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Patterson heads to Marksville in 3A 1st round

Patterson High School's Dajon Richard heads for the end zone for a touchdown during the Lumberjacks' 28-20 District 8-3A loss to Franklin a week ago. Patterson, the No. 28 seed in the Class 3A playoffs, will be looking to pull off a first-round upset when it travels to face No. 5 seed Marksville High School Friday at 7 p.m. (The Daily Review/Shea Drake)

Patterson has to regroup after a disappointing loss to area rival Franklin Friday and receiving a playoff berth Sunday.

Berwick to host Brusly in 3A playoffs

Berwick High School's Toby Everage runs with the football during regular season District 8-3A action against E.D. White. Everage and the rest of the Panthers will open Class 3A postseason action Friday at 7 p.m. when they host the Brusly Panthers. Berwick is the No. 11 seed, while Brusly is the No. 22 seed. This year's playoff appearance is the first for the Panthers in 20 years. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)

The town of Berwick has Panther fever after a record-breaking season.
Berwick (8-2) is in the playoffs for first time since 1996 and improved on last year’s 3-7 finish.

CCHS to face district foe LCA Friday

Central Catholic High School's Ja'len Johnson, left, is congratulated by teammate Cade Booty after returning the opening kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown during last week's 42-41 loss to Ascension Episcopal. Central Catholic, the No. 12 seed in the Division IV playoffs, will open postseason play at No. 5 Lafayette Christian Academy Friday at 7 p.m. (The Daily Review/Bill Decker)

Central Catholic will get a chance to right a wrong from earlier this season when it faces Lafayette Christian Friday in the first round of the Division IV playoffs in Lafayette.

CCHS to face Houma Christian Thursday

Central Catholic High School's Hallie Autin hits at the net between two Catholic HighPointe Coupee defenders during the teams' Division V second-round playoff game Nov.
3 in Morgan City. Central Catholic continues postseason action Thursday when it faces district rival Houma Christian at the Pontchartrain Center in Kenner at 12:40 p.m. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

When the Central Catholic Lady Eagles take the court at the Pontchartrain Center Thursday, they will be facing an opponent they went five sets with and beat this season for the second straight post

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