Softball: Haynes Academy, Mount Carmel, Riverside with solid wins

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Haynes Academy posted its fourth straight win, bouncing Ursuline Academy 16-0 in a game shortened to three innings by the mercy rule Tuesday.

The Yellow Jackets scored three runs in the top of the first, broke it open with nine runs in the second and finished it with four runs in the third inning.

Haynes blasted four home runs in the contest.

Melissa Lopera and Tristan Wyler belted back-to-back home runs while Hailey Peterson and Mikayela Billiot each had an inside-the-park homer. Julia Hosch added a pair of hits and Ella Lewis had a triple for the Yellow Jackets.

Peterson picked up the win, going two innings, allowing one hit and striking out five to improve to 5-3. Aubrie Claverie pitched the final inning.

Madelyn Black absorbed the loss for the Lions.

Haynes (5-3) will travel to Chalmette today at 4 p.m.

Ursuline (2-3) will play at Cabrini today at 3:30 p.m.

At Muss Bertolino Playground in Kenner, Mount Carmel Academy doubled up Archbishop Hannan 6-3 at Cub Field.

The outcome was basically decided in the bottom of the first inning as the Cubs scored four runs, including a 2-run double by Linda Hollander. Mount Carmel added insurance with two runs in the fourth inning on a single by Bayli Nelson, an RBI double by Hayden Traub and an RBI double by Avery Killian.

Jillian Domiano and Chloe Krey combined for the win.

Mount Carmel (6-3) will open District 9-5A play Thursday at Bertolino against Karr at 5 p.m.

The Hawks (5-6) have lost four straight and will play Dominican Thursday at 5 p.m. at Harahan Playground.

Riverside Academy blasted rival West St. John 16-0 at Edgard in a game shortened to three innings by the mercy rule.

The Rebels scored all 16 runs in the top of the first inning.

Anna Claire Mistretta had a triple, double and five RBI. Camille Mistretta and Emily Vicknair each had a hit and two RBI. Courtney Bordelon, Corrin Cashio and Camryn Loving each drove in a run.

Vicknair and Kylie Bordelon combined on a no-hitter, striking out nine.

Riverside (3-6) will host Ponchatoula today at 4:30 p.m.

The Rams (1-1-1) will host St. Martin’s Episcopal at 4 p.m. Thursday.

Area Prep Softball Results from Tuesday, Mar. 7
Academy of Our Lady 19, Dominican 8
Albany 3, Brusly 1
Archbishop Chapelle 5, St. Joseph’s Academy 2
Ascension Christian 9, Thibodaux 6
Belle Chasse 10, Zachary 2
Berwick 3, E.D. White Catholic 0
Country Day 15, West Jefferson 0
Covington 17, Franklinton 1
De La Salle 10, Central Lafourche 6
Doyle 15, St. John 7
French Settlement 19, St. Thomas Aquinas 0
Haynes Academy 16, Ursuline Academy 0
Higgins 14, Helen Cox 2
H.L. Bourgeois 11, John Ehret 1
Houma Christian 17, Fisher 1
Jewel Sumner 17, Mount Hermon 2
John Curtis Christian 12, Covenant Christian 1
Kenner Discovery 17, Booker T. Washington (NO) 2
Lutcher 11, Morgan City 1
McGehee 18, St. Katharine Drexel 1
Mount Carmel Academy 6, Archbishop Hannan 3
New Orleans Military & Maritime 20, St. Mary’s Academy 4
Patrick Taylor 16, John F. Kennedy 0
Pope John Paul II 3, Northlake Christian 0
Riverdale 20, McMain 4
Riverside Academy 16, West St. John 0
South Lafourche 16, East St. John 0
St. James 12, Patterson 0
Thomas Jefferson 15, Destrehan 8
Vandebilt Catholic 13, South Terrebonne 3
Varnado 21, Crescent City Christian 6

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