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Baseball scores

By Chris & Laurie Mueller



Vinton 2, DeQuincy 5 - Last Thursday, the DeQuincy Tigers honored their senior players who were playing in their last regular season home game. Seniors honored were Connor Patin, Eric Fontenot, Chase Dyer, and Gabriel Rangel. Sam Brady and Caleb Jacobs threw for the Tigers. Top hitters were Eric Fontenot, 3 hits; Sam Lueck, 2 hits; Gabriel Rangel, Brennan Patin, Seth Cooley, 1 hit each.

DeQuincy 9, Mamou 7 - DeQuincy Tiger baseball coach Brady Carlson reached a milestone last week in Mamou. Carlson, who has been at the helm of the baseball program at DHS for 10 years, got his 200th career win. Chase Dyer led the Tiger batters, going 3 for 4. Brennan Patin, was 1-3 with a double and 2 RBIs. Sam Whatley went 1-2 with a double and 2 RBIs. Tyler Sharp went the distance for the Tigers to get the win.

St. Louis 4, South Beauregard 3 - Nick Lee pitched for the Golden Knights.Top hitters were Chance Clark, 1-3 and a double; Nick Lee, 1-3 with a double; and Jansen Fontenot, 1-3.

South Beauregard 7, Jennings 2 - Logan Savoy picked up his 8th win of the season as the Golden Knights claimed the District 4-3A championship. Top hitters for the Golden Knights were Jansen Fontenot, 4-5 and 2 RBIs; and Savoy, 2-3.

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