High School Sports
Berwick will return to action Friday when it hosts KIPP Renaissance for homecoming. The game will mark the second year in a row the Panthers will play KIPP for homecoming. A year ago, the Panthers’ defeated the New Orleans-based school 7-0. Above, Berwick assistant coach Paul Gilder gives instruction to Panther football players during last week’s loss to Hanson Memorial. With Gilder, from left, are Blake Bergeron, Dylan Toups, Brodi Mire and Ronald Barrow. (The Daily Review/Photo by Jean McCorkle)
The Berwick Panthers will be looking for their second consecutive homecoming win against KIPP Renaissance Friday at Geisler Stadium.
The Patterson Lumberjacks will return home this week after two straight road games. The Lumberjacks, who are 0-3 on the season, will host Class 4A Vandebilt Catholic Friday. Above, Patterson quarterback Sirbatian Charles fights for yardage against Catholic High during last week’s 28-25 loss to
Patterson hopes to avoid a slow start after falling behind for the third game in a row.
The Morgan City High School football team will continue its nondistrict schedule Friday when it hosts Class 3A Livonia. The Wildcats come to
Morgan City a year after a state-runner up finish in Class 3A. Morgan City enters Friday’s game after snapping a 17-game losing streak a week ago with a 48-12 win against West St. Mary. Above, Morgan City junior Jacolbi Francois
runs against West St. Mary. Francois, who rushed for 103 yards, was one of two Tigers to finish with 100 yards rushing along with senior Kevon Marsh, who had 118 yards.
The Morgan City High School football team entered this week doing something they haven’t done in the last 17 previous regular season chances: coming off a victory.