Baseball: St. Charles Catholic, John Curtis, De La Salle, Rummel win Friday

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Area Prep Baseball Report for Saturday, March 11

St. Charles Catholic blanked Holy Cross 2-0 at Tiger Park on Friday.

Brandon Kragle pitched six scoreless innings, striking out five, allowing just three hits to pick up the win. Brady St. Pierre pitched a clean seventh inning to pick up the save.

The Comets scored single runs in the third and fifth innings.

Dax Preegeant had a hit and an RBI while Brady Clement had two hits and a run scored to pace a seven-hit attack. Michael Hotard had a double and walked twice.

Will Andrade, Pierce Brodnax, Brody Forstall and Dominic Pellegrin each had a hit for the Tigers. Chris Servovich pitched well but took the loss.

St. Charles Catholic (7-4-1) returns to action this afternoon at 12:30 against St. Augustine at Mike Miley Stadium. Holy Cross (6-6) returns to action this afternoon at 3 p.m. at Miley against Newman.

John Curtis Christian shut out Newman 13-0 in a game shortened to five innings by the mercy rule on a combined no-hitter by Mississippi State signee Michael O’Brien and Cameron Romano. O’Brien went four innings in his first start of the season before Romano pitched the final inning.

The Patriots (6-4-1) have won three straight games and return to action today at Miley against Chalmette at 10 a.m.

De La Salle won its third straight with a 17-1 win at Bonnabel in a game shortened top three innings by the mercy rule.

The Cavaliers put it away immediately, scoring 14 runs in the top of the first inning. The Cavaliers added two runs in the second and one in the third. The Bruins got their only run in the bottom of the third inning.

Ty Poole had two hits, including a home run and two RBI, Matt Bedi had two hits and three RBI, and Noah Arrevalo had two hits and two RBI to pace a 14-hit attack for De La Salle. Nate Jeansonne, Char Rousse, Dylan Brisset, Chase Crockett and Raleigh Nelson each had a hit and an RBI. It was the first varsity hit for Nelson. Alton Shorts pitched two innings to pick up the win, allowing no hits with two walks and three strikeouts.

J. Stovall and G. Downey each had a hit for Bonnabel. Stovall took the loss.

De La Salle (7-4) returns to action Tuesday night at 6 p.m. at Ponchatoula.

Bonnabel (3-7) will travel to Thibodaux on Monday at 5 p.m.

Archbishop Rummel won 12-1 at Chalmette in a game shortened to five innings by the mercy rule.

The Raiders took a 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning and added a run in the top of the third to make it 3-0. The Owls scored their run in the bottom of the fourth inning. Rummel exploded for nine runs in the fifth inning to finish it.

LSU commit Mikey Ryan and Rhett Centanni each homered for the Raiders while Anthony Journey had two hits, including a triple and three RBI. Brock Bullinger had a hit and two RBI while Giancarlo Arencibia and Evan Burg each drove in a run. Louisiana Tech commit Gavin Nix added a double and a run scored.

Arencibia was dominant on the mound in picking up the win, going the distance while allowing a run and two hits. Arencibia walked one and struck out 10.

Cole Armstrong had an RBI single for Chalmette while Cameron Tipton had a double for the Owls. Cooperr McNamara started and took the loss, going four and a third innings, allowing five earned runs on seven hits.

Rummel (10-4) returns to action today at 5:30 p.m. at Mike Miley Stadium in a rematch against E.D. White Catholic. The Cardinals defeated the Raiders 6-4 this past Tuesday.

Chalmette (7-5) plays John Curtis at Miley this morning.

Area Prep Baseball Results from Friday, March 10

Archbishop Rummel 12, Chalmette 1

Ascension Christian 2, Warren Easton 0

Barbe 17, Vandebilt Catholic 2

Belle Chasse 10, Jewel Sumner 2

Berwick 9, Ascension Catholic 3

Breaux Bridge 5, South Lafourche 2

Brother Martin 6, East Ascension 3

Brother Martin 8, Northshore 4

Central Catholic 12, Houma Christian 2

Central Private 2, Assumption 0

Covington 15, Archbishop Hannan 4

De La Salle 17, Bonnabel 1

Douglass 15, Landry 1

Doyle 11, Northlake Christian 5

Dutchtown 7, Archbishop Shaw 0

E.D. White Catholic 14, Newman 3

Ellender 2, Comeaux 1

Fisher 18, Harrisonburg 0

Fontainebleau 3, Springfield 2

Franklinton 9, Walker 1

Hammond 10, Riverside Academy 6

Higgins 12, Harrisonburg 1

H.L. Bourgeois 3, South Terrebonne 2

John Curtis Christian 13, East St. John 0

Kenner Discovery 10, St. James 4

Live Oak 4, Hahnville 1

Loreauville 17, Morgan City 0

Lutcher 14, Brusly 4

Madison Prep 15, St. Helena 5

Opelousas Catholic 3, Jesuit 1

Patrick Taylor 19, Booker T. Washington (NO) 1

Patterson 20, Slaughter Community Charter 6

Pearl River 6, Pine 1

Riverside Academy 11, Albany 6

Slidell 9, Zachary 4

St. Augustine 7, East St. John 3

St. Charles Catholic 2, Holy Cross 0

St. Martin’s Episcopal 12, Willow School 1

St. Paul’s 4, Lakeshore 2

St. Thomas Aquinas 3, Loranger 0

Terrebonne 6, Iota 1

Thibodaux 12, Woodlawn (BR) 1

Thomas Jefferson 8, Ben Franklin 5

Vandebilt Catholic 9, Destrehan 1

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