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Football players were recognized at Morgan City High School’s fall sports banquet Monday night. Taking home top awards were, from left, Deondre Grogan, offensive most valuable player; Morrquise Charles, defensive MVP and second team all-district; Logan Tingle, Tiger award; Kerwin Francois, second team all-district; Devonta Grogan, overall MVP and second team all-district; and Xavier Mutombo, inaugural Fighting Tiger award. Earning all-district honorable mention were Harlan Francis and Ke’Sean Francois.
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Morgan City High School’s swimming team came away with awards at the school’s fall sports banquet Monday night. Honored were, from left, Kyle Ring, best newcomer — boys; Christopher Pitre, Fighting Tiger award — boys; Madeline Albritton, best newcomer — girls; Mitch Mancuso; Mallory Fontenot, captain’s award — girls; Jean’ Pat Dupuy, Michael Vining award, overall team captain and most valuable player award; and Carson Gagliano, captain’s award — boys. Leah Stockstill earned the Fighting Tiger award — girls. State medals went to Gagliano, 16th, 100 fly; Dupuy, third, 100 free and fourth, 50 free; and Gagliano, Ring, Mancuso and Dupuy, fifth, men’s 200 free relay and eighth, men’s 400 free.

Volleyball players were recognized at the Morgan City High School fall sports banquet Monday night. Taking home top awards were, from left, Mary Vincent, Baby Tiger award; Kennedy Hebert, overall most valuable player and captain’s awards; Sh’Diamond Holly, offensive MVP; Allie Vincent, defensive MVP and captain’s award; and McKenzi Smith, Fighting Tiger award.

MCHS holds fall sports banquet

Morgan City High School’s fall sports banquet was held Dec. 18 in the school's multipurpose building.
Awards were presented in football, swimming and volleyball.

Yani Johnson
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Quincee Wiggins
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Latashia Wise
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Katie Hoffpauir
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Bailee Lipari
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Taylor Picou
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District champ CCHS sweeps individual honors

The Central Catholic Eagles swept the individual All-District 6-V honors and placed three additional players on the first team.

Central Catholic High School's Yani Johnson hits the ball against the block of Metairie Park Country Day's Kelsey Dinvaut, left, and Mary Tebbe during Friday's Division V semifinal at the Pontchartrain Center. Central Catholic, Division V's No. 4 seed, fell to Division V's No. 1 seed in three sets, 25-22, 25-23, 25-22. The Lady Eagles finished their season with a 32-12 mark. Country Day won the Division V state championship Saturday with a 3-2 win (25-23, 25-18, 23-25, 23-25, 15-11) victory against No. 2 seed Louise McGehee. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)

CCHS' upset bid of No. 1 Country Day falls short

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Central Catholic High School's Yani Johnson serves during the Lady Eagles' regional round contest against False River Academy last week. The Lady Eagles will continue Division V postseason action Thursday when it faces St. John in on of four Division V quarterfinal matches at the Pontchartrain Center in Kenner. The match, which will be played on Court 3, is set for a 12:40 p.m. start. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)

CCHS to face St. John in Division V quarterfinals

Central Catholic High School will continue Division V volleyball postseason play Thursday when it faces St. John at 12:40 p.m.

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