Sports

Atchafalaya Horseshoe Classic

The Atchafalaya Horseshoe Classic was held May 21 at Kemper Williams Park near Patterson. Class A winners included, from left, Tim Gilmore of Bayou Vista, first place and tournament champion; Al Dodson of Morgan City, second place;
and Pat Pertuit of Marrero, third place. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association)

Atchafalaya Horseshoe Classic
Kemper Williams Park
May 21
Class A

Atchafalaya Golf Association One-Player Scramble

The Atchafalaya Golf Association hosted its One-Player Scramble May 14 at The Atchafalaya at Idlewild near Patterson. Chuck Danna, left won first low net. Congratulating him is Atchafalaya Golf Association President David Levingston. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of The Atchafalaya at Idlewild)

Skipper's routs TrimCo, 12-2

Skipper’s Sporting Goods’ Logan Tingle prepares to throw a pitch during the squad’s Swampland opener against TrimCo Millwork and Supply Monday at Patterson. Tingle tossed a complete game with eight strikeouts as Skipper’s rolled to a 12-2 victory in six innings. The two teams will meet again today in Morgan City. Junior varsity action is set for a 5 p.m. start with varsity to follow at 7 p.m. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)

Skipper’s Sporting Goods run-ruled TrimCo Millwork and Supply, 12-2, in six innings in opening day Swampland baseball action Monday at Patterson.

Locals place at Cajun Open

Class A winners at the Cajun Open in Welsh included a pair of Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association members. Al Dodson of Morgan City was first in Class A and was the tournament champion. Tim Gilmore of Bayou Vista was second. Dodson finished 4-1 with a 42.0 ringer percentage, while
Gilmore was 3-2 with a 59.5 ringer percentage. From left are Dodson, Gilmore and third-place finisher Ricky Richard of Church Point. Richard finished 3-2 with a ringer percentage of 51. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association)

Patterson High's Ausama signs with Louisiana College

Former Patterson standout Tristen Ausama signed a national letter of intent Thursday to play college football at Louisiana College in Pineville. Seated from left are Shirley Turner, mother; Ausama holding Bryson Ausama, son; Raven Gahn, girlfriend; Ninedra Fancis, sister; and Cabrini Belt, niece. Standing, from left, are Branden Harden, Patterson assistant football coach; A’zhayde Francis, niece; Salex Francis, sister; Mauricia Givens, niece; and Landen Gahn (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray).

It’s been a big year for Patterson standout running back Tristen Ausama, and he took another leap Thursday, signing a national letter of intent to play college football at Louisiana College.

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