Morgan City High School

The Morgan City High School Lady Tiger bowling team fell just short of a state championship Friday at the Raisin Cane's River Center as the squad fell to St. Scholastica, 14-13, in the state finals. This year marks the second straight season Morgan City has finished as state runner-up. Team members include, kneeling from left, Kameron Patereau, Meghan Amador, Ali Tregle and Kyleigh Campbell. Standing, are Coach Michele LaCombe, Hannah Pipes, Mackenzie Amador, Allyssa Strickland, Sara Sierra, Kora Reed and Marissa Davis. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City High School's Marissa Davis was recognized as a ISC 2017 All-Academic Scholar Composite Bowling team member for maintaining a 4.0 grand point average. With her is Louisiana High School Athletic Association Executive Director Eddie Bonine. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City High School Bowling Coach Michele LaCombe hoists the state runner-up trophy. With her, from left, are Ali Tregle, Hannah Pipes, Meghan Amador and Mackenzie Amador. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City High School's Mackenzie Amador celebrates following a shot, while teammate Marissa Davis prepares to bowl during the state semifinals against Central of Baton Rouge. Morgan City won the match, 16-11. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City High School Bowling Coach Michele LaCombe talks to her squad prior to game three of the state finals against St. Scholastica. Morgan City fell just short of a state championship as the squad fell, 14-13. Morgan City concludes its season with a 16-1 mark. It's the school's second consecutive state runner-up finish in girl's bowling. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

MCHS falls just short of a state title in finals loss

Top seed St. Scholastica rallied in game three to edge No. 3 Morgan City, 14-13, for the state bowling title at the Raising Cane’s River Center Friday.

Morgan City High School's Ethan Nguyen fields a ground ball during earlier season action against Ellender. Morgan City fell twice this weekend in district play to South Terrebonne. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Mico Aloisio)

Morgan City drops two games with South Terrebonne

Morgan City High School dropped two District 7-4A contests with South Terrebonne this weekend as the squad fell 1-0 Friday in Bourg and 5-1 Saturday in Morgan City.

Morgan City High School's Scottie Metrejean makes a throw to first base during the Lady Tigers' contest against Assumption Thursday. Morgan City defeated Assumption, 2-0, for a share of the District 7-4A crown. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

MCHS beats Assumption, clinches share of district title

Morgan City High School clinched a share of the District 7-4A title with a 2-0 victory against Assumption in the Lady Tigers’ district finale in Morgan City Thursday.

Morgan City High School's Chris Pitre delivers a pitch during the Tigers' District 7-4A contest with South Terrebonne Thursday in Morgan City. Pitre, a freshman, threw a two-hit shutout as the Tigers defeated the Gators, 8-0. The two teams will play Friday at 4 p.m. in Bourg and Saturday at 10 a.m. in Morgan City. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Pitre tosses two-hit shutout as MCHS wins

Freshman Chris Pitre tossed a two-hit shutout, and Morgan City defeated South Terrebonne, 8-0, in District 7-4A action in Morgan City Thursday.

The Morgan City High School Lady Tiger bowling team will be looking to cap its season with a state championship when it hits the lanes Friday at the state's Final Four at the Raisin Cane's River Center in Baton Rouge. Morgan City will meet Central of Baton Rouge at 11 a.m. in a rematch of last year's finals. Morgan City team members include, front row from left, Ali Tregle, Hannah Pipes, Marissa Davis and Meghan Amador. Standing, from left, are Coach Michele LaCombe, Mackenzie Amador, Kora Reed, Kameron Patereau, Sara Sierra, Allyssa Strickland and Kyleigh Campbell. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Michele Lacombe)

MCHS Lady Tiger bowling team looking for perfect season, state title

The Morgan City High School Lady Tiger bowling team will look to cap its season with a perfect mark and a state championship when it enters semifinal play at the state’s Final Four at the Raisin Ca

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