The homecoming court of Berwick High School was introduced
during the Berwick Panthers’ contest with KIPP Renaissance Sept. 26. They are, seated from left, Allis Armato, Abigail Askew, McKenzie Baumgartner, Queen Mary Margaret Sanford, Josie Estay, Emma Gray and Hannah Carpenter.
Standing, from left, are Jeanne Marie Hidalgo, Carolyn Osburn, Cari Powell, Abigail Suitt, Shannon Theriot and Shelby Bergeron. (The Daily Review/Jean McCorkle)
High School Sports
BALDWIN _ The Franklin Lady Hornets defeated the West St. Mary Lady Wolfpack 3-2 here Tuesday in volleyball action.
Franklin defeated WSM 25-10, 25-7, 12-25, 16-25, 15-13.
Berwick looks to regroup after fumbles and injuries doomed the Panthers in their homecoming game Friday, a 56-31 loss to KIPP Renaissance.
Patterson will hit the road for a long trip this week when it travels west of Lake Charles to face Westlake Friday. The Lumberjacks will be looking to continue the momentum they gained from earning their first win of the season a week ago, a 41-20 victory against Vandebilt Catholic. Above, Patterson kicker Christian Soria attemps an extra point, while Sirbatian Charles holds the ball. (The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape)
Patterson hopes to keep momentum rolling after the season’s first win against Vandebilt Catholic when the squad travels to face Westlake Friday.
Morgan City High School will look to bounce back from a 56-27 loss to Livonia last week when it travels to face Franklin High School Friday. The Tigers enter the game 1-3, while the Hornets are 0-4. Above, Morgan City’s Ethan Scioneaux scores a touchdown during Morgan City’s contest against West St. Mary earlier this season. (The Daily Review/Michelle Blanc)
Morgan City High School will be looking to get back to its winning ways when it travels to face Franklin Friday in a 7 p.m. contest.