Sports

Jones places first at Baton Rouge gymnastics meet

Madison Jones, center, participated in the Baton Rouge Gymfest Gymnastic meet to open her season recently. She captured first place all around in Level 2 compe
tition. She scored a 9.35 on the beam, a 9.35 on the uneven bars, a 9.15 on the vault and a 9.17 on floor routine. Jones is the daughter of Jovian and Shairee Jones. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Jovian Jones)

St. Mary Golf and Country Club scramble winners

St. Mary Golf & Country Club holds a nine-hole scramble tournament every Wednesday during the summer. At the end of the summer, a scramble championship is held. Competitors qualifyfor the championship by winning one
of the Wednesday scrambles. The Scramble Championship was held Oct. 29, and Blair Sampey took first place with a low gross. With Sampey, left, is St. Mary Golf & Country Club Pro/Manager Chad Ross. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)

Berwick-Bayou Vista Flag Football winners

Berwick-Bayou Vista's Flag Football League held closing ceremonies Thursday at the Berwick Civic Complex. The League's Super Bowl champs were the Tigers, who finished with an 11-0 mark. Team members include Daniel Vasquez, Madox Carline,
Rhett Ratcliff, Bryson Booty, Ian Thorguson, Ashyton Fryou, Vincent Dohmann, Henri Thorguson, Luc Leleaux, Noah Crowe and Bryson Davis. Coaches are Ronnie Ratcliff, David Thorguson, Jarvis Davis and Jerry Crowe. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)

CCHS tops Westminster Christian Academy for semifinal berth

Central Catholic High School sophomore quarterback DeDe Gant runs for a 12-yard gain during the Eagles' Division IV quarterfinal contest against Westminster Christian Academy in Morgan City Friday. Gant, along with senior Samarick Paul, filled in for
injured senior starting quarterback Blake Byrne in the Eagles' 42-27 victory. Central Catholic will advance to the semifinals where it will travel to Youngsville to face top seed and undefeated Ascension Episcopal Friday at 7 p.m. The Blue Gators
advanced to the semifinals after defeating St. Frederick, 58-35, in other quarterfinal action. This will be the second meeting of the teams this season as Ascension Episcopal edged Central Catholic, 42-41, in week 10. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic’s football team may be a battered and bruised bunch, but it keeps playing as a team and more importantly, winning.

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