High School Sports

Berwick wins; Morgan City falls in Thursday night action

The Berwick High School Panthers, led by, from left, Cooper Roussel, Trenton Hebert and Orry Arcemont, run to their sideline prior to their District 8-3A game against Patterson Thursday in Berwick. Berwick snapped a 20-year losing streak to Patterson with a 42-35 victory. Look for more in Friday's newspaper as well as here at www.stmarynow.com. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)

Berwick High School did something Thursday night its hasn't done in 20 years: Beat Patterson.

CCHS Eagles prepping for Griffin, Highland Baptist

Central Catholic's Cade Minto, left, and Ja'len Johnson celebrate after Johnson returned an interception for a touchdown against Lafayette Christian
earlier this season. Central Catholic will continue District 7-1A play Friday when it travels to face Highland Baptist in New Iberia in a 7 p.m. contest. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic will be traveling Friday to face a Highland Baptist team that has become more productive after making some changes to its offense.

Panthers, 'Jacks to meet Thursday in Berwick

Berwick High School's Mitchell Sanford and the rest of the Panthers will look to bounce back against Patterson Thursday when the teams meet in Berwick in District
8-3A action. While its been years since Berwick has beaten Patterson in football, the Panthers enter Thursday's contest with an 4-1 overall mark, while Patterson is 0-5. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Berwick and Patterson seek consistency in Thursday’s District 8-3A showdown at Berwick.


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