Morgan City High School

MCHS looks to upset E.D. White

The No. 11 seed Morgan City High School Tigers look to make history when it travels to face No. 6 seed E.D. White in the second round of the Division II postseason Thursday. Not only have the Tigers not beaten E.D. White in
their soccer history, but the Tigers have not advanced past the second round of the postseason in the school’s soccer history. Above is Morgan City’s Wilmer Lopez, middle, in action during the Tigers’ bi-district win against West Ouachita. Also pictured is Robert Prejeant, second from left. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Morgan City Tigers have never beaten E.D. White in the Tigers’ soccer history.
The Tigers have never made it past the regional round of the prep soccer playoffs, either.

CCHS falls to Ascension Episcopal

Central Catholic’s Taylor Picou defends during the Lady Eagles’ 32-15 loss to Ascension Episcopal Tuesday. Picou led the Lady Eagles with seven points. (The Daily Review/ Geoff Stoute)

The Central Catholic Lady Eagles fell to Ascension Episcopal 32-15 in District 7-1A girls’ hoops action Tuesday.

Christian Life routs Berwick

The Berwick Panthers fell to Class 1A power Christian Life Academy 69-34 in nondistrict boys’ basketball action in Berwick Tuesday. Above, Berwick’s Cody Roberie releases a shot. Roberie had five points in the loss. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Class 1A power Christian Life rolled past Berwick 69-34 in nondistrict boys’ hoops action Tuesday.

Ribbon cut for Morgan City High School library

Morgan City High Principal Mickey Fabre, right, explains the path the library construction project at his school took to completion. The school held a ribbon-cutting and grand opening ceremony for the $3.55 million, 8,000-square-foot library this morning. Listening, from left, are Donald Aguillard, superintendent; Nedra Tabor, school librarian; Diana Tran, student of the year; Anna Lee Belaire, wife of Al Belaire, who served as principal from 1972-82; and Lisa Thibodeaux, program manager.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

It’s been a decade in the making and more than a year in construction, but the $3.55 million library at Morgan City High officially opened today with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Morgan City soccer to face North DeSoto

The Morgan City High School Lady Tigers’ soccer teams qualified for the Division II playoffs. The Lady Tigers will enter the postseason as the No. 19 seed and will travel to face No. 14 North DeSoto Friday in a 5:30 p.m. contest. Look for a playoff preview story in Thursday’s newspaper. Above, is
Morgan City’s Hannah Toups in action during the Lady Tigers’ contest against E.D. White last month. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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