Soccer: Rummel, De La Salle stay hot with wins
Area Prep Soccer Report for Wednesday, Dec. 8
Coming off a tournament championship in Monroe, Archbishop Rummel remained hot, downing Bonnabel 3-1.
It was the C.J. Koppeis show as the senior recorded a hat trick to power the Raiders to victory.
Rummel (7-1) has won six in a row and the Raiders will travel to Archbishop Hannan Friday at 7 p.m.
The Bruins (3-4) will take on Haynes Academy at 6 p.m. Thursday.
De La Salle defeated Morgan City 4-2.
Connor Butler put the Cavaliers on top, converting a penalty kick before Morgan City tied it at 1-1 by halftime.
Butler scored his second goal on an assist from Jose Bonet in the second half but the Tigers tied it once again.
Bonet then put the Cavaliers ahead to stay at 3-2 and he added another goal late for insurance, finishing with a pair of goals and an assist. Landen Damour had an assist. Tyler Matthews had nine saves in goal, including five in the final 10 minutes of the match.
De La Salle (4-3) has won three straight matches and will host Episcopal of Acadiana at 5 p.m. Thursday. Morgan City (5-2-1) will return to action Monday against Broadmoor.
Area Prep Soccer Results from Tuesday, Dec. 7
Archbishop Rummel 3, Bonnabel 1
Ben Franklin 2, The Willow School 1
Central Lafourche 4, Ponchatoula 0
De La Salle 4, Morgan City 2
Fisher 8, Ascension Christian 1
Mandeville 1, St. Amant 1
New Orleans Military & Maritime 1, Belle Chasse 0
Northshore 5, Lakeshore 1
Archbishop Chapelle 7, Bonnabel 0
Belle Chasse 7, New Orleans Military & Maritime 0
Cabrini 4, Academy of Our Lady 0
Covenant Christian 2, Ursuline Academy 0
Fontainebleau 8, East Ascension 2
Franklinton 5, Salmen 2
Morgan City 6, De La Salle 1
Newman 1, Northshore 1
St. Thomas Aquinas 4, Live Oak 3
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