Patterson High School recognizes Fall Sports awards winners

The Patterson High School football team was recognized during the school's fall sports awards ceremony Monday. Award recipients include, front row from left, Christian Soria, Dajon Richard and Zachary Burke. Standing, from left, are Treylon Bennett, Kai Schexnayder, Kaylon Bruno, Jordan Butler, Brad Beaubouef and Irvin Celestine. Not pictured are Deondre Diggs, Khyri Harris, Aarion Hartman, Hector Tolento, Dontre Nicholas, Tyric Garrett, Dariont'e Brown, Matthew Dardeau and Dillan Giandelone. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Patterson High School recognized its football, volleyball, swimming and dance team during its Fall Sports Award ceremony Monday at the school.

Knights of Columbus Free-Throw competition winners

The Bayou Vista Knights of Columbus Council No. 6211 held its annual council free-throw competition recently at Berwick High School and Berwick Junior High. The winners, are, front row from left, Mikah Ortiz (Berwick Junior High), 12-year-old girl champion; Kennedi Look (Berwick High), 14-year-old girl champion; Blain Louviere (Berwick High), 14-year-old boy champion; Katelyn Breaux (Berwick Junior High), 11-year-old girl champion; Kyler Paul (Berwick Junior High), 12-year-old boy champion; A'Ryla Davis (Berwick Junior High), 13-year-old girl
champion; and Hayden Robinson (Berwick Junior High), 11-year-old boy champion. On the back row, from left, are Berwick High Principal Buffy Fegenbush, Berwick Junior High Principal Tim Hymel, Berwick Junior High Health and Physical Education instructor Rachel Auenson and Knights of Columbus free throw coordinator Kenny Alfred. Not pictured is 13-year-old boy champion, Shawn Lovell Jr. of Berwick Junior High. The next competition, the District level event, will be held in early February at Patterson Junior High. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Kenny Alfred)

MCHS Lady Tigers rally to beat Assumption, 49-44

Morgan City High School's Hailey Lewis shoots during Friday's District 7-4A contest against Asssumption at Morgan City High School. Lewis had 11 points, and
the Lady Tigers rallied in the fourth quarter for a 49-44 victory. Morgan City will return to action Tuesday when it travels to face South Lafourche in league play. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Morgan City Lady Tigers rallied in the fourth quarter to defeat Assumption, 49-44, in District 7-4A basketball action in Morgan City Friday.

Skip Bertman honored during Morgan City visit

Ex-LSU Baseball Coach and Athletic Director Skip Bertman was presented a key to Morgan City and named an honorary citizen during his visit Wednesday at the Petroleum Club of
Morgan City. Bertman was in town as the guest speaker for St. Mary Outreach's benefit dinner. Morgan City Councilman Lou Tamporello, right, presented Bertman with his gifts. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)


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