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All four Tri-City area football teams competed in Central Catholic High School's annual 7-on-7 Tournament Saturday at the Central Catholic practice field. Central Catholic finished 4-0, while Berwick was 3-1, Patterson, 2-0-1 and Morgan City, 2-0. In the top photo, a Central Catholic defender intercepts a pass, while in the right photo, a Patterson receiver tries to catch a pass while Berwick defenders close in. (The Daily Review/Photos by Geoff Stoute)

A Morgan City quarterback throws a pass during Saturday's action against Franklin High. Morgan City won the contest, 18-17. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

A Berwick lineman works against a lineman from Central Catholic during Saturday's 7-on-7 action at Central Catholic. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

CCHS finishes 4-0 at its 7-on-7 tournament

Several local football teams were on display at the annual Central Catholic 7-on-7 Tournament Saturday at the school’s practice field.

Central Catholic High School's Chris Singleton carries the football last season. Singleton and the Eagles will participate in their annual 7-on-7 tournament Saturday. Other Tri-City area participants will include Berwick, Patterson and Morgan City. (The Daily Review/File Photo)

CCHS to host annual 7-on-7 tournament Saturday

Central Catholic High School will host its seventh annual 7-on-7 Tournament Saturday at the school’s practice field.

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

Morgan City High School's Morrquise Charles pursues Franklin's Jarius Boyd during Thursday's scrimmage at Franklin High. Each team scored a touchdown. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City and Franklin each score in their spring game

The first-team offenses of Morgan City and Franklin each scored a touchdown in their spring game Thursday evening at J.C. Dry Stadium.

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