High School Sports

Opelousas girls, boys win Foster-Perry Relays titles

HANSON’S ROYCE NORTON sails over bar in the high jump competition in the 33rd annual Foster/Perry Relays at the Coach Albert Perry Track at J. C. Dry Stadium on the FSHS campus. Norton finished in a tie for first place with Franklin’s Irving Collins in the high jump event.

After the 2015 Foster-Perry Relays were treated to an inspiring opening ceremonies, the Opelouas High School girls and boys collected titles Friday at J. C. Dry Stadium.

Central Catholic blanks Hanson 2-0

Central Catholic High School’s Halley Romero throws back into the infield during
the Lady Eagles’ contest against Hanson Thursday. Central Catholic won 2-0 in a battle of top 10 teams, according to the latest unofficial Louisiana High School Athletic Association Class 1A power rankings. Central Catholic is ranked No. 1 and Hanson, No. 7. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Central Catholic Lady Eagles shut out Hanson 2-0 in District 7-1A softball action in Bayou Vista Thursday.

CCHS wins two at E.D. White tourney; Tigers top New Iberia

Central Catholic pitcher Greg Leger, during action last week against Redemptorist, tossed a complete game and fanned nine during the Eagles’ 3-0 victory against Thibodaux at E.D. White’s tournament Thursday. The Eagles also defeated South Lafourche, 9-6. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Brandi Guessfeld Mire)

Central Catholic won two games at E.D. White’s tournament Thursday with a 3-0 win against Thibodaux and a 9-6 victory against South Lafourche.

Fryou headed to LSUA for baseball

Morgan City High School’s Brady Fryou has signed to continue his baseball career at LSUA. He held a signing ceremony Wednesday at Morgan City. Seated from left, are his parents, Mark Fryou and Niki Fryou, Brady Fryou,
and his grandparents, Lois Fryou and Lester Fryou. Standing, from left, are Morgan City High School Athletic Director Scott Tregle, friends Lydia Tramonte and Abram Hartley, Morgan City head baseball coach Tim Vidos, his brother,
Rhett Fryou; friend, Philip Hutchinson; and his travel ball coach, Lanc Crochet of South Louisiana Select Baseball. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City High School’s Brady Fryou will continue his baseball career on the collegiate level as he has signed with LSU of Alexandria.

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