Charpentier fans 17 in BHS win

From Staff Reports

Behind a stellar pitching performance from Chris Charpentier, the Berwick Panthers shutout Thibodaux High School, 3-0.

Charpentier earned the win, surrendering just two hits and walking three in six innings of work while striking out an eye-popping 17 batters.

In one inning of relief, Brannon Melancon walked one and struck out one.

Berwick (4-1) scored a run apiece in the second, third and fifth innings but was limited to four hits.

The Panthers benefited from four Thibodaux errors.

Reed Leonard led BHS at the plate with a 2-for-3 performance, while Matt Skelton added a 1-for-3 outing with an RBI and Ian Bergeron finished 1-for-2 with a double.

E.D. White shuts

out Morgan City

Morgan City committed seven errors and was limited to three hits in a 6-0 loss Tuesday to E.D. White in Thibodaux.

The Tigers’ hits were recorded by Nick Gagliano and Brandon Beadle, who each finished 1-for-3, while Brodie Anslum, who went 1-for-2, added a hit.

On the mound, Brennan Scully pitched five innings and surrendered five unearned runs on three hits. He walked three and struck out three for Morgan City (2-3).

In one inning of work, Anslum surrendered one unearned run on one hit and struck out one.

“We didn’t play very well today,” MCHS coach Marc Gonzales said. “You do not have a chance to win when you make 7 errors and give up six unearned runs. We pitched better today, but we need to get better offensively and defensively.”

Morgan City will return to action on Thursday when it faces Erath at 5:30 p.m. in the opening round of the Berwick Tournament.

Lady Eagles dominate

Assembly Christian

The Central Catholic Lady Eagles defeated Assembly Christian, 21-1, in five innings on Tuesday.

The Lady Eagles (4-2) jumped out to a 13-0 lead after two innings and capped the scoring with a seven-run fifth. The Lady Eagles scored in every inning except the fifth, while Assembly Christian put up its lone run in the fifth.

Megan Landry (3-0) earned the win on the mound for CCHS. In three innings, she surrendered one earned run on four hits and struck out eight.

Brittany Longman also pitched two innings and surrendered one hit and struck out two.

At the plate, Kimberly Russo led the Lady Eagles with three hits, two runs, two RBI and three stolen bases, while Longman added two doubles, two runs and three RBI.

Other CCHS contributors included Abbie Bergeron, two hits, three runs and two RBI; Caroline Byrne, a double, two runs and two RBI; Hailee Thomas, a double and two RBI; Landry, a hit, three runs and an RBI; Celine Flores, a double, two runs and a stolen base; Olivia Crawford, two hits, two runs and an RBI; and Grace Pecoraro, two runs and three stolen bases.

The Lady Eagles will return to action on Thursday at Houma Christian at 4:30 p.m.

Hanson shuts out


The Hanson Lady Tigers shut out the Patterson Lumberjills, 4-0, on Tuesday in Franklin.

Hanson pitchers Evelyn Pontiff and Emily Champagne combined to no-hit the ’Jills.

Pontiff struck out two in three innings, while Champagne struck out six and walked three in four innings.

In six innings of work, Patterson’s Taylor Hall surrendered four earned runs on seven hits with four walks and struck out three.

MCHS falls to

Belle Chasse

Morgan City High School fell at home to former district foe, Belle Chasse High School, 13-5, on Tuesday.

Shannon Theriot led Morgan City with a 3-for-4 performance with an RBI, while Katelyn Adams added a 1-for-4 performance with a double and two runs.

Other MCHS hitters included Brandi Ingram, 2-for-4 with an RBI; Marilynn Bailey, 1-for-3 with an RBI and a run; Nikki Pennison, 1-for-3 with an RBI; Skyla Crochet, 1-for-2 with a run; and Amber Bailey, a run and a walk.

The Lady Tigers (2-4) will return to action Thursday at H.L. Bourgeois in Gray. First pitch is set for 4 p.m.


St. Martinville

game tonight

Patterson and St. Martinville High School will play their game, originally scheduled for Tuesday, today at 6 p.m. in St. Martinville.

The game was rescheduled because of the Patterson boys’ basketball playoff game at Richwood on Tuesday.

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