Central Catholic High School defeated Ascension Episcopal 28-21 in District 7-1A action. The Eagles utilized both Stefano Guarisco and Tyler O’con in place of injured quarterback Blake Byrne. Guarisco rushed for 244 yards and three scores and passed for 37 more yards, while O’con passed for 62 yards. Above, O’con hands off to Guarisco. (The Daily Review/Courtney Long)
Guarisco, freshman QB propels Eagles to 28-21 win
Berwick High School fell to Lafayette Christian 43-13 Friday in Lafayette. After jumping out to a 7-0 lead, the Panthers couldn’t sustain the momentum. Meanwhile, Lafayette Christian rattled off 43 straight points, led by its ground game, for the easy victory. Above, Lafayette Christian’s Jeremy Joseph runs while pursued by the Berwick defense. Joseph finished the game with 13 carries
for 124 yards and one score. Berwick will return to District 9-3A action this Friday when it travels to face Donaldsonville. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Berwick High School got a great start in its nondistrict contest against Lafayette Christian Friday.
The Patterson Lumberjacks won their fourth straight contest this season with a 45-13 victory against Donaldsonville Friday. The contest was the Lumberjacks’ District 9-3A opener. Above, Patterson’s Mykel Jones catches a pass for a touchdown, while Donaldsonville’s Cardell Forcell defends. Jones led the Patterson receivers with nine catches for 166 yards and four touchdowns.
Patterson will return to action Friday when it hosts E.D. White in another District 9-3A contest. (The Daily Review/Michelle Blanc)
What looked early like it could be a high-scoring, barn burner ended up being a one-sided rout as Patterson opened District 9-3A action at home Friday with a 45-13 win against Donalsonville.
Morgan City High School fell to Ellender 41-12 Friday in Bourg in the Tigers’ District 7-4A opener. The Tigers had trouble stopping the Patriots ground game as the Patriots rushed for 373 yards. Above, an Ellender player runs with the ball, while Morgan City’s Trey Robin pursues. (The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape)
Ellender Memorial capitalized on four Morgan City turnovers en route to a 41-12 District 7-4A win Friday at South Terrebonne’s Memorial Stadium.