Central Catholic High School

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Central Catholic High School had three members of its volleyball team earn Louisiana
Volleyball Coaches Association Division V All-State honors. Terre'Yan Johnson, left, was a first-team selection and the Division V Player of the Year. Head coach Latashia Wise, center, was named Division V Coach of the Year and Katie Hoffpauir was named to
the Division V All-State squad. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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Central Catholic High School had three football players earn All-State recognition from the Louisiana Sports Writers Association and the Louisiana Football Coaches Association. Michael-Anthony Hill, left; Davidyione Bias, center; and Nathan Hebb, right; each were named honorable mention selections by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association. Hill was a first-team selection by the Louisiana Football Coaches Association, while Hebb and Bias each earned second-team honors. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic honors athletes in fall sports

Central Catholic High School held its Fall Sports Awards ceremony Thursday at the Yvonne Adams Life Center.

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Central Catholic's Grant Cheramie competes in the squat at the inaugural Central Catholic High School Invitational, presented by Thibodaux Regional Sports Medicine Center. Cheramie, who won the 275-pound class, was the Eagles' top lifter. He had a total weight of 1,155 pounds with a 445-pound squat, a 225-pound bench press and a 485-pound deadlift. (Submitted Photo/Coby Minton)

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Braeden Arceneaux, left, an eight-grade student at Pine High School in Franklinton, placed second in the 114-pound class at Saturday's Central Catholic High School Invitational, presented by Thibodaux Regional Sports Medicine Center. Arceneaux is the son of former Morgan City High School powerlifter Jason Arceneaux, who is his son's personal trainer. With Arceneaux are the winner of the weight class, Berwick's Justin Arceneaux, center, and third-place finisher Tate Fontenot of Central Catholic. (Submitted Photo/Howard Castay)

CCHS wins its inaugural powerlifting meet

Central Catholic High School finished first in boys’ competition at its inaugural Central Catholic High School Invitational, presented by Thibodaux Regional Sports Medicine Center.

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