Patterson High School

Patterson High School's Irvin Celestine makes a catch during last week's 31-12 victory against Morgan City at Morgan City's Taco Bell Jam
boree. Patterson will open its season Friday when it hosts Class 2A Franklin in a 7 p.m. contest. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Patterson opens season at home against Franklin

Patterson opens the season Friday against longtime rival Franklin with the sting of last year’s loss still fresh on their minds. The Lumberjacks lost to the Hornets, 28-20, last season.

Patterson High School's Dajon Richard hands the football to teammate Treylon Bennett during Friday's Taco Bell Jamboree game against Morgan City at Tiger Stadium in Morgan City. Patterson won the contest, 31-12. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Berwick High School's Josh Jones is congratulated by teammate Hayden Seneca when coming off the field during the second half of Berwick's 20-6 victory against South Plaquemines in the Taco Bell Jamboree Friday in Morgan City. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Patterson eases by MCHS at Taco Bell Jamboree

Patterson got two touchdowns apiece from Dontre Nicholas and Dajon Richard as the Lumberjacks defeated Morgan City, 31-12, in the nightcap of Morgan City’s Taco Bell Jamboree at Tiger Stadium.

Central Catholic's Terre'yan Johnson defends at the net against Morgan City High School's Kennedy Hebert during the Morgan City High School Volleyball Jamboree Thursday. Central Catholic finished 3-0, while Morgan City was 1-1. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

CCHS leads are teams with 3-0 mark at jamboree

Central Catholic led the area’s volleyball contingent with a 3-0 performance at the Morgan City High School Volleyball Jamboree Thursday.

Morgan City High School quarterback Alex Brocato attempts a pass during last week's intrasquad scrimmage at Tiger Stadium in Morgan City. Morgan City and Patterson will meet Friday in the nightcap of Morgan City's Taco Bell Jamboree at 7:30 p.m. The jamboree's first game will pit Berwick against South Plaquemines at 6 p.m. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)

Former colleagues to coach against one another as MCHS faces Patterson

The area’s two new head coaches, who just so happen to be former coaching colleagues, will square off in the nightcap of Morgan City High School’s Taco Bell Jamboree Friday when Morgan City faces P

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