Central Catholic High School volleyball players Terre'Yan Johnson and Katie Hoffpauir, along with head coach Latashia Wise, were recognized Sunday at the Louisiana Volleyball Coaches Association Al
Morgan City High School football team members earning awards were, from left, Hilton Hebert, most improved; Khai Hartley, Fighting Tiger; Dylan Tingle, special teams MVP; Devonta Grogan, offensive MVP; Hayden Barron, scout team MVP; and Nathan Campbell, defensive MVP.
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Swim team awards at Morgan City High School were presented to, from left, Madeline Albritton, highest point and State Championship Division III; Emma Loupe, Fighting Tiger; Emerald Begley and Daniel Martinez, most improved; and Carson Gagliano, highest point and State Championship Division III.
Morgan City High School held its Fall Athletic Awards ceremony Tuesday night at the school’s multipurpose building. Athletes in football, swimming and volleyball were honored.
The Tri-City Area had one representative on the first-team All-District 7-III squad.
Morgan City High School junior Haylie Crappell earned first-team honors as an outside hitter.
Central Catholic High School swept the individual honors on the All-District 2-V team as senior Yani Johnson was named the league’s Offensive Most Valuable Player, and Latashia Wise is the district
The Central Catholic Lady Eagles pose with their Division V state runner-up trophy Saturday at the Pontchartrain Center. No. 2 seed Central Catholic fell to top-seed Metairie Park Country Day 3-0 (25-21, 25-15, 25-16) in Saturday's state final. Central Catholic was making its first state final appearance since 2003, while Metairie Park Country Day won its10th state title in the last 11 years and its fifth consecutive. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
A day after breaking a lengthy volleyball state finals drought, Central Catholic just didn’t have enough fire power to down state powerhouse and top seed Metairie Park County Day, falling 3-0 (25-2