Morgan City High School

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Morgan City High School's Josh Lorenzo connects on one of his two home runs Friday. Lorenzo finished 2-for-4 with two home runs, four RBIs and two runs Friday, and Morgan City held off Ellender, 7-6, in Morgan City in District 7-4A action. Morgan City finished the weekend with a sweep of the Patriots defeating Ellender Saturday, 19-0, and 12-5, in a doubleheader in Houma. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Mico Aloisio)

MCHS baseball sweeps Ellender

Morgan City High School swept its three District 7-4A contests with Ellender this weekend.

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The Morgan City High School Lady Tiger bowling team qualified for its second consecutive Final Four after finishing 2-0 at the state's Western Bi-Regional Monday at Creole Lanes in Houma. Morgan City, the event's top seed, knocked off No. 9 H.L. Bourgeois and No. 5 Ellender. The Lady Tigers will play again April 7 at 11 a.m. against an opponent from the state's Eastern Bi-Regional, which will be played today in Baton Rouge. Members of the Morgan City team include, kneeling from left, Ali Tregle, Mackenzie Amador, Meghan Amador and Kyleigh Campbell. Standing, are Coach Michelle LaCombe, Marisa Davis, Kameron Patereau, Sara Sierra, Alyssa Strickland and Hannah Pipes. Not pictured is Kora Reed. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Scott Tregle)

MCHS Lady Tigers qualify for semifinals after 2-0 finish at Bi-Regionals

The Morgan City High School Lady Tiger bowling team collected two more wins this season and advanced to their second straight Final Four following an undefeated performance in the state’s Western B

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Morgan City High School first baseman Madalyn Hebert applies a tag as a South Terrebonne baserunner slides back safely into first base during Monday's District 7-4A contest in Morgan City. Morgan City routed South Terrebonne, 7-0, in a battle of top 5 class 4A squads. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City shuts out South Terrebonne, 7-0

Morgan City scored all of its runs in two innings and held South Terrebonne scoreless and to just two hits in 7-0 victory in a key District 7-4A contest in Morgan City Monday.

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