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Central Catholic High School's Hunter Daigle closes in on a Pine offensive player during their Week 1 contest in Morgan City. Central Catholic, Division IV's No. 8 seed, will host No. 9 Ouachita Christian School Friday at 7 p.m. in Morgan City. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

CCHS will host OCS in Division IV first round

Central Catholic will have its hands full in the opening round Division IV playoffs Friday when Ouachita Christian comes to Tiger Stadium in Morgan City.

Berwick High School's Hunter Landry attempts to haul in a catch during regular-season action against Erath. Berwick, Class 3A's No. 22 seed, will travel Friday to face No. 11 seed Northwest in Opelousas at 7 p.m. Earlier this season, Northwest rallied for a 34-31 victory against Berwick. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)

Berwick is traveling to face Northwest in round 1

Berwick must travel to Northwest for the opening of the Class 3A playoffs Friday.
Being in playoff mode, however, is nothing new for the Panthers.

Berwick High School's Josh Jones, above, ran for 616 yards and nine touchdowns during Friday's 60-29 victory against North Vermilion in District 8-3A action in LeRoy. The total by Jones, if included in the National Federation of High School Associations' records, would rank as the sixth-best all-time mark, according to the list found on the association's website. Berwick will continue its season Friday when it opens the first round of the Class 3A playoffs on the road against Northwest High School. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Beverly Vincent)

A Night For The Ages: Jones runs for 616 yards, 9 TDs in Panthers' win

Josh Jones found an opening, dodged a tackle, and he was gone.

Patterson High School's Dajon Richard runs for yardage during the Lumberjacks' Week 9 loss to Erath. Patterson dropped its season finale to Kaplan 51-28. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Chris Rosa/The Abbeville Meridional)

Kaplan tops Patterson 51-28

Patterson put up a fight, but Kaplan proved to be too much as the Pirates clinched their third straight District 8-3A title with a 51-28 victory on Friday.

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