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Dantzler resigns football post at Patterson High

Patterson High School football coach Marvin Dantzler announced that he is resigning his football post immediately. Dantzler, a Louisiana native, spent a year leading the Lumberjacks after returning to Louisiana from Booker T. Washington in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He
finished his lone season at Patterson with a 3-7 mark. Above, Dantzler talks to his team after their spring game against Cecilia. Patterson Principal Rachael Sanders said a national search for Dantzler's replacement will commence. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

First-year Patterson High School football coach Marvin Dantzler has resigned, effective immediately.

McCorkle wins national weekly kicking award

Berwick High School's John McCorkle attempts a kick during the Panthers' season opener against Morgan City, while holder Cody Roberie looks on. McCorkle was named Kohl's Kicking National Player of the Week last
week after connecting on a game-winning field goal in the Panthers' 31-30 victory against North Vermilion in Week 10. Besides the 23-yard field goal, McCorkle also was 2-for-2 on point-after attempts. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)

Berwick High School senior kicker John McCorkle was named Kohl’s Kicking National Player of the Week after connecting on a game-winning field goal against North Vermilion in the Panthers’ Week 10 c

Keton breaks city series mark

Kenny Keton Jr., on Thursday in the Guys and Dolls League at Charlie's Lanes in Morgan City, shot an 869 series to break the city record of an 839 series he had set on May 25. On Thursday, he bowled games of 279, 300 and 290. The 300 game is his 10 in Morgan City, which ties the city record for most 300s bowled in Morgan City. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Jerry Pillaro)

Tournament award winner

Dale Rogers, right, won the Closest-to-the-Hole award at the Knights of Columbus Council 1710 Brittany Guidry Memorial Golf Tournament at The Belleview Golf and Country Club in Franklin in October. With Rogers is tournament representative Dan Guidry. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Dan Guidry)

CCHS defeats LCA, 48-28

Central Catholic High School's Samarick Paul heads downfield during the Eagles' 48-28 Division IV first-round playoff victory against Lafayette Christian in Lafayette Friday. Paul had an all-around performance, accounting for
339 yards and four touchdowns on offense and adding almost 100 more yards in kickoff returns. The Eagles will return to action Friday when they host Westminster Christian in second-round action. (The Daily Review/Shea Drake)

Central Catholic unleashed Samarick Paul on Lafayette Christian Academy Friday, and the senior led the Eagles to a 48-28 Division IV first-round playoff win.

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