High School Sports

ESPN interview

Jacolbi Francois, a junior at Morgan City High School, was selected as an offense and defense All-American football player and attended camp in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Saturday through Monday. Francois was one of the 20 selected among the 200 in attendance to be featured on 24/7 Sports of ESPN for a live interview. The interview aired Sunday and will replay on ESPN network. Francois is a running back on the Morgan City High School football team. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Shamika Francois)

Patterson and Central Catholic finish undefeated at 7-on-7 tourney

Central Catholic held its annual 7-on-7 tournament at its practice field Saturday. Patterson, Central Catholic and Morgan City joined four other schools in participating in the tournament. Patterson finished 5-0, while Central Catholic recorded a 4-0 mark and Morgan City, a 3-2 record. In the left photo, a Patterson participant defends a pass against Ellender. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Patterson and Central Catholic both finished undefeated, while Morgan City won three games at Central Catholic’s annual 7-on-7 Tournament Saturday.

CCHS will host annual 7-on-7 tournament Saturday

Central Catholic will host its annual 7-on-7 tournament Saturday at the school's practice field. The event will feature seven teams. In addition to the host team, other participants set to attend are Patterson, Morgan City, Franklin, Ellender, Catholic High-Pointe Coupee and South Lafourche. Above, a Central Catholic participant runs with the ball, while a Patterson player pursues during the 2013 tournament. (File Photo/Courtesy of Valerie LeBlanc)

Seven teams will converge at Central Catholic High School’s practice field Saturday for Central Catholic’s annual 7-on-7 football tournament.

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