Josh Carver

Former Berwick High School standout Josh Carver signed on as a preferred walk-on with Southeastern University in Hammond. He held a signing ceremony at Berwick High School Wednesday. Seated, from left, are Leah Carver, mother; Carver; and sisters, Sydney Carver and Makaylin Carver. Standing, from left, are Richard Donovan, stepdad; Sally Delenia Rock, grandmother; David Rock, grandfather; and Elaine Landry, nanny. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)

Berwick's Carver headed to Southeastern as a preferred walk-on

Berwick’s standout athlete Josh Carver can ball.

Josh Carver
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Chris Singleton
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Cooper LeBlanc
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Berwick's Carver, CCHS' Singleton, LeBlanc earn Louisiana Football Coaches Association All-State honors

Three Tri-City area high school football players — one from Berwick and two from Central Catholic — were named to the Louisiana Football Coaches Association All-State Football second teams in their

Kenan Jones
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Dajon Richard
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Josh Carver
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DeAndre Diggs
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Mitchell Sanford
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Barrett Hover
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Six area players earn LSWA Class 3A All-State recognition

Six Tri-City area players earned Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 3A All-State recognition.
Berwick High School had four selections, while Patterson had two.

Berwick High School quarterback Mitchell Sanford, top, and Josh Carver, above, played an integral role in the Panthers' 52-34 upset victory against Class 3A's ninth-ranked squad, Northwest High School, Friday in Berwick. Sanford accounted for 600 yards, completing 23 of 42 passes for 557 yards passing and seven touchdowns with one interception. He also rushed for 43 yards. Carver caught 11 passes for 306 yards and four scores. (The Daily Review/Photos by Geoff Stoute)

Sanford, Carver lead Berwick past Northwest Raiders

Behind more than 600 yards of total offense, including 557 passing from quarterback Mitchell Sanford, Berwick High School upset Northwest High School, 52-34 in a wild contest in Berwick Friday.

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