Retif Oil rallies late for win; Cretin Homes, Hahnville victorious Tuesday in CCS Prep Summer League
Jesuit-based Retif Oil rallied to edge Chalmette-based Gulf Coast Bank & Trust 5-4 at Noe Suarez Stadium.
Trailing 4-1, the Oilers scored twice in the sixth and scored two runs in the seventh inning to take a dramatic victory.
Retif Oil (8-1) scored a run in the top of the first inning before Gulf Coast Bank & Trust put up three runs in the bottom of the third inning to lead 3-1. The Owls scored again in the fifth inning to make it 4-1.
After scoring twice in the sixth, Retif Oil staged the winning rally in the seventh inning.
Alex Jeansonne singled and advanced to second on an errant pickoff attempt. William Soter singled home Jeansonne to tie the game. Patrick Berrigan walked, Jake Moreci moved him to second with a sacrifice bunt and Gates Barre’ was hit by a pitch. Scout Hughes singled in Soter with the winning run.
William Good had three hits, including a double and an RBI while Soter had a hit and two RBI. Everett Denny had a hit and RBI.
Bryce Pitts started for Retif Oil and went two and two-third innings, allowing three runs on three hits. Jack Ainsworth got the win in relief, pitching four and a third innings, allowing one unearned run on four hits. Ainsworth walked three and struck out five.
Joe Monaghan took the loss for Gulf Coast Bank & Trust (3-7) in relief. Bryce Wilson started and went four strong innings, allowing a run on two hits. Kyler Tipton came on in relief before Monaghan took the mound. Devin Dipascal pitched the final inning. Monaghan went 3 for 3 with a double and an RBI while Cole Armstrong and Alen Duvio each drove in a run for the Owls.
At LaPlace, St. Charles Catholic-based Cretin Townsend Homes whipped Northshore-based Peck’s Seafood 93.
The Comets (7-3-1) scored three runs in the bottom of the first inning before Peck’s Seafood cut the deficit to 3-1 with a run in the top of the fourth. Cretin Townsend Homes broke it open with four runs in the bottom of the fourth to make it 7-1 and added single runs in the fifth and sixth innings and it was 9-1. Peck’s Seafood scored twice in the top of the seventh inning to account for the final margin.
Brayden Bertucci had three hits and an RBI, Jackson Monica tripled home a pair of runs, Hudson Heltz drove in a pair of runs and Ayden Authement added an RBI for Cretin Townsend Homes. Arnett picked up the win, going six innings, allowing a run on two hits. Arnett walked no one and struck out two. Bertucci pitched the final inning.
At Avenger Field, Hahnville broke open a close game late with an avalanche of runs in a 13-1 victory over Newman.
The Greenies (3-8) took a 1-0 lead with a run in the bottom of the fifth inning on an RBI single by Will Zurik.
Then came the outbreak of offense from the Tigers (5-3-1), who scored nine runs in the sixth inning and added four more in the seventh.
Talan Theriot had three hits and two RBI, Kason Alexander had two hits, including a triple, and two RBI, Aidan Machado had a double and three RBI, Jake Risinger had two hits and two RBI, Chase Morales registered three hits and an RBI and Beau Parker and Truman Moyer each had a hit and an RBI for Hahnville as part of a 15-hit attack.
Kohi Ducote went the distance, allowing a run on six hits to pick up the win. Ducote used just 63 pitches, walking no one and striking out one.
Iv Guillot had two hits for Newman. Guillot took the loss, going five and a third innings, allowing seven runs (six earned) on eight hits with a walk and two strikeouts.
Peck’s Seafood fell to 6-5 with the loss.
De La Salle-based Courcelle Law played to a 6-6 tie with Lutcher-based Atalco at Lutcher.
Courcelle Law (2-6-1) took a 4-0 lead with two runs in the top of the first and two more in the second inning before Atalco scored a run in the second inning to make it 4-1. Courcelle Law extended the lead to 6-1 with two runs in the top of the fourth before Atalco rallied with four runs in the sixth inning and a run in the seventh before the game was called.
Gavin Kimble had three hits and four RBI for Courcelle Law, Zach Brisset had two hits and an RBI and Noah Arrevalo had a hit and an RBI for the Cavaliers. Matt Bedi pitched five strong innings, allowing just one run on four hits. Merrick Perry pitched the final two innings, allowing five runs on five hits.
Colin Roques had a hit and three RBI, Chaduthaddeus Carter and Gavin Lebouef each had a hit and an RBI and Kai Brown had three hits for Atalco (4-5-1). Brown went four innings on the mound for the Bulldogs, allowing six runs (5 earned) on eight hits. Gavin Gill pitched two scoreless innings, allowing one hit before Mason Montz pitched the final inning, allowing no runs or hits with one strikeout.
In a game aired live on Crescent City Sports, Brother Martin-based K’s for Kids downed Archbishop Shaw-based Refuel 5-2 at Winterscheidt Stadium.
At Tiger Park, Holy Cross-based Ponstein’s Food Store edged the Lakeshore-based Mortgage Gumbo Titans 1-0 for their fourth straight win.
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