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The Morgan City High School volleyball team will feature more height during 2017. The team looks to build off last year's first-round loss in the Division III postseason to Lusher Charter. Members of this year's team are, kneeling on the first row, from left, Hailey Aucoin, Scottie Metrejean, Kennedy Hebert, Allie Vincent and Mary Vincent. On the middle row, are Emilena Perot, Faith Bailey, Iesha Huntley, Hailey Pierce, Tia Estay, Brynn Stephens, Haylie Crappell and Sarajane Nini. Standing, are McKenzi Smith, Hallie Blanchard, Nia Lightfoot, Sh’Diamond Holly, Jamia Francois, Karmen Peterson, Jolee Nini and Daysha Tivet. Not pictured are statisticians Emily Loftin, Gabby Thibodaux and Bailee Hoggatt. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Wade Gussman Photography)

MCHS to feature more height in 2017

The Morgan City High School volleyball team will enter this season with more height than normal.

The 2017 Berwick High School Panthers run to their sideline near the end of halftime of their jamboree contest against South Plaquemines last week. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Berwick looks to continue winning ways in 2017

Berwick had an historic season in 2016 as the squad qualified for the postseason a year ago for the first time in 20 years, but the Panthers have turned the page to 2017.

The Berwick High School volleyball team will be looking for another successful season as it replaces an experienced senior class with experienced youth this season. Team members include, seated from left, Hanna McCue, Brittany Roberie and Hannah Henry. Kneeling, are Arianna Jones, Giuliana Spitale, Lindsie Giroir, Isabella Lodrigue, Lauren Skinner, Maci Broussard, Abbie Dugas, Abby Sanford, Taylor Campos, Makaylin Carver and Ashhli Williams. Standing, are Bronwyn Colbert, Kaitlyn Hinkle, Emily Lousteau, Laney Crouch, Natalie Mayon, Katie Conrad, Karlecia Jones, Alyssa Gray, Gabby Robicheaux, Morgan Toups, Ryleigh Arnold, Megan Lipari, Kaylee Percle and Randi Joubert. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Wade Gussman Photography)

Berwick turns to experienced youth in 2017

Berwick may have lost a five-player senior class with years of experience, but a lot of younger players who saw the court a year ago return, hoping to fill those voids.

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