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Central Catholic finishes the weekend 2-0

Central Catholic coach Tyler Jensen talks to Blake Hidalgo after Hidalgo connected on a three-RBI triple in the Eagles’ 13-0 run-rule victory against Bunkie Saturday at the Tri-City Classic. Central Catholic finished the weekend 2-0. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic finished 2-0 this weekend at the Tri-City Baseball Classic, topping Berwick Friday before run-ruling Bunkie Saturday.
On Friday, Central Catholic defeated Berwick, 8-2.

Hebert fans 15 as MCHS shuts out Plaquemine, 9-0

Morgan City High School shutout Plaquemine, 9-0, in the Lady Tigers home opener Monday. Sophomore pitcher Kennedy Hebert, above during action last season, tossed a two-hitter with 15 strikeouts in the victory. She also led the offense with a 2-for-3 performance with a home run and three RBIs. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City’s Kennedy Hebert tossed a complete-game two-hit shutout with 15 strikeouts as Morgan City routed Plaquemine, 9-0, in Morgan City Monday.

Augustus' 3 near buzzer lifts 'Jacks past Lutcher

Patterson High School’s Nehemiah Augustus, center, celebrates with teammates after making the game-winner near the fourth-quarter buzzer during Patterson’s contest against Lutcher in Class 3A first-round action. Patterson avoided an upset with a 59-56 victory. Augustus led Patterson with 20 points. The Lumberjacks will play No. 12 Green Oaks in the second round Tuesday at Patterson in a 6 p.m. contest. Green Oaks defeated No. 21 Bogalusa, 69-38 in other first-round action. (The Daily Review/Bill Decker)

Stephen Curry, a point guard for the Golden State Warriors, is accepted widely as the best shooter in the NBA.
But in Patterson, it’s Nehemiah “Menace” Augustus.

First-half shooting woes doom Eagles in 61-46 loss

Central Catholic High School’s Jalen Johnson shoots during the second-half of the Eagles 61-46 loss to Crescent City Christian Friday in Metairie. Central Catholic could not overcome a cold shooting first-half as they were eliminated from the postseason. Johnson led the squad with 20 points. Central Catholic finished its season with an 11-15 mark. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

A cold shooting first-half was too much for Central Catholic to overcome as the Eagles fell 61-46 to Crescent City Baptist in Class 1A bi-district boys basketball playoff action Friday.

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