The Central Catholic Eagles will host Metairie Park Country Day for homecoming Friday. The matchup pits two teams ranked in the top 10 in Division IV power rankings as Central Catholic is ranked No. 3 and Country Day, No. 7. Above, Central Catholic’s Matthew Vorenkamp, left, and Sage Thibodeaux take down Lafayette Christian quarterback Bryce Badon during the Eagles’ 17-7 victory a week ago. (The Daily Review/Courtney Long)
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Central Catholic High School will continue its tour of higher-classification non-district opponents when it hosts Class 3A E.D. White Friday.
Central Catholic High School shut out Sacred Heart of Ville Platte, 14-0, at the Kiwanis Club of Lafayette’s jamboree Friday. Above, Central Catholic’s Stefano Guarisco stops Sacred Heart’s Caleb Soileau. Guarisco was named Central Catholic’s Most Valuable Player by the jamboree after scoring two touchdowns on offense, while rushing for 66 yards and recording 48 yards receiving. On defense, he also recorded two interceptions. (The Daily Review/Courtney Long)
Central Catholic running back Stefano Guarisco makes a move against Ellender during the teams’ scrimmage last week. Central Catholic will participate in the innaugural Kiwanis Select Jamboree Friday at Teurlings Catholic. The Eagles will play Sacred Heart in a contest set to begin at 8:30 p.m. (The Daily Review/Michelle Blanc)
Central Catholic will hit the road Friday to participate in the inaugural Kiwanis Select Jamboree at Teurlings Catholic High School in Lafayette.
The Central Catholic Eagles capitalized on St. Edmund miscues as they rolled past the home standing Blue Jays en route to the Class 1A quarterfinals with a 12-2 win in six innings Tuesday.