High School Sports

Panthers open home schedule looking to turn things around

The Berwick High School Panthers will open their home schedule this season Friday when they welcome Varnado to Geisler Stadium. The Panthers also will be looking for their first win of the season after falling in their first two contests to Morgan City and Abbeville. Above, Berwick’s Larenz Clark runs with the football, while teammate Joshua Jones trails on the play during last week’s game at Abbeville. (The Daily Review/Jean McCorkle)

The first two weeks of the season have been tough for the Berwick Panthers as they are winless and have had to battle injuries and inexperience.

Patterson travels to face Catholic High-New Iberia

The Patterson High School Lumberjacks will hit the road this week when they travel to face Catholic High-New Iberia. Above, Patterson High defenders, from left, Blake Dreyer and Dariont’e Brown pursue Hahnville’s Drew Dunn during last week’s contest. (The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape)

Patterson went back to the basics this week with Catholic High-New Iberia’s Wing-T waiting on them Friday in New Iberia.

Tigers look to remain undefeated

Morgan City will look to continue its best start since the 2012 season when the Tigers welcome North Central to Morgan City Friday night. Morgan City, 2-0, defeated Sophie B. Wright 6-0 a week ago. Above, Morgan City’s Trey Derouen carries the ball during last week’s win. (The Daily Review/Courtney Long)

Morgan City High School will look to continue its best start since the 2012 season when the squad hosts North Central Friday.


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