Morgan City High School

Country Day routs CCHS

Metairie Park Country Day and Central Catholic met in Morgan City Wednesday in a battle of top-10 Class 1A squads. Country Day, the two-time defending Class 1A
state champion and current No. 4 ranked team in the latest unofficial Louisiana High School Athletic Association power rankings, rolled past Central Catholic, the No. 9 ranked team, 90-37. Above is Central Catholic’s Blake Byrne right, in action. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)

Metairie Park Country Day rolled past Central Catholic, 90-37, in a battle of top 10 Class 1A teams Wednesday.

Lumberjacks rout Panthers 82-41

Patterson High’s Jordan Butler makes a pass while Berwick’s Kobe Champine defends during Tuesday’s District 9-3A contest at Patterson. Patterson rolled past Berwick 82-41.
The Daily Review Photo by Michelle Blanc

Patterson picked up at least a share of the District 9-3A title Tuesday with an 82-41 rout of Berwick in District 9-3A boys basketball action.

Bolton ends Tigers postseason run

Morgan City High School's Brayan Aleman prepares to kick the ball while Bolton's Eduardo Hernandez defends during Monday's Division II quarterfinal contest in Morgan City. No. 3 Bolton defeated No. 11 Morgan City 2-0 (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

In a game dominated by defensive stops, it was a two-goal outburst by Bolton High School early into the second period that proved to be the difference in the visiting Bears’ 2-0 victory against Mor

Lady Tigers advance to playoffs

The Morgan City High School Lady Tigers basketball team qualified for the Class 4A postseason. The Lady Tigers enter the playoffs as the No. 24 seed and will travel to take on No. 9 seed West Ouachita Thursday in a 6 p.m. contest. Above, Morgan City's Meya Morse dribbles during the Lady Tigers' contest against Assumption. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Tigers to host Bolton in Division II quarterfinals today

The Morgan City High School boys soccer team will take the field today when it faces Bolton High School in the Division II quarterfinals. The Tigers, the No. 11 seed, come into the contest fresh off a 2-1 upset of No. 6 seed E.D. White Thursday night in overtime. Above is Morgan City’s Michael Mejai in action against E.D. White. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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