Gents, Warriors pick up victories
Crowley's Andre Larry turns on a pitch during a recent game at Miller Stadium.
CROWLEY – The Crowley Gents ended a two-game skid Saturday, beating Grant, 8-0 in a non-district game at Miller Stadium.
The Gents (11-8) jumped out to a 2-0 lead after the first two innings and added three runs in the fourth and three in the sixth to close out the game.
Mackay Mouton picked up the victory after tossing five scoreless innings. He gave up four hits, walked one and struck out seven.
Luke Ancelet had a two-run double in the sixth inning for his only hit of the contest.
Kaleb Istre had one hit and two RBI while Blayne Sonnier and Alex Ashby each had a single and an RBI. Andre Larry, Jon Riley Mouton and Pate Broussard each had one hit as well.
NCS rallies past Reeves
CROWLEY – Northside Christian’s Warriors rallied from a 5-0 deficit and scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh on a wild pitch to top Reeves, 6-5, Saturday at Miller Stadium.
The Warriors (13-2, 5-0) tied the game in the sixth inning on RBI singles by Bradley Ancelet and Jordan Monte, along with a two-run triple by Nick Zaunbrecher and an error.
Bryce Gotte reached base in the bottom of the seventh and eventually crossed the plate on a wild pitch.
Zaunbrecher had two hits on the day while Monte, Ancelet, Christian Morgan, Dillon Hayes and Gotte each had one.
Monte was credited with the victory on the mound after surrendering three runs on four hits and one walk. He struck out five in three innings.
Lady Warriors fall short
CROWLEY – Delcambre used a seven-run outburst in the third inning and plated seven more runs over the next two frames to walk away with a 14-7 victory over the Northside Christian Lady Warriors Saturday afternoon.
The Lady Warriors (9-7, 1-2) were led by Brooke Stanford and Leah Monte with two hits each. Stanford had a double, a triple and two RBI while Monte also drove in two runs.
Zera Hanagriff also had two hits, including a triple and an RBI, while Mallary Vincent had a single and an RBI. Kathryn Zaunbrecher, Zoie Hanagriff and Meghan Jones each had one hit.
Angel Allen suffered the loss in the circle after giving up 14 runs on nine hits and nine walks. She struck out five in 6 1/3 innings.