Baseball: Brother Martin stays hot with shutout win over Seattle Prep

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Area Prep Baseball Report for Sunday, May 17

They are the top-ranked team in the Division I power rankings heading into district play.

The Brother Martin Crusaders remained red hot, blanking Seattle Prep of Washington 9-0 Saturday at John Ryan Stadium.

The Crusaders scored three in the bottom of the first and added another run in the second to make it 4-0. They scored two in the third and finished the scoring with three runs in the bottom of the fourth.

Brennan Stuprich had two hits and an RBI while Blake Bufkin and Ethan Moser each had a double and an RBI to pace the Brother Martin attack. Brady Faust added a hit and an RBI.

Brandon Bonura pitched five shutout innings to pick up the victory. Bonura allowed just two hits, walked one and struck out four. Tyler Velino and Ethan Dupas each finished with a shutout inning for Brother Martin.

The Crusaders (14-1) have now won seven straight games and will face Hahnville this afternoon before opening District 9-5A play Tuesday at John Ryan Stadium against Jesuit at 6:30 p.m.

Area Prep Baseball Results from Saturday, May 16

New Orleans Area

Albany 3, Pine 1

Archbishop Hannan 9, Slidell 7

Archbishop Rummel 10, St. Michael 0 (game one)

Archbishop Rummel 10, St. Michael 2 (game two)

Barbe 10, Covington 0

Brother Martin 9, Seattle Prep (WA) 0

DeQuincy 10, St. Augustine 6

Donaldsonville 18, McDonogh 35 2

Lakeshore 13, Morgan City 3

Lakeshore 8, St. Amant 2

Live Oak 5, Hahnville 3

Live Oak 4, Northshore 3

Loranger 8, Pine 6

Loranger 4, Springfield 3

Mandeville 10, Chalmette 6

Ponchatoula 5, St. Charles Catholic 2

Sterlington 16, Covington 6

Byrd 11, St. Thomas Aquinas 4 (game one)

Seattle Prep (WA) 2, Jesuit 1

South Beauregard 5, St. Augustine 4

South Terrebonne 2, Warren Easton 1

St. Charles Catholic 19, South Plaquemines 2

St. Paul’s 8, Newman 2 (game one)

St. Paul’s 13, Newman 3 (game two)

St. Thomas Aquinas 5, Byrd 4 (game two)

Baton Rouge Area

Acadiana 3, Central 2

Anacoco 12, French Settlement 1

H.L. Bourgeois 4, Lutcher 3

Broadmoor 18, Istrouma 4

Carencro 11, Plaquemine 1 (game one)

Carencro 8, Plaquemine 3 (game two)

Central 4, Lafayette 3

Denham Springs 6, Acadiana 0

Doyle 2, Maurepas 0

East Ascension 14, Loreauville 2

Episcopal 10, Brusly 4

Harrisonburg 15, Madison Prep 14

Jonesboro-Hodge 7, False River 0

Parkview Baptist 14, Catholic (NI) 0

Lafayette 10, Denham Springs 2

Lafayette Christian 6, Walker 4

Lutcher 12, South Plaquemines 6

Many 20, False River 2

Merryville 8, Holden 2

Mount Hermon 21, East Beauregard 11

Scotlandville 11, Slaughter Community Charter 0

St. John 5, Dunham 4

St. Thomas More 8, Walker 2

Sulphur 4, Dutchtown 2

Vinton 10, Madison Prep 9

West Feliciana 11, Scotlandville 5

West Ouachita 9, Zachary 6

White Castle 10, Broadmoor 4

White Castle 8, Port Allen 4

Bayou Area

Assumption 9, Houma Christian 2

Assumption 10, St. James 0

Berwick 9, St. John 0

Catholic (PC) 9, Central Catholic 5

Lakeshore 13, Morgan City 3

Patterson 2, New Iberia 1

Patterson 9, Westgate 7

South Lafourche 4, Westlake 3

University High 6, Berwick 0

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