High School Sports

Lady Panthers feature depth, talented youth

The 2014 Berwick High School volleyball team includes, seated from left, Abigail Askew, Hannah Marcantel, Hannah Carpenter and Rennen Delatte. Kneeling, from left, are Brittany Roberie, Anna Armato, Morgan Romero, Jordan Lipari, Kylie Henson, Emma Hover, Leah Domangue, Hannah Henry and Rosalyn Gros. Standing, from left, are Makayla Melendez, Maci Wiggins, Mary Jordan Melancon, Madelyn Gros, Ashton Morales, manager Tyler Lambert, Sydney Aucoin, Jaci Arnold, Payton Suire, Cate Koen, Madelyn Hover and Mary Catherine Reggie. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Depth and talented youth are two things the Berwick Lady Panthers will have on their side entering the 2014 season.

Teams, officials prep for season at officials’ clinic

Central Catholic and Patterson both participated in the Louisiana High School Officials Association Officials Clinic at E.D. White’s Harvey Peltier Stadium in Thibodaux Friday. Central Catholic faced Covenant Christian and came away with a 7-0 win, while Patterson defeated Thibodaux 14-7. The clinic is used as a teaching tool for high school officials, who received both on-field and postgame instruction from representatives of college conferences such as the SEC and the ACC. In the left photo, Central Catholic’s Jalen Johnson hauls in a pass. (The Daily Review/Photo by Geoff Stoute)

Teams and referees alike both got some preseason work in at the Louisiana High School Officials Association Officials Clinic Friday at Harvey Peltier Stadium at E.D. White High School.

CCHS works in full gear at practice Thursday

The Central Catholic Eagles, like the rest of the prep football teams across the state, were allowed to put on full gear for the first time this fall Thursday as teams continue their fall preps for their season. The Eagles, who are under new head coach Tommy Minton, finished its 2013 season with a 5-7 mark, falling to eventual state champion and district foe Vermilion Catholic 34-0 in the regional round of the Division IV state playoffs. The Eagles’ preseason work this fall will begin at 4 p.m. today when it takes on Covenant Christian in the Louisiana High School Officials Clinic. The team will host Ellender Aug. 21 at 5:30 p.m. in a scrimmage at the Central Catholic practice field, before participating in the innaugural Kiwanis Select Jamboree at Teurlings Catholic High School Aug. 29 against Sacred Heart. Central Catholic will open its season Sept. 5 at Loreauville in a 7 p.m. contest. (The Daily Review/Photos by Geoff Stoute)

Panthers are working their way through preseason practice

The Berwick Panthers are practicing in preparation for their 2014 season. The squad is coming off a 2-8 mark a year ago. Berwick will host Morgan City Aug. 22 at 6 p.m. at Geisler Stadium. The Panthers then will face Convenant Christian in the Morgan City High School Jamboree Aug. 29 at 6 p.m. before opening their season Sept. 5 at Delcambre at 7 p.m. The photos are action from Wednesday’s practice. (The Daily Review/Photos by Geoff Stoute)

CCHS volleyball team will feature youth

The Central Catholic volleyball team is continuing preparations for its 2014 season, the second under head coach Latashia Wise. The Lady Eagles finished the 2013 season with a 29-14 record and a Division 5 state semifinal berth before falling to eventual state champion Metairie Park Country Day. This year’s squad will feature youth. Central Catholic will participate in preseason scrimmages against E.D. White and Morgan City at Morgan City on Tuesday as well as preseason action the road, facing Vandebilt Catholic and Terrebonne on Aug. 21. The Lady Eagles then will participate in the Morgan City Jamboree on Aug. 28 before beginning their season on the road Sept. 2 against Ascension Catholic. These photos are action from Wednesday’s practice. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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