High School Sports

Berwick loses third quarter lead in 30-21 loss to Jeanerette

Berwick High School fell to Jeanerette High School 30-21 Friday evening in Jeanerette. While Berwick led 21-14 heading into the fourth quarter, Jeanerette outscored the Panthers 16-0 in the final period for the victory. Above, Berwick’s Braden Billiot runs with the football, while teammate Brandon Naverro follows. Billiot led the Panthers with 163 yards rushing and a touchdown. Berwick will return to action Thursday when it hosts Franklin in District 9-3A action. (The Daily Review/Greg Roussel)

After leading through three quarters, Berwick couldn’t hold on Friday night against the Jeanerette Tigers as the Tigers’ nearly 400 yards rushing were too much for the Panthers, resulting in a 30-2

CCHS falls at Vermilion Catholic, 29-22

Central Catholic High School fell to Vermilion Catholic 29-22 in Abbeville Friday. Despite five turnovers and virtually no run-game, the Eagles still had a chance late to win. Defensively, though, the Eagles, played well against the Screaming Eagles. Above, Central Catholic’s T.J. Ruffin takes down Vermilion Catholic’s Emile Trahan. (The Daily Review/Courtney Long)

With virtually no running game and having thrown five interceptions, Central Catholic still had a chance late in Friday’s contest against No. 6-ranked Vermilion Catholic.

’Jacks win second straight; beat Westlake 27-13

Patterson High School won its second straight contest of the season Friday with a 27-13 victory against Westlake. Above, Westlake tries to bring down Patterson’s John Davis. Davis rushed for 38 yards and a touchdown in the contest. Patterson will return to action Friday when it hosts Southern Lab for homecoming. (The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape)

It looks like the Patterson Lumberjacks have turned the corner.
Patterson jumped out to a 14-0 lead en route to a 27-13 win against Westlake Friday for the team’s second win in a row.

MCHS beats Franklin 14-6

Morgan City High School won its second game of the 2014 season Friday with a 14-6 victory against Franklin. Above, Morgan City quarterback Hector Tolento prepares to throw on the run while being pursued by the Hornets’ defense. Tolento completed just one pass on the night but it was a 38-yard scoring strike to wide receiver Jaylen Jones. Morgan City will return to action Friday when it hosts Rayne at home. (The Daily Review/Jean McCorkle)

Morgan City and Franklin high schools scored all of their points within the last four minutes of the second quarter of Friday night’s football game in Franklin.


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