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CCHS honors football, volleyball teams

The Central Catholic High School football team had several players honored for making All-District 7-1A squad, the Academic All-State and both the Louisiana Sports Writers Association and Coaches Class 1A All-State teams. Kneeling, from left, are Collin Conner (second-team all-district and Class 1A Academic All-State), Stefano Guarisco (First-team All-District and both honorable mention Class 1A Coaches All-State and Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 1A All-State), Matthew Barbier (second-team all-district) and Eriq Blanchard (honorable mention all-district). Standing, from left, are Garret LeBlanc (First-team all-district and honorable mentiona Class 1A Coaches All-State and Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 1A All-State), Tyler Hoffpauir (First-team all-district and honorable mention Class 1A Coaches All-State and Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 1A All-State), Sage Thibodeaux (Second-team All-District), Charlie Barron (Second-team all-district), Chaz Galloway (Second-team all-district), Nicholas Case (Secont-team all-district and Composite academic all-state) and Joe Michel (First- and Second-team all-district and honorable mention Class 1A Coaches All-State and Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 1A All-State). Not pictured is Samuel Guarisco (Honorable mention all-district), Travis Ruffin (Honorable mention all-district). (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic honored its football and volleyball teams during an awards banquet at the Holy Cross Catholic Church’s Yvonne Anne Adams Life Center Wednesday.

Another tough finale

Central Catholic’s Gee Garrett defends while Country Day’s Tai Bierria fires a spike at the Lady Eagles. Bierria was one of several Country Day hitters who provided a balanced attack against Central Catholic in a 3-0 Country Day victory in the Division 5 state semifinals Friday at the Pontchartrain Center in Kenner. The semifinal loss was the fourth straight for the Lady Eagles. Country Day went on to win its fifth straight title Saturday against Episcopal School of Acadiana. (Photo credit: Geoff Stoute)

 

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