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Central Catholic pitcher Blake Hidalgo, in action last week against Hanson Memorial, was the pitcher of record Monday in Central Catholic's 3-1 victory against Division 1 Jesuit High School in Metairie as he pitched a two-hitter. Hidalgo nearly had a no-hitter as he held the Blue Jays hitless until the home team strung together two hits with two outs in the bottom of the seventh. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

CCHS shocks Jesuit, 3-1

Central Catholic extended its winning streak to nine games with a bigtime victory Monday as the Eagles defeated Division 1 power Jesuit High School, 3-1, in Metairie.

The Morgan City Recreation Deparment held opening ceremonies for its youth baseball program April 8. Above is opening-day action from one of the games that followed opening ceremonies. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Karhi Matherne)

Dragna Brothers edges Offshore Hammers, 5-4, Monday

Dragna Brothers edged Offshore Hammers, 5-4, in Morgan City Recreation Department Dixie League baseball action Monday at Complex Park.

Fu Chane Taekwondo of Patterson recently competed in Chauvin in the 2017 PAMA Spring Taekwondo Tournament. In the top photo is Dy'man Chaney, who won gold in sparring and forms. Above, are more local winners: Dmyri Chaney, bronze in forms; Alaina Chaney, gold in forms; Quavonte Verdun, silver in sparring and forms; and Jadyn Chaney, gold in forms and silver in sparring. Not pictured is Brennen Lightfoot, who won silver in sparring and bronze in forms. (Submitted Photos/Courtesy of Alphonso Chanel)

Fu Chane Taekwondo attends 2017 PAMA Spring Taekwondo Tournament

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Morgan City High School's Kennedy Hebert releases a pitch during Saturday's Class 4A first-round contest against Pearl River in Morgan City. Hebert tossed a no-hitter with 13 strikeouts. With the win, Morgan City improves to 24-3 and will paly later this week in second-round action against a yet-to-be-determined opponent. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Hebert no-hits Pearl River as MCHS wins 9-0

Morgan City High School pitcher Kennedy Hebert tossed a no-hitter, and the team’s offense scored at least a run in every at bat as No. 3 Morgan City defeated No.

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