Two-time Olympic medalist Hollis Conway recently visited Central Catholic High School. Conway was the United States' top high jumper from 1988-94, and in the world from 1990-91. He still holds the record for the fourth-highest jump ever for indoor track and field. He is the regional coordinator for Fellowship of Christian Athletes in Louisiana and spends his time talking to students nationwide about discovering and developing their gifts and talents God has given them. Above, on the front row from left are Central Catholic students Cade Minton, Peyton Skiles, Aly Burton, Sarah Thomas, Kaleigh Navarro and Luke Cunningham. On the back row are Conway and Central Catholic Football Coach Tommy Minton. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Central Catholic High School)
Central Catholic High School’s Lady Eagles (7-1A) swooped in for a win Thursday night against the neighboring Berwick High School Lady Panthers (8-3A).
Berwick’s Jordan Lipari scored 17 points, including three, three-point shots, to lead the Lady Panthers in Tuesday's game in Berwick. Berwick (8-3A) lost 30-49 against H.L. Bourgeois (7-5A). They are scheduled to play Friday at 5:30 p.m. in Morgan City against the Central Catholic (7-1A) Lady Eagles.
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The Berwick Lady Panthers (8-3A) was overpowered by the H.L Bourgeois Lady Braves (7-5A) 31-49 during basketball action Tuesday night in Berwick.
Morgan City finished 2-0 this weekend at Centerville’s Tournament of the Teche, knocking off Teurlings Friday and Patterson Saturday.
Friday, Morgan City defeated Teurlings, 47-33.