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Central Catholic High School's Emily Price
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Berwick High School's Kyle Valdez
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Morgan City High School's Mackenzie Amador
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CCHS, MCHS and Berwick qualify for bowling postseason

Three Tri-City Area high school bowling teams qualified for the postseason when brackets were released Monday.
On the girls’ side, Central Catholic and Morgan City made the field, while on the boys’ side, Berwick qualified.
Central Catholic, the No. 10 seed, will meet No. 7 Holden March 28 at 1 p.m. at All-Star Lanes in Baton Rouge. The winner of the Central Catholic-Holden matchup will meet the winner of No. 2 South Terrebonne and No. 15 Denham Springs in the third round for the right to advance to the semifinals at All-Star Lanes in Baton Rouge April 4.
Meanwhile, Morgan City is seeded No. 11 and will meet No. 6 Central of Baton Rouge March 28 at 1 p.m. at All-Star Lanes in Baton Rouge. The Morgan City-Central winner will advance to face the winner of No. 3 Parkway and No. 14 Cabrini for the right to advance to the state semifinals at All-Star Lanes in Baton Rouge April 4.
Berwick’s boys are the No. 31 seed and will meet defending state champion Brother Martin March 26 at 10:30 a.m. at Acadiana Lanes in Lafayette. The Berwick-Brother Martin winner will meet the winner of No. 15 Benton and No. 18 Lutcher at 1:30 p.m. March 26 at Acadiana Lanes.
This year, teams were seeded using power rankings, with the regional and subsequent bi-regional formats of prep bowling having been replaced with one large bracket. Girls’ regional action will consist of two rounds of play on March 28 at All-Star Lanes in Baton Rouge, while semifinal and finals’ action will take place April 4 at All-Star Lanes in Baton Rouge.
On the boys’ side, regional action will consist of three rounds play March 25-26. Action will be split between Kenner Lanes and Acadiana Lanes in Lafayette. The semifinals and finals will be played April 4 at All-Star Lanes in Baton Rouge.
Also Monday, the state girls’ and boys’ singles bowlers qualifiers were announced.
On the girls’ side, the state’s top 48 bowlers were chosen.
Morgan City’s Juliet Thibodeaux is seeded No. 9 with a 183 average, while Morgan City’s Mackenzie Amador is seeded No. 20 with a 173 average. Central Catholic’s Emily Price is ranked No. 35 with a 160 average.
On the boys’ side, the top 80 bowlers are selected.
Berwick’s Kyle Valdez and Morgan City’s Devin Mayon made the field. Valdez is seeded No. 68 with a 182 average, while Mayon is the No. 76 seed with a 179 average.

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