softball

The Nicholls State University and Incarnate Word softball teams met on the diamond in April, bringing together sisters Mallery and Macey Marino. Mallery is a member of the Nicholls softball team, while Macey is an Incarnate Word team member. Nicholls swept the series. The sisters' grandparents are from the Tri-City area. From left are Gloria Marino, grandparent; Susan Cantrell, grandparent; Mallery Marino, Macey Marino, Wayne Cantrell, grandparent; and Benny Marino, grandparent.

Marino sisters meet on diamond at Nicholls

Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Gloria Marino

Berwick High School's Morgan Toups
(The Daily Review/Steve Holley)

Berwick making 1st quarterfinal appearance in nearly 10 years

While Berwick High School first-year Softball Coach Joe Russo conducted an interview during practice Wednesday, his players were working on the field with Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin" blaring in

The Berwick Lady Panthers are all smiles following their 8-7 walk-off victory against North Vermilion in Class 3A Regional Round action Tuesday in Berwick.
(The Daily Review/Steve Holley)

Walkin' into the elite eight: Broussard's hit helps propel Berwick to upset of NV

The Berwick softball team pulled off one of the biggest upsets the program has seen in quite some time Tuesday — one that shook the playoff bracket in a huge way.

Central Catholic's Haley Fontenot connects on a double during Monday's win.
(The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Running into the Quarterfinals: Central Catholic run-rules Vermilion Catholic 11-0

After splitting two close games in their District 7-1A contests this season, the final — and most important matchup — between Central Catholic and Vermilion Catholic Monday in Division IV Regional

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