Retif Oil, Malcolm Dienes, Courcelle Law, Ponstein’s, Hahnville win Monday in CCS Prep League

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CCS Prep Summer League

The top two teams in the Crescent City Sports Prep Summer League took care of business Monday.

One was a walk-off win in thrilling fashion while the other was a dominant pitching performance.

At John Ryan Stadium, Jesuit-based Retif Oil scored a run in the bottom of the seventh inning on a wild pitch to edge Newman 3-2. It was the third straight win for the Oilers.

The Greenies scored twice in the top of the third to take a 2-0 lead before Retif Oil scored a run in the bottom of the third and added a run in the bottom of the fourth to tie it, setting the table for the walk-off win.

Gates Barre’ had a hit and an RBI while Alex Jeansonne also drove in a run for Retif Oil (7-1). William Good added a double.

Barre’ started and went four innings, allowing three hits and two runs. Barre’ walked one and struck out four. Outstanding left-hander Lee Bridgewater relieved and pitched three scoreless innings, allowing no hits with a walk and three strikeouts to pick up the win.

Tucker Joseph started for Newman and pitched outstanding, going six innings, allowing two unearned runs on three hits. Joseph walked two and struck out five. Iv Guillot took the loss, allowing the winning run on the wild pitch after allowing two hits.

Newman (3-7) hurt itself, committing four errors.

Archbishop Rummel-based Malcolm Dienes kept pace with a 6-0 victory over Lutcher-based Atalco at Lutcher. It was the fifth straight win for Malcolm Dienes.

The story was the pitching of Shane Hirstius, who went the distance, hurling a two-hitter. Hirstius walked just one and struck out nine, using 94 pitches.

Malcolm Dienes (6-1-1) got single runs in the top of the second, third and fourth innings to take a 3-0 lead before exploding for three runs in the sixth inning to put the game away.

Rhett Centanni continued his hot hitting with two hits, including a two-run homer. Ruben Ramirez went 3 for 3 with an RBI and Gavin Nix had two hits and an RBI.

Gavin Lebouef took the loss for Atalco (3-4-1), going five innings, allowing three runs (two earned) on five hits. Lebouef walked four and struck out two. Brady Roques gave up three runs on three hits in one inning before Trayce Millet pitched the final inning and did not allow a run. Lebouef and Carson LeBlanc each had a single for the only offense.

De La Salle-based Courcelle Law scored an impressive road win, 6-5 at Northshore-based Peck’s Seafood.

Courcelle Law (2-6) jumped out early with four runs in the top of the first inning but Peck’s Seafood rallied to take a 5-4 lead with three runs in the bottom of the second, one in the third and a run in the fourth inning.

Courcelle Law tied it with a run in the fifth and scored the winning run in the seventh inning.

Ty Poole had three hits, including two doubles and an RBI while Dylan Brisset had a double and two RBI. Noah Arrevalo had two hits and three runs scored and Collier Crockett drove in a run for the Cavaliers.

Zach Brisset went three innings, allowing two runs on five hits while Dylan Brisset pitched four innings, allowing three unearned runs on five hits.

Noah Lasseigne and Hunter Wingrave each had two hits and an RBI while David Cantrelle and Grant Simmons each had a hit and an RBI for Peck’s Seafood (6-4).

Joshua Matt went two-thirds of an inning, allowing four runs on three hits before Ethan Freeman took over on the mound and went three and two-third innings, allowing a run on three hits. Freeman walked just one and struck out seven. Brody Dukes took the loss, allowing a run on two hits in two and two-third innings with two walks and a strikeout.

Holy Cross-based Ponstein’s Food Store remained hot, shutting out Chalmette-based Gulf Coast Bank & Trust 3-0 at Noel Suarez Stadium for its third straight win.

After four scoreless innings, Ponstein’s (6-4) broke through for two runs in the top of the fifth and added an insurance run in the seventh inning.

Mason Smith was superb, pitching six shutout innings, allowing just one hit. Smith walked three and struck out five to pick up the win. Cole Killian pitched a scoreless seventh inning to get the save.

Ryder Planchard had two hits, including a double, with two RBI while Brody Forstall had a hit and an RBI. Chris Sercovich added two hits and two runs scored for the Tigers.

Jimmy Corley took the loss for Gulf Coast Bank & Trust (3-6), going five innings, allowing two runs on five hits with a walk and five strikeouts. Devin Dipascal pitched the final two innings, yielding an unearned run on two hits. Cole Armstrong had two hits for the Owls.

At Boutte, Hahnville shut out Ascension Catholic-based State Farm 3-0.

Scoreless into the fourth inning, the Tigers scored single runs in the bottom of the fourth, fifth and sixth innings.

Patrick Sander was brilliant on the mound, pitching six scoreless innings, allowing just one hit. Sander walked just two and struck out eight. C. Armstrong had two hits for the Owls.

Tyler Jones pitched a scoreless inning to wrap it up, allowing two hits.

Aidan Machado and Talan Theriot each had two hits for Hahnville (4-3-1) while Kason Alexander had a hit and an RBI. Sammy Simoneaux added an RBI.

State Farm fell to 0-6 with the defeat.

At Mike Miley Stadium in Metairie, St. Charles Catholic-based Cretin Townsend Homes and John Curtis Christian-based River Ridge played to a 7-7 tie in a game called after nine innings in a contest streamed live on Crescent City Sports.

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