The Patterson Lumberjacks had three first-team All-District 9-3A football team selections to lead the area’s picks.
An old song from the 1980s written and sung by the late Mac Davis titled “Happiness is leaving Texas in my rear view mirror,” is probably the way most people across America feel about 2020.
Morgan City had two second-team selections to lead its honorees on the All-District 8-4A Football Team.
Central Catholic High School senior Rylie Jeau Theriot held a ceremony Wednesday at Central Catholic to celebrate her appointment to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in New York. She will attend school and play softball at the academy. Seated, from left are Nicole Boudreaux, sister; Sarah Theriot, mother; Theriot; Beau Theriot, father. Standing are Central Catholic softball coach Linda Sanders and Central Catholic Athletic Director Ree Case. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Leader and tough were two of the words that Central Catholic softball coach Linda Sanders used Wednesday to describe her senior softball player, Rylie Jeau Theriot.
Morgan City had one first-team selection to lead the area’s All-District 7-III Volleyball Team picks.
Morgan City senior outside hitter Haylie Crappell was a first-team selection.