High School Sports

BCG Services defeats Halimar Shipyard

Halimar Shipyard center fielder Gregory Leger prepares to throw back into the
infield while being backed up by right fielder Ethan Whittington during Tuesday
s contest against BCG Services. Halimar fell 7-2. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Halimar Shipyard (Central Catholic) fell to BCG Services (Covenant Christian), 7-2, in Swampland League baseball action Tuesday in Amelia.

Skipper's routs TrimCo, 12-2

Skipper’s Sporting Goods’ Logan Tingle prepares to throw a pitch during the squad’s Swampland opener against TrimCo Millwork and Supply Monday at Patterson. Tingle tossed a complete game with eight strikeouts as Skipper’s rolled to a 12-2 victory in six innings. The two teams will meet again today in Morgan City. Junior varsity action is set for a 5 p.m. start with varsity to follow at 7 p.m. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)

Skipper’s Sporting Goods run-ruled TrimCo Millwork and Supply, 12-2, in six innings in opening day Swampland baseball action Monday at Patterson.

Patterson High's Ausama signs with Louisiana College

Former Patterson standout Tristen Ausama signed a national letter of intent Thursday to play college football at Louisiana College in Pineville. Seated from left are Shirley Turner, mother; Ausama holding Bryson Ausama, son; Raven Gahn, girlfriend; Ninedra Fancis, sister; and Cabrini Belt, niece. Standing, from left, are Branden Harden, Patterson assistant football coach; A’zhayde Francis, niece; Salex Francis, sister; Mauricia Givens, niece; and Landen Gahn (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray).

It’s been a big year for Patterson standout running back Tristen Ausama, and he took another leap Thursday, signing a national letter of intent to play college football at Louisiana College.

Lemoine wins bowling scholarship

Mark Lemoine was awarded the 2016 Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling
Association’s 2016 Scholarship. From left are Morgan City Youth Bowling League
President Wally Arcemont; Lemoine; Murray Hebert, association manager of the
Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association; and Anthony Falgout Jr.,
Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association president. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Berwick High graduate Mark Lemoine was the winner of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association’s 2016 scholarship.

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