Lady Cards uses a double play for St. James, 11-9 - Sport - Close a Comet

In a game with a total of 22 hits and four town races, he came to make defensive play to the winner in the Tuesday city between St. James and E.D. White Catholic in Thibodaux.

In the seventh spot, Lady Lady Wildcats had two races but there were two runners on the medal and one.

Trystan Tregre tried to help run St. James's score more, but she hit a straight line drive to the gloves of E.D. The first white founder, Caroline Bernard, concentrated into the double play by tagging the base runner Kiri Parker to seal Lady Cardinals 11-9 victory over the Lady Wildcats.

Bernard said that he felt very good to save the play for Lady Cardinals. She is one of four E.D. White seniors were honored for Tuesday's senior day, including Scout Blades, Maddie Gros and Sarah Dufour.

“I came into this game and I knew it was my last home game,” said Bernard. “I just wanted to have fun and fun with the girls I had during the whole season and really supported me. He felt it was good to join in this game and seal the victory. ”

E.D. The white coach Juli Dardar said that Bernard had succeeded one of her greatest plays on the Tuesday season.

“It was very big, and it was special that Caroline could do it too,” said Dardar. “She's a great person and a great player. It was a great drama and it was exciting to see her. ”

Lady Cardinals needed many major plays to stay in front of St. James's. It was the last game of the regular season for both teams. The High School Athletic Association will release its playoff brackets to all classes and sections today.

E.D. White snap on a 9-2 lead after three seizures, but scored St. James through a race in the fourth inning, two in the fifth inning and one in the sixth inning to game 11-8 making into the seventh inning.

Chakirrious Parker opened the seventh round with a single home run for St. James who made 11-9 as a result. Saige Gant joined one another and Kiri Parker reached an error in putting two secretary on the ground before Bernard risked his double play.

Dardar said that she was delighted that the Lady Cardinals (16-15 in total; 13th in state II's latest state power rankings) would complete strongly.

“We are struggling in a few games where they came back and made mental health errors,” said Dardar. “That's how we lost a few great games in the area. I think that they are settled and that they have the attitude to play it all and make corrections where necessary. ”

Offensive leaders for E.D. White (11 hits) were Blades (2-for-3, single homer, three run, two RBI), Gros (2-for-4, two RBI), Sydney Thibodaux (RBI), Heidi Chauvin (4-for-) 4 and Carly Landry (RBI), 17th blades met home run of season for White ED.

Chauvin got the full game in the pitcher circle, allowing 11 hits, nine to run, through a race race, four walks and eight.

St James's offensive leaders (11 hits) were Chakirrious Parker (3-for-4, home run, RBI only), Kiri Parker (4-for-5, home run, four RBI), Saige Gant (5-for-) 5), Tregre (2-for-4, RBI) and Abigail Lassere (2-for-3, two RBI, domestic run).

Kiri Parker was the pitcher who lost the Lady Wildcats. It allowed 13 hits, 11 runs, five earned races, four walks and nine wins.

The coach of St. James, Benton Ford, said that the Wildcats Lady (10-14 in total; ranked in the 18th stage of Class 3A state power rankings) must clean up some of the areas before they start playing.

“We are still fighting for a playoff game at home. If we can correct a few mistakes, we can make a little noise in the play games, ”said Ford. “With Kiri in the circle, I like our chances no matter how we play, but the seven girls behind her and the catcher must do some plays. She wants to do herself during the year. You can say that she is becoming a little frustration. If we can do more plays, I think we can play with anyone. ”

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THIBODAUX 12, SOUTH LAFOURCHE 11

At Thibodaux, the Lady Tigers improved to 7-15 overall with the victory of the nondistrict and the Lady Tarpons fell to 8-12 on the season.

Emily K. Chiasson received the victory in the circle for Lady Tigers and Kyla Porche (four hits, four RBIs, two doubles), Paige Alleman (two RBI), Avery Leyva (two RBI), Madison Bonvillain (three goals, triple). ) and Cierra Navarre (two RBI).

For South Lafourche Issy Danos (3-for-5, homer, triple, single, three run, two RBI), Alivia Vizier (3-to-4, three single) and Taylor Toups, Madelyn Bourgeois and Bailey Melancon (one twice) the woman led Tarpons at the plate.

SOUTH TERREBONNE 1, TERREBONNE 0

At Houma, the Lady received eight work routines in the circle from Mikenzi Authement (seven of the highlights, four hits, two walks) and improved to 6-24 overall with the wine nondistrict.

RBI was at Maddie Boquet and double scored for South Terrebonne and Authement of the race.

Terrebonne fell to 6-17 on the season.

CONSUMPTION 7, THE HARD LAFOURCHE 5

At Mathews, the Lady Mustangs took the nine-inning victory and she improved to 14-14 overall, and the Laf Lafcheche fell to 12-15 on the season.

Raegan Alleamn (four, four strikes) and Shelbie Mabile (five engines, four strikes) began Assumption, led by Alleman (triple, double, RBI), Brooke Barcelona (three hits, three RBI, homer). ) and Carley LeBlanc (three hits).

The offensive leaders in Central Lafourche were Magen Caro (three hits, two double, three RBI), Kinslee Ross (two hits, RBI) and Morgan Theriot (two hits).

ARD-CHRISTIAN ACADEMY, 6, CENTERVILLE 4

At Centerville, Celena Odom received the nondistrict victory in the circle for the Lady Lions after they had made the seven finals, allowing nine goals, four earned races, hitting eight and walking four.

The leaders at the plate for CCA (12-8 in total) were Jaida LeBoeuf (homer, three RBI) and Morgan Valure (double).

Centerville fell to 12-8 on the season.

SCHOOL CHRISTIAN HOUMA 11, DAY COUNTRY 0

At Houma, Lady Warriors improved to 13-11 after their regular seasons championship, nondistrict victory.

Country Day fell to 9-7 on the season.

Compiled by sports editor Kelly McElroy.

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