The Tri-City Area will be represented Saturday at the stat’s all-star volleyball game in New Orleans as Morgan City’s Sh’Diamond Holly and Central Catholic’s Brooks Lipari each will compete as memb
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Central Catholic High School's Bryce Grizzaffi signed his national letter of intent to continue his baseball career at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond during a ceremony at Central Catholic High School Wednesday. Seated, from left, are Earline Grizzaffi, grandmother; Mia Grizzaffi, sister; Ronnie Grizzaffi, father; Bryce Grizzaffi; Amber Taylor, mother; and Peggy Baker, grandmother. Standing, are Central Catholic assistant baseball coaches Trey Smith and Gary Hebert, Central Catholic head baseball coach Tyler Jensen and Central Catholic assistant baseball coach Larry Lombardo. Grizzaffi is one of three area baseball standouts to sign scholarships Wednesday, joining Berwick's Mitchell Sanford (LSU) and Berwick's Zeph Hoffpauir (ULL). (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Central Catholic High School senior Bryce Grizzaffi fulfilled a dream of his when he signed his college baseball scholarship Wednesday at the school to continue his career at Southeastern Louisiana
Tri-City Area swim teams will conclude their seasons at the Allstate Sugar Bowl/Louisiana High School Athletic Association State Swim Meet at SPAR Aquatic Center in Sulphur this week. Berwick will lead the area with the largest contingent of qualifiers. Participating swimmers are, front row from left, Alyssa Gray, Megan Soileau, Maya McGinnis, Madison Carline, Kaylee Percle, Randi Joubert and Gracie Bazar. On the middle row, are Zachary Campbell, Carson LeBlanc and Coach B.J. Castaneda. On the back row are Zane Soileau, Ty Kapp, Samantha Kinchen, Shayne Berger, Grace Campbell, Landon Broussard and Jace Templet. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Berwick High School)
Tri-City Area prep swimming teams will conclude their seasons this week at the Allstate Sugar Bowl/Louisiana High School Athletic Association State Swim Meet at SPAR Aquatic Center in Sulphur.
Central Catholic High School's Caroline Green hits the ball over the net during Friday's Division V state semifinal contest against Ascension Episcopal at the Pontchartrain Center in Kenner. Green had 16 kills and five blocks, but the No. 3 seed Lady Eagles fell in five sets by scores of 25-16, 14-25, 25-23, 23-25, 15-11. Central Catholic finished its season with a 36-9 mark. No. 2 Ascension Episcopal fell in Saturday's finals to top-ranked Metairie Park Country Day. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)
No. 3 Central Catholic and No.
Central Catholic High School's Davidyione Bias carries the football during earlier-season action against Hanson Memorial. Bias rushed for 133 yards on 18 carries with two touchdowns Friday in the No. 8 Eagles' 49-28 Division IV first-round playoff loss to No. 9 Ouachita Christian. (The Daily Review/Bill Decker)
Two special teams miscues put No. 8 Central Catholic in a hole the Eagles couldn’t escape in the opening round of the Division IV football playoffs Friday at Nicholls State University.