Saturday was graduation day for Central Catholic High's Class of 2018.
Meet the valedictorians for Patterson High and the summa cum laude grads for Morgan City High.
Berwick High School's six senior baseball players graduated on Field 41 at McMurry Park Thursday in Sulphur prior to the team's Class 3A semifinal contest against top-seed Sterlington. The Panthers' seniors graduated away from home because the school's graduation was held the same day as the 3A semifinals. Graduates, from left, are Lucas Hatch, Kyle Pitre, Patrick Robertson, Kyle Boudreaux, Reid Wiley and Denver Jenkins. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Seth Canty, left, and Shayne Berger celebrate following No. 4 Berwick High School's 8-6 upset victory of No. 1 Sterlington in one Class 3A semifinal Thursday at McMurry Park in Sulphur. Berwick will play for the Class 3A title Saturday against No. 3 Iota, which defeated No. 2 Brusly, 3-0, in the other 3A semifinal Thursday. Berwick and Iota will square off Saturday at 5:30 p.m. on Field 40 at McMurry Park. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Berwick High School's Kyle Pitre pitches during the Panthers' semifinal contest against Sterlington Thursday at McMurry Park in Sulphur. Berwick, Class 3A's fourth-ranked seed, upset top-ranked Sterlington, 8-6, to advance to the school's first state baseball title game since 1994. The Panthers last won a baseball title in 1978. Berwick will face No. 3 Iota Saturday in the 3A title game on Field 40 at McMurry Park. First pitch is set for 5:30 p.m. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Graduate-level play: No. 4 Berwick holds off top-ranked Sterlington, 8-6, to advance to 3A title game
After watching Berwick High School’s six seniors graduate on the field prior to the team’s Class 3A semifinal contest against top-ranked Sterlington Thursday at McMurry Park, the fourth-ranked Pant
Meet the 22 Berwick High seniors who will graduate with 4.0 grade point averages.
Diplomas on the Diamond: 2nd Wiley will follow brother's footsteps and graduate on the baseball diamond
Gina and Patrick Wiley will be the parents of two Berwick High School graduates by late Thursday night, but neither the parents nor their sons actually will have attended the younger Wileys’ gradua