Soccer: Hahnville rallies for 3-2 district win over Rummel

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Area Prep Soccer Report for Wednesday, Jan. 26

It has been a very good year for Archbishop Rummel in soccer as the Raiders have established themselves as a Division I contender.

Perhaps other teams in Division I should take notice of Hahnville.

The Tigers rallied from a 2-0 deficit Tuesday to surprise the Raiders 3-2 in Boutte.

Rummel scored a goal in the first half and another early in the second half.

They, the Tigers roared back.

Ethan Maher, Luke Folse and Owen Fontenot each scored goals to overcome the deficit to post a huge win.

The Tigers are 28th in the new LHSAA Division I power rankings released today while Rummel is sixth.

Hahnville (11-6-3) will close out its regular season on Friday, hosting Thibodaux. Rummel (18-6-2) travels to Zachary at 6 p.m. Thursday.

Area Prep Soccer Results from Tuesday, Jan. 25

Boys
Brother Martin 4, Newman 0
De La Salle 2, Sophie B. Wright 0
Hahnville 3, Archbishop Rummel 2
Haynes Academy 3, E.D. White Catholic 2
Helen Cox 8, Landry 0
Holy Cross 2, Ben Franklin 0
Kenner Discovery 1, Riverdale 0
Lutcher 3, Morgan City 2
Mandeville 4, Hammond 0
Northshore 8, Covington 0
Pearl River 8, Sarah Reed 0
St. Paul’s 8, Ponchatoula 0

Girls
Belle Chasse 3, Academy of Our Lady 2
Cabrini 3, Kenner Discovery 0
Destrehan 7, Riverside Academy 1
Grace King 2, Riverdale 1
Haynes Academy 4, E.D. White Catholic 1
Helen Cox 8, Landry 0
Mandeville 8, Hammond 0
Mount Carmel Academy 8, Chalmette 0
Pope John Paul II 1, Academy of The Sacred Heart (NO) 0
St. Scholastica 9, Ponchatoula 1
St. Thomas Aquinas 2, Franklinton 0

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