Baseball: Mandeville edges Catholic, Riverside gets combined no-hitter Saturday

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Area Prep Baseball Report for Sunday, March 26

Playing a three-game series against defending Division I state champion, Mandeville was very competitive Thursday and Friday but lost by scores of 1-0 and 3-0.

On Saturday, the Skippers scored and broke through for a big win.

The Bears led 2-0 after one inning but Mandeville tied it 2-2 in the top of the third. Catholic took a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the third but the Skippers answered with three runs in the top of the fourth to grab a 5-3 lead. The Bears scored a run in the bottom of the frame to make it 5-4 but Mandeville back in the top of the fifth. The Bears scored a run in the bottom of the seventh but fell short.

University of Louisiana commit Aidan Grab went the distance to pick up the win. Grab allowed three earned runs on seven hits. He walked one and struck out eight. Wes Carr delivered the offense, belting a pair of home runs and drove in five runs. Gabe Gallien added a solo homer. Tyler Fischer added a pair of hits and Will Tamplain had a double for Mandeville.

Clayton Porciau singled, doubled and homered and drove in two runs for Catholic. Daniel Harden had a hit and an RBI for the Bears. Michael Sutton started and took the loss for Catholic.

The Skippers (8-13) open District 6-5A play Monday at 4 p.m. at Northshore.

Riverside Academy edged Ellender 2-1 at Houma Saturday.

Freshman Ayden Bullock and eighth-graders Cruz Cambre combined for a no-hitter for the Rebels. Jayce Ruiz had two hits while Thomas Mazella and Luke Hymel each drove in a run.

Riverside (12-7-1) will play at Ecole Classique Tuesday at 4 p.m. in a District 10-1A contest.

Area Prep Baseball Results from Saturday, March 25
Albany 15, Kentwood 0
Archbishop Hannan 7, De La Salle 6
Archbishop Rummel 14, Holy Cross 6
Ascension Episcopal 2, Newman 1
Assumption 10, Catholic (PC) 2
Belle Chasse 7, H.L. Bourgeois 1
Berwick 6, South Terrebonne 5
Brother Martin 7, St. Paul’s 5
Central Catholic 11, Beau Chene 4 (game one)
Central Catholic 5, Beau Chene 3 (game two)
Denham Springs 8, Terrebonne 2 (game one)
Denham Springs 11, Terrebonne 1 (game two)
Destrehan 13, Slidell 2 (game one)
Destrehan 7, Slidell 4 (game two)
Donaldsonville 24, Tara 19
Fisher 11, Ben Franklin 1
Hahnville 9, E.D. White Catholic 2
Haynes Academy 10, Bonabel 4
Jesuit 15, Karr 0
Jewel Sumner 7, Independence 0
John Curtis Christian 13, St. Augustine 2
Kenner Discovery 16, Maurepas 7
Lakeshore 10, Northlake Christian 0
Madison Prep 18, West St. John 0 (game one)
West St. John 20, Madison Prep 16 (game two)
Mandeville 6, Catholic (BR) 5
Morgan City 12, St. Martinville 1
Patrick Taylor 19, East St. John 2 (game one)
Patrick Taylor 11, East St. John 5 (game two)
Riverside Academy 2, Ellender 1
South Lafourche 26, Booker T. Washington (NO) 0
South Plaquemines 14, Landry 7
St. Amant 2, St. Charles Catholic 1
St. James 8, Patterson 2
St. Martin’s Episcopal 14, Holden 1
St. Michael 7, Central Lafourche 3 (game one)
St. Thomas Aquinas 11, Ponchatoula 9
Central Lafourche 6, St. Michael 2 (game two)
Vandebilt Catholic 6, Covington 2 (game one)
Vandebilt Catholic 13, Covington 8 (game two)
West Feliciana 11, Springfield 5

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