The Daily Review's Geoff Stoute talks with Berwick's coach about the upcoming game with Newman.
The Tri-City area’s first two days of the prep volleyball season have been postponed due to the effects of Tropical Storm Harvey.
The Tri-City Track Club is once again hosting its popular Double Trouble Bridge 5K Run/Walk.
The St. Mary Central 11- and 12-year-old All-Star team members are, kneeling from left, Rhett Ratcliff, Dawson Richard, Hayden Robinson, Jude Guarisco, Jayden Milton and Aaron Askew. Standing are assistant coach Joey Richard, Zack Gonzales, Luke Thomas, Brett Bearb, head coach Ronnie Ratcliff, Zane Griffin, Evan White, assistant coach Scott Thomas and Rhett Thomas. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Dominique Thomas)
The Morgan City Recreation Department 11-and-12year-old baseball All-Star team members are, kneeling from left, Dominic Case, James Richardson, Caleb O’con, Drew Miller and Ben Miller. On the middle row are Brennan Sauce, Blake Peterson, Dylan Duval, Anibal Quinones, Angelo Viscardi and Karson Nelson. On the back row are head coach Mike Nelson and assistant coaches Tommy Duval and Glen Peterson. Not pictured is Bryson Dupuy. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
The Patterson 9- and 10-year-old All-Star baseball team members are, front row from left, Hayden Rebardi, Zach Landry, Landon Bernadou, Braden Mouton, Holden Leblanc and Parker Jennings. On the middle row are Drew Dinger, VJ Byrd, Landon Lipari, Brylon Jennings and Dylan Richard. On the back row are coaches Willis Dore, Vinnie Byrd and Brett Dore. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Ashley Dinger)
The Morgan City Recreation Department’s 9- and 10-year-old baseball team members are, kneeling from left, Benjamin Case, Landon Aucoin, Gregory Hamer, Bodie Hoffpauir and Shamus LaCoste. On the middle row are Brandon Cordero, Bryce Solar, Carter Whipple, Kyle Stansbury, Roderick Bennett and Thomas Mancuso. On the back row are assistant coaches Heath Hoffpauir and Andrew Mancuso and head coach James Stansbury. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Four Tri-City Area All-Star baseball teams — two each in the 10-year-old and 12-year-old divisions — will continue postseason play beginning Friday in regional action in north Louisiana.
The Patterson 10-year-old All-Stars won the District 3 AAA Title Wednesday after concluding the multi-day tournament with a 4-0 mark.