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Ascension Episcopal edges CCHS, 42-41, for outright district crown

Ascension Episcopal quarterback Jake Vascocu looks for a receiver while Central Catholic's Isaiah Skipper pressures Friday in Youngsville. Ascension Episcopal won a
thriller, 42-41, to earn the District 7-1A crown outright. Both teams advanced to the Class 1A postseason, Ascension Episcopal as the No. 1 seed in Division IV and Central
Catholic, the No. 12 seed in Division IV. Central Catholic will begin postseason play Friday in first-round action at district foe Lafayette Christian, Division IV's fifth seed. (The Daily Review/Bill Decker)

In a game filled with highlights and momentum swings, Central Catholic was dealt a heartbreaker as it fell just short to Ascension Episcopal, 42-41, in a Week 10 showdown for the District 7-1A titl

CCHS returns to state tournament after sweeping CHPC

Central Catholic's Yani Johnson, second from right, celebrates with teammates, from left, Katie Hoffpauir, Sydney Williams, Emma Aucoin and Quincee Wiggins after a kill in game 3 of the Lady Eagles' Division V regional round playoff match against Catholic High of Pointe Coupee.
Central Catholic, the No. 4 seed, won the match 3-0 (2514, 25-22, 25-17) against No. 13 Catholic High. With the win, Central Catholic advances to the Pontchartrain Center where it will face No. 5 Houma Christian in the Division V quarterfinals Nov. 10. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

After a one-year hiatus, Central Catholic’s volleyball team once again has punched its ticket to the state volleyball tournament at the Pontchartrain Center with Thursday’s 3-0 (25-14, 25-22, 25-17

CCHS to play for a share of district crown Friday

Central Catholic High School's Thomas Garber celebrates after making a tackle in week 3 against Ascension Catholic. Central Catholic will conclude its regular season
Friday when it travels to Youngsville to face Division IV's top-ranked squad, Ascension Episcopal. A win would give Central Catholic a share of the District 7-1A title. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic will look to clinch a share of the District 7-1A championship Friday when it travels to take on Division IV’s top-ranked team, Ascension Episcopal.

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