated from left are Taylor, Estay and Nesbitt. On the middle row, from left, are Zoe Wilson, Williams, Madison Connolly, Asia Washington and Coulon. On the back row, from left, are Trinity Ruffin, Morse, Madelyn Bertrand, Trysten Tallada,
Starling and American All Star Instructor Annissa Moses. (The Daily Review/Diane Miller Fears)
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Coastwide Electric in Morgan City signed a certificate promising continued support and adopted Morgan City Junior High School Tuesday morning in the school’s library. Louis Tamporello, representative of Coastwide Electric, was honored with a special plaque from school principal Kenneth Holmes and students thanked him. Front, from left, are eighth-graders James Solar, Kenny Lai and Tyler Sylvester. Back row, from left, are eighth-graders Lanie Martin and Alaysia Williams; St. Mary Parish Chamber of Commerce President Donna Meyer; Holmes; Tamporello; eighth-grader Shanna Tran; and St. Mary Parish adopt-a-school sponsor Bridgette Guillotte. (Submitted Photo)
Coastwide Electric in Morgan City signed a certificate promising continued support and adopted Morgan City Junior High School Tuesday morning in the school’s library.
The Morgan City eighth-grade volleyball team won first place in district with a 10-2 mark. Head coach Allise Jennings awarded Kennedy Hebert, Alashia Williams and Allie Vincent first-team MVP honors, while Alisha Singleton and Abigail Landry were second-team MVPs and Hailey Lewis and Bailee Hoggart were recipients of the Coaches Award. Team members include, seated from left, Mallory Fontenot and Mattie Fontenot. Kneeling from left are Vincent, Hebert and Ta’janaye Hawkins. Standing from left are Singleton, Matti Rivere, Lewis, Hoggart, Williams, Landry and A’mari Martin. Not pictured is Jacalica Declouet. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Wade Gussman)