CCS Prep League: River Ridge, Hahnville, Peck’s Seafood, Retif Oil, Ponstein’s score wins Monday
It was a busy Monday in the Crescent City Sports Prep Summer League.
The John Curtis-based River Ridge Patriots shut out Archbishop Shaw-based Refuel 5-0 at Mike Miley Stadium.
The game was scoreless into the bottom of the fifth inning when the Patriots (3-1) scored twice before breaking it open with three runs in sixth inning.
Isaiah Spann had a hit and two RBI while Dylan Gilbert had a hit and an RBI to pace the River Ridge attack. Juan Washington drove in a run for Curtis. Alex Lagasse pitched five scoreless innings, allowing just two hits. He walked two and struck out five. Andrew Martinez finished the shutout with two scoreless innings, striking out four.
Refuel had just three hits, one each by Gavin Richard, Kaden Robichaux and Jacob Pereira. Richard went the distance, allowing five runs (three earned) on six hits. Richard walked no one and struck out six.
Hahnville downed De La Salle-based Courcelle Law 4-1.
All of the scoring was done in the second inning with Courcelle Law scoring once before Hahnville answered with four runs.
Jaden Rosales pitched six strong innings to pick up the win. Rosales allowed just four hits and struck out four. Beau Parker and Sammy Simoneaux each drove in a run for Hahnville.
Northshore-based Peck’s Seafood handled Lakeshore-based Mortgage Gumbo 6-1.
Peck Seafood scored twice in the bottom of the fourth and added four more in the fifth inning. The Titans got their only run in the sixth inning.
Andrew Powell belted a home run as one of his two hits and drove in four runs while Noah Lasseigne had two his and an RBI and Jack Buell had a hit and an RBI for Peck Seafood. David Cantrelle and Hayden Wingrave each had a pair of hits as part of a 12-hit attack.
Lasseigne got the win in relief of Joshua Matt. Lasseigne went three innings, allowing no runs on two hits. He walked four and struck out two. Buell finished up with two innings, allowing an unearned run. Matt pitched two scoreless frames.
Mikey Wisner had a hit and drove in the lone run for Mortgage Gumbo. Jack Hurley took the loss, going four innings, allowing two runs on five hits. Dalton Anderson allowed five runs on five hits before Jackson Laverine finished up for the Titans.
Jesuit-based Retif Oil moved to 3-0 with a 3-2 win over St. Charles Catholic-based Cretin Townsend Homes at John Ryan Stadium.
The Oilers scored a run in the bottom of the first and added a run in the fifth to take a 2-0 lead. Cretin Townsend Homes tied it with two runs in the top of the seventh before Retif Oil scored a run in the bottom of the seventh for the win.
Hudson Holtz and Brady Clement each drove in a run in the seventh inning for the Comets, who had just two hits in the game, including one each by Ayden Authement and Holtz.
Brady Clement took the loss in relief. Ian Arnett started and gave way to Jackson Monica before Clement finished up.
Everett Denny was 3-for-3 for Retif Oil while William Soter and Hunter Oufnac each had two hits and an RBI. Alex Jeansonne added two hits and Gates Barre’ drove in a run.
Barre’ started and pitched four scoreless, hitless innings, walking three and striking out three. Bryce Pitts and Scout Hughes followed before Lee Bridgewater came on and picked up the win.
Holy Cross Ponstein’s Food Store whipped St. Paul’s-based In & Out Urgent Care 7-2 in Covington.
Ponstein’s (3-1) scored a run in the first, added two in the second, two in the third and two more in the top of the fifth to take a commanding 7-0 lead. In & Out Urgent Care scored a run in the bottom of the fifth and added a run in the sixth to complete the scoring.
Blake Chauvin drove in three runs for the Tigers, Chris Sercovich had a hit and two RBI and Jeffery Louis and Luka Saltaformaggio each had a hit and an RBI.
Will Andrade pitched four shutout innings, allowing just two hits with a walk and four strikeouts to pick up the win. Ross Klein relieved and pitched the final three innings, allowing two runs on three hits.
Matthew Cody had a hit and an RBI while Marcus Newfield had two hits for the Wolves (1-2).
Starter Braden Farizo took the loss, allowing three runs on two hits in 1 1/3 innings. John Montour, James Hardwick and Brennan Kiem followed Farizo to the mound.
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