The Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association held its annual Day in the Park Saturday at Kemper Williams Park near Patterson. St. Mary Parish President David Hanagriff, above, pitched the first shoes of the 2016 season. Many old and new members of the association were on hand for Saturday’s event. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association)
David Levingston shot a 64 on Friday, playing from the Eagle Tees. He had eight birdies and no bogies. Playing partner Koby Percle said, “It's the best round I've ever seen. He had short putts for birdie all day. Really incredible.” The round marks the best score recorded from the Eagle Tees. The course record from the Gator Tees belongs to Tillman Simmons, who recorded a 66 in 2006.
“I had everything going for me today and beat Koby Percle (72) by (eight) shots. That's hard to do, but it was one of them days. One to remember.” (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of The Atchafalaya at Idlewild)
The Silver Dragon Taekwondo Academy held its 109th Promotional Test March 17, marking the start of its 28th year of teaching martial arts in the Morgan City area. Those in attendance for the test were, kneeling from left, Andy Vo, Kelly Aguilar, Tony Luong, Nhi Luong and Carter Martin. On the second row, from left, are Dan Torres, Anthony Benitez, Andy Duong, Jairo Gomez and Andreas Mena. Standing, from left, are Michael Hartenstine, Anthony Dunn, Tony Dunn, Rhonda DeHart, head instructor
Master Brian Rutledge, Sunshine Rutledge, Christian Federer and Raymond Rutledge. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Silver Dragon Taekwondo Academy)
Berwick High School’s Aaron Barrilleaux bowls during Monday’s regional contest against E.D. White. Berwick advanced to the bi-regional round of the state bowling playoffs with a 14-13 victory against Houma Christian Tuesday at the South Central High School Bowling League regional tournament. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Berwick High School edged Houma Christian, 14-13, Tuesday in a loser’s bracket game at the South Central High School Bowling League Regional Tournament in Houma to advance to next week’s Bi-Regiona
The Morgan City High School Lady Tigers, the No. 3 seed at this year’s South Central High School Bowling League regional tournament, advanced to the bi-region round of the state bowling playoffs with an 18-9 victory against No. 6 seed South Terrebonne Tuesday at Creole Lanes in Houma. Hannah Pipes, above, led the squad with games of 190 and 189, according to www.bayoupreps.com. Morgan City will bowl again March 28 at Lafayette Lanes in Lafayette in the next round against an opponent yet to be announced. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)