Patterson State Bank recently made a donation to the Berwick High School Top Cats dance team for travel expenses to participate in this year’s Disney World Dance Team Championship. Above, Top Cats sponsor Christine Henry accepts a donation from Patterson State Bank teller Charlene Morris, while members of the Top Cats flank them. Kneeling from left are Tristan Shelby, Gabby Hebert, Taylor Perry, Ashton Morales, Corrine Benandi and Takeisha Jones. Standing, from left, are Maddi McGonagill, Mary Scully, Henry, Madison Baugher, Morris, Destini Catchings, Da’Miya Morris, Jenna Dreher, Carlee Landry, Madalyn Campbell, Simone Besse and Morgan Boudreaux. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Patterson State Bank)
High School Sports
John Parker, a senior at Central Catholic High School, was chosen by the Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s ExxonMobil/ISC 2014 All-Academic Scholar Composite Football Team. Student athletes are awarded this honor by maintaining a 4.0 grade point average. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Central Catholic High School)
Celestina Williams signed her national letter of intent to play college softball at Southern University in Baton Rouge. Seated from left are Mark Johnson, uncle; Christina Williams, sister; Richard Williams, father; Williams; Elizabeth Williams, mother; and Tony Gallegos, uncle. Standing from left are Joseph Hebert, Tyler Hebert, Katelyn Alvarez, Sky Acosta, Aliya Green, Brandi Ingram, Kennedy Hebert, Morgan City softball coach Tamara Keller and Dallas Gallegos, aunt. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)
Morgan City’s Celestina Williams took the scenic route to Baton Rouge.
The No. 7 seed Patterson High School Lumberjacks rolled past No. 26 seed Richwood High School 56-18 in Class 3A first-round action Friday. The Lumberjacks will continue playoff action this Friday when they host No. 10 seed Loranger. Above, Patterson’s Mykel Jones returns a kickoff for a touchdown against Richwood. Jones also caught a touchdown pass. (The Daily Review/ Crystal Thielepape)
The Patterson Lumberjacks dominated on both sides of the ball en route to a lopsided 56-18 win against Richwood in Class 3A first-round playoff action Friday.
No. 3 seed Central Catholic escaped an upset bid by No. 14 seed Delhi Charter with a come-from-behind 12-8 victory in Division IV (Class 1A select) first-round action Friday in Morgan City. Central Catholic took the lead for good with less than 2 minutes remaining when quarterback Blake Byrne connected with wide receiver Matthew Barbier for a 51-yard touchdown strike. Above, Byrne throws during earlier action in the game. (The Daily Review/ Michelle Blanc)
In a defensive struggle, the No. 3 seed Central Catholic Eagles had one more play in them than the No. 14 seed Delhi Charter School Gators in Friday’s Division IV first-round playoff game.