Several weeks back, I focused this column on the approaching peak period for the neotropic songbird migration, hoping to encourage readers to get out and do a little nature viewing.
Screaming Eagles Taekwondo Academy competed in the Pama Spring Invitational Taekwondo Championship April 1, in Chauvin. Competitors included, kneeling from left, Cooper Lagarde (third in forms and first in sparring), Kelly Aguilar (third in forms and second in sparring) and Aaron Verdin (third in forms and first in sparring). On the second row are Brian Ladday (first in forms and third in sparring), Jayden Ward (third in forms and sparring), Chance Bourgeois (first in forms and second in sparring) and Peyton Carbin (first in forms and third in sparring). On the third row are head instructor Grey White, Brock Bergeron (third in forms), Eddie Gray (third in forms and first in sparring) and Jude Bergeron (second in forms). (Submitted Photo)
May 2 – Week 30
Smooth Operators 67½ 52½
Gutter Gals 58½ 61½
Frank’s Agency 58 62
SULPHUR — Not enough timely hitting, coupled with a big sixth inning for South Beauregard doomed the Berwick Panthers as their season came to an end with a 6-1 loss in the Class 3A semifinals Thurs
Central Catholic High School's Samarick Paul catches a ball in the outfield during the Eagles' Division IV semifinal win against Ascension Catholic Wednesday at McMurry Park in Sulphur. The Eagles will look to cap their season with back-to-back state titles when they play for the inaugural Division IV crown Friday at 7 p.m. on Field 37 at McMurry Park in Sulphur.
SULPHUR — Central Catholic High School will look to conclude its 2017 with a state championship when it takes on District 7-1A foe Ascension Episcopal Friday at 7 p.m.