Baseball: Wilson perfect for Chalmette; Destrehan, Northshore with good road wins Tuesday
Area Prep Baseball Report for Wednesday, March 22
Chalmette blasted John Ehret 15-0 in the District 8-5A opener for both teams at Noel Suarez Stadium in a game shortened to five innings by the mercy rule.
The story was Bryce Wilson, who pitched a perfect game for the Owls. Wilson was masterful, striking out 11.
Cameron Tipton led the offense with a triple, double and four RBI. Evan Jacob had two hits for the Owls, who have won three straight games.
Both teams return to district play Thursday.
Chalmette (11-8, 1-0) travels to Grace King at 5 p.m. while the Patriots (5-10, 0-1) host West Jefferson at 4 p.m.
Destrehan defeated E.D. White Catholic 12-6 at Thibodaux.
Jonah Haslauer led the way for the Wildcats with three doubles and four RBI while Walker Dew added two hits. Brycen Harding picked up his third win of the season.
Both teams return to action Thursday.
The Cardinals (11-6) will host Central Private at 3:30 p.m. while Destrehan (10-7) will host Northshore at 4 p.m.
Northshore (8-10) won its fourth straight game, winning 10-0 at Denham Springs.
Grant Simmons was terrific on the mound, pitching a complete game two-hitter. Tyson Hailey had three hits and an RBI, Anthony Tamborella had two hits and two RBI and Jack Buell had two hits and an RBI to pace an 11-hit attack.
Area Prep Baseball Results from Tuesday, March 21
Archbishop Rummel 7, St. Augustine 3
Archbishop Shaw 3, Hahnville 0
Ascension Catholic 6, Newman 3
Assumption 4, Thibodaux 2
Bonnabel 15, Grace King 1
Brother Martin 8, John Curtis Christian 2
Catholic (BR) 4, Pope John Paul II 1
Centerville 13, Jeanerette 0
Central Lafourche 13, St. James 4
Chalmette 15, John Ehret 0
Country Day 11, Riverdale 3
Crescent City Christian 10, Ecole Classique 3
Destrehan 12, E.D. White Catholic 6
Doyle 15, Madison Prep 0 (game one)
Doyle 16, Madison Prep 0 (game to)
East Jefferson 22, West Jefferson 0
Fisher 10, Willow School 5
Hammond 12, Scotlandville 1
Houma Christian 7, Northlake Christian 6
Jesuit 6, Holy Cross 2
Jewel Sumner 19, Amite 1
Kenner Discovery 9, Higgins 6
McDonogh (35) 15, Abramson 4
Morgan City 5, Ellender 4
Northshore 10, Denham Springs 0
Riverside Academy 13, West St. John 1
Slidell 7, H.L. Bourgeois 0
South Terrebonne 10, South Lafourche 6
St. Paul’s 7, De La Salle 3
St. Martin’s Episcopal 16, Varnado 0
St. Thomas Aquinas 3, Ascension Episcopal 2
Terrebonne 8, Liberty 5
Thomas Jefferson 8, Patterson 4
Vandebilt Catholic 4, Lutcher 3
Warren Easton 11, Douglass 1
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