Soccer Report: St. Paul’s gets revenge; Salmen edges Ellender, Mandeville girls win

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It was a result that shocked virtually everyone.

When Mandeville shocked St. Paul’s 1-0 on January 24 of last season, it was the first loss in-state in three years for the Wolves.

St. Paul’s did go on to win its fourth straight Division I state championship but the memory lingered.

The Wolves carried that memory into last night’s rematch with the Skippers at Hunter Stadium. Clearly, the home team remembered and was motivated.

Colin Moser had a monster night with four goals to pace St. Paul’s to a 8-0 win over Mandeville in a match stopped by the mercy rule.

James Bryant and Justin Savoie added a pair of goals for the Wolves (6-0). The loss was the third straight for the Skippers. St. Paul’s will host John Ehret Friday at 7 p.m. while Mandeville (2-3) plays at Acadiana Friday at 7 p.m.

Salmen evened its record on the season with a 1-0 home victory over Ellender.

Christian Passaro scored the lone goal just before the half in the 38th minute on an assist from Max Ibanez.

The Spartans (1-1) travel to Chalmette tonight at 7 p.m. while the Patriots fell to 1-2 with the loss.

In girls action, Mandeville (6-0) remained unbeaten, edging Baton Rouge High 1-0.

After a scoreless first half, Maleah Haley scored the game-winner and the Skippers made it hold up.

Mandeville will host Lakeshore Monday at 5:30 p.m.

Area Prep Soccer Results from Tuesday, Nov. 28


New Orleans Area

Archbishop Hannan 1, De La Salle 0

Country Day 3, Runnels 1

East Jefferson 4, Landry-Walker 3

John Ehret 4, Helen Cox 1

Fontainebleau 0, Lakeshore 0

Holy Cross 4, Newman 1

Northlake Christian 2, Dunham 0

Ponchatoula 4, Pope John Paul II 1

Salmen 1, Ellender 0

Slidell 2, Chalmette 0

St. Paul’s 8, Mandeville 0

Baton Rouge Area

Brusly 5, West Feliciana 2

Catholic (BR) 4, East Ascension 1

Central 8, Ascension Christian 2

Episcopal 3, Parkview Baptist 1

Lee 8, Livonia 0

Live Oak 2, Baton Rouge 1

McKinley 5, St. Michael 1

Woodlawn (BR) 8, East St. John 0

Bayou Area

Morgan City 2, South Lafourche 2


New Orleans Area

Academy of Our Lady 2, De La Salle 1

Academy of Sacred Heart (NO) 1, Fontainebleau 0

Archbishop Chapelle 4, Riverside 1

Archbishop Hannan 5, Haynes 0

Cabrini 2, Pearl River 2

Central 7, Ponchatoula 0

Country Day, 3, Pope John Paul II 1

Mandeville 1, Baton Rouge 0

Mount Carmel 3, Lakeshore 0

Northlake Christian 5, Dunham 0

Slidell 7, Chalmette 0

Terrebonne 2, Hahnville 1

Baton Rouge Area

Dutchtown 5, Zachary 0

East Jefferson 6, Landry-Walker 1

East St. John 9, Woodlawn (BR) 0

Lee 8, Livonia 0

Runnels 2, West Feliciana 1

St. Joseph’s Academy 6, East Ascension 0

St. Michael 8, McKinley 0

Walker 3, Live Oak 2

Bayou Area

H.L. Bourgeois 1, Houma Christian 1

Central Lafourche 2, E.D. White Catholic 1

Morgan City 5, South Lafourche 3

Area Prep Soccer Schedule for Wednesday, Nov. 29


New Orleans Area

Brother Martin at Ben Franklin, 3:45 p.m.

Haynes at Country Day, 3:30 p.m.

International High at McMain, 7 p.m.

Patrick Taylor at Thomas Jefferson, 6:30 p.m.

Salmen at Chalmette, 7 p.m.

West Jefferson at Grace King, 6 p.m.

Baton Rouge Area

Dutchtown at Denham Springs, 6 p.m.

Livonia at Cecilia, 7:15 p.m.

E.D. White Catholic at St. Amant, 5 p.m.

Bayou Area


New Orleans Area

Patrick Taylor at Thomas Jefferson, 4:30 p.m.

E.D. White Catholic at St. Charles Catholic, 7 p.m.

Baton Rouge Area

Livonia at Cecilia, 5:30 p.m.

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