Daily Review Sports Editor talks with Tommy Minton, head football coach at Central Catholic, about the upcoming game with Vermilion Catholic.
Central Catholic's High School and Junior High School volleyball programs gather with Debbie Acosta of Oncologics for a check presentation prior to Thursday's varsity volleyball contest with Houma Christian. The players raised $2,082 through a variety of ways, such as T-shirt sales and securing sponsorships. The money raised will go to the St. Mary Parish Louisiana Foundation for Cancer Care/Oncologics and Miles Perret Cancer Services and will be used to help those in St. Mary Parish battling breast cancer. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
It was as if the teams flipped jerseys.
Central Catholic’s Charlie Solar leads the squad through its banner before the start of the second half of the Eagles’ contest against Opelousas Catholic last week. Central Catholic will host its first home game of the 2015 season Thursday when it welcomes Ascension Catholic. (The Daily Review/Bill Decker)
In its first two games of the regular season, Central Catholic has faced offensives that like to run the football.
Central Catholic High School fell to Catholic High of New Iberia 21-0 Friday in the final game of the Kiwanis Clubs of Opelousas and Lafayette’s 2nd Annual Gridiron Football Jamboree at St. Thomas More. Above, Tanner Wiggins along with a teammate tries to help bring down Catholic High’s Seth Pierre. Pierre finished the game with 125 yards and two scores. (The Daily Review/Courtney Long)
Catholic High of New Iberia dominated Central Catholic in a 21-0 victory in the final game of the Kiwanis Clubs of Opelousas and Lafayette’s 2nd Annual Gridiron Football Jamboree at St.