Central Catholic High School

Central Catholic High School recognized its softball team during an awards ceremony Thursday. Award winners included Brooke Lipari (first-team All-District 7-1A), Riley Theriot (honorable mention All-District 7-1A), Sarah Thomas (first-team All-District 7-1A), Hallie Autin (first-team All-District 7-1A), Taylor Picou (second-team All-District 7-1A), Tori Estay (honorable mention All-District 7-1A), Haley Fontenot (second-team All-District 7-1A), Bailee Lipari (honorable mention All-District 7-1A), Kelly Russo (second-team All-District 7-1A), Emma Aucoin (first-team All-District 7-1A) and Kaleigh Navarro (second-team All-District 7-1A). Not pictured is Alaysia Williams (honorable mention All-District 7-1A). All team members received academic All-District 7-1 honors. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Becky Fontenot)

Central Catholic High School softball award winners

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Central Catholic High School's Bailey Badeaux has inked with Pearl River Community College to continue his football career. Badeaux held a signing ceremony at Central Catholic Friday. Seated are Billy Badeaux, father; Badeaux; and Carrie Badeaux, mother. Standing are Central Catholic assistant football coaches Trey Smith and Cory Brodie, head football coach Tommy Minton and assistant coach Keith Thibodeaux. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Badeaux inks with Pearl River Community College

Central Catholic High School senior football player Bailey Badeaux said he had many options to continue his football playing career, but when he learned about Pearl River Community College in Popla

Central Catholic High School's Mitchel Lemoine inked with William Carey College in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, during a signing ceremony at Central Catholic High School Wednesday. Seated from left are Mike Lemoine, father; Lemoine, Christine Lemoine, mother; and Sawyer Lemoine, niece. Standing are Emily Lemoine, sister, Mike Lemoine Jr., brother; and Ashley Lemoine, sister. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

CCHS' Lemoine inks with William Carey College

Central Catholic first baseman Mitchel Lemoine finished his high school career hot at the plate in the Division IV state tournament last week.

Central Catholic High School's Blake Hidalgo will continue his baseball career as a preferred walkon at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Seated from left Tuesday for a ceremony to ccelebrate the occasion were Jeanne Marie Hidalgo, sister; Billy Hidalgo, father; Hidalgo; Judith Hidalgo, mother; and Elise Hidalgo, sister. Standing, are Judy Hidalgo, grandmother; Bill Hidalgo, grandfather; and Sharon Bergeron, grandmother. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Hidalgo to play at UL-Lafayette as a preferred walk-on

At a signing ceremony for two of his baseball players, Mitchel Lemoine and Blake Hidalgo, Central Catholic Baseball Coach Tyler Jensen called Hidalgo “probably one of the most underrated players in

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