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Skipper’s Sporting Goods edges Taco Bell, 5-4

Skipper’s Sporting Goods edged Taco Bell 5-4 in Swampland League action Monday at Tiger Diamond in Morgan City. Above, Skipper’s Ethan Scioneaux slides back safely into first base to beat a pickoff attempt by Berwick’s Nick Mayon. Scioneaux provided the game-winning RBI hit for Skipper’s in the bottom of the sixth inning and pitched the seventh inning to earn the save. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Ethan Scioneaux drove in the game-winning RBI in the bottom of the sixth and then recorded the save in the top of the seventh inning to lead Morgan City High School-based Skipper’s Sporting Goods t

Taco Bell executive visit

B&G Foods recently held its annual yearly meeting at the Morgan City Auditorium. This year, Taco Bell Corporation President Brian Niccole and Chief Operations Officer Mike Grams flew in from southern California to attend. Here, Morgan City Mayor Frank “Boo” Grizzaffi presents Niccole with a key to the City of Morgan City. From left are Grams, Grizzaffi, Niccole and B&G Foods owner Greg Hamer Sr. B&G Foods consists of 87 restaurants across three states representing the concepts of Taco Bell and KFC. The annual meeting gathered general managers from every store, along with area coaches and directors of operations. In all, over 120 persons were in attendance. (Submitted Photo)

B&G Foods recently held its annual yearly meeting at the Morgan City Auditorium.


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