Soccer: Holy Cross edges Rummel, Hahnville routs East St. John, Kenner Discovery girls roll past East Jeff

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It was a matchup of two of the better teams in the area and in the state.

One is already at the top of the mountain while the other is trying to get there.

In the end, the team on top came out on top in a great match Saturday afternoon as Holy Cross rallied past Archbishop Rummel 2-1 in Metairie.

Christopher Wallace put Rummel on top with a goal in the first half before the Tigers got the equalizer on a header by star Ryan Jeanfreau in the second half.

Jeanfreau scored the winning goal on a penalty kick later in the second half, his 30th goal of the season.

The Raiders also had a penalty kick in the second half but it was stopped by keeper Andrew Garvey.

The Tigers (17-5-1) won their fifth straight match and return to action at Ben Franklin Tuesday at 4 p.m.

The Raiders (18-5-2) lost for the first time since Dec. 17, a span covering 13 matches. Rummel retruns to District 6-I play Tuesday at Hahnville.

Speaking of the Tigers, Hahnville routed East St. John 7-0 Saturday.

Jackson Nelson had two goals and two assists while Evan Oubre finished with a goal and an assist for the Tigers. Chad Breaux, Savon Isaac and Bryce Jorgenson and Andreas Tregre each added a goal. Ethan Miller added a pair of assists and Ivan Huerta finished with an assist as well.

East St. John (1-14) travels to Destrehan at 7 p.m. Monday.

In girls action, Kenner Discovery won 7-1 over East Jefferson to snap a three-match losing streak.

Sophomore Alina Paiz and freshman Valeria Gabrie were sensational, each scoring four goals for Kenner Discovery.

The Swamp Owls (8-7) return to action Monday, hosting New Orleans Military & Maritime at 5 p.m. The Warriors (4-5-2) will play at Salmen Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.

Area Prep Soccer Results from Saturday, Jan. 22

Ben Franklin 6, Lakeshore 0
Brother Martin 2, Jesuit 2
E.D. White Catholic 3, Lutcher 0
Hahnville 7, East St. John 0
Holy Cross 2, Archbishop Rummel 1
New Orleans Military & Maritime 3, Parkview Baptist 0
St. Paul’s 5, Mandeville 0
Vandebilt Catholic 6, Pearl River 0

Dominican 7, Byrd 0
Dutchtown 1, Archbishop Hannan 0
Kenner Discovery 8, East Jefferson 1
Lakeshore 2, Ben Franklin 1
Mandeville 3, Ponchatoula 0
Riverside Academy 4, South Lafourche 0
St. Joseph’s Academy 2, Northshore 1
St. Thomas More 3, Mount Carmel Academy 2

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