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Local teams lose in quarterfinals





By Mike Streams

DQsportswriter@yahoo.com

Friday and Saturday this past week the DeQuincy Tigers hosted number five ranked Loreauville Tigers and fell in the first two games of the best two out of three.

The final scores were 6-2 and 11-1.

The local Tigers have had a very successful year as they finish the season with an overall record of 25-9.

The Tigers were under the leadership of Coach Brady Carlson and Coach Tate Woodard. They are looking forward to another successful Tiger baseball season next year.

Friday and Saturday, as well, the Knights from South Beauregard traveled to number 3 Iota for a quarterfinal matchup. In the first game the Knights saw victory by a score of 5-4 before falling in games two and three by the scores of 6-0 and 8-2 respectively.

The Knights, the defending Class 3A State Champions, have had another successful year and look forward to another great season of baseball next year. The Knights finished the year with an overall record of 33-8.

The Starks Panthers traveled to number 4 Georgetown and put up a big fight until the end falling by a score of 8-7. The Starks Panthers have had a great year as they took second place in district and quarter finalist in the playoffs.

The Panthers under the Leadership of Coach BeeBee will return next year as well looking to have a great season. They finished this season with an overall record of 13-8.

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