Patterson High School

Dreyer, Gouaux sign with Sterling College

Patterson High alum Blake Dreyer signed a letter of intent on Friday to continue his baseball career at Sterling College in Sterling, Kansas. Dreyer is a 2016 Patterson High graduate who played baseball for four years for the Lumberjacks. With Dreyer, are his father, Daniel Dreyer, left, and Sterling College Head Baseball Coach Jacob White. Brennan Gouaux was also signed by Sterling College, thanks to Blake Dreyer touting Gouaux's talent, but chose not to pose for a signing photo.
—The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute

While Sterling College’s baseball coaches were showing former Patterson High School standout Blake Dreyer around the Kansas school, and bragging a bit, Dreyer tooted the horn of St.

Patterson edges CCHS, 34-32

Patterson High School's Makayla Ruiz dribbles down court while defended by Central Catholic's Jalaysia Bertran during the teams' contest at
Patterson Thursday. Patterson held on for the win after a big fourth quarter by Central Catholic for a 34-32 win. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Patterson High School held off a huge fourth quarter rally by Central Catholic for a 34-32 win in both teams’ season opener.

Dantzler resigns football post at Patterson High

Patterson High School football coach Marvin Dantzler announced that he is resigning his football post immediately. Dantzler, a Louisiana native, spent a year leading the Lumberjacks after returning to Louisiana from Booker T. Washington in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He
finished his lone season at Patterson with a 3-7 mark. Above, Dantzler talks to his team after their spring game against Cecilia. Patterson Principal Rachael Sanders said a national search for Dantzler's replacement will commence. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

First-year Patterson High School football coach Marvin Dantzler has resigned, effective immediately.

Marksville is too much for Patterson

Patterson High School's Hector Tolento hands off to running back Dontre Nicholas during the first quarter of the Lumberjacks' Class 3A first-round contest at Marksville Friday. Patterson, the No. 28 seed in Class 3A, fell to
Marksville, the No. 5 seed, 51-33. Tolento completed 15 of 32 passes for 265 yards with three touchdowns and one interception in the loss, while Nicholas had two catches for 38 yards and a touchdown. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Patterson Lumberjacks outscored Marksville 26-23 in the second half, but it wasn’t enough to overcome a big first half by the home standing Tigers as Marksville advanced to the second round of

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