Felterman shines in Gator Rigging's 6-3 win

Staff Report

Morrquise Charles was perfect at the plate with an RBI and he struck out eight in three innings of work as Skipper’s defeated Offshore Hammers, 8-2, in Dixie League action Friday at Complex Park.

Charles finished 2-for-2 at the plate and scored two runs.

He pitched three shutout innings on the mound and allowed no hits with two walks.

Cade Booty also pitched two innings for Skipper’s and allowed a run on no hits with four walks and six strikeouts.

Other contributors for Skipper’s included Braxton Fontenot, 2-for-3, two RBIs and a run; Dakota Lux, an RBI and two runs; Joseph Madison, two runs; and T.J. Davis, a run.

For Hammers, Maurice “Bam” Martin and John C. Hebert each scored a run.

Also Friday in City League action, Charlie’s Lanes defeated Gator Rigging, 14-1.

In the win, TrayVon Batiste finished 1-for-1 with four RBIs.

Jackson Butler pitched an inning and struck out the side, while he also finished 1-for-2 with two runs.

Other contributors for Charlie’s Lanes included Dylan Cornes, 1-for-2, two runs; Tyrese Batiste, 1-for-2, a run; Ty’Jaha’ Batiste, 1-for-1, a run; Zachary Bennett, an RBI and a run; and Josiah Boudreaux, 1-for-2.

Leroy Byers scored a run for Gator Rigging.

In Thursday’s City League action at Complex Park, Jackson Butler homered and struck out the side in the lone inning he pitched in Charlie’s Lanes’ 8-6 win against Grizzly Marine.

Butler recorded two RBIs during the contest.

Other contributors for Charlie’s Lanes included Zachary Bennett, 1-for-2, two runs; Spencer Hebert, two runs; and Dylan Cornes, Ty’Jaha’ Batiste and Jason Huang, each a run.

For Grizzly, Reed Lodrigue finished 1-for-2 with an RBI; Cullen Adams, 1-for-2 with a run; Austin Reynolds scored two runs; and Andy Gros, Ethan Blanchard and Caleb Adams each scored a run.

In other City League action Thursday at Complex Park, Taco Bell defeated Ocean Marine, 13-6.

Drew Rock finished 1-for-1 with a double, three RBIs and a run for Taco Bell, while Gunner Theriot finished 2-for-2 with two RBIs and two runs.

Other contributors for KFC/Taco Bell included Amarea Christopher, 2-for-3, two RBIs; Brett Morell, 1-for-2, three runs; Hugh Hamer, 1-for-2, a run; Tate Matherne, an RBI and a run; Grant Cheramie and Dale Turner, each two runs; and Justin Atkins, a run.

For Ocean Marine, Trent Hillen finished 1-for-2 with two runs, while Dylan Mayon added a 1-for-1 performance with a run. Other contributors included Alex Boudreaux, 1-for-2, a run; Randy Fontenot, two RBIs and a run; and Tony Griffin, a run.

Also on Thursday at Spinella Park, Candy Fleet defeated Scully’s, 9-0.

Drew Miller and Dylan Reynolds each finished 3-for-3 for Candy Fleet, while Logan Hebert, Carsyn Meador, Gavyn Ramagos and Tristen Gibson each finished 2-for-3; and Mason Johnson, Da’Mari Watkins and Yahir Zermeno all finished 1-for-3.

Benjamin Lewis finished 2-for-2 for Scully’s, while Landon Gagliano, John Myers, Trey Kenner, Deonte Stephens and Aleryia Ruffin all finished 1-for-2.

In action Tuesday at Spinella Park, Rapid Trucking routed A.J. Dohmann, 18-3.

Dylan Duval finished 3-for-3 in the win, while JaQuan Gray, TyJon Folse, Howard Kinchen and Keegan Lange each finished 2-for-3, and Elijah Brown and Ramye Jones both finished 1-for-3.

For A.J. Dohmann, Caleb O’Con finished 3-for-3, while Gage Patureau was 2-for-2; Layne Guidry and Aidan Gowan, each 1-for-2; and Dominic Case added a hit.

Also on Tuesday, Candy Fleet defeated Whitney Bank, 9-5, at Spinella Park.

