Central Catholic and Berwick high school have received recognition by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association in their respective classes in the organization’s inaugural prep football polls.
The Berwick High School volleyball team will be looking for another successful season as it replaces an experienced senior class with experienced youth this season. Team members include, seated from left, Hanna McCue, Brittany Roberie and Hannah Henry. Kneeling, are Arianna Jones, Giuliana Spitale, Lindsie Giroir, Isabella Lodrigue, Lauren Skinner, Maci Broussard, Abbie Dugas, Abby Sanford, Taylor Campos, Makaylin Carver and Ashhli Williams. Standing, are Bronwyn Colbert, Kaitlyn Hinkle, Emily Lousteau, Laney Crouch, Natalie Mayon, Katie Conrad, Karlecia Jones, Alyssa Gray, Gabby Robicheaux, Morgan Toups, Ryleigh Arnold, Megan Lipari, Kaylee Percle and Randi Joubert. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Wade Gussman Photography)
Berwick may have lost a five-player senior class with years of experience, but a lot of younger players who saw the court a year ago return, hoping to fill those voids.
The Tri-City area’s first two days of the prep volleyball season have been postponed due to the effects of Tropical Storm Harvey.
The Central Catholic Lady Eagles are primed for another deep Division V playoff run in 2017. Team members include, seated from left, Quincee Wiggins and Taylor Picou. Kneeling, are Brooke Lipari, Sara Thibodeaux, Rayne Hotard, Emma Simmons, Haley Fontenot, Rachel Rogers, Adriana Dupis, Symone Wiggins, Katie Luc, Katie Hoffpauir, Ryleigh Theriot, Sinclair Callais and Alyssa Landry. Standing, are Assistant Coach Mary Thomas, manager Emily Price, Emily Roy, Lexi Landry, Kennedy Grizzaffi, Caroline Green, Terre'yan Johnson, Head Coach Latashia Wise, Ava Nicar, Madison Theriot, Sydney Williams, Bailee Lipari and manager Caitlyn Picou. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Musemeche Photography)
Central Catholic has been to the Division V state tournament at the Pontchartrain Center many times within the last 10 years and multiple times, it has fallen in the semifinals.
Patterson High School's Dajon Richard hands the football to teammate Treylon Bennett during Friday's Taco Bell Jamboree game against Morgan City at Tiger Stadium in Morgan City. Patterson won the contest, 31-12. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Patterson got two touchdowns apiece from Dontre Nicholas and Dajon Richard as the Lumberjacks defeated Morgan City, 31-12, in the nightcap of Morgan City’s Taco Bell Jamboree at Tiger Stadium.