Berwick Mayor Louis Ratcliff, seated center, has proclaimed Sept. 18-24 as Berwick High School Homecoming Week. Some of the festivities planned at Berwick High are a 4 p.m. homecoming parade Sept. 22, followed by a chili dinner and pep rally from 4:30 to 6 p.m. The Sept. 23 homecoming game begins at 7 p.m., with the Panthers facing the Franklin Hornets. A homecoming dance will be held Sept. 24. Homecoming court members present for the proclamation signing were, seated from left, Kennidy Adams, Sydney Aucoin, Lorin Baudin, Morgan Boudreaux, Jenna Dreher and Rosalyn Gros. Court members standing are Emma Hover, Jordan Lipari, Mary Madeleine Morella, Olivia Orlando, Angelle Rachal and Mary Grace Theriot. Not pictured is court member Carly Adydan. (The Daily Review/Diane Miller Fears)
High School Sports
Central Catholic High School’s Drake Boudreaux, left, and Jesse Fontenot converge on a St. John ballcarrier during the Eagles’ 30-0 Week 1 victory in Morgan City. The Eagles, who fell to Opelousas Catholic, 34-27, a week ago, will return to action when they travel to take on Ascension Catholic today in Donaldsonville in a 7 p.m. contest. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Central Catholic and Ascension Catholic will be looking to get back on winning tracks when they meet in Donaldsonville tonight in a prep football contest set for a 7 o’clock start.
Patterson hopes to take a big step forward Friday against Catholic High-New Iberia after falling in consecutive weeks to Class 5A teams.
Morgan City High School’s Keith Henderson celebrates after his 52-yard touchdown reception against Sophie B. Wright Friday. Henderson’s touchdown accounted for the game’s lone score as the Tigers won 7-0. Morgan City will look to win its second game this season when it hosts North Central Friday in a 7 p.m. contest. (The Daily Review/Bill Decker)
Morgan City will look to win its second straight contest Friday when it hosts North Central Friday in a 7 p.m. contest.