Sports

Patterson 10U Softball All-Stars treated to McDonald's

The Patterson 10U All-Star team placed third at the Babe Ruth World Series Aug. 10
in Jensen Beach, Florida. Upon return, local McDonalds owner/operators Terry and
Carita Wilburn treated the team and coaches to dinner Monday at their Morgan City
restaurant. Shown above are team members Amaya Williams, Makayla Theriot, Laila
Dugar, Kamille Lightfoot, Rylie Chaisson, head coach Harris DeHart, assistant coach Jeff
Lipari, Charlotte Callais, Emily Lipari, Kyla Samuels, Hannah Domingue and Bryleigh
DeHart. Not pictured are assistant coaches Jonathan Lightfoot and Scott Domingue,
and team members Laila Richoux and Madison Gray. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of McDonald's)

Screaming Eagles Taekwondo Academy attends local tourney

Screaming Eagles Taekwondo Academy in Patterson competed in The Silver Dragon Taekwondo Championship Aug. 6 in Berwick. Kneeling,
from left, are Collyn Smith (second place in sparring), Chance Bourgeois (first place in sparring
and second place in forms) and Cooper Lagarde (second place in sparring and first place in forms).
On the second row are Reginald Rideau (third place in sparring and second place in
forms), Taylor Sauce (third place in sparring and first place in forms), Peyton Carbins
(first place in forms) and Zelaiya Sweeting (third place in sparring and second place in
forms). On the third row are instructor Grey White, Eddie Gray (first place in sparring
and forms), Zekia Sweeting (third place in sparring and forms) and Raven Sauce (third
place in sparring and first place in forms). Not pictured is Jude Bergeron (first place in
forms and sparring). (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Silver Dragon Taekwondo Academy)

Screaming Eagles Taekwondo Academy in Patterson competed in The Silver Dragon Taekwondo Championship Aug. 6 in Berwick.

Annual Marcus Jones 100 Black Men 5K is Sept. 3

Runners and walkers begin the Marcus Jones 100 Blake Men 5K Run/Walk during the 2015 Louisiana Shrimp and Petroleum Festival in downtown Morgan City. The annual event will be held again in downtown Morgan City Sept. 3, beginning at 8 a.m. Event proceeds are used to award scholarships to seniors at St. Mary Parish high schools. (The Daily Review/File Photo by Geoff Stoute)

The 100 Black Men of St. Mary Parish are busy teasing and enticing runners and walkers who sign up early this year for its annual fun run and walk, scheduled Sept. 3.

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