Morgan City High School's Dylan Tingle
(The Daily Review/File Photo)
Patterson High School's Reid Perkins
(The Daily Review/File Photo)
MCHS routs Madison Prep; Patterson wins at Westlake
Morgan City High School run-ruled Madison Prep 18-3 in four innings in nondistrict action in Morgan City Monday.
Ahead 7-3 entering the bottom of the fourth, Morgan City scored 11 runs before the game was halted with one out and the Tigers ahead 18-3.
Early on, Morgan City took a 3-0 lead in the bottom of the first, and after Madison Prep scored a run in the top of the third, Morgan City scored four runs in the bottom of the third for a 7-1 lead. Madison Prep scored two runs in the top of the fourth.
Morgan City had nine hits and benefitted from a combination of Madison Prep walks and hit batters, too.
Kyle Ring, Logan Metrejean and William LaRocca led the Tigers’ offense. Ring was 2-for-2 with three RBIs, a stolen base and a run, while Metrejean was 2-for-3 with two RBIs and two runs. LaRocca was 1-for-3 with a triple, an RBI and two runs.
Other top Morgan City offensive contributors were Dylan Tingle, 1-for-3 with a double, an RBI and a run; Jobe Bertrand, 1-for-2, two RBIs and a run; Mitchell Mancuso, 2-for-2, two runs; Kris Prejeant, two RBIs and three runs; Maurice Martin, an RBI, a stolen base and four runs; Drew Miller and Hayden Barron, an RBI and a run; and Andy Gros, Mekhi Branton and Tyrek Steele, each an RBI.
LaRocca earned the win in relief. In two innings, he surrendered three earned runs on three hits with three walks and one hit batter.
Mancuso started the game for Morgan City, and in two innings, he surrendered two hits, walked two and fanned three.
Patterson defeats Westlake
Patterson defeated Westlake 4-1 on the road Monday.
The Lumberjacks scored three runs in the fifth and another in the seventh.
Westlake scored its lone run in the bottom of the seventh as the Lumberjacks dodged any more trouble. Westlake loaded the bases with no outs, and after getting a run on a sacrifice fly to centerfield, the next two batters flew out and grounded out, respectively, for the final two outs.
Reid Perkins earned the win, while Joseph Larson earned the save. In six innings, Perkins surrendered two hits, walked seven and struck out eight.
In one inning of relief, Larson surrendered one earned run on two hits with one walk.
Offensively, Noah Bryant led Patterson with a 2-for-3 performance with a triple and two runs, while Amarea Christopher was 1-for-4 with an RBI and a run.
Berwick routs CHPC
The Berwick Panthers run-ruled Catholic High-Pointe Coupee 14-4 in five innings in nondistrict action at home Monday.
After Catholic High took a 4-3 lead in the top of the second, Berwick scored a combined 11 unanswered runs across the third through fifth innings to end the game in the bottom of the fifth via the 10-run mercy rule.
Berwick scored four runs in the bottom of the third, five runs in the bottom of the fourth and two in the bottom of the fifth.
Early on, the Panthers took a 3-0 lead in the bottom of the first, but Catholic High scored four runs in the top of the second.
Top offensive contributors for Berwick were: Brett Williams, 3-for-3 with an RBI and three runs; Zeph Delatte, 1-for-3, a double and four RBIs; Zeph Delatte, 1-for-3, a double and four RBIs; Barrett Hover, 2-for-3, two RBIs; Mitchell Sanford, 2-for-4, an RBI; and Seth Giroir, an RBI and a run.
Seth Canty earned the win in relief. In 3.1 innings, he surrendered two hits, walked one and struck out five.
Sanford started the game, and in 1.2 innings, he surrendered four runs — one earned — on one hit with five walks and two strikeouts.
CCHS falls to STM
The Central Catholic Eagles fell to St. Thomas More 8-0 on the road in nondistrict play Monday.
St. Thomas More scored two runs each in the first and third innings and four runs in the fourth.
Luke Barbier suffered the loss. In three innings, he surrendered four runs (two earned) on five hits with three walks, one hit batter and three strikeouts.
Offensively, Central Catholic had one hit as Philip Guarisco finished 1-for-3.