Morgan City High School

Trio of area teams make playoffs

Morgan City, Berwick and Central Catholic all qualified for high school softball postseason play. Berwick, the No. 25 seed in Class 3A, will travel to face No. 8 seed Pine Prairie Saturday in a 6 p.m. contest. Meanwhile, Morgan City, Class 4A’s No. 13 seed, will host No. 20 Assumption Monday at 5 p.m., while Central Catholic, Class 1A’s No. 12 seed, will host No. 21 Ascension Christian in a 5 p.m. contest Monday. Above, Morgan City High School’s McKenzie Smith
hits a pitch during regular season action. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

MCHS to retire Alfred's jersey

Morgan City High School will retire the baseball jersey of former player, coach and school principal Kenny Alfred prior to the Tigers District 7-4A contest against Vandebilt Catholic. In addition to playing at Morgan City, Alfred also excelled at Nicholls State University and played for the Atlanta Braves organization, advancing to Double A ball. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Scott Tregle)

Morgan City routs Thibodaux High, 14-0

Morgan City coach Tamara Keller and freshman Gracie Verrett are all smiles at third base during Morgan City’s 14-0 victory against Thibodaux in five innings Monday in Morgan City. Verrett finished the game 2-for-3 with a triple and three RBIs in the victory. Morgan City will conclude its regular season today with a game
on the road against Terrebonne at 4 p.m. (The Daily Review/Diane Miller Fears)

The Morgan City Lady Tigers run-ruled Thibodaux, 14-0, in five innings in nondistrict action at Morgan City on Monday.

Morgan City falls to Central-Baton Rouge in state finals

The Morgan City High School Lady Tiger bowling team finished its season as state runner-up Friday 2016 at the Allstate Sugar Bowl/LHSAA Bowling State Championships, falling to Central-Baton Rouge, 21-6, in the state finals at All-Star Lanes in Baton Rouge. Morgan City was presented its state runner-up trophy by Allstate Sugar Bowl representative Jenny Tripkovich. Team members include, kneeling from left, Meghan Amador, Ali Tregle, Alyssa Rich and Marissa Davis. Standing, from left, are Reagan Barbier, Mackenzie Amador, Tripkovich, Morgan City coach Michele LaCombe, Hannah Pipes and Laura Nolazco. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

All through the bi-regional round and in Friday’s state semifinal, Morgan City wreaked havoc on the state’s bowling bracket, recording three consecutive upsets in a span of two weeks en route to Fr

MCHS Lady Tigers finish the season as state runner-up.

The Morgan City High School Lady Tiger bowling team finished its season as state runner up today at the Final Four at All-Star Lanes in Baton Rouge. They were presented their runner-up trophy by Jenny Tripkovich of the Allstate Sugar Bowl, the event's sponsor. Kneeling from left are Meghan Amador, Allie Tregle, Alyssa Rich and Marissa Davis. Standing, from left, are Reagan Barbier, Mackenzie Amador, Tripkovich, Morgan City coach Michele LaCombe, Hannah Pipes and Laura Nolazco. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Morgan City Lady Tigers fell to Central of Baton Rouge, 21-6, in the state bowling finals this afternoon at All Star Lanes.

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