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Berwick High School's Reed Gonzales pursues a ground ball during game 1 of Berwick's best-of-three series with Iota Thursday. Berwick won the deciding game 3 Friday 9-3 to clinch its third straight trip to the Class 3A semifinals. The No. 4 seed Panthers will meet top seed Sterlington in semifinal action Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at McMurry Park in Sulphur. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)

Berwick tops Iota for 3rd straight semifinal berth

Berwick advanced to Class 3A state semifinals in Sulphur for the third consecutive year by beating Iota 9-3 in a winner-take-away game 3 Friday at Panther Diamond in Berwick.

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Berwick High School's Ethan Nguyen slides into home plate safely during the Panthers' regional round series with North Vermilion Saturday. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Berwick to host Iota in rematch of 3A title game

A rematch of last season’s Class 3A baseball state championship between Berwick and Iota will take place in Berwick, but instead of a Friday-Saturday matchup, it now will be held on Thursday, and p

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Patterson High School's Makayla Knight pitches during regular-season action against Central Lafourche. Knight tossed a complete game and surrendered two runs on just four hits as No. 24 seed Patterson upset No. 9 seed Iota 4-2 in Class 3A Bi-District round action in Iota Thursday. The playoff victory is the Lumberjills' first since the 2013 season. (The Daily Review/File Photo)

Makayla's Knight! Senior pitcher Knight powers 'Jills to playoff upset

With Patterson’s season on the line, Patterson Head Softball Coach Matt Lipari turned to Makayla Knight to lead the No.

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Patterson High School's Dajon Richard dives with the football during regular-season action against Berwick. The Lumberjacks, Class 3A's No. 21 seed, fell on the road in Class 3A first-round action to No. 12 seed Iota 42-28 Friday. Richard led the Lumberjacks with 24 carries for 221 yards and two scores. He also completed 2 of 6 passes for 59 yards with a touchdown and an interception and caught three passes for 23 yards. Patterson finished its season with a 6-5 mark. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)

Guillory leads Iota past Patterson 42-28

The No. 21 Patterson Lumberjacks struck first against No.

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