High School Sports

CCHS duo to compete at state track meet

Central Catholic High School will be sending Sal Grizzaffi and Meo Knight to Friday’s Class 1A State Track and Field meet at LSU’s Bernie Moore Track Stadium in Baton Rouge. Grizzaffi will compete in the 1,600-meter run and the 3,200-meter run, while Knight will compete in the high jump. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Central Catholic High School)

HMS Golf

HANSON GOLFER BRETT Senette placed fifth in the State Class 1-A Golf Tournament held at Hunington Park Golf Course in Shreveport. Senette was fifth out of 48 high school golfers.

’Jacks going through spring practice

The Patterson Lumberjacks have been on the practice field for spring drills. The Lumberjacks are under the direction of first-year head coach Chad Blanchard, who previously served as an assistant coach for the Lumberjacks. The Lumberjacks will conclude their spring work with a spring game May 15 at Central Lafourche High School at 5:30 p.m. These are photos of action from Monday’s workout.

Berwick’s Sampey signs with Whartburg College

Berwick High School pole vaulter Kennedy Sampey will continue her track career at Whartburg College after signing with the school. Above, seated from left, are her father and non-faculty Berwick High pole vaulting coach Blair Sampey, Sampey, and her mother, Angela Sampey. Standing, from left, are Shane LeLeux, her pole vaulting coach at New Heights Gym in New Iberia, Berwick assistant Track and Field coach Kenny Williams, Berwick High Track and Field coach Paul Gilder, and Sampey’s sister, Regan Sampey. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Berwick High School senior Kennedy Sampey’s pole vaulting career began as a freshman after she was asked to take her sister’s spot following an injury.

Regional Run-Rule

Central Catholic outfielder Patrick Barron makes a throw back to the infield during Tuesday’s Class 1A regional contest with St. Edmund. The No. 3 seed Eagles run-ruled No. 19 St. Edmund, 12-2 in six innings to advance to the Class 1A quarterfinals. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Central Catholic Eagles capitalized on St. Edmund miscues as they rolled past the home standing Blue Jays en route to the Class 1A quarterfinals with a 12-2 win in six innings Tuesday.

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