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(The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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Patterson and Berwick High schools will open District 9-3A play Thursday night when they
meet in Berwick. The teams, which will battle for the Brag Rag, come into the contest with
identical 2-3 records as each snapped three-game losing streaks a week ago. In the top
photo, Patterson High School's Tyson Leonard pursues Morgan City quarterback Kane Sanchez, while in the photo above, Berwick's Reed Gonzales, left, celebrates with Keyon Singleton after Singleton scored a touchdown. Thursday's game will begin at 7 p.m. (The Daily Review/Bill Decker)

Berwick, Patterson to meet in District 9-3A opener

Berwick and Patterson High schools will begin District 9-3A play Thursday when they meet at Berwick High School.

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Central Catholic High School's Philip Guarisco, left, and Carter Williams pursue a Loreauville ballcarrier during the teams' week one contest in Morgan City. Central Catholic will begin District 8-1A play Thursday on the road as the Eagles take on undefeated Centerville. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

CCHS to open district against undefeated Centerville

Central Catholic will open District 8-1A play against undefeated Centerville Thursday on the road.

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Morgan City High School's Taaj Delaune is congratulated by teammate Nathan Campbell following Delaune's interception in the first half of last week's loss to Patterson. Morgan City
will begin District 8-4A play at home Thursday when the Tigers host A.J. Ellender. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

MCHS to host Ellender in District 8-4A opener

Morgan City High School will open District 8-4A play Thursday when it hosts A.J. Ellender at Tiger Stadium.

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Patterson High School's Allen Langston carries the ball during Friday's nondistrict contest against Morgan City. Langston had 202 yards rushing and four touchdowns in the Lumberjacks' 56-23 victory. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

'Jacks pull away in second half to defeat MCHS

When Morgan City hosted rival Patterson Friday night at Tiger Stadium in Morgan City, the records weren’t the key. The emotion was.

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