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Central Catholic's Dominic Skipper closes in on Highland Baptist running back Bronte Griffin during the Eagles' 50-20 victory last week in New Iberia. The Eagles will step out of district play this week when they host Class 4A Vandebilt Catholic Thursday at 7 p.m. (The Daily Review/Bill Decker)

CCHS braces for Vandebilt Thursday

Central Catholic Coach Tommy Minton asked his young Eagles to get more physical last week, and Central Catholic answered with a dominate 50-20 district win against Highland Baptist Friday in New Ib

Patterson High School's Dajon Richard runs with the football while teammates block during Friday's 28-21 victory against North Vermilion in Patterson's District 8-3A opener. Richard scored the game-winning touchdown late in the fourth quarter to secure the win. He rushed 17 times for 112 yards and threw for another 139 and two touchdowns. Patterson will continue district play Friday when it travels to face Abbeville. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)

Richard's late touchdown lifts Patterson past North Vermilion

Patterson and North Vermilion went blow-for-blow until the fourth quarter when the Lumberjacks scored twice to upend the Patriots 28-21 in the District 8-3A opener for both teams.

Central Catholic High School's Taylor Blanchard drops back to throw while receiver Brooks Thomas runs a route during Friday's 50-20 District 7-1A victory against Highland Baptist in New Iberia. Blanchard threw a touchdown pass to Thomas in the game, while Thomas also returned a kickoff for a score. (The Daily Review/Bill Decker)

Central Catholic Eagles soar past Highland Baptist Bears

Central Catholic took advantage of good field position and key plays to run away with a 50-20 District 7-1A win Friday against the Highland Baptist Bears.

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