Prep Roundup: Lady Pios rally past Church Point
CHURCH POINT – The Notre Dame Lady Pios didn’t take long to get back on the winning track.
Two days after losing a heart-breaking game to Kaplan’s Lady Pirates, the Lady Pios rebounded Saturday with a 6-4 victory over intra-parish rival Church Point.
The Lady Pios (19-4, 8-2) trailed 4-3 after four innings, but they scored three unanswered runs in the final three innings to grab the victory.
Elise LeBeouf started the fifth inning with a one-out triple and eventually scored on a single by Alli Daigle to tie the game at 4-4.
The Lady Pios took the lead for good one inning later when Brittney Nolan singled and scored on an error. Zoie Lavergne, who doubled, added an insurance run when she scored on a single by Madison Jacques.
Daigle and Nolan each had three hits and one RBI on the day while Lavergne logged a pair of doubles and an RBI. Paityn Desselle and Jacques each singled and drove in one run while Taylor Satchell and LeBeouf each tripled.
The Lady Pios will travel to Moss Bluff today to take on Sam Houston at 5 p.m.
Parkview tops Pios
BATON ROUGE – The Notre Dame Pios committed three errors that proved costly in a 6-3 loss to defending 3A champion Parkview Saturday afternoon.
The Pios (13-14, 2-2) tied the game at 3-3 in the top of the fifth, but Parkview answered with a run in the bottom of the frame and two in the sixth to earn the victory.
Notre Dame’s three errors led to all six unearned runs.
The Pios had seven hits on the day and were led by Sam Veillon, who went 3-for-3 with an RBI. Jeff Daigle, Brad Stoma, Jacques Thibodeaux and Joe Faulk each had a single in the loss. Daigle also logged an RBI as did Gavin Bourgeois.
Warriors fall to U-High
BATON ROUGE – The Northside Christian Warriors fell to 15-3 on the season Saturday with a 9-2 loss to Class 3A’s University Lab on the campus of LSU.
The Warriors took a 1-0 lead in the first inning when Bradley Ancelet led off the game with a triple and later scored on a single by Joseph Trahan.
University answered with five runs in the bottom of the frame and added four more in the fourth.
Ancelet accounted for the Warriors only other run when he doubled in the fifth and scored on a double by Trahan.
Ancelet and Trahan each had two hits for the Warriors while Christian Morgan and Kenneth Earles each had one.