The Central Catholic Lady Eagles, seeded No. 2 in Class 1A, will begin postseason play Thursday when they host No. 31 Logansport at 6 p.m. Above are the Lady Eagles’ Anastasia Johnson, Rebecca David and Mary-Beth Blanchard on defense against Lafayette Christian in the regular season finale. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
The Central Catholic Lady Eagles will begin what they hope is a long playoff run Thursday when they host Logansport in Class 1A playoff action.
Central Catholic High School celebrated Black History month with a presentation titled, “Diversity — A Celebration of King’s Dream.” During the program, speakers shared their stories of diversity and the role Central Catholic High School has played as a change agent in the east St. Mary Parish area. Featured speakers were Joe Jones and Seth Thomas. The keynote speaker was Luria Shaw Young, 1987 alumni of Central Catholic High School and dean of the College of Education of Southern University. Pictured are members of the school’s diversity committee: Principal Vic Bonnaffee, David Irwin, Patricia Hawkins, Jones, Young, Clarence Robinson and Thomas.
Central Catholic High School celebrated Black History month with a presentation titled, “Diversity — A Celebration of King’s Dream.” During the program, speakers shared their stories of diversity a
Central Catholic’s Tyler Hoffpauir defends against Hanson during the Eagles’ 83-41 win Friday. On Saturday the Eagles fell to Metairie Park Country Day, unofficially ranked No. 3 in the latest Louisiana High School Athletic Association Class 1A power rankings, 78-44 on Saturday. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Central Catholic had a mixed weekend with two blowouts — one they handed out and the other they were a victim of.