John Parker, a senior at Central Catholic High School, was chosen by the Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s ExxonMobil/ISC 2014 All-Academic Scholar Composite Football Team. Student athletes are awarded this honor by maintaining a 4.0 grade point average. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Central Catholic High School)
Central Catholic High School defeated Lafayette Christian, 17-7 Thursday in District 7-1A action in Morgan City. The Eagles’ Stefano Guarisco, above with the football, took over at quarterback for Blake Byrne after Byrne went out of the game with an injury, according to Central Catholic coach Tommy Minton. The Eagles will return to action Oct. 31 when they host Metairie Park Country Day
for homecoming. (The Daily Review/Courtney Long)
Central Catholic honored its seniors before Thursday night’s game and head coach Tommy Minton said all of them contributed to the Eagles’ hard-fought 17-7 win against Lafayette Christian Academy.
Morgan City and Patterson high schools met in District 6-III action Thursday in Morgan City. Morgan City won the contest 3-0 (25-23, 25-16, 25-15). Above, Patterson’s Makayla Ruiz hit the ball past Morgan City defenders Jaiveianna Jones, left, and Karley Guidry.
(The Daily Review Photo by Geoff Stoute)
Morgan City High School defeated Patterson High School 3-0 (25-23, 25-16, 25-15) in District 6-III action Thursday.
Central Catholic defeated Highland Baptist behind the second-half spark of running back Stefano Guarisco. Guarisco, who was injured a week ago, came in on offense in the second half for the Eagles and rushed for three touchdowns and 120 yards. Above, Guarisco makes a cut against Highland Baptist. (The Daily Review/Photo by Courtney Long)
Trailing 26-14 in the third quarter with all the momentum in Highland Baptist’s favor, Central Catholic needed a spark.
They got one in Stefano Guarisco.
The Central Catholic Eagles suffered their first loss of the season with a 32-6 setback to E.D. White Thursday in Morgan City.