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Lucas Hatch, top, and Berwick High School will square off with Alex Brocato, above, and Morgan City High School in a week 1 matchup in Mor
gan City Friday night. Berwick enters week 1 after defeating South Plaquemine, 20-6, a week ago in Morgan City's Taco Bell Jamboree, while
Morgan City fell to Patterson, 31-12. Friday's kickoff is set for 7 p.m. (The Daily Review/Photos by Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City, Berwick to meet in Week 1

Morgan City and Berwick are bracing for another slugfest Friday night.

The Morgan City High School volleyball team will feature more height during 2017. The team looks to build off last year's first-round loss in the Division III postseason to Lusher Charter. Members of this year's team are, kneeling on the first row, from left, Hailey Aucoin, Scottie Metrejean, Kennedy Hebert, Allie Vincent and Mary Vincent. On the middle row, are Emilena Perot, Faith Bailey, Iesha Huntley, Hailey Pierce, Tia Estay, Brynn Stephens, Haylie Crappell and Sarajane Nini. Standing, are McKenzi Smith, Hallie Blanchard, Nia Lightfoot, Sh’Diamond Holly, Jamia Francois, Karmen Peterson, Jolee Nini and Daysha Tivet. Not pictured are statisticians Emily Loftin, Gabby Thibodaux and Bailee Hoggatt. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Wade Gussman Photography)

MCHS to feature more height in 2017

The Morgan City High School volleyball team will enter this season with more height than normal.

The 2017 Berwick High School Panthers run to their sideline near the end of halftime of their jamboree contest against South Plaquemines last week. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Berwick looks to continue winning ways in 2017

Berwick had an historic season in 2016 as the squad qualified for the postseason a year ago for the first time in 20 years, but the Panthers have turned the page to 2017.

THE HANSON MEMORIAL DEFENSIVE UNIT makes the stop on this play during scrimmage action versus the Loreauville Tigers. Hanson Memorial plays host to the St. Edmund Blue Jays on Saturday at 4 p.m. at McCloskey Field. The Franklin Hornets will make the short journey to battle the Patterson Lumberjacks on Friday at 7 p.m. while the Centerville Bulldogs will also take to the road to face the Northwood Gators on Friday at 7 p.m. The West St. Mary Wolfpack will play on Saturday, traveling to Abbeville to square off against the AHS Wildcats at 5 p.m.

High school football teams head to season opener

Franklin High and Centerville High will play on Friday while Hanson Memorial and West St.

Team members are: J’Kaylon Carter, Kyzhon Clay; Kameron Hawkins; D. J. Edmond; Aaron Ford; Malikai Robertson; Noah Amadore; Courric Ina; J’Kylon Ceasar; Ridge Darden; Courtlon Blake; Jhoilene Harris; Trent Do; Brad Hines; Jayshaun Johnson; Mi-chael Mosses; Trey Do; Courtland Ina; Najeh Bacon; Richard Tabor, Dartavian Depass; Brandon Wilson; Steven August and Gerald Druilhet. Jimmy Gibson is League President Jimmy Gibson while Jazz Coleman is the Head Coach along with Assistant Coaches Majee Connor, Ron Lewis and Robert Martin.

Bayou Teche Patriots scrimmage with New Iberia at Superdome

After arriving at the Mercedes-Benz Superdown at 1 p.m., the Bayou Teche Patroits scrimmaged the New Iberia Broncos on Saturday at halftime of the New Orleans Saints-Houston Texans preseason game i

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