Central Catholic High School’s T.J. Ruffin hits a pitch during Monday’s Class 1A
quarterfinal contest between the Eagles and Ascension Catholic. Ruffin drove in the game-winning RBI on a double in the top of the 10th inning for a 2-1 Central Catholic victory. The Eagles will return to the field Friday when they face St. Edmund in the Class 1A semifinals in Sulphur in a 5 p.m. contest. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
In a game featuring multiple heroes on both teams at different junctures of the ball game, it was Central Catholic’s Mr. Clutch who proved to be the biggest of them all.
Central Catholic High School standout softball pitcher Megan Landry signed a National Letter of Intent with Nicholls State University in Thibodaux. Seated from left are Brenda Sedotal, Landry’s great-aunt; Dawn Landry, her mother; Landry; Tommy Landry, her father; and Gonellie Domingue, her grandmother. Standing from left are Central Catholic coaches Joe Jones, Darrel Landry, Ben Guidry, Billy Stears and Athletic Director Ree Case.
--Photo courtesy Central Catholic High School
It’s been quite a couple days for Central Catholic standout Megan Landry.