Morgan City Lady Tiger Brandi Ingram celebrates as she crosses home plate after connecting on a three-run home run for an 11-1 walk-off win in five innings for No. 6 Morgan City Monday against No. 27 South Terrebonne in Morgan City. The home run was the sixth for Ingram, a Grambling softball signee, and the
19th for the Lady Tigers, who advance to play the winner of today’s contest between No. 11 Plaquemine and No. 22 Bastrop. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

It started with a bang and ended with a bounce to get Morgan City over a hump and into the second round of the playoffs. The Morgan City Lady Tigers came out firing early on offense en route to an 11-1 run-rule victory against South Terrebonne in five innings and into the second
During the past few weeks, alligators have started showing up at area businesses and homes, which law enforcement officials say is due to high water and warming temperatures.
Wire and staff St. Mary Parish Superintendent Donald Aguillard is one of three finalists who have applied for the Lafayette superintendent’s post. And the St. Mary School Board wants to be ready in case it must choose Aguillard’s successor.

Morgan City Lady Tiger Brandi Ingram celebrates as she crosses home plate after connecting on a three-run home run for an 11-1 walk-off win in five innings for No. 6 Morgan City Monday against No. 27 South Terrebonne in Morgan City. The home run was the sixth for Ingram, a Grambling softball signee, and the
19th for the Lady Tigers, who advance to play the winner of today’s contest between No. 11 Plaquemine and No. 22 Bastrop. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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Morgan City Lady Tiger Brandi Ingram celebrates as she crosses home plate after connecting on a three-run home run for an 11-1 walk-off win in five innings for No. 6 Morgan City Monday against No. 27 South Terrebonne in Morgan City. The home run was the sixth for Ingram, a Grambling softball signee, and the
19th for the Lady Tigers, who advance to play the winner of today’s contest between No. 11 Plaquemine and No. 22 Bastrop. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

It started with a bang and ended with a bounce to get Morgan City over a hump and into the second round of the playoffs.

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Sandra Marshall presented a program for the Patterson Garden Club at their monthly meeting titled “Chrysanthemums for Everyone.” She enlightened the group on the history of the plant and bloom descriptions.
--Submitted photos

Patterson Garden Club held its monthly meeting on April 7 at the home of Iris Roy. Hostesses were Ginger Griffin and Rosa Butler.

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