Area LHSPA winners

Tim Hayles of Berwick finished second in Class C in the Louisiana State Singles Horseshoe Pitching Championships on Sept. 24 in Welsh. Hayles finished with a 4-2 mark and a ringer percentage of 26.3. He fell in a 40-shoe playoff with first-place finisher Mack Thibodeaux of Lake Arthur. Thibodeaux finished 5-1 with a ringer percentage of 27.5. Above, in no particular order, are Thibodeaux, Hayles and third-place finisher Charles Savoy of Jennings. Hayles wasn't the only Berwick resident to excel at the event as Ryan Fryou of Berwick won Class B with a 5-0 mark and a ringer percentage of 28. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of The Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association)

Patterson prepares for Erath, Mitchell

Patterson High School's Jaymioun Butler, left, and Irvin Celestine close in on a Central Lafourche player during week 1 of the high school season. Patterson will travel to face Erath Friday in District 8-3A action. (The Daily Review/Shea Drake)

If there’s anyone that Patterson High School knows about entering Friday’s District 8-3A contest at Erath Friday, it’s the teenager in the backfield who will be getting most of the carries.

CCHS to meet Hanson Thursday in Franklin

Central Catholic High School's Davidyione Bias carries the football in week 6 action against Highland Baptist. Central Catholic will continue district play Thursday when it travels to face Hanson Memorial. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic will travel to face Hanson Memorial Thursday in District 7-1A play.

Team Stansbury wins Atchafalaya Golf Association's Ryder Cup

The Atchafalaya Golf Association conducted itsr season-ending Ryder Cup Matches on Sept. 18. Players earned points by competing in events all year to qualify. Twenty-four player (12 per team) competed. Twenty-two of the players were chocen by point totales, while the remaining two were selected by team captains. Captains were the top two point earners. Gary Stansbury's team defeated Gippy LaCoste's team 29-25. The AGA event is modeled after the Ryder Cup Matches played every two years between the United States and Europe. Members of Team Stansbury were, seated from left, Terry Dover, David Burch, Captain Gary Stansbury and Rudy Sparks. Standing are Rob Radtke, Willie Edwards, Charlie Mayea, Bill Marin, Brian Myers, Lance Williams and Doug Streety. Not pictured is Tanner Manuel. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Atchafalaya at Idlewild)

MCJHS sixth-grade team finishes its season undefeated

The Morgan City Junior High School sixth-grade team finished its season undefeated. Team members include, seated from left, Terell Barrow, Nylon Grogan, Matthew Nugier, Jaquan Gray, Tyler Stewart, Kaleb Willis, Logan Hebert, James Richardson and Trey Delaune. On the second row are head coach/offensive coordinator Bronson Blanchard, Taylor Templet, Aiden Duck, Demarkas Dural, Dravian Morris, Tyjon Folse, Marlin Francis, Scott Turner Jr., Edjan Trim, Robert Blanchard, Rylie Lodrigue and coach Dylan Blanchard. On the back row are Jahara Howard, Jason Salgado, Janari Thomas, Jamari Tillman, Jevin Taylor, Hilton Davis, Roderick Bennet, Dekhryi Cooks, Anibal Quinones, Keegan Lang and manager Keith Daigle Jr. Not pictured are Cam’ron Sanders and assistant coach/defensive coordinator Joe Crappell.(Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Wade Gussman Photography)

Morgan City Junior High School’s sixth-grade team went 4-0 last week with a pair of wins each against Berwick and Central Catholic.


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