The Morgan City volleyball varsity and junior varsity volleyball team consists of, seated, from left, Emily Boudreaux, Hannah Gros, Katelyn Gautreaux, Kaitlyn Gros and Brandi Albarado. Kneeling, from left, are Kennedy Hebert, Paige Loftin, Faith Crappell, Abby Reynaud, Twanna LeBeau and Alllie Vincent. Standing, from left, are Cecily Feliciano, Karley Guidry, Brandi Ingram, Jaiveianna Jones, Alexandra Thompson and Dwanna LeBeau. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Wade Gussman Photography)

The Morgan City Lady Tigers will be going through a rebuilding phase this year as the squad must replace five of their six starters from a year ago.

Kara Klahn and Noah Johnson were enjoying the carnival rides on Sunday at the festival.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

The weather may have dampened the festival Saturday, but festival goers made up for the day they missed on Sunday, organizers say. “Saturday was a washout. Sunday was awesome. Last night, the park was packed and for most of the day,” Lee Delaune, Louisiana Shrimp & Petroleum Festival director, said.

Central Catholic High School shut out Sacred Heart of Ville Platte, 14-0, at the Kiwanis Club of Lafayette’s jamboree Friday. Above, Central Catholic’s Stefano Guarisco stops Sacred Heart’s Caleb Soileau. Guarisco was named Central Catholic’s Most Valuable Player by the jamboree after scoring two touchdowns on offense, while rushing for 66 yards and recording 48 yards receiving. On defense, he also recorded two interceptions. (The Daily Review/Courtney Long)

Central Catholic cashed in on Sacred Heart of Ville Platte turnovers en route to a 14-0 win in the finale of three games at the Kiwanis Club of Lafayette’s jamboree at Teurlings Catholic Friday.

The Morgan City volleyball varsity and junior varsity volleyball team consists of, seated, from left, Emily Boudreaux, Hannah Gros, Katelyn Gautreaux, Kaitlyn Gros and Brandi Albarado. Kneeling, from left, are Kennedy Hebert, Paige Loftin, Faith Crappell, Abby Reynaud, Twanna LeBeau and Alllie Vincent. Standing, from left, are Cecily Feliciano, Karley Guidry, Brandi Ingram, Jaiveianna Jones, Alexandra Thompson and Dwanna LeBeau. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Wade Gussman Photography)

Kara Klahn and Noah Johnson were enjoying the carnival rides on Sunday at the festival.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Central Catholic High School shut out Sacred Heart of Ville Platte, 14-0, at the Kiwanis Club of Lafayette’s jamboree Friday. Above, Central Catholic’s Stefano Guarisco stops Sacred Heart’s Caleb Soileau. Guarisco was named Central Catholic’s Most Valuable Player by the jamboree after scoring two touchdowns on offense, while rushing for 66 yards and recording 48 yards receiving. On defense, he also recorded two interceptions. (The Daily Review/Courtney Long)

Shrimp & Petroleum Festival kicks off

Wilma Sallee was unloading her trailer under the bridge on Wednesday for the 79th Shrimp and Petroleum Festival. Signs Four Design is one of the 185 vendors that will be participating in the arts and crafts show. The festival opens at 5 p.m. today and runs through Monday.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

The 79th Annual Louisiana Shrimp & Petroleum Festival kicks off today in Morgan City.

Late registration for TDT-V

Joe Geisinger of Austin, Texas, and Mike Dey of Schertz, Texas, beach their USCA C2 racing canoe at Franklin after the 59-mile slog from St. Martinville on the second day of Tour du Teche IV in 2013. (Ron J. Berard/Tour du Teche)

Tour du Teche V, marathon races for kayaks, canoes, paddle boards and pirogues, begins Friday, Oct. 3, at Port Barre, La.

Dr. Walter Daniels recognized at Teche Regional Medical Center

Teche Regional Medical Center presented Dr. Walter Daniels a plaque on Tuesday for his dedication to the medical profession and service to the community. Daniels is retiring. Those present were Cheryl Vellion, surgery; Joy Burns, human resources; Julie Domino, physician liaison; Patti Givens, medical staff coordinator; Tabby Lipari, women services director; Raymond Pisani, cardiopulmonary director; Butch Frazier, Teche Regional CEO; Daniels; John Ditch, behavior health director; Mary Loupe, case management; Ken Ekiss, pharmacy director; Holly Gaudet, clinical informatics coordinator; Don Kight, assistant administrator; and Sabrina Roy, marketing director.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Teche Regional Medical Center presented Dr. Walter Daniels a plaque on Tuesday for his dedication to the medical profession and service to the community.

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The Morgan City volleyball varsity and junior varsity volleyball team consists of, seated, from left, Emily Boudreaux, Hannah Gros, Katelyn Gautreaux, Kaitlyn Gros and Brandi Albarado. Kneeling, from left, are Kennedy Hebert, Paige Loftin, Faith Crappell, Abby Reynaud, Twanna LeBeau and Alllie Vincent. Standing, from left, are Cecily Feliciano, Karley Guidry, Brandi Ingram, Jaiveianna Jones, Alexandra Thompson and Dwanna LeBeau. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Wade Gussman Photography)

The Morgan City Lady Tigers will be going through a rebuilding phase this year as the squad must replace five of their six starters from a year ago.

Lifestyle

Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jensen
--Catherine Guidry Photography

Katie Nicole Davis and Tyler Mathew Jensen were united in matrimony June 28 during a 7 p.m. double-ring ceremony at St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans. The Rev. Jay Baker officiated.

Obituaries

Gerald “Jeppy” Romero

November 18, 1933 — August 29, 2014
Gerald “Jeppy” Romero, a resident of Bayou Vista, earned his heavenly reward on Aug. 29, 2014, at the age of 80.

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