Rummel-Jesuit set for Sunday afternoon live on 106.1 FM, internet

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John Ryan Stadium

The second game in the District 9-5A series pitting Archbishop Rummel against Jesuit is now set for Sunday, April 18 at 2 p.m. at John Ryan Stadium.

The Raiders will serve as the home team in a game that was originally scheduled for Kirsch-Rooney Stadium, where the game was moved from due to wet grounds.

John Ryan Stadium has an all turf field which will provide an opportunity for the game to be played.

The game will be broadcast live on 106.1 FM NASH ICON and worldwide at www.nashfm1061.com.

Cumulus New Orleans Sports Director Ken Trahan of CrescentCitySports.com will have the play-by-play call while former Major League and Southeastern Louisiana pitcher Kirk Bullinger, Gibbs Construction American Legion head coach Danny Riehm former Tulane pitcher Kenny Francingues will provide analysis.

Jesuit took game one of the series 4-2 last Saturday.

The Blue Jays (24-4, 4-4) are coming off of a tough 2-1 loss in nine innings to Brother Martin on Thursday.

Jesuit is led by catcher and Dartmouth commit Zack Casebonne, who is batting .417 with a home run and 27 RBI, along with outfielder Tripp Haddad, who is hitting .412 with two home runs and 37 RBI.

The Raiders (14-8, 2-5) have dropped five straight games and have not played since the loss to Jesuit.

Rummel is led by right fielder and Louisiana Tech signee Kyle Walker, who is batting .381 with a home run, 14 RBI and 12 stolen bases, along with centerfielder Lance Johnson, batting .378 with 17 RBI and nine stolen bases.

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