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Yani Johnson, 23, had a standout game for the Central Catholic Lady Eagles Friday night at home. CCHS defeated the Hanson Memorial Lady Tigers 59-51 in the back-and-forth contest. Johnson had 24 points to lead Central.
—The Daily Review Photos/Mico Aloisio

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Hanson Memorial's Carlie Pellerin, 3, scored 20 in the Lady Tigers 59-51 loss Friday to the Central Catholic Lady Eagles.

Area teams busy during holiday break

Area basketball teams were busy during the holiday break.

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Patterson High School Lumberjacks kept the Tioga Indians on their toes Wednesday night as the local team took a 44-39 loss in the 5-4A St. Martinville Holiday Shoot-Out. Patterson High's Elijah Williams scored nearly half of the teams points scoring 16. Above is Williams, 31, in earlier season play against the Jeanerette Tigers. Tournament play continues Thursday.
—The Daily Review/file photo

Williams scores 16 in PHS loss to Tioga, 44-39

The Patterson High School Lumberjacks kept the Tioga Indians on their toes during opening round play Wednesday night as the local team took a 44-39 loss in the 5-4A St.

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Patterson High School's Jose Rivera attempts an extra point, while Dillon Gunner holds during the Lumberjacks' scrimmage with South Lafourche earlier this month. Patterson will open its 2018 season Aug. 31 when it travels to face Franklin in a 7 p.m. contest.
—The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio

Patterson will travel to Franklin for Week 1 contest

Patterson’s first-year Coach Don Jones loves “Friday Night Lights.” The veteran coach leads the Lumberjacks into Franklin Friday night.

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Patterson High School standout Dajon Richard follows the block of teammate Treylon Bennett during the Lumberjacks’ spring game against Cecilia at Patterson. Richard caught the eye of many college coaches at summer football camp with a scorching 4.30 second 40-yard dash.
—The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute

PHS' Richard shocks college coaches at camp

Patterson High School rising senior Dajon Richard darted into college football recruiting national spotlight this summer when he ran one of the fastest 40-yard dash times in the country.

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