Central Catholic High School

Central Catholic defeated Lutcher 3-0 (25-12, 25-13, 25-7) on the road Monday. The Lady Eagles, 4-3 this season, will return to action Tuesday when they host Division IV's top-ranked squad, Ascension Episcopal. Central Catholic is ranked No. 10, according to last week's Division IV power rankings. Above, is Central Catholic's Brooke Lipari in action at the Morgan City Volleyball Jamboree. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)

Central Catholic sweeps Lutcher

Central Catholic swept Lutcher 25-12, 25-13, 25-7 on the road Monday.

Central Catholic High School's Hunter Daigle zeros in on a Pine player during the teams' week 1 contest in Morgan City. Central Catholic fell to Archbishop Hannan on the road Friday 34-14. Central Catholic will return to action Thursday when it hosts Southside High School. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)

Central Catholic falls to Archbishop Hannan 34-14

For the second consecutive week, the fourth quarter proved to be a nightmare for the Central Catholic Eagles as Hannan overtook the Morgan City squad for a 34-14 victory in Covington Friday.

Berwick's Donte Short, 24, gets congratulations after recovering a fumble deep in the red zone to stop a Northwest drive, allowing the Panthers to stay within 14-10 at the half. Berwick fell to Northwest, Class 3A's ninth-ranked squad in the latest Louisiana Sports Writers Association poll, 34-31. (The Daily Review/Bill Decker)

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Tri-City area winless in week 2 Friday

The Tri-City area finished 0-3 in Week 2 games played Friday as Berwick, Central Catholic and Patterson each lost.

Central Catholic's Brooks Thomas brings the ball up the field during the Eagles' week 1 loss at home to Pine Aug. 30. Central Catholic will travel to Covington Friday to face Class 3A Archbishop Hannan. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)

CCHS will travel to 3A Archbishop Hannan

Central Catholic will hit the road for its week two matchup when the Eagles travel to face Class 3A Archbishop Hannan Friday.

Pine High School's Jordan Anderson eyes a pass while Central Catholic's Khyre Willis defends during Thursday's season-opener in Morgan City. Pine rallied with three fourth-quarter touchdowns, the last two receptions by Anderson, to stun Central Catholic 40-34. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)

Pine scores 22 in 4th quarter to stun CCHS 40-34

Three first-half turnovers came back to bite Central Catholic after a huge Pine High School fourth-quarter rally to stun the Eagles 40-32.

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