Highland Baptist

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Central Catholic defenders, from left, Ethan Majewski, Khyre Willis and Freddie Calloway combine to stop a Covenant Christian player during their week 8 contest. Central Catholic defeated Highland Baptist, 42-6, on the road Friday. The Eagles now will play for the District 8-1A title Friday when it host Vermilion Catholic. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)

Central Catholic routs Highland Baptist, 42-6

Central Catholic High School rolled past Highland Baptist, 42-6, in District 8-1A action in New Iberia Friday.

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Morgan City's Deondre Grogan, left, and Ahmad Hawkins
(The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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Berwick's Lauren Cantrelle
(The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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Central Catholic's Sydney Williams is presented the John Melvin Relays' girls Field MVP Award by Sue and Jim Melvin. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of David Fuhrer)

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Patterson's Isaac Hayes
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Berwick High, Highland Baptist win John Melvin Relays

Berwick High School and Highland Baptist won the boys’ and girls’ team titles, respectively, at the John Melvin Relays March 22 at Berwick High School.

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Central Catholic's Laurielle Bias, left, dribbles against Ascension Catholic during regular-season action. Central Catholic will begin playoff action Monday when it hosts Highland Baptist. (The Daily Review/File Photo)

CCHS will host district foe Highland Baptist Monday in Division IV regional round contest

Central Catholic High School will open Division IV postseason play Monday when the No. 8 Lady Eagles host No. 9 Highland Baptist Monday at 6:30 p.m. in Morgan City.

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