Morgan City High

Berwick's Mitchell Sanford fights for yardage in the team's victory against White Castle in last week's Taco Bell Jamboree.
—The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio Photos

Morgan City's Deandre Grogan catches a pass during the Tigers' jamboree loss to Patterson.

Berwick, Morgan City to open the season in area matchup

Familiar foes face off when Morgan City takes the short ride to Geisler Stadium to tangle with Berwick in the season opener for both teams on Aug. 31.

Morgan City's Sh'Diamond Holly, left, and Alicia Singleton, right, box in Central Catholic's Lay Bertrand during a Tuesday night contest at Morgan City High School's multipurpose building. The Lady Tigers and the Lady Eagles clawed it out to the last second with the Tigers eking out a 49-47 victory.
—MIco Aloisio Photo

Lady Tigers claw hard for win against Lady Eagles

In a game that went down to the wire, the Morgan City High School Lady Tigers held back a hard push by the Central Catholic Lady Eagles for a 49-47 home-court victory.

Elijah Williams brings the ball down the court during the Patterson High School Lumberjacks' 60-26 win against South Lafourche Saturday. The Lumberjacks were undeated in its Advance Physical Therapy Lumberjacks Invitational held this weekend.
—The Daily Review/Corwin Murray

Patterson undefeated in tournament

The Patterson High School Lumberjacks were undefeated in its Advance Physical Therapy Lumberjacks Invitational held this weekend.
In Friday PHS invitational action:

St. Mary Parish School Board President Mike Taylor engages in a conversation with West St. Mary High School students Mackenzie Daggett, Mackenzie Artis and Nya Bacon during a break at the New Generations Conference Wednesday night at Morgan City High School. Students from five St. Mary Parish high schools presented ideas ranging from lending a hand to ExploreLearning Gizmos.

St. Mary Parish School Board President Mike Taylor engages in a conversation with West St. Mary High School students Mackenzie Daggett, Mackenzie Artis and Nya Bacon during a break at the New Generations Conference Wednesday night at Morgan City High School. Students from five St. Mary Parish high schools presented ideas ranging from lending a hand to ExploreLearning Gizmos.
—The Daily Review/Diane Miller Fears

Students share ideas at New Generations Conference

Students from five St. Mary Parish high schools presented ideas at the New Generations Conference held Wednesday night at Morgan City High School.

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