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Anthony Falgout Jr. was named the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association's Bowler of the Year. During the past year, his average climbed as high as 254. He bowled 160 "200" games, four "299" games, 32 "700" series, three "300" games and a high scratch series of 808. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of The Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Jerry Pillaro is the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association's Senior Bowler of the Year. This year, his average reached a high of 240. He bowled 136 "200" games, 18 "700" series and a high scratch series of 806. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association holds banquet

The Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association held its annual meeting and awards banquet May 12th at the St. Mary Parish Senior Citizens Center in Morgan City.

Present and past members of East St. Mary Parish Chapter of Junior Auxiliary celebrated 25 years of serving the community on April 19 at Bay City Bistro in Morgan City.
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East St. Mary Parish Chapter of Junior Auxiliary President Nicole Cline was presented the Member of the Year award during the Auxiliary’s year-end banquet April 19 at Bay City Bistro in Morgan City. Cline, left, was presented the recognition by incoming President Darby Ratcliff.

East St. Mary Parish Chapter of Junior Auxiliary President Nicole Cline presents the Finance Chair award to Danielle Grow, right, Casino Night chairwoman.

Alita Boudreaux, left, and Ambre Wilson received Most Service Hours awards during the East St. Mary Parish Chapter of Junior Auxiliary banquet.

Earning attendance awards for the 2017-18 Junior Auxiliary of East St. Mary year are, from left, Nicole Cline, Amy Isham, Ambre Wilson, Jessica Martin and Lani McElroy.

The provisional class for the East St. Mary Parish Chapter of Junior Auxiliary completed provisional duties to become active members. Recognized at the Auxiliary’s year-end banquet April 19 at Bay City Bistro in Morgan City were, from left, Amy Clemons, Selena Shannon, Lani McElroy, Jessica Martin and Stacey Domangue.

Officers for 2018-19 were installed during the East St. Mary Parish Chapter of Junior Auxiliary year-end banquet April 19 at Bay City Bistro in Morgan City. From left are Lani McElroy, membership and corresponding secretary co-chairwoman; Ambre Wilson, treasurer; Sarah Mayon, vice president; Jamie Keith, recording secretary and Darby Ratcliff, president.

JA of East St. Mary Parish celebrates 25 years

The East St. Mary Parish Chapter of Junior Auxiliary celebrated 25 years of serving the community on April 19 at Bay City Bistro in Morgan City.

Football players were recognized at Morgan City High School’s fall sports banquet Monday night. Taking home top awards were, from left, Deondre Grogan, offensive most valuable player; Morrquise Charles, defensive MVP and second team all-district; Logan Tingle, Tiger award; Kerwin Francois, second team all-district; Devonta Grogan, overall MVP and second team all-district; and Xavier Mutombo, inaugural Fighting Tiger award. Earning all-district honorable mention were Harlan Francis and Ke’Sean Francois.
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Morgan City High School’s swimming team came away with awards at the school’s fall sports banquet Monday night. Honored were, from left, Kyle Ring, best newcomer — boys; Christopher Pitre, Fighting Tiger award — boys; Madeline Albritton, best newcomer — girls; Mitch Mancuso; Mallory Fontenot, captain’s award — girls; Jean’ Pat Dupuy, Michael Vining award, overall team captain and most valuable player award; and Carson Gagliano, captain’s award — boys. Leah Stockstill earned the Fighting Tiger award — girls. State medals went to Gagliano, 16th, 100 fly; Dupuy, third, 100 free and fourth, 50 free; and Gagliano, Ring, Mancuso and Dupuy, fifth, men’s 200 free relay and eighth, men’s 400 free.

Volleyball players were recognized at the Morgan City High School fall sports banquet Monday night. Taking home top awards were, from left, Mary Vincent, Baby Tiger award; Kennedy Hebert, overall most valuable player and captain’s awards; Sh’Diamond Holly, offensive MVP; Allie Vincent, defensive MVP and captain’s award; and McKenzi Smith, Fighting Tiger award.

MCHS holds fall sports banquet

Morgan City High School’s fall sports banquet was held Dec. 18 in the school's multipurpose building.
Awards were presented in football, swimming and volleyball.

Zach Aucoin, left, and Jonathan Spinella were recognized for their high games of 297 and 298, respectively, during the Morgan City Youth Bowling League awards banquet Tuesday night at Charlie’s Lanes.
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The Morgan City Youth Bowling League held its awards banquet Tuesday night at Charlie’s Lanes in Morgan City.

Morgan City Youth Bowling League presents awards

The Morgan City Youth Bowling League held its awards banquet Tuesday night at Charlie’s Lanes in Morgan City.
Below is a list of the award winners:
Team Season Highs:

All-State award winners for Central Catholic High School baseball are Gregory Leger and Blake Hidalgo, first-team; and Drake Angeron, Mitchel Lemoine and Thomas Garber, honorable mention.
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All-District award winners for Central Catholic High School baseball are Gregory Leger, Drake Angeron, Samarick Paul, Mitchel Lemoine, Blake Hidalgo, Adam Dupuis and Thomas Garber, first-team; Tyler Longman, Bryce Grizzaffi and Thomas Mire, second-team; and Brooks Thomas, Nathan Hebb and Luke Barbier, honorable mention. Not all honorees were in attendance.

Many honorees at CCHS baseball awards ceremony

Central Catholic High School held its baseball awards ceremony Thursday at the school.

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