Drew Miller finished 3-for-3 for Candy Fleet, while Mason Comeaux finished 2-for-3; Tristan Little, 1-for-2; and Carysyn Meador, Gavyn Ramagos and Dylan Reynolds, all 1-for-3.

Gary Nicar and Blake Peterson each finished 2-for-3 for Whitney Bank, while Bryson Dupuy, Zack Billiot and Seth Baham each finished 1-for-2; and Karson Nelson, 1-for-3.

In City League action April 18 at Complex Park, Trent Hillen’s grand slam and five RBIs were more than enough to lead Ocean Marine to a 10-3 win against Gator Rigging.

Hillen finished 2-for-3 and added a triple.

Other contributors for Ocean Marine were Dylan Mayon, 1-for-2; and Jhai Robinson and Randy Bourgeois, each with three runs.

For Gator Rigging, Kolin Crappell finished 1-for-2 with a double, while Emmanuel St. Martin recorded a 1-for-1 performance with an RBI. Other contributors for Gator Rigging included Caleb Menina, 1-for-1, a run; Peyton Grizzaffi, 1-for-2, a run; and Keegan Lodrigue, a run.

In other City League action on April 18, Taco Bell routed Grizzly Marine, 11-1.

Hugh Hamer finished 1-for-1 with an RBI and two runs, while Grant Cheramie finished 1-for-2 with an RBI and a run. Other contributors for Taco Bell included Brett Morell, 1-for-2 a run; Drew Rock, an RBI and two runs; Kyle Hartley and Amarea Christopher, each an RBI and a run; Dale Turner and Tate Matherne, each an RBI; and Gunner Theriot and Kale Beard, each two runs.

Thomas Myers finished 1-for-1 for Grizzly Marine, while Andy Gros scored the team’s run.

In action April 17 at Spinella Park, Rapid Trucking defeated Grizzaffi, 14-10.

Damon’Drick Blackburn and Ty’Jon Folse each finished 2-for-3 for Rapid Trucking, while Howard Kinchen and Drake Hue each were 2-for-2.

For Grizzaffi’s, Jakai Madise finished 2-for-2, while Zaki’ Singleton was 2-for-3.

Also on April 17, A.J. Dohmann defeated Scully’s, 9-2.

Caleb O’Con, Tate Aucoin and Layne Guidry all finished 2-for-3 for A.J. Dohmann, while Cameron LeBlanc, Landon Gagliano and Jase Blanco each finished 2-for-3 for Scully’s.

In Bayou Vista, Gator Rigging defeated Tiger Island, 4-2, in 11- and 12-year-old action April 18 at the Bayou Vista Civic Center.

The game was the second time the two have met and the second time the game was decided in the final inning.

With the game tied at 1 entering the bottom of the fifth, Evan Thomas singled to begin the inning for Tiger Island and scored from first base on a throwing error on the following play.

In the top of the sixth inning, Gator Rigging’s Chase Wilson walked with one out and, following a strikeout for the inning’s second out, Ian Valdez was hit by a pitch.

Wilson advanced to third on a passed ball and scored on an error by the catcher to tie the game at 2.

After Adam Askew walked, Luke Felterman connected on a two-out, two-strike triple to right field to score two runs for what ended up being the final.

While Tiger Island loaded the bases with two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning, Zeph Hoffpauir came on in relief of Ian Valdez and recorded the third out on a strikeout and preserved the win.

Valdez earned the win in relief of Askew. In 2.2 innings, Valdez surrendered a run on a hit with three walks and fanned six.

Hoffpauir earned the save as he didn’t allow any runs or any hits and fanned one in a third of an inning of work.

In his start, Askew surrendered a run on two hits with a walk and fanned five in three innings of work.

At the plate, Felterman finished 1-for-3 with a triple and two RBIs, while Askew and Hoffpauir each finished 1-for-2 with a double and a run. Other contributors included Valdez and Brandon Freeman, each 1-for-2, with Valdez adding a run.

Seth Giroir suffered the loss in relief for Tiger Island. In three innings, he surrendered three runs on one hit. He walked five and struck out four.

Hunter Landry started the game and in the first three innings, he surrendered a run on four hits and struck out three.

