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Central Catholic's Brooks Thomas makes a diving catch in the top photo, while above, the Eagles' Bryce Grizzaffi steals second base during Central Catholic's Division IV semifinal contest with top-seed Ouachita Christian at McMurry Park in Sulphur Wednesday. Central Catholic fell 3-1. (The Daily Review/Photos by Geoff Stoute)

Lack of timely hitting dooms CCHS in 3-1 loss to OCS

Central Catholic received enough quality pitching and solid defense to win Wednesday’s Division IV semifinal contest against top-seed Ouachita Christian.

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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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Central Catholic catcher Bryce Grizzaffi, left, and pitcher Luke Barbier confer during game 1 of the Eagles' quarterfinal series against St. John in Plaquemine Thursday. Central Catholic won the series in two games to advance to next week's state tournament in Sulphur. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

CCHS punches ticket to Sulphur

Central Catholic jumped on the bats in game one and got some solid pitching performances in both games of its Division IV doubleheader to sweep the series with St.

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