No. 12 Berwick High School fell to No. 5 Rayne High School 3-0 (26-28, 25-27, 16-25) in Division III Second-Round volleyball playoff action Monday in Rayne. The Lady Panthers finished their season with a 21-16 mark. Above, Berwick’s Hannah Carpenter plays defense while teammate, Madeleine Hover, left, and Abigail Askew, right, look on. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Lisa Fry)
No. 12 Berwick High School will hit the road today to face No. 5 Rayne in the regional round of the Division III volleyball playoffs. While Rayne received a first-round bye, Berwick defeated DeQuincy in first-round action Thursday. Today’s game at Rayne High will begin at 5 p.m. Above, Berwick’s Sydney Aucoin hits against DeQuincy. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Lisa Fry)
Rayne High School defeated Morgan City High School Friday, 39-14. Rayne’s rode its ground game to the victory, rushing for 306 yards in the contest. Above, Morgan City’s Makye Richard, left, and Andre Welsh bring down Rayne’s Deontrey Wilridge during the contest. Morgan City will begin District 7-4A action this Friday when it travels to face Ellender. (The Daily Review/Courtney Long)
Following Morgan City High School’s loss to Rayne Friday, a frustrated Morgan City High School head football coach Scott Tregle said his team didn’t practice well during the week leading up to Frid
Morgan City will return home this week for its final nondistrict tuneup when it hosts Rayne High School. The Tigers picked up their second win of the season a week ago with a 14-6 victory against Franklin High School. Above, Morgan City High School defenders Tyrice Oliney, left, and Dezin Young converge on a Franklin player during last week’s contest. (The Daily Review/Jean McCorkle)
The Morgan City High School Tigers will return home, fresh off their second win of the season, to host Rayne High School Friday.