High School

Former Berwick High School standout Travis Whitehead signed a national letter of intent to play college basketball for two years at Delgado Community College in New Orleans Friday at Berwick High School. In addition to friends, family and well wishers, those present were, Kasey Whitehead, stepmom; Ara Whitehead, grandmother; Barbara Bailey, grandmother; Tracy Bailey, mother; Edward Woods, brother; and Cherica Bailey-Harvey, aunt. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)

Travis Whitehead inks with Delgado Community College

Travis Whitehead is what coaches call a gym rat.

The Berwick High School boys' track and field team made school history Saturday at the Allstate Sugar Bowl/Louisiana High School Athletic Association Outdoor Track & Field State Meet as the Panthers finished as state runner-up with 56 points. The point total and placement at the meet were both school records. Berwick had three individual state champions and one individual and one relay runner-up finish. Kenan Jones, who won the long jump and high jump and finished second in the triple jump, was named Class 3A's Outstanding Athlete. Berwick track and field team members are, kneeling from left, Alvin Jones, Barrett Hover, Ian Valdez, Keyon Singleton and Josh Jones. Standing, from left, are assistant track and field coach Chuck Boudreaux, head track and field coach Paul Gilder, Kenan Jones, Darby Frickey, Josh Carver and assistant track and field coach Kenny Williams. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Record breakers!

Berwick High School’s Ian Valdez has had his highs and his lows in the Class 3A 3,200-meter run at the state track and field meet during his high school career.

Central Catholic High School's Sydney Williams had the highest finish of any Central Catholic competitor at the state meet with a second-place finish in the Class 1A discus Friday. From left are third-place finisher Marin Barras of Highland Baptist, champion Jessica Sampson of Jonesboro-Hodge and Williams. Williams also placed fourth in the shot put. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Two CCHS competitors earn top three finishes

Central Catholic had one girl and one boy competitor reach the podium to highlight its day in Class 1A action Friday during the Allstate Sugar Bowl/Louisiana High School Athletic Association Outdoo

Berwick High School defeated Eunice 2-0 in its Class 3A quarterfinal series in Berwick this weekend. The Panthers won game one, 12-2, in six innings Friday, while they clinched the series in game 2 with a 12-3 victory Saturday. With the series win, Berwick advances to its second-straight 3A semifinal at McMurry Park in Sulphur. The Panthers, Class 3A's No. 4 seed, will meet top-ranked Sterlington Thursday at 7:30 p.m. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)

Berwick wins series with Eunice, returns to 3A semis

Berwick High School continued its dominate play on the baseball diamond, routing Eunice High in the first two games in Berwick to win its best-of-three series, 2-0, and advance to the Allstate Suga

Patterson High School's Zach Burke goes through his rotation as he prepares to release the discus during Class 3A competition Saturday at the Allstate Sugar Bowl/Louisiana High School Athletic Association Outdoor Track and Field State Meet. Burke placed fifth with a personal record of 134 feet, 8 inches. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Patterson's Burke leads school's competitors at Saturday's 3A track and field state meet

Patterson High School’s Zach Burke and Alero Hartman each concluded their high school careers in Class 3A field events Saturday at the Allstate Sugar Bowl/Louisiana High School Athletic Association

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