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Berwick High School's Hunter Landry attempts a bunt during the Panthers' Class 3A semifinals contest with Sterlington Sunday at McMurry Park in Sulphur. No. 4 Berwick fell to top-seeded Sterlington 1-0 in eight innings. Berwick finishes its season with a 30-9 mark, while Sterlington, which improves to 34-4, advances to Tuesday's Class 3A state championship game where it will meet No. 3 South Beauregard. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Sterlington gets RBI single in the 8th to end Berwick's season

Top-ranked Sterlington High School had just three hits in Sunday’s Class 3A semifinal contest against No. 4 Berwick.
But the final one proved to be the most important.

No. 4 Berwick and top-seeded Sterlington were able to play three complete innings of their Class 3A state semifinal contest at McMurry Park in Sulphur Thursday before the second of
two lightning delays eventually led to the game being postponed until Sunday. The game was scoreless in the top of the fourth with one out when it was delayed a second time. Above, Berwick pitcher Zeph Hoffpauir leaves the field after an inning of work. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Inclement weather halts Berwick-Sterlington game

No. 4 Berwick and No.

Central Catholic's Brooks Thomas makes a diving catch in the top photo, while above, the Eagles' Bryce Grizzaffi steals second base during Central Catholic's Division IV semifinal contest with top-seed Ouachita Christian at McMurry Park in Sulphur Wednesday. Central Catholic fell 3-1. (The Daily Review/Photos by Geoff Stoute)

Lack of timely hitting dooms CCHS in 3-1 loss to OCS

Central Catholic received enough quality pitching and solid defense to win Wednesday’s Division IV semifinal contest against top-seed Ouachita Christian.

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