The Atchafalaya Golf Associated conducted its first event of the year, the Super Bowl Shamble, Sunday at The Atchafalaya at Idlewild. The tournament format was was a net better ball shamble with the team handicap subtracted from the final score. Above, Hans Romero and Rick Ortega, left, shared first place with Peter Abel and Ashton Abel, right, with scores of 64.5. Atchafalaya Golf
Association President David Levingston, center, congratulates the two teams. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of The Atchafalaya at Idlewild)
Central Catholic High School football players recognized for their academic accomplishments during Monday's awards ceremony include, front row from left, Dede Gant, Ryan Miller, Hunter Rulf, Cade Minton, Jesse Fontenot, Blake Hidalgo, Bailey Badeaux, Drake Angeron and Grant Stansbury. On the second row are Tyler
O'Con, Cooper LeBlanc, Michael-Anthony Hill, Blake Byrne, Taylor Blanchard, Nathan Hebb, Andrew Duval, Tyler Longman and Grant Cheramie. Not pictured are John Charles Hebert, John Rentrop, Sammy Spitale, Ja'len Johnson, Collin Kovac and Korey Kincaid. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Central Catholic High School recognized its football team during an awards ceremony Monday.
Madison Jones of Morgan City placed second All-Around in her Level 2 class in the 2017 Manhattan Classic gymnastics meet in New York late last month. She scored a 9.150 on the uneven bars, an 8.95 on the vault, a 9.45 on the floor routine and 9.20 on the balance beam. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Jovian Jones)
The 2017 St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Junior High Baseball season opened on Saturday at Caffery Park. The catchers for Opening Day ceremonies are pictured above. They include Lawson St. Blanc of Hanson along with Matthew Broussard of Berwick, Drew Miller of Morgan City and Spencer Hebert of Central Catholic. A total of eight games were played Opening Day. Action continued Monday at Caffery Park in Franklin, Kemper Williams Park in Patterson and Morgan City Park Field. Games are also scheduled in Franklin, Bayou Vista, Kemper Williams and Morgan City.
Local organizers are seeking members for their pickleball team.