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The Patterson 6U Co-ed All-Star team is, kneeling from left, Brody Fontenot, Quintin
Francis, Jaron Scully, Brayden Espinal, Myles Mouton, Reese Burgess and Brad Trevino.
On the middle row are Khyler Butler, Jade Sigue, Morenze Culpepper, Graham Rideaux,
Mason Blanco and Aaron Cage. On the back row are assistant coaches Jade Sigue and
Spanky Blanco, head coach Coty Fontenot and assistant coach Brandon Trevino. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Ashley Dinger)

The Patterson 8U Cal Ripken Baseball All-Star team is, kneeling from left, Zack Sons,
Trey Rochel, Brody Swisher, Kohen Bonin and Tate Mouton. On the middle row are
Carlon Butler, Hayden Walker, Traye Richardson, Kane Chaisson, Luke Domingue,
Brilyn Johnson and Jadyn Hillebrandt. On the back row are assistant coaches Benji
Sons and Locky Bonin, head coach Mike Dinger and assistant coach Glenn Rochel. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Ashley Dinger)

The Morgan City Recreation Department's 7-and-8-year-old All-Star team is,
kneeling from left, Hayden Ladner, Noah Pickens, Jett Lodrigue, Baylor Allen,
Christopher Tran and Parker Burnett. On the middle row, are Jayden Coleman,
Hayden Norris, Jamarion Parker, Austen Gros, Parker Gros and Jadyn Gibson.
On the back row are assistant coaches Sam Allen and Brandon Gros, head
coach Mike Pickens and assistant coach Justin Gros. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The St. Mary Central 7-and-8-year-old All-Star team is, kneeling from left, Blake
Blanchard, Nathan Theriot, Jax Clements and Leo Loupe. On the middle row,
from left, are Justin Wiggins, Hanno Griffth, Justin Brown, Joseph Williams, Lynkon
Kitchen, Brayden Gautreaux and DJ Griffin. On the back row are coaches
Brent Blanchard, Scott Theriot, Devin Clements and Chris Loupe. Not pictured
is Eli Vining. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Brian Thorguson)

All-Star baseball tournament action to begin locally Friday

The Tri-City area will host the Cal Ripken State Baseball Tournament for ages 6U-8U this weekend along with two district tournaments.

The Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association held its annual meeting and banquet May 12. Allen Price Memorial Award winners as team champions were "Thrown Together." Team members are Steve Buckner, Dustin Fuselier, Tamara Aucoin, Rick Sartwell and Seth Hebert. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Patrick Lemoine, above, was a winner of the Leo Morvant Memorial Award, along with Taylor Brocato, at the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Tournament. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Anthony Falgout Jr. was awarded the Mike Duke Memorial Award as singles champion at the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Tournament. He also was recognized as the 700 Club Tournament Champion. Falgout was this year's league Bowler of the Year, too. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Kenny Keton received the Roland Crappell Memorial Award as the All-Events Scratch Champion and City Champion and he received the Bobby Froreich Memorial Award as the All-Events Handicap Champion. All awards were from the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Tournament. He recorded a 2,161 scratch in all events, a 240 average for nine games and a 767 series to win the Roland Crappell Memorial Award. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association Awards

The Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association held its annual meeting and awards banquet May 12

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