Baseball: St. Paul’s, Kenner Discovery post wins Tuesday

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Area Prep Baseball Report for Wednesday, April 12

St. Paul’s scored two runs early and made it hold up in a 2-1 home win over Northshore in the opening round of the District 6-5A tournament Tuesday.

Braden Farizo was the story, pitching a complete game, allowing no earned run on seven hits. Farizo walked no one and struck out three. The only run scored against him came in the first inning on an error.

Kade Anderson drove in a run on a bases loaded walk and the Wolves (14-12) also scored on the front end of a steal situation where the catcher threw to second while the runner on third sprinted home.

Andrew Powell had two hits and scored a run for the Panthers (13-16) while Ethan Freeman had a double.

Other winners in the opening round included Mandeville, who defeated Hammond 7-1 while Covington downed Slidell 7-1 and Fontainebleau handled Ponchatoula 10-4.

In the semifinals, Mandeville will host St. Paul’s while Fontainebleau will host Covington Wednesday.

Kenner Discovery rallied with two runs in the top of the seventh inning to win 2-1 at Ascension Christian.

Collin Johnson delivered the game-winning hit with a 2-run single. Madden Williams had a double for the Swamp Owls.

Julian Carrona picked up the win, going six innings, allowing one run on four hits. Carrona walked five and struck out one.

Kenner Discovery (17-9) will play Booker T. Washington Thursday at 4 p.m. in a District 9-4A contest.

Area Prep Baseball Results from Tuesday, April 11
Archbishop Shaw 16, Landry 0
Belle Chasse 20, Helen Cox 0
Bogalusa 15, Amite 0 (game one)
Bogalusa 2, Amite 0 (game two)
Bonnabel 10, Ecole Classique 0
Brother Martin 11, Karr 0
Covenant Christian 20, Jeanerette 0
Covington 7, Slidell 1
Doyle 16, Glen Oaks 1 (game one)
Doyle 15, Glen Oaks 0 (game two)
E.D. White Catholic 4, Berwick 3
Fisher 4, East Jefferson 0
Hahnville 2, Destrehan 1
Higgins 11, New Orleans Military & Maritime 1
Holy Cross 6, St. Augustine 1
Jesuit 3, John Curtis Christian 1
Kenner Discovery 2, Ascension Christian 1
Lutcher 7, Morgan City 1
Mandeville 7, Hammond 1
Patterson 10, St. James 6
Pine 3, Albany 1
Slaughter Community Charter 12, Kentwood 1
South Lafourche 11, Ellender 1
St. Charles Catholic 3, Archbishop Rummel 2
St. Martin’s Episcopal 18, Grace King 0
St. Michael 3, French Settlement 1
St. Paul’s 2, Northshore 1
Willow School 12, Booker T. Washington (NO) 2

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