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Nicholls State University senior football players Garret LeBlanc, left, and Stefano Guarisco, right, stand with Nicholls coach Tim Rebowe following the Colonels' 28-27 victory against Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond Thursday. With the win, Nicholls clinched its second-straight Southland Conference title and will advance to the postseason for the third straight season. LeBlanc and Guarisco are Central Catholic graduates. (Submitted Photo/Valerie LeBlanc)

Colonels repeat as Southland Conference Champs

The No. 23/23 Nicholls State University football team won its second consecutive Southland Conference championship after a chaotic, thrilling 28-27 victory over No.

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Central Catholic High School's Freddie Calloway carries the football during the Eagles' 30-15 loss to Metairie Park Country Day in Metairie Friday. Calloway rushed for 65 yards and a touchdown. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Ibieta, Metairie Park Country Day too much for Central Catholic in 30-15 win

No. 8 Metairie Park Country Day defeated No. 9 Central Catholic 30-15 in Division IV first-round football playoff action Friday.

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Central Catholic's Trent Hillen, left, and Nathan Hebb bring down a Vermilion Catholic player during their week 10 matchup in Morgan City. Central Catholic, the No. 9 seed in the Division IV playoffs, will begin postseason play Friday evening when it travels to face No. 8 Metairie Park Country Day. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)

CCHS Eagles to take on Country Day Cajuns

No. 9 Central Catholic High School will begin the Division IV football postseason Friday night when it travels to face No. 8 Metairie Park County Day.

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Central Catholic High School's Yani Johnson and Luke Barbier signed athletic scholarships to attend Nicholls State University during a ceremony at Central Catholic High School Wednesday. Johnson will play volleyball, while Barbier will join the Colonels baseball team. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Johnson, Barbier sign scholarships with Nicholls

Two Central Catholic High School standouts signed athletic scholarships with Nicholls State in volleyball and baseball, respectively during a signing ceremony at the high school Wednesday.

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