Softball: Hahnville, Haynes score wins Thursday

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Area Prep Softball Report for Friday, April 1

Hahnville rolled over Central Lafourche 15-0 at home in a District 7-5A matchup Thursday.

Mackenzie Kliebert pitched a complete game shutout for the victory.

Hahnville blasted a trio of home runs in the second inning, including one each by Laura Van Etta, Kate Bruce and Avery Edgar.

Sara Roussel, Brazzi Jacob, Laney Waguespack, Bruce, Adeline Bertrand and Katie Ortego each had multiple hits as the Lady Tigers produced a 17-hit attack.

Hahnville (18-10, 6-0) steps out of district to host powerful Barbe today at 4 p.m. while the Lady Trojans (1-13, 0-5) will host Ursuline Academy Monday at 5:30 p.m.

Haynes Academy defeated Mount Carmel Academy 3-1.

The Yellow Jackets scored single runs in the first, third and sixth innings while the Cubs got their lone run in the second.

Hailey Peterson remained unbeaten at 5-0, going the distance. Peterson allowed just five hits and struck out two. E. Curry took the loss for Mount Carmel.

Aubrie Claverie homered for Haynes while Melissa Lopera and Allison Weindel each had two hits with Lopera driving in a pair of runs for the Yellow Jackets. Carly Koch had two hits, including a home run for Mount Carmel.

Hayes (16-4) will face Mandeville at Lakeshore this evening at 6 p.m. while Mount Carmel (11-13) hosts De La Salle today at 5 p.m. at Muss Bertolino Playground.

Area Prep Softball Results from Thursday, April 1

Abramson Sci Academy 17, Douglass 6

Academy of Our Lady 18, New Orleans Military & Maritime 0

Albany 3, Thomas Jefferson 0

Archbishop Hannan 18, Bogalusa 0

Ben Franklin 16, Warren Easton 2

Chalmette 17, Kenner Discovery 2

Dominican 10, Belle Chasse 0

Doyle 10, Northlake Christian 0

East Jefferson 18, West Jefferson 0

French Settlement 5, Springfield 1

Hahnville 15, Central Lafourche 0

Haynes Academy 3, Mount Carmel Academy 1

Helen Cox 21, Bonnabel 3

H.L. Bourgeois 9, Destrehan 8

Lakeshore 8, Franklinton 6

Lusher Charter 7, Cabrini 6

Lutcher 14, St. James 1

McMain 30, John F. Kennedy 23

Pearl River 20, Salmen 0 (game one)

Pearl River 18, Salmen 2 (game two)

Pine 21, Independence 0

Ponchatoula 8, Fontainebleau 7

Pope John Paul II 21, St. Thomas Aquinas 6

Riverdale 14, John Ehret 5

Riverside Academy 20, Ecole Classique 0

Slidell 7, Covington 4

St. Charles Catholic 12, Fisher 2

St. Martin’s Episcopal 22, Crescent City Christian 1

Thibodaux 20, East St. John 3

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