Baseball: St. Aug, Mandeville, Ben Franklin win Monday

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Area Prep Baseball Report for Tuesday, March 8

St. Augustine has now won three straight games after a 9-2 victory Monday over St. Martin’s Episcopal at RBI Field at Wesley Barrow Stadium.

Freshman Bryce Robinson got the win, going five innings, allowing just one hit. Robinson did not walk anyone and struck out one.

Genesis Prosper led the offense with a pair of triples and an RBI, R. Stripling had a hit and two RBI and J. Duroncelay had a pair of hits as part of a seven-hit attack.

St. Augustine (5-3) returns to action Wednesday at Central at 7 p.m.

The Saints (1-7) play at Northlake Christian next Wednesday, March 15.

Mandeville snapped a four-game losing streak with a 4-3 home victory over Holy Cross Monday.

Jack Roberts picked up the win, going four innings, allowing two earned runs while Remy Marsh pitched three shutout innings, striking out four to get the save. Kaden Stevens had two hits and stole three bases while Gabe Gaillen had a hit and an RBI to pace the offense.

The Skippers (2-9) face a tall task at Barbe in tournament action Saturday while the Tigers (2-8) dropped its fourth straight game and the Tigers will play South Lafourche and Newman in tournament action Thursday.

Ben Franklin pulled out a dramatic 7-6 win over Karr at RBI Field at Wesley Barrow Stadium.

The Falcons trailed 6-4 going to the bottom of the seventh and rallied for three runs for the victory.

Isaac Jabaley went five and a third innings before Montreal Cage cam on and pitched one and two-third innings and picked up the win.

Jabaley had three hits at the plate and scored the winning run on Scott Gottche’s infield single just inside the third base line with two outs in the bottom of the seventh.

Ben Franklin (3-3) returns to action next Monday at Country Day while the Cougars (0-3) travels to John Ehret next Monday.

Area Prep Baseball Results from Monday, March 7
Ben Franklin 7, Karr 6
Bogalusa 18, Amite 0
Carver 8, Warren Easton 6
Chalmette 15, East St. John 0
Covenant Christian 28, Crescent City Christian 1
E.D. White Catholic 7, Archbishop Hannan 3
French Settlement 14, Jewel Sumner 1
Hammond 15, Holden 0
Mandeville 4, Holy Cross 3
Morgan City 14, Donaldsonville 3
South Plaquemines 7, Booker T. Washington (NO) 6
St. Augustine 9, St. Martin’s Episcopal 2
St. James 11, West St. John 1
Varnado 20, Mount Hermon 8

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