On Saturday at the Class 1A state softball semifinal in Sulphur, No. 4 Central Catholic beat No. 1 Catholic High-Point Coupee, 1-0, and then defeated No. 3 Cedar Creek, 6-4, in the championship game to win the Class 1A state title. Above, Central Catholic’s Megan Landry pitches during earlier season at Berwick’s Lady Panther Classic. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic defeated Cedar Creek, 6-4, Saturday to win the Class 1A Louisiana High School Athletic Association softball state title in Sulphur, according to lhsaaonline.org.

T.J. Ruffin, Central Catholic High School’s third baseman, makes a throw to first base during the Eagles romp of the Delhi Charter Gators. Central Catholic heads to second-round action next week against the winner of the Ascension Episcopal-Ascension Christian game set for 6 p.m. Saturday.
The Daily Review/Corwin Murray

AMELIA — Central Catholic pounded Delhi Charter into submission, 19-0, in first-round playoff action Thursday.
Techeland Arts Council’s presentation of “Last Bayou Passage” concludes this weekend with performances at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and a 2 p.m. Sunday matinee. At top, Ruth Bernard and Judith Allain portray sisters in a famous family known for its generosity as well as a certain hot sauce.

On Saturday at the Class 1A state softball semifinal in Sulphur, No. 4 Central Catholic beat No. 1 Catholic High-Point Coupee, 1-0, and then defeated No. 3 Cedar Creek, 6-4, in the championship game to win the Class 1A state title. Above, Central Catholic’s Megan Landry pitches during earlier season at Berwick’s Lady Panther Classic. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

T.J. Ruffin, Central Catholic High School’s third baseman, makes a throw to first base during the Eagles romp of the Delhi Charter Gators. Central Catholic heads to second-round action next week against the winner of the Ascension Episcopal-Ascension Christian game set for 6 p.m. Saturday.
The Daily Review/Corwin Murray

Thanksgiving baskets

Morgan City Rotary Club members delivered full meal Thanksgiving baskets and fruit baskets to about 50 families for the 21st year as a project of the Morgan City Rotary club Human Development Committee with Jim Firmin as director. From left are Firmin and Rotary President Carla Prejean.
Morgan City Rotary Club members delivered full meal Thanksgiving baskets and fruit baskets to about 50 families for the 21st year as a project of the Morgan City Rotary club Human Development Committee with Jim Firmin as director. From left are Firmin and Rotary President Carla Prejean.
(Submitted Photo)

Morgan City Rotary Club members delivered full meal Thanksgiving baskets and fruit baskets to about 50 families for the 21st year as a project of the Morgan City Rotary club Human Development Commi

Giving thanks

Nedra and Larry Giroir joined friends and family at Morgan City Health Care Center Tuesday for the facility’s annual Thanksgiving gathering of residents and their families.
(The Daily Review Photo by Jean L. McCorkle)

While the Pilgrims held their first Thanksgiving celebration in 1621, several days of thanks were scheduled periodically in a practice repeated over the course of America’s history.

Fundraiser at Oceaneering

Oceaneering International held a cookoff at its Railroad Avenue yard in Morgan City to support St. Mary Outreach. Employees from different departments paired up to make the 22 teams that competed in the cook off. Oceaneering supplied the food needed to prepare the meals by giving each team an allotment at Rouses grocery store in Morgan City. Other employees purchased tickets to sample each dish that was cooked. All proceeds went to feed families for the holidays. Stacey Derouen stirs her team’s pot of chili in preparation of the competition that was held Friday.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Oceaneering International held a cookoff at its Railroad Avenue yard in Morgan City to support St. Mary Outreach.

Wharf project

Morgan City Rotary Club members learned from former city councilman Luke Manfre at a recent luncheon about the Morgan City Wharf project and the major improvements that are coming in the near future, which have been delayed by floods and storms. From left are Rotary program director Cherie Laiche, Manfre and President Carla Prejean.
(Submitted Photo)

Morgan City Rotary Club members learned from former city councilman Luke Manfre at a recent luncheon about the Morgan City Wharf project and the major improvements that are coming in the near futur

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On Saturday at the Class 1A state softball semifinal in Sulphur, No. 4 Central Catholic beat No. 1 Catholic High-Point Coupee, 1-0, and then defeated No. 3 Cedar Creek, 6-4, in the championship game to win the Class 1A state title. Above, Central Catholic’s Megan Landry pitches during earlier season at Berwick’s Lady Panther Classic. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic defeated Cedar Creek, 6-4, Saturday to win the Class 1A Louisiana High School Athletic Association softball state title in Sulphur, according to lhsaaonline.org.

Lifestyle

Catherine Loupe and Dean Listi Jr.
--Jamie Heyl Photography

Irvin and Carla Loupe of Berwick wish to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Catherine Lynn Loupe, to Dean Leonard Listi Jr., son of Dr.

Obituaries

Brandon Bailey, 17, a resident of Morgan City, Louisiana, died Friday, May 1, 2015, at Teche Regional Medical Center at 9:30 a.m.

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