Central Catholic Eagles
Central Catholic had Metairie-Park Country Day on its heels.
Central Catholic’s Stefano Guarisco dribbles toward the basket during the Eagles’ first-round contest against Tensas Thursday. Also pictured is teammate Tyler Hoffpauir. The Eagles will hit the road today when they travel to face defending Class 1A state champion Metairie Park Country Day in a regional round contest at 5 p.m. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Central Catholic will be looking to pull an upset tonight when it travels to Metairie to face defending Class 1A state champion and No. 4 seed Metairie Park Country Day.
Central Catholic’s Cedric Gant dribbles against Tensas during the Eagles’ Class 1A Bi-district victory Thursday in Morgan City. Gant led the Eagles with 21 points, including four 3-pointers. The Eagles will hit the road for the second round to face the winner of Metairie Park Country Day and Haynesville, who will meet tonight. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Central Catholic coach Ree Case said following his squad’s 63-54 Class 1A Bi-District victory against Tensas Thursday that free throws have been the Eagles’ downfall this season.
Central Catholic’s Nick Case dribbles during earlier season action against White Castle. Case is one of two seniors, along with Tyler Hoffpauir, who have provided leadership this year to a young squad. Central Catholic, who enters the postseason as the No. 13 seed, will begin playoff action Thursday when it hosts a familiar foe in Tensas in the first round of the Class 1A playoffs. The squads have met in four out of the last five years in the postseason. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
The Central Catholic Eagles will face a familiar foe in Tensas High School in Class 1A bi-district action in Morgan City Thursday at 7 p.m.