Morgan City High School recognized its girls bowling team, which finished its season as state runner-up, during the school's spring sports awards ceremony Monday. From left are Kameron Patereau, Meghan Amador and Ali Tregle. On the back row are Hannah Pipes, Marissa Davis, Kyleigh Campbell, Sara Sierra, Mackenzie Amador. Not pictured is Alyssa Strickland. Pipes, Meghan Amador, Davis and Tregle each received the Fighting Tiger Award. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
The Morgan City High School boys basketball team was recognized at the school's spring awards ceremony Monday. Award winners include, from left, Deondre Grogan, Most Improved; Makye Richard, MVP; and Morrquise Charles, Tiger Tradition. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Among the sports recognized at Morgan City High School's spring sports award ceremony was baseball. Award winners included, kneeling from left, Chris Pitre, Fighting Tiger; Ethan Scioneaux, Best Pitcher; and Ross Albritton, most improved. Standing, are Morrquise Charles, best hitter; Alex Brocato, Captain; and Josh Lorenzo, Best Fielder. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
The Morgan City High School boys bowling team was recognized during Monday's spring sports awards ceremony. Award recipients included, from left, Trevor Tong, Jason Myers, Jayson Hidalgo and Hau Vo. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
The Morgan City High School softball team was recognized during the school's award ceremony. Award winners included, from left, Madalyn Hebert, Most Improved; Scottie Metrejean, Dynamic Duo; Kennedy Hebert, Dynamic Duo; and Hannah Praddo, Fighting Tiger. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
MCHS athletes in spring sports honored
Morgan City High School honored its athletes in its spring sports Monday at Morgan City High School.
Awards were distributed in boys’ basketball, girls’ basketball, boys’ tennis, girls’ tennis, boys’ track and field, girls’ track and field, boys’ golf, girls’ golf, baseball, softball, Fancy Dancers, cheerleading, twirlers, boys’ bowling, girls’ bowling, boys’ soccer and girls’ soccer.
Below is a list of the award winners:
—Senior Plaques: Ali Tregle and Paige Landry.
—Fighting Tiger Award: Landry.
—Best Pitcher: Ethan Scioneaux.
—Best Fielder: Josh Lorenzo.
—Best Hitter: Morrquise Charles.
—Captain: Alex Brocato.
—Fighting Tiger: Chris Pitre.
—Most Improved: Ross Albritton.
—Mountain Mover: Courtney Welsh.
—Most Rebounds: Sh’Diamond Holly.
—Fighting Tiger: Indeara Chenevert.
—Rookie of the Year: Deryon Johnson.
—Defensive Award: Sh’Diamond Holly.
—Offensive Award: Alisha Singleton.
—Leave Your Mark: Hailey Lewis.
—Dynamic Duo: Kennedy Hebert and Scottie Metrejean.
—Most Improved: Madalyn Hebert.
—Fighting Tiger: Hannah Prado.
—Boys’ MVP: Jared Gore.
—Girls’ MVP: Brandi Albarado.
—Most Improve: Karmen Peterson and Fernando Torres.
—Fighting Tiger: Brandon Rock, Jolee Nini and Niki Ring.
—Forward Award: Brayan Aleman.
—Midfield Award: Irving Montes.
—Defense Award: Jared Gore.
—Fighting Tiger Award: Tristen McCullough.
—Forward Award: Angie Sagastizado.
—Midfield Award: Madison Barrilleaux.
—Defense Award: Hayden Trotter.
—Fighting Tiger Award: Allie Vincent.
—MVP: Makye Richard.
—Tiger Tradition: Morrquise Charles.
—Most Improved: Deondre Grogan.
—The Top Banana Award: Captain Kortney Hillen.
—The Next Best Thing Award: Co-Captain Mallory Fontenot.
—The Bee’s Knees Award: Maliyah Williams.
—The Raindrops on Roses Award: Juliet Thibodaux.
—Fighting Tiger Award: Hannah Pipes, Meghan Amador, Marissa Davis and Ali Tregle.
—Fighting Tiger Award: Jayson Hidalgo, Trevor Tong, Hau Vo and Jason Myers.
—Captain: Hannah Pipes.
—Co-Captain: Cassie Aloisio and Mallory Jackson.
Boys Track and Field
—Track MVP: 4x400-meter relay: Jared Hawkins, Deondre Grogan, Devonte Grogan and Zion Landry.
—Captain Award: Hawkins.
—Field MVP: Jake Arceneaux.
Girls Track and Field
—Track MVP: Sh’Diamond Holly.
—Field MVP: Jacelyn Bouilion.