Molly Doiron, 9, of Stephensville, won the state championship in Level 1 Division K at the Louisiana Lower State Championships April 2 at the Alario Center in Westwego. Doiron recorded an all-around score of 38.475. The first-year performer placed first in all four events she competed, capturing the vault in 9.4, the bars in 9.75, the beam in 9.65 and the floor exercise in 9.675. She is part of the “Cajun Kips” team at Jennings Gymnastics in Schriever. Doiron is the daughter of Larry and Angela Doiron. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Frances Doiron)
Berwick High School center fielder Logan Angeron throws the ball back into the infield during earlier season action against Lutcher. Angeron and the Panthers upset Lafayette High, 5-4, on the road Tuesday. Lafayette High came into the game ranked No. 1 in the latest Louisiana High School Athletic Association Class 5A power rankings. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
The Berwick High School baseball team scored a huge upset Tuesday as it defeated Class 5A’s top-ranked team, Lafayette High, 5-4, in nondistrict action in Lafayette.
The Patterson Junior High School softball team won the parish softball tournament this past weekend. Patterson finished the tournament with a 5-1 mark. Patterson defeated Hanson, 7-2, Morgan City, 8-6, fell to Central Catholic, 12-5, defeated Berwick, 7-5, and then beat Central Catholic in consecutive games by
identical scores of 7-6. Patterson team members are, standing, from left, Alexis Bernadou, Hayden Adams, Deja Dugar, Briyanna Butler, Erin Crews, Katelyn Fabre and Kaylee Craddock. On the bottom row, from left, are Mikah Ortiz, Kylia Gregory, Emmely Melvin, Alyssa Perkins, Layla Giroir and Mallory Mendoza. Not
pictured are Gabby Marcel, Emma Marin, Makenna Lagarde, Maddy Harrington, Laney Crouch and Paige Steely. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Bianka Bennett)
The Morgan City Recreation Department’s youth baseball and T-ball seasons officially kicked off Saturday as opening ceremonies were held at Complex Park. Above, Morgan City Councilman Tim Hymel swings at the ceremonial first pitch
thrown by Mayor Frank “Boo” Grizzaffi. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)