High School Sports

Central Catholic holds off Vermilion Catholic (updated)

The Central Catholic High School football team won its jamboree contest, 20-13, against Vermilion Catholic at the Iron Man Jamboree at Teurlings Catholic in Lafayette. Above, from left, Central Catholic’s Bailey Badeaux, Blake Byrne and Chris Singleton wait for Byrne to receive the snap on one of the Eagles’ scoring drives. The drive was capped by a Singleton touchdown. He had two scores in the contest. Central Catholic will open its season at home Sept. 1 against St. John of Plaquemine in a 7 p.m. contest. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic held off a last-ditch effort for a touchdown by Vermilion Catholic for a 20-13 victory at the Iron Man Jamboree at Teurlings Catholic Thursday.

CCHS volleyball team young but experienced

The Central Catholic High School volleyball team returns a wealth of experience in 2016. The team finished its 2015 season with a 19-22 mark, falling in the second round of the Division V postseason to eventual state runner-up Ascension Episcopal. Members of the 2016 team are, seated from left, managers Caitlyn Picou, Kelly Russo and Emily Price. Kneeling are Rachel Rogers, Rayne Hotard, Sinclair Callais, Symone Wiggins, Caroline Green, Adriana Dupuis, Elise Hidalgo, Macy Sims, Kerrilyn Luc and Emma Simons. Standing, are Katie Hoffpauir, Taylor Picou, Quincee Wiggins, Hallie Autin, Lexi Landry, Rebecca David, Ter’yanna Johnson, Ava Nicar, Sydney Williams, Brooke Lipari, Bailee Lipari, Bayli Scully, Emma Aucoin and Alyssa Landry. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Musemeche Photography)

Central Catholic’s volleyball team may just have three seniors and three juniors on its squad this season, but don’t be fooled by the squad’s youth in grade level. They have experience.

CCHS to participate in inaugural Iron Man Jamboree today in Lafayette

Central Catholic High School quarterback Blake Byrne
(The Daily Review/File Photo)

The first thing Central Catholic head football coach Tommy Minton touted in his preseason football preview was his large, experienced senior class that features many players starting for the third


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