BOSSIER CITY (AP) — The U.S.
Nicholls is doing more than winning conference championships in various sports.
The Colonels Athletic Department is working to upgrade facilities.
Central Catholic High School Volleyball Coach Latashia Wise was recognized during Wednesday's sports awards ceremony for achieving her 200th career coaching victory this season. With Wise, second from left, are, from left, grandmother, Rometta Wise, her sister, Lashae Tyler and her mother, Karen Tyler. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Casie Callais)
Central Catholic High School volleyball athletic award winners, recognized during Wednesday's awards ceremony were, front row from left, Rayne Hotard, Emma Simmons, Symone Wiggins and Rachel Rogers. On the back row are Katie Hoffpauir, Brooke Lipari, Lexi Landry, Caroline Green, Ava Nicar, Terre'yan Johnson and Bailee Lipari. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Central Catholic High School volleyball academic award winners were, front row from left, Katie Hoffpauir, Brooke Lipari, Rayne Hotard, Emma Simmons, Emily Price, Symone Wiggins, Katie Luc, Rachel Rogers and Ellise Hidalgo. On the back row are Lexi Landry, Caroline Green, Sydney Williams, Caitlyn Picou, Ava Nicar, Kennedy Grizzaffi and Bailee LIpari. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Central Catholic High School football athletic award winners recognized during Wednesday's awards ceremony were, kneeling from left, Hugh Hamer, Brooks Thomas, Bryce Grizzaffi, John Charles Hebert, Aiden Dehart, Ryan Miller, Khyrie Willis, Hunter Daigle, Philip Guarisco and Grant Stansbury. On the back row are Dakota Lux, Nathan Hebb, Michael-Anthony Hill, Cade Booty, Caleb Menina, Grant Cheramie, Austin Ganaway, Parker Nelson and Dede Gant. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Central Catholic football academic award winners were, kneeling from left, Hugh Hamer, Ross Thomas, Brooks Thomas, John Charles Hebert, Grant Stansbury, Ryan Miller, Carter Williams, Drew Rock and Elijah Brown. On the back row are Freddie Calloway, Dakota Lux, Nathan Hebb, Michael-Anthony Hill, Taylor Blanchard, Cade Booty, Caleb Menina, Grant Cheramie, Dylan Cornes, Drayton Keller, Dede Gant and Angelo Viscardi. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Central Catholic High School honored its volleyball and football teams for their athletic and academic achievements during an awards ceremony at the school Wednesday.
University of New Orleans head volleyball coach Millicent Van Norden announced the signing of Sh’Diamond Holly, Nia St. Cyr, Isabelle Fuell, Trinity Jackson and Hannah Volpi.
Morgan City High School's Sh'Diamond Holly signed with the University of New Orleans on Nov. 16 to continue her volleyball career. Holly was a three-time first-team all-district volleyball player for the Lady Tigers who helped lead the school to its first quarterfinal appearence in 10 years this past season. She also participated in the Louisiana Volleyball Coaches Association All-Star Game as a member of the West squad following her senior season. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Morgan City High School)
Morgan City High School volleyball standout Sh’Diamond Holly recently signed with the University of New Orleans to continue her playing career.