Baseball: Northshore downs Shaw

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Area Prep Baseball Report for Wednesday, March 15

In a back-and-forth contest Tuesday evening in Marrero, Northshore and Archbishop Shaw were tied heading to the seventh inning.

The Panthers came up huge, scoring six runs to defeat the Eagles 10-4 at Winterscheidt Stadium.

The Panthers took a 1-0 lead with a run in the top of the second inning before the Eagles grabbed a 2-1 lead in the third inning. Northshore recaptured the lead at 4-2 with three runs in the top of the fifth inning before Shaw tied it with a pair of runs in the bottom of the sixth.

Senior Andrew Powell and junior Grant Simmons each had a hit and two RBI while senior Anthony Tamborella and senior Jack Buell each had two hits and an RBI for the Panthers. Junior Hayden Wingrave and sophomore Ayden Strecker each had a hit and an RBI.

Simmons picked up the win, going six innings, allowing three earned runs on four hits. Simmons walked two and struck out seven. Jordan Fugate pitched the final scoreless frame.

Julyan Clarks had three hits and an RBI for Shaw while Dalton Davidson and Blair Mills each drove in a run.

Northshore (5-10) will play De La Salle Thursday. Shaw (2-13) will host Mullen High of Colorado Thursday night.

Area Prep Baseball Results from Tuesday, March 14
Archbishop Hannan 2, Chalmette 0
Assumption 6, E.D. White Catholic 2
Ben Franklin 8, Warren Easton 2
Brother Martin 2, Archbishop Rummel 1
Catholic (BR) 10, Pearl River 0
Catholic (PC) 8, Kenner Discovery 0
Covenant Christian 22, Belle Chasse 6
De La Salle 6, Ponchatoula 5
Denham Springs 10, Springfield 0
Donaldsonville 15, White Castle 11
Doyle 11, Port Allen 0 (game one)
Doyle 12, Port Allen 1 (game two)
East St. John 11, John F. Kennedy 4
Ecole Classique 18, Varnado 2
Fisher 12, West Jefferson 2
Fontainebleau 7, Lakeshore 4
Franklinton 12, Pine 2
Hahnville 13, South Plaquemines 0
Haynes Academy 8, St. James 2
Jewel Sumner 7, Bogalusa 3
John Curtis Christian 10, St. Thomas Aquinas 0
Live Oak 6, Destrehan 5
Morgan City 12, Highland Baptist 5
Morris Jeff 16, McMain 3
Newman 12, Terrebonne 5
Northshore 10, Archbishop Shaw 4
Patterson 16, Slaughter Community Charter 0
Pope John Paul II 2, Covington 1
Riverdale 11, John Ehret 1
South Terrebonne 13, Central Lafourche 5
St. Amant 6, Central Catholic 1
St. Augustine 7, Jesuit 4
St. Charles Catholic 8, Lutcher 2
Teurlings Catholic 6, Berwick 5
Thibodaux 7, Ellender 5
Vandebilt Catholic 9, H.L. Bourgeois 1
Walker 10, French Settlement 0
West Feliciana 8, Albany 7
West St. John 13, Crescent City Christian 3

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