Soccer: Catholic High, Hahnville post wins in final regular season games

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Catholic of Baton Rouge traveled to Mandeville and handled the Skippers 3-0.

Evan Dille was the star for the Bears, scoring a pair of goals while Patrick Mensah added the third goal for Catholic (15-2-2). It was the fifth straight win for Catholic, which was second in the most recent LHSAA Division I power rankings behind St. Paul’s. The Bears figure to get the second-seed when pairings are announced later today. Mandeville (5-10-4) was 27th and may miss the playoffs.

Hahnville closed its regular season with a 2-1 victory over Carver at Boutte.

Matt Boyer and Jordan Dempster scored goals for the Tigers (5-12-4) but Hahnville will still miss the Division I playoffs. The Rams (6-7-2) are on the outside looking in at the Division II playoffs as well.

Tuesday’s scores

Boys

New Orleans Area

Archbishop Hannan 0, Northlake Christian 0

Brother Martin 0, Jesuit 0

Catholic (BR) 3, Mandeville 0

Country Day 16, Lutheran 0

Country Day 8, Lutheran 0

Helen Cox 4, Landry-Walker 2

De La Salle 0, Ben Franklin 0

John Ehret 2, Bonnabel 1

Hahnville 2, Carver 1

Holy Cross 1, Denham Springs 0

McMain 2, NOMMA 2

Pearl River 1, Ponchatoula 0

Riverside 5, Brighton 1

Slidell 3, Archbishop Rummel 2

St. Thomas Aquinas 2, Woodlawn (BR) 2

Patrick Taylor 4, Fisher 2

West Jefferson 2, Higgins 1

Baton Rouge Area

Brusly 7, Livonia 0

Episcopal 2, St. Michael 1

Lee 3, Belaire 2

Live Oak 8, Plaquemine 0

St. Amant 1, Walker 0

University 4, Zachary 2

Bayou Area

Covenant Christian 2, Houma Christian 0

East Ascension 2, H.L. Bourgeois 0

E.D. White Catholic 3, Vandebilt Catholic 1

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