Patterson High School's baseball game today against Beau Chene has been rained out, while Central Catholic's has been pushed back today and moved to Houma.

Central Catholic’s Jalen Johnson shoots during the Eagles’ Class 1A Bi- district playoff victory against Christian Life Academy Friday. Central Catholic, the No. 10 seed, will hit the road today to face No. 7 seed Hamilton Christian Academy in a 6:30 p.m. contest. Hamilton Christian advanced to the second round with a 96-68 victory against No. 26 Montgomery in other first-round action Friday. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic will hit the road tonight attempting to stop an offensive juggernaut on the court in Hamilton Christian Academy. Not only is the Lake Charles-based school, the No. 7 seed in the Class 1A playoffs capable of scoring lots of points, they also are perfect in the new year.
The Franklin Fire Department responded with three units and seven personnel to a school bus and car accident on Weber Street at 4:46 p.m., Monday. Fire personnel evaluated everyone involved and there were no injuries. There were 19 students on the bus and three persons in the vehicle.

Central Catholic’s Jalen Johnson shoots during the Eagles’ Class 1A Bi- district playoff victory against Christian Life Academy Friday. Central Catholic, the No. 10 seed, will hit the road today to face No. 7 seed Hamilton Christian Academy in a 6:30 p.m. contest. Hamilton Christian advanced to the second round with a 96-68 victory against No. 26 Montgomery in other first-round action Friday. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Patterson school work

Demolition of the former office of Dr. Earl Eues on First Street in Patterson began with asbestos abatement recently by R&D Contractors in Jeanerette. The project now is in the demolition phase in anticipation of construction of the new Patterson Junior High School building, according to St. Mary Superintendent Donald Aguillard. Architect Jim Firmin continues to develop the plan for the new school, and a mechanical engineer has been contacted to look at options for cooling the existing building while the new building is under construction, Aguillard said. Meanwhile, a contractor broke ground this week on Hattie Watts Elementary’s new $1.9 million multi-purpose building. Both projects are supported by $21 million in bonds backed by a 15-mill property tax voters approved a year ago.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Demolition of the former office of Dr. Earl Eues on First Street in Patterson began with asbestos abatement recently by R&D Contractors in Jeanerette.

Vacation raffle

Tickets are on sale for the St. Mary Parish Foundation raffle of a trip for two to Rome and Florence, Italy, including airfare from Lafayette and hotel for seven nights or a Royal Caribbean cruise vacation in a VIP suite. To purchase one of the 200 tickets available at a cost of $100 each, contact Alice Pecoraro at 985-518-2575 or email alicepec@gmail.com. Here, volunteer Charlotte Wise sells a ticket to Morgan City Mayor Frank “Boo” Grizzaffi.
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Tickets are on sale for the St.

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Central Catholic’s Jalen Johnson shoots during the Eagles’ Class 1A Bi- district playoff victory against Christian Life Academy Friday. Central Catholic, the No. 10 seed, will hit the road today to face No. 7 seed Hamilton Christian Academy in a 6:30 p.m. contest. Hamilton Christian advanced to the second round with a 96-68 victory against No. 26 Montgomery in other first-round action Friday. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic will hit the road tonight attempting to stop an offensive juggernaut on the court in Hamilton Christian Academy.

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