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Central Catholic High School's Gregory Leger releases a pitch during Tuesday's Division IV quarterfinal contest against Ascension Christian. Central Catholic won, 7-1, to advance to its sixth straight semifinal. Leger tossed a two-hitter with five strikeouts. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

CCHS advances to sixth straight semifinal with 7-1 win

With his team down 1-0 heading to the bottom of the fourth in Tuesday’s Division IV quarterfinal contest, Central Catholic Coach Tyler Jensen gathered his top-seeded squad before their at bat and s

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Morgan City High School recognized its girls bowling team, which finished its season as state runner-up, during the school's spring sports awards ceremony Monday. From left are Kameron Patereau, Meghan Amador and Ali Tregle. On the back row are Hannah Pipes, Marissa Davis, Kyleigh Campbell, Sara Sierra, Mackenzie Amador. Not pictured is Alyssa Strickland. Pipes, Meghan Amador, Davis and Tregle each received the Fighting Tiger Award. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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The Morgan City High School boys basketball team was recognized at the school's spring awards ceremony Monday. Award winners include, from left, Deondre Grogan, Most Improved; Makye Richard, MVP; and Morrquise Charles, Tiger Tradition. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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Among the sports recognized at Morgan City High School's spring sports award ceremony was baseball. Award winners included, kneeling from left, Chris Pitre, Fighting Tiger; Ethan Scioneaux, Best Pitcher; and Ross Albritton, most improved. Standing, are Morrquise Charles, best hitter; Alex Brocato, Captain; and Josh Lorenzo, Best Fielder. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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The Morgan City High School boys bowling team was recognized during Monday's spring sports awards ceremony. Award recipients included, from left, Trevor Tong, Jason Myers, Jayson Hidalgo and Hau Vo. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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The Morgan City High School softball team was recognized during the school's award ceremony. Award winners included, from left, Madalyn Hebert, Most Improved; Scottie Metrejean, Dynamic Duo; Kennedy Hebert, Dynamic Duo; and Hannah Praddo, Fighting Tiger. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

MCHS athletes in spring sports honored

Morgan City High School honored its athletes in its spring sports Monday at Morgan City High School.

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Berwick High School's Kyle Pitre attempts to avoid a tag by Patterson's Noah Bryant during Saturday's secnd game of the Clzss 3A baseball regional round series between Berwick and Patterson in Berwick. Berwick won the series by taking the first two games by scores of 6-1 Friday and 7-1 Saturday. Berwick will host Buckeye this weekend in a quarterfinal series. Game 1 is set for Friday at 6 p.m. while Game two is Saturday at 2 p.m. A third game, if necessary, will be played Saturday at 5 p.m. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Berwick eliminates Patterson in two games

Berwick overpowered Patterson late in both games of the Class 3A, best-of-three, regional round playoff series in Berwick to advance to its first quarterfinal since the 2007 season.

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Spring training

The Franklin Senior High football team opened spring training drills last week. On Monday afternoon, the FSHS Hornets went through blocking drills at J. C. Dry Stadium.



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