Vermilion Catholic High School

Central Catholic High School tight end Nathan Hebb fights for yardage during Friday's 54-26 loss to Vermilion Catholic in Morgan City. Central Catholic, Division IV's No. 12 seed, will travel to face No. 5 Catholic High-Pointe Coupee in playoff action this week. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)

Turnovers doom CCHS in 54-26 loss to Vermilion Catholic

Vermilion Catholic took advantage of eight Central Catholic turnovers and a big second half to storm to a 54-26 win Friday and clinch the District 7-1A title, going undefeated in district play.

Central Catholic High School's Cooper LeBlanc pursues a Highland Baptist ball carrier during earlier season District 7-1A action in New Iberia. Central Catholic will conclude its regular season Friday when it hosts Vermilion Catholic in league play. With a win, Central Catholic can force a three-way tie for the district crown with Vermilion Catholic and Lafayette Christian. (The Daily Review/Bill Decker)

CCHS is playing for a share of the District 7-1A crown Friday against VC

Central Catholic will host Vermilion Catholic with the District 7-1A championship on the line Friday at Tiger Stadium in Morgan City.

Central Catholic High School's Taylor Picou hits a pitch during Saturday's Division IV semifinal contest against Vermilion Catholic. Vermilion Catholic won the game, 10-9, on a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh. Central Catholic concluded its season with a 24-10 mark, while Vermilion Catholic fell to Cedar Creek, 5-3, in the Division IV state championship game later Saturday. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Vermilion Catholic defeats Central Catholic via a walk-off hit

No. 5 Central Catholic mounted a huge rally in the latter innings and nearly forced extra innings with No. 1-ranked Vermilion Catholic in the Division IV semifinals Saturday at Frasch Park.

A Central Catholic coach talks to Samarick Paul during a break in action in the Eagles' District 7-1A contest against Vermilion Catholic in Amelia Wednesday. Central Catholic defeated Vermilion Catholic, 4-0. Paul led the Eagles with a 2-for-3 performance with two doubles, an RBI and two runs. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)

Central Catholic shuts out Vermilion Catholic, 4-0

Central Catholic scored two runs apiece in the fifth and sixth innings of a 4-0 victory against Vermilion Catholic in District 7-1A action in Amelia Wednesday.

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