Cretin Townsend Homes, Hahnville, Mortgage Gumbo, Malcolm Dienes winners in Thursday CCSL action

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Coming off a Division III state championship prep season, St. Charles Catholic-based Cretin Townsend Homes has its eyes on trying to win another title.

The Comets are positioning themselves well.

Cretin Townsend Homes dominated from start to finish in a 10-0 victory over Lutcher-based Atalco in a game shortened to five innings by the mercy rule at LaPlace in Crescent City Sports Prep Summer League play Thursday.

The Comets (8-3-1) scored two runs in the first inning, scored five runs in the fourth and finished it with three runs in the bottom of the fifth inning.

Hudson Heltz stole the show for Cretin Townsend Homes. He was the winning pitcher, going four and a third scoreless innings, allowing four hits with no walks and a strikeout.

Braden Kragle finished the final two-thirds inning on the bump for the Comets.

At the plate, Heltz went 2 for 2 with a home run and four RBI. Ayden Authement had two hits and an RBI. Brady Clement had a hit and an RBI, Brady St. Pierre drove in a run and Brayden Bertucci added two hits for Cretin Townsend Homes.

Luke Babin started and took the loss for Atalco (4-6-1), going four innings, allowing seven runs (four earned) on six hits. Gavin Gill finished on the mound for the Lutcher-based squad. Atalco committed four errors.

Luke Babin, Quinn Smith, Chaduthaddeus Carter and Brady Roques each had a single for Atalco.

Hahnville (6-3-1) broke open a close game late with six runs in the bottom of the sixth inning and whipped Chalmette-based Gulf Coast Bank & Trust 10-2.

Each team scored a run in the first inning before Hahnville scored twice in the bottom of the fourth inning to take a 3-1 lead. Each team scored a run again in the fifth inning and it was 4-2 before Hahnville exploded in the sixth inning.

Truman Moyer led a 13-hit attack for the Tigers with two hits and three RBI. Sammy Simoneaux had two hits and two RBI and Chase Morales and Jake Risinger each had two hits and an RBI. Aidan Machado had a hit and an RBI while Donovan Friloux and Ryan Gregson each contributed a pair of hits.

Noah Chauvin went five innings, allowing two runs on four hits to pick up the win. Chauvin walked no one and struck out four. Hayden Plaisance pitched two perfect innings in relief, striking out three to pick up the save.

Gulf Coast Bank & Trust dropped to 3-8 with the defeat.

The Lakeshore-based Mortgage Gumbo Titans whipped Archbishop Shaw-based Refuel 8-2 at home.

Mortgage Gumbo (5-5) scored a run in the bottom of the first before both teams scored a run in the second to make it 2-1. Mortgage Gumbo pulled away with a run in the fourth, two runs in the fifth and three runs in the sixth inning.

G. Cogan starred for the Titans with three hits, including a home run, double and single and drove in three runs. G. Dalton and E. Griffin each added an RBI and E. Lirette had a hit and two runs scored. P. Silva picked up the win, going four innings, allowing a run on two hits with a walk and five strikeouts. D. Anderson pitched the final three innings, allowing a run on two hits with two strikeouts.

Gavin Richard went the distance for Refuel (3-8) and took the loss, allowing eight runs but only two earned. The Eagles victimized Richard by committing seven errors. Jacob Pereira had a hit and an RBI while Nate Billiot added an RBI for Refuel. Hayden Parcle added two hits.

In Metairie, Archbishop Rummel-based Malcolm Dienes won its sixth straight game, handling Newman 10-0 in a game shortened to four and a half innings by the mercy rule.

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