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Screaming Eagles Taekwondo Academy attends tournament

Screaming Eagles Taekwondo Academy competed in the Moon College Taekwondo Tournament in New Orleans on Nov. 5. On the front row is Aaron Verdun (silver in sparring and bronze in forms). On the middle row are Chance Bourgeois (bronze in sparring and silver in forms), Peyton Carbins (bronze in spar
ring and forms) and Cooper Lagarde (bronze in forms). On the third row are instructor Grey White, Brock Bergeron (silver in sparring and forms), Eddie Gray (gold in sparring and forms) and Jude Bergeron (silver in forms).
(Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Screaming Eagles Taekwondo Academy)

Horseshoe tourney results

Doubles for Dollars Horseshoe Tournament
Kemper Williams Park
Patterson, Patterson, Nov. 19
Tournament Format – 50 shoe, 90 percent handicap, count all. Top 2 teams in each bracket advances to round robin championship round.
Purple Class
Team Hometown Won/Loss Ringer %
1st Place Tim Gilmore Bayou Vista 5 –3 45.6
Jimmy Percle Morgan City
2nd Place Wanda Lantz Harahan 4 – 5 38.0
Linda Dodson Morgan City
3rd Place Pat Pertuit Marrero 2 – 3 29.5
Greg Comeaux Centerville

Gold Class
1st Place Al Dodson Morgan City 10 – 0 41.6
Mary Chrismer Harahan
2nd Place Mary Begnaud Lacassine 8 – 2 33.2
Gil Gerard Harahan
3rd Place Edie Corso Destrahan 5 -2 28.4
Mike Fonseca Harahan
Championship Round
1st Place Al Dodson 3 – 0
Mary Chrismer
2nd Place Mary Begnaud 2 – 1
Gil Gerard
3rd Place Wanda lantz 1 – 2
Linda Dodson
4th Place Tim Gilmore 0 – 3
Jimmy Percle
Team A. Dodson/Chrismer was crowned Tournament Champions

Patterson edges CCHS, 34-32

Patterson High School's Makayla Ruiz dribbles down court while defended by Central Catholic's Jalaysia Bertran during the teams' contest at
Patterson Thursday. Patterson held on for the win after a big fourth quarter by Central Catholic for a 34-32 win. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Patterson High School held off a huge fourth quarter rally by Central Catholic for a 34-32 win in both teams’ season opener.

CCHS to host Westminster Christian Friday

Central Catholic football players run through their banner prior to the squad's Division IV first-round playoff game against Lafayette Christian last week.
Central Catholic, Division IV's No. 12 seed, will host No. 4 Westminster Christian Academy Friday in a 7 p.m. contest. (The Daily Review/Shea Drake)

Central Catholic will try to knock off its second’s consecutive top five seed in as many weeks when the Eagles host No.

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