Morgan City High School

MCHS tennis team competes at state

The Morgan City High School Tennis team concluded its season Monday at the Division II state tennis tournament
in Monroe. Team members competing included, from left, Niki Ring, Harleigh Price, Krystina Pitre and Bailee Hoggatt. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Kelly Jo Aucoin)

Morgan City High School had four members of its tennis team in action at the Division II state meet including a singles’ competitor who advanced to the quarterfinals.

Crowley escapes MCHS upset bid, 8-7, in 9 innings

Morgan City High School’s Abram Hartley slides into home plate during regular season action against Madison Prep. Morgan City, the No. 22 seed in the Class 4A playoffs, fell in the first-round to No. 11 seed Crowley, 8-7 in nine innings Monday at Crowley. Morgan City finishes its season with a 13-16 overall mark. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Crowley High School stayed alive with a rally in the bottom of the seventh to force extra innings and avoided Morgan City’s upset bid by scoring a run in the ninth for an 8-7 victory in Class 4A fi

MCHS to face Crowley today

Morgan City High School’s Trey Derouen, right, replaces Philip Hutchinson on the base paths during regular season action
against Madison Prep. Morgan City is back in the Class 4A playoffs as a No. 22 seed after a one-year hiatus. The Tigers
will travel today to face Crowley in a 7 p.m. contest at Miller Field. Crowley is the No. 11 seed. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

After a one-year hiatus, Morgan City High School is back in the Class 4A postseason.
The first task for the No. 22 seeded Tigers? Defeating No. 11 Crowley High.

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