Softball: Patrick Taylor remains hot; Dominican, Mount Carmel with easy wins
Area Prep Softball Report for Friday, March 17
Patrick Taylor remains hot; Dominican, Mount Carmel with easy wins
Make it seven straight wins for Patrick Taylor.
The Tigers downed Academy of Our Lady 3-1 at home Thursday.
Ashtyn Rogers picked up the win, going the distance while striking out eight Penguins. Rogers helped her own cause with a triple and an RBI. Kadence Cannon drove in a run for Patrick Taylor as well while Abby Christ, Eden Randall and Alyvia Palmisano all had base hits.
The Tigers (10-2) will host Livingston Collegiate next Tuesday at 4 p.m. in a District 9-3A contest.
The Penguins (9-6) return to District 10-4A play next Tuesday at Belle Chasse at 5 p.m.
Dominican had no problem with Karr in its District 9-5A opener, winning 19-0 at Harahan Playground in a game shortened to two and a half innings by the mercy rule.
Dominican scored seven runs in the top of the first inning and 12 in the second inning.
Mykail Lusco was the star, going 3 for 3 with a home run and five RBI. Aubrey Daigrenpont had a double and three RBI. Maddie Branch had a hit and two RBI, Ava Lusco and Reagan Porche each added two hits and an RBI, Ella Bertucci and Evelyn Booth each produced a hit and an RBI.
Kalei Mason picked up the win, pitching three scoreless innings, allowing three hits with two strikeouts.
Dominican (10-6, 1-0) returns to action against Archbishop Chapelle next Tuesday at 5 p.m. at Butch Duhe Playground.
Karr (2-7) returns to action today in a non-district road game against Ben Franklin at 4 p.m.
Mount Carmel Academy shut out Cabrini 10-0 at Muss Bertolino Playground for its third straight win.
The Cubs (10-6) will travel to defending state champion John Curtis Christian next Tuesday at 5 p.m. in a District 9-5A contest.
The Crescents (6-8) will host H.L. Bourgeois Monday at 4 p.m.
Area Prep Softball Results from Thursday, March 16
Albany 9, Pine 0
Archbishop Chapelle 11, St. Charles Catholic 0
Archbishop Hannan 15, Salmen 0
Assumption 9, South Terrebonne 0
Berwick 7, St. James 6
Bonnabel 18, Abramson 17
Central Catholic 24, Jeanerette 0
Central Lafourche 2, Terrebonne 1
Country Day 16, Grace King 0
Covenant Christian 9, Hanson Memorial 5
De La Salle 15, Booker T. Washington (NO) 0
Destrehan 11, New Orleans Science & Math 1
Dominican 19, Karr 0
Doyle 4, Brusly 2
E.D. White Catholic 7, Patterson 5
Fontainebleau 16, Hammond 2
French Settlement 27, Independence 0
Hahnville 10, Thibodaux 0
H.L. Bourgeois 21, East St. John 0
Houma Christian 15, South Plaquemines 0
Jewel Sumner 19, Bogalusa 0
Lakeshore 15, Pearl River 2
Loreauville 15, Morgan City 2
Mount Carmel Academy 10, Cabrini 0
Newman 18, Carver 0
Northshore 12, Mandeville 0
Patrick Taylor 3, Academy of Our Lady 1
Ponchatoula 10, Covington 9
Pope John Paul II 23, Springfield 12
Riverdale 7, Kenner Discovery 4
South Lafourche 16, Ellender 1
St. Martin’s Episcopal 19, East Jefferson 9
Thomas Jefferson 21, Jefferson Rise 0
Vandebilt Catholic 7, Lutcher 3
Willow School 16, McMain 1
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