At the plate, Mitchell Frederick and Thomas each finished 1-for-2 with a run, while Giroir finished 1-for-3.

On April 16, Tiger Island defeated Taco Bell, 6-4, in 11-12-year-old action at Bayou Vista Civic Center.

Seth Giroir finished 2-for-3 with two triples, two RBIs and two runs for Tiger Island, while Johnny Hamrick was 3-for-3 with an RBI and a run. Other contributors included Abram Gilder, 2-for-3, a double, an RBI and a run; and Hunter Landry, 1-for-3, two runs.

On the mound, Devin LeBlanc pitched three innings and surrendered four runs on four hits with a walk and two strikeouts, while Mitchell Frederick pitched the remaining three innings and surrendered a hit, a walk and fanned five.

For Taco Bell, Lucas Hatch had a huge game as he struck out 11 on the mound and finished 2-for-3 at the plate with two RBIs and a run.

On the mound, he tossed five innings and surrendered five runs on six hits with two walks.

Other contributors for Taco Bell included Garrett Hotard, 1-for-3, two RBIs; Reed Gonzales, 1-for-2; and Dayton Clark, 1-for-3, a run.

Clark also tossed an inning of relief and surrendered a run on two hits.

Also on April 16, Gator Rigging defeated Lafayette Electric, 9-2.

Zeph Hoffpauir started and earned the win as he surrendered a hit, walked two and struck out three in three innings of work.

Ian Valdez also pitched for Gator Rigging and surrendered a walk and struck out three in two innings of work, while Adam Askew surrendered a run, a hit, walked two and struck out two in an inning of work.

At the plate, Bryson Barras finished 1-for-2 with a triple, an RBI and a run, while Valdez finished 2-for-3 with a double and a run. Other contributors for Gator Rigging included Hoffpauir, 1-for-1, an RBI and two runs.

Michael Aucoin suffered the loss for Lafayette Electric. In three innings, he surrendered five runs on five hits with six walks and fanned three.

In two innings of relief, Sammy Spitale surrendered two runs on three hits with two walks and two strikeouts.

Spitale, Eric Guillot and Parker Mayea all finished 1-for-2, with Spitale and Mayea scoring a run.

Also on April 16, BNA Marine defeated Gator Equipment, 10-5.

Kyle Valdez led BNA Marine with a 3-for-3 performance with three RBIs and two runs, while T.J. Soudilier finished 1-for-3 with a double and three RBIs. Other offensive contributors included Lucas Brinlee, 2-for-3, two runs; Tanner Simons, 1-for-1, three runs; Ross Thomas, 1-for-2, two runs; and Parker Kulka, a run.

For Gator Equipment, Matthew Broussard finished 1-for-2 with an RBI and two runs, while Chase Heuring finished 1-for-3 with a run and Hayden Landry and Jackson Thorguson each scored a run.

Also on April 16, Tiger Island defeated Taco Bell, 6-4.

While Taco Bell plated four runs in the first three innings, Tiger Island rallied with six runs in the final three innings for the win.

Seth Giroir led Taco Bell with a 2-for-3 performance with two doubles, two RBIs and two runs, while Abram Gilder finished 2-for-3 with a double, an RBI and a run. Other contributors for Taco Bell included Johnny Hamrick, 3-for-3, an RBI and two stolen bases; Hunter Landry, 1-for-3, a run; Mitchell Frederick, two runs, an RBI and a stolen base; and Devin LeBlanc and Dylan Barnett, each a stolen base.

Devin LeBlanc pitched three innings for Tiger Island and surrendered four runs (three earned) on four hits with one walk and two strikeouts, while Mitchell Frederick surrendered a hit, a walk and fanned five in three innings of work.

For Taco Bell, Lucas Hatch had a huge game as he struck out 11 and recorded two hits and two RBIs at the plate.

Hatch pitched five innings and surrendered six hits, five runs (four earned) and two walks.

He finished 2-for-3 at the plate and scored a run.

Dayton Clark also pitched an inning and surrendered two hits and one earned run.

Other offensive contributors for Taco Bell included Garrett Hotard, 1-for-3, two RBIs; Reed Gonzales, 1-for-2; Dayton Clark, 1-for-3, a run; and Matthew Whittington and Barrett Hover, each a stolen base and a run.

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