Lutcher High School

Central Catholic defeated Lutcher 3-0 (25-12, 25-13, 25-7) on the road Monday. The Lady Eagles, 4-3 this season, will return to action Tuesday when they host Division IV's top-ranked squad, Ascension Episcopal. Central Catholic is ranked No. 10, according to last week's Division IV power rankings. Above, is Central Catholic's Brooke Lipari in action at the Morgan City Volleyball Jamboree. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)

Central Catholic sweeps Lutcher

Central Catholic swept Lutcher 25-12, 25-13, 25-7 on the road Monday.

The Morgan City High School girls soccer team fell to Lutcher High School 1-0 in Division III first-round playoff action in Lutcher Thursday. Despite the loss, Morgan City freshman goalie Brynn Stephens, above during earlier season action against E.D. White, recorded multiple saves to keep the game close. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Mico Aloisio)

Lutcher edges MCHS following late goal

Time and again, players from No. 16 seed Lutcher High School fired shots at the Morgan City High School net during Thursday’s Division III girls soccer first-round game.

Morgan City High School's Darling Carranza plays defense during the Lady Tigers' district game against Lutcher last week in Morgan City. The two teams will meet again Thursday in Lutcher in first-round Division III playoff action. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

District foes MCHS, Lutcher to meet in postseason

The Morgan City High School girls soccer team will open the Division III playoffs Thursday against a familiar foe as the Lady Tigers travel to meet district opponent Lutcher in a 6 p.m.

Morgan City High School's girls soccer team qualified for the Division III postseason. The Lady Tigers will meet district foe Lutcher in the first round Thursday at 6 p.m. on the road. Above, is Morgan City's Drew Angeron in action earlier this season. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Mico Aloisio)

MCHS soccer qualifies for postseason

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The Morgan City High School soccer teams fell at home to Lutcher in district play Thursday. The Lady Tigers fell 2-1, while the Tigers fell 4-0. In the girls' game, Morgan City, the teams played a scoreless first-half. Morgan City had one of two second-half goals called off for being offsides, while the Lady Tigers also missed a penalty kick. It was a game that Morgan City Coach Trevor Patterson said his team could have, at the very least, tied. Brysa Zamudio scored the Lady Tigers' goal. Despite the loss, Morgan City has qualified for the postseason and will find out its seeding Monday. In the boys' game, Morgan City fell 4-2. Omar Espinoza and Tristen McCullough scored the Tigers' goals. Morgan City will conclude its regular season Friday with a district game against St. Charles at 7 p.m. in Morgan City. In the top photo, Morgan City's Allie Vincent attempts a corner kick, while above, is Morgan City's McCullough in action while teammate Jaed Gore looks on. (The Daily Review/Photos by Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City High School soccer team falls to Lutcher in district play

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