Berwick High School

Berwick High School swim teams in action

The Berwick High School swim teams were in action last week as they hosted a meet Monday, while on Tuesday, the squad traveled to Lafayette for swimming action. Above, a Berwick swimmer competes during the Monday action. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)

Berwick High School hosted South Terrebonne and Ellender for a swim meet Oct. 5, and it traveled to Lafayette to compete on Oct. 6.
Below are the results:
Oct. 5

Berwick High School freshman volleyball team wins tourney

The Berwick Lady Panther freshman volleyball team won the St. Michael the Archangel Freshman Classic Oct. 3. The Lady Panthers finished first in their pool, defeating Mandeville, St. Amant, Baton Rouge High and McGehee. In the championship game, the Lady Panthers defeated the host St. Michael in
three sets. Team members are, kneeling from left, Abigail Dugas, Maci Broussard, Alyssa Gray, Megan Lipari, Isabella Lodrigue and Abby Sanford. Standing, from left, are Coach Heather Templet, Natalie Mayon, Emily Roy, Kathryn Wilkinson, Morgan Toups, Gabrielle Robicheaux and Lauren Skinner. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Heather Templet)

Patterson routs Berwick, 55-7

Patterson High School's D.J. Jones carries the football, while, from left, Berwick's Gavin Barrilleaux, Cooper Roussel and Lionel Langley look to make a stop. Patterson eased past Berwick, 55-7, in the teams' District 8-3A contest at Patterson Thursday. Both teams will continue district play next week. (The Daily Review/Courtney Long)

Nehemiah Augustus’ nickname is “Menace” and the highly-coveted college football recruit was just that in Patterson’s 55-7 pummeling of Berwick Thursday at the Sugar Dome.

Berwick Panthers fall to Erath, 40-14

Berwick High School’s Kenan Jones runs with the football, while Logan Angeron, left, blocks and Tanner Caldwell and D.J. Robicheaux head downfield, too, Friday against Erath. Berwick fell 40-14 to the Bobcats. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)

One week after putting up season highs, Berwick’s offense just couldn’t get rolling in Friday’s 40-14 loss to Erath at Geisler Stadium.


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