Tri-City area teams had a rough time in Week 1 of the prep football season as just one of four teams was victorious.
MORGAN CITY — Though Richard Romaire and Ferris Romaire served thousands of miles apart during World War II, the brothers reunited after the war ended when both were stationed in the Philippines.
St. Mary Central’s 10-year-old All-Stars won the District 3 Championship Tuesday after defeating Morgan City twice. St. Mary Central won by scores of 5-2 and 16-6 in five innings. Team members include, kneeling from left, Carter Williams, Clay Menard, Hayden Landry, Jackson Thorguson, Trevor Berryhill and Ross Thomas. On the middle row, from left, are Brett Bearb, Owen Thorguson, Nicholas Spitale, Luke Zerangue, Jude Vasquez and Tanner Simmons. On the back row, from left, are assistant coach Brian Thorguson, head coach John Menard, and assistant coach Scott Thomas. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Entering Tuesday’s District 3 10-year-old championship contest, St. Mary Central and Morgan City both knew they were headed to the regional round.
NEW ORLEANS — Morgan City made its first postseason appearance since 2009 but ran into a talented Warren Easton squad Thursday, losing 85-30 in Class 4A first-round girls’ basketball action.