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CCHS edges Patterson, 48-45

Central Catholic's Ja'len Johnson converts a layup, while Patterson's Jordan Butler defends during Thursday's contest against Patterson at the Patterson's tournament. Central Catholic defeated Patterson, 48-45. Central Catholic will return to action today in the tournament with a 3:30 p.m. contest against St. Martinville, while Patterson will face Jeanerette at 6:30 p.m. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic edged Patterson, 48-45, in the nightcap of day 1 action at Patterson High School’s basketball tournament Thursday.

MCHS falls to HLB, 39-31

Berwick High School's Jordan Lipari dribbles, while Central Catholic's Ava Nicar defends during action last week. Berwick snapped a 21-game losing streak in girls basketball Wednesday with a 22-17 victory against West St. Mary at Hanson's tournament. Berwick will return to action today at 6:30 p.m. when it opens District 8-3A play at home against E.D. White. (The Daily Review/Diane Miller Fears)

Morgan City High School’s girls’ basketball team fell to H.L. Bourgeois, 39-31, in Morgan City Wednesday.

CCHS duo signs with Texas JUCO

Central Catholic High School standout Drake Angeron signed a national letter of intent Tuesday to play collegiate baseball at Wharton County Junior College in Texas. Seated from left are Sylvia Williams, grandmother; Jenny Williams, mother; Angeron; David
Angeron, father; and Skipper Williams, grandfather. Standing are Dru Williams, sister; Tommy Minton, Central Catholic head football coach; Tyler Jensen, Central Catholic head baseball coach; and Ree Case, Central Catholic athletic director. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)

Central Catholic standouts Drake Angeron and Greg Leger got the stress of recruiting out of the way before their senior seasons, signing national letters of intent to play collegiate baseball at Wh

MCHS holds off Hahnville

Morgan City High School's Jared Singleton dribbles while a Hahnville player defends during Tuesday's contest
in Morgan City. The Tigers held off Hahnville for a 77-74 victory. Singleton had six points. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City High School jumped out to a big lead early and held off Hahnville late for a 77-74 win in Morgan City’s home opener Tuesday.

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