Morgan City High School

Berwick's Donte Short, 24, gets congratulations after recovering a fumble deep in the red zone to stop a Northwest drive, allowing the Panthers to stay within 14-10 at the half. Berwick fell to Northwest, Class 3A's ninth-ranked squad in the latest Louisiana Sports Writers Association poll, 34-31. (The Daily Review/Bill Decker)

The Daily Review/Bill Decker

Tri-City area winless in week 2 Friday

The Tri-City area finished 0-3 in Week 2 games played Friday as Berwick, Central Catholic and Patterson each lost.

The Morgan City High School Lady Tiger volleyball
team is, seated from left, Hallie Blanchard, Jolee
Nini, Sh'Diamond Holly, Karmen Peterson, Nia Lightfoot
and McKenzi Smith. Kneeling, are Janaa Coulon,
Iesha Huntley, Layla Gros, Jamia Francois,
Deryon Johnson, Faith Bailey, Olivia Baio and Kamryn
Olivier. Standing, are Mariah Pleasant, Courtney
Long, Hailey Crappell, Brynn Stephens, Mary Vincent,
Hailey Aucoin and Bria Romero. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Wade Gussman Photography)

Six seniors leading MCHS volleyball program this season

A year after losing two seniors — although critical pieces of the squad — Morgan City High School’s 2018 volleyball team has six seniors to lead this year’s squad.

Morgan City High School's Mitchell Mancuso leads the Tigers through their banner in Week 1 against Berwick. Morgan City will host Hanson Memorial in its home opener Friday in Morgan City. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)

MCHS to host Hanson in home opener Friday

The Morgan City High School Tigers will host Hanson Memorial in its home opener Friday at Tiger Stadium.

Berwick High School's Josh Jones hurdles Morgan City High School's Deandre Grogan during the teams' season opener in Berwick Friday. Berwick defeated Morgan City 34-7. Jones had three touchdowns. Berwick will return to action Friday, traveling to face Northwest, while Morgan City will host Hanson Memorial. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)

Berwick pummels Morgan City 34-7

Berwick ran past Morgan City 34-7 in both teams’ season opener Friday in Berwick.
The Panthers led 14-0 at halftime and used three second-half turnovers to pull away from the Tigers.

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