Class A winners at the Cajun Open in Welsh included a pair of Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association members. Al Dodson of Morgan City was first in Class A and was the tournament champion. Tim Gilmore of Bayou Vista was second. Dodson finished 4-1 with a 42.0 ringer percentage, while
Gilmore was 3-2 with a 59.5 ringer percentage. From left are Dodson, Gilmore and third-place finisher Ricky Richard of Church Point. Richard finished 3-2 with a ringer percentage of 51. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association)
Former Patterson standout Tristen Ausama signed a national letter of intent Thursday to play college football at Louisiana College in Pineville. Seated from left are Shirley Turner, mother; Ausama holding Bryson Ausama, son; Raven Gahn, girlfriend; Ninedra Fancis, sister; and Cabrini Belt, niece. Standing, from left, are Branden Harden, Patterson assistant football coach; A’zhayde Francis, niece; Salex Francis, sister; Mauricia Givens, niece; and Landen Gahn (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray).
It’s been a big year for Patterson standout running back Tristen Ausama, and he took another leap Thursday, signing a national letter of intent to play college football at Louisiana College.
Kenny Keton Jr. of Morgan City broke the city record for a series with an 839 series during Petroleum League action at Charlie’s Lanes Wednesday. After bowling a 239 in his first game, Keton bowled back-to-back 300 series and had 28 strikes in a row. His performance broke the old series mark of
835 set by Wilfred Guidry in June 2001. The 300-games marked his eighth and ninth sanctioned 300 games at Charlies Lanes. He has bowled other 300 games elsewhere. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Jerry Pillaro)
Submitted Video/Courtesy of Jerry Pillaro
The Morgan City Youth Bowling awards banquet was held at Charlie’s Lanes in Morgan City. Award winners included, seated from left, Haidyn Derise and Shannon Derise. On the second row, from left, are Caroline Owens, Hunter Leblanc, Alexander Daigle, Robbie Boudreaux, Montana Pillaro and Ashley Daigle. On the back row, from left, are Slade Saintes, Zach Aucoin, Mark Lemoine, Jonathan Spinella, McKenzie Buckner and Emily Price. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Jerry Pillaro)
The Morgan City Youth Bowling awards banquet was held Tuesday at Charlie’s Lanes.
Team and individual awards were handed out during the event.
Below is a list of the awards: