High School Sports

CCHS will host Lafayette Christian Thursday

Central Catholic High School will return to action Thursday when it hosts Lafayette
Christian in District 7-1A action. The Eagles will welcome back quarterback Blake Byrne, who sat out last week’s win against Ascension Episcopal due to an injury. Above, Byrne runs against Hanson while also pictured is teammate Stefano Guarisco. (The Daily Review/Michelle Blanc)

The Central Catholic Eagles will continue District 7-1A action this week when they host Lafayette Christian Academy Thursday.

'Jills defeat Donaldsonville in four games on Tuesday

Patterson High School defeated Donalsonville High School in four games Tuesday in District 6-III action at Patterson. Above, from left, Patterson’s Jazmin Evans, Makayla Ruiz and Gaylen Grogan prepare to play defense during Tuesday’s
contest. (The Daily Review/Photo by Geoff Stoute)

The Patterson Lumberjills won their seventh straight contest with a 3-1 (25-7, 22-25, 25-16, 25-21) victory against Donaldsonville in District 6-III action Tuesday.

CCHS falls to Cabrini

The Patterson Lumberjills finished 6-0 at New Iberia’s tournament this weekend for a first-place finish. The Lumberjills defeated Northside, Delcambre two times, Thibodaux, Cecilia and Byrd. Above, the Lumberjills pose with their trophy. They will return to action today when they host Donaldsonville in their final home game of the regular season. (Submitted Photo)

Central Catholic fell to Cabrini 3-0 (25-16, 25-13, 25-18) in nondistrict volleyball action Monday.

Pink Marathon

Morgan City High School hosted Berwick in its annual “Paint the Pink” game Tuesday. Berwick topped Morgan City 3-2 (25-16, 15-25, 25-14, 20-25, 15-12) in the five-set marathon. At the Paint the Pit Pink game, monies also were raised for local patients who are suffering from cancer. Both teams also had honorary servers for the game. In the left photo, Rose Koen, grandmother of Cate Koen, left, completes the honorary serve for Berwick prior to the varsity game. Rose Koen has been cancer free for 34 years, according to Berwick head coach Heather Blanchard. (The Daily Review/Photos by Geoff Stoute)

The Morgan City Lady Tigers took the Berwick Lady Panthers to five games and tried to stage a late-game rally in the final set, but Berwick prevailed 3-2 (25-16, 15-25, 25-14, 20-25, 15-12).

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