With his team down 1-0 heading to the bottom of the fourth in Tuesday’s Division IV quarterfinal contest, Central Catholic Coach Tyler Jensen gathered his top-seeded squad before their at bat and s
Division IV quarterfinals
Central Catholic outfielders, from left, Blake Hidalgo, Samarick Paul and Adam Dupuis, wait for action to resume during a pitching change during the Eagles' Division IV regional round victory against False River Academy last week. Central Catholic, Division IV's top seed, will host No. 8 Ascension Christian Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. The game was moved up a day due to the threat of inclement weather Wednesday. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Top-ranked Central Catholic will continue its Division IV postseason journey Tuesday when it hosts No. 8 Ascension Christian in Division IV quarterfinal action in Amelia.
Central Catholic Coach Joe Russo congratulates leftfielder Alaysia Williams as she heads for home after hitting a grand slam during the third inning of Thursday's Division IV quarterfinal contest with False River in Sulphur. Central Catholic defeated False River, 12-5, and now will face Vermillion Catholic Saturday at 11:30 a.m. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
No. 5 Central Catholic used an eight-run third inning to distance itself from No. 4 False River Academy en route to a 12-5 win in Division IV quarterfinal action at Frasch Park Thursday.
The last time the Central Catholic Lady E a g l e s e x i t e d Sulphur’s Frasch Park, they did so as the 2015 Class 1A state champions.
In a matchup of two top 10 seeds in the Division IV quarterfinals, Hamilton Christian just simply played a more complete game against Central Catholic en route to a 69-47 victory.