Basketball

Morgan City High School's Tywaun Walker recently signed with Northern New Mexico College in Espanola, New Mexico. Seated, from left, are Ke'Sean Francois, Walker, Delia Walker (mother) and Maurice Chatman (father). Standing, are Denvota Grogan, Tyland Boatman, Morgan City High boys basketball coach Terrence McCutcheon, Kerwin Francois, Jared Singleton and Deondre Grogan. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Morgan City High School)

MCHS' Walker signs with Northern New Mexico College

Tywaun Walker and Makye Richard have been best friends since they were young kids and were prep teammates at Morgan City High School.

Patterson High School celebrated the 20th anniversary of its 1998 Class 2A state championship basketball team Tuesday before the current Lumberjacks beat Abbeville 44-33. Those in attendance were Richard Gant, Louis Leonard, Trone Triggs, Jermaine Grimm, Tony Richardson, Ryan Jennings, Derace James, Kerwin Jones, Mike Griffin, former head coach Berwick Hamilton, ex-assistant coach Jeremy Callais and team manager Alise Jennings. Team members not in attendance were Cory Couture, Donald Nicholas, Brandon Triggs, Taylor Jennings and Chad Broussard. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)

Patterson's 1998 state championship basketball team honored

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Morgan City's Sh'Diamond Holly, left, and Alicia Singleton, right, box in Central Catholic's Lay Bertrand during a Tuesday night contest at Morgan City High School's multipurpose building. The Lady Tigers and the Lady Eagles clawed it out to the last second with the Tigers eking out a 49-47 victory.
—MIco Aloisio Photo

Lady Tigers claw hard for win against Lady Eagles

In a game that went down to the wire, the Morgan City High School Lady Tigers held back a hard push by the Central Catholic Lady Eagles for a 49-47 home-court victory.

Morgan City's Tywaun Walker takes to the air against Central Catholic's Davidyione Bias Tuesday night at Morgan City High School. The home-team Tigers mauled out a decisive 70-39 win against the Eagles.
—Mico Aloisio photo

Tigers roar to victory over Eagles, 70-39

The Tigers scratched out a decisive home victory, 70-39, over the Eagles Tuesday night as Morgan City High School took on local opponent Central Catholic High School.

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