Patterson Lumberjacks

’Jacks win district’s top seed

Patterson’s D.J. Jones dribbles against Berwick’s Tre’ Matthews, left, while Berwick’s Audwin Williams trails during action last week. Patterson clinched a share of the District 9-3A title with a win against Franklin Friday, while Berwick closed their season at E.D. Wite with a loss. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Patterson Lumberjacks finished District 9-3A action Friday with a 64-55 win against Franklin.

Patterson defeats Berwick in District 9-3A action

Morgan City, Berwick and Patterson High schools’ basketball teams all were in action Tuesday night. Morgan City fell to Assumption in its season finale, while Patterson defeated Berwick in Berwick. Berwick will conclude its season Friday at E.D. White, while Patterson will be looking to sew up a share of the District 9-3A title. Pictured, Berwick’s Tim Shelby dribbles against Patterson’s Nehemiah Augustus. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Patterson Lumberjacks defeated the Berwick Panthers, 57-42, in District 9-3A action Tuesday.
Patterson took an 18-9 lead after the first quarter and led 35-23 at the half.

’Jacks use big 2nd quarter to top Eagles

Patterson’s Taylon Grogan prepares to make a pass to teammate Jedrick Gunner, while Central Catholic’s Cedric Gant defends. Grogan, who led the Lumberjacks with 15 points, connected on five 3-pointers in the second quarter to help Patterson jump out to a big halftime lead that Central Catholic could not recover from in a 62-52 Patterson victory. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

CCHS baseball scrimmages Patterson

Patterson’s and Central Catholic’s baseball teams met in Amelia for a scrimmage Saturday morning as both continue their preparations for their upcoming seasons. Patterson will compete in Morgan City’s jamboree this coming weekend, while Central Catholic will travel to play in Central Lafourche’s jamboree, also on Saturday. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

LCA comes back to defeat CCHS

Central Catholic’s Samarick Paul, left, and Garret LeBlanc defend against Lafayette Christian during the first quarter of Friday’s contest. While the Eagles came out strong, they couldn’t hold off the Knights in the District 7-1A contest in Morgan City. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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