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The Patterson 8U All-Stars will be one of three area softball teams in action this weekend at the Babe Ruth Louisiana State Softball Tournament, which is being held at Kemper Williams Park near Patterson. Members of the 8U squad are, kneeling from left, Peyton Darden, Leigha Menard, Aubrey Harris, Zyree Merritt, London Celestine and Kadence LaPointe. On the middle row are Brooklyn Comeaux, Jaselynn Haven, Emma Pitre, Leighton Leger, Akyli Rashad and Kaci Prevot. On the back row are coaches Chad Comeaux, Jason Haven, Richard Menard and Claudia Darden. (Submitted Photo)

The 2019 Babe Ruth state softball tournament is being held locally

The Babe Ruth State Softball Tournament is being held at Kemper Williams Park near Patterson.

The Patterson 8U Baseball All-Stars will begin play in the Cal Ripken 8U State Tournament in Luling Thursday night. Team members are, kneeling from left, Myles Mouton, Bohan Dehart, Aaron Cage, Brayden Espinal, Ethan Matte and Kai Duval. On the middle row are Maden Rodriguez, Mason Blanco, Tate Mouton, Jade Sigue, Hayden Walker and Logan Collins. On the back row are head coach Blake Rodriguez and assistant coaches Duane Blanco, Tito Espinal and Jade Sigue. (Submitted Photo)

The Patterson 6U All-Stars will begin Cal Ripken State Tournament play Friday. Team members are, kneeling from left, Kai Hebert, Brody Fontenot, Zane Walker, Ceasar Lopez Jr. and Brian Bellard III. On the middle row are Brysen Kenney, Beau Trevino, Kaleena Cage, Jaxon Scully, Jamell Chaney Jr., Khylin Griffin and Randolph Edwards. On the back row are coaches Coty Fontenot, Barry Walker Jr., Bryan Scully and Brandon Trevino. (Submitted Photo)

Patterson 8U, 6U All-Stars to begin state tourney play

The Patterson 8U and 6U All-Stars will begin Cal-Ripken State Tournament action in Luling Thursday and Friday, respectively.

Jayson Hidalgo was the winner of the Mike Duke Memorial Award as the singles champion at the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Association Championship. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Tammy Armond, left, and Lisa Powell were the Doubles Champion at the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Association Championship. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Adam Amador and Sandy Amador were winners of the Leo Morvant Memorial Award as Doubles Champions at the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Association Championship. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association Awards

The Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association distributed awards during its annual meeting and awards banquet May 4. Below are some of the award winners.

Ryan Veillion was named the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association Bowler of the Year. He also won the organization's 700 Club Tournament. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Tamara Aucoin was named the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association's Female Bowler of the Year. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Mark Kleinmann was named the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association's Senior Bowler of the Year. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Kayla Myers was named Most Improved by the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Wesley Rink was named the winner of the Bobby Froreich Memorial Award (All Events Handicap Champion) at the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Association Championship. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Linda Powell was named City Champ (All Events Scratch) and All Events Handicap Champ, both at the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Association Championship. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Rosie Fournier was honored posthmously as the Singles Champion of the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Tournament during the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association's awards ceremony in May. Accepting her jacket for her achievement are friends, from left, Beverly Mayon, Lillian Rebardie, Mark Hebert, Angela Fields and Cathy Daigle. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Wally Arcemont, center, Morgan City Youth Bowling League president, presented a $500 scholarship each from the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association to Scott Price of Berwick High and MacKenzie Amador of Morgan City High School. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

The Allen Price Memorial Award, given to the team champion of the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Tournament, was presented to Chabill's. Team members include Sterling Roy, Mark Corbin, Gretchen Corbin and Miles Suire. Not pictured is Eric Cortez. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

The women's team champions of the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Tournament were Cajun Crew. Team members are Pam Hensgens, Beverly Mayon, Angela Fields and Lillian Rebardie. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association distributes awards

The Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association’s Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet was held May 4 at the St. Mary Parish Senior Citizens Center in Morgan City.

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