High School Sports
Central Catholic scored 51 unanswered points Thursday evening to defeat Hanson Memorial 51-6 in Morgan City. Above, Central Catholic’s Samarick Paul makes a touchdown catch during the contest. Paul finished the game with four catches for 70 yards and three touchdowns, all in the first half. Central Catholic will return to action Oct. 17 when it travels to face Ascension Episcopal. (The Daily Review/Michelle Blanc)
Central Catholic scored 51 unanswered points to stun rival Hanson Memorial, 51-6, in District 7-1A play Thursday at Tiger Stadium.
By CORWIN MURRAY
MORGAN CITY – Central Catholic scored 51 unanswered points to stun rival Hanson Memorial 51-6 in District 7-1A play Thursday at Tiger Stadium.
Morgan City will return home this week for its final nondistrict tuneup when it hosts Rayne High School. The Tigers picked up their second win of the season a week ago with a 14-6 victory against Franklin High School. Above, Morgan City High School defenders Tyrice Oliney, left, and Dezin Young converge on a Franklin player during last week’s contest. (The Daily Review/Jean McCorkle)
The Morgan City High School Tigers will return home, fresh off their second win of the season, to host Rayne High School Friday.
Patterson’s Arian Grogan hits the ball against Lutcher in Wednesday’s contest at Patterson High School during a District 6-III contest. Patterson fell 3-0 (10-25, 12-25, 13-25) to Lutcher. Lutcher entered the contest ranked third in the Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s latest unofficial Division III power rankings released Tuesday morning, while Patterson was No. 22. (The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape)
The Patterson Lumberjills fell to Lutcher High School 3-0 (10-25, 12-25, 13-25) in District 6-III action Wednesday.