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The Patterson Babe Ruth 13-to-15-year-old All- Stars will continue their season at the Babe Ruth Southwest Region Tournament in Andalusia, Alabama, beginning Friday. Patterson enters the tournament after having won the district and Babe Ruth state tournaments. Team members are, kneeling from left, Grant Hebert, Kaden Samuels, Blaz Mayon, Hayden Bailey, Dylan Fabre and Drake Dinger. Standing, are head coach Brett Dore’, Robbie Connor, Johnathan Picou, Don Diaz, Joseph Larson, Trevor Wiggins, Amarea Christopher and assistant coach Joe Larson. Not pictured are assistant coach Nate Samuels and Reid Perkins. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Angela Larson)

Patterson 15s to open play in Alabama Friday

The Patterson 13-to-15-year-old All-Stars will begin play in the Babe Ruth Southwest Region Tournament Friday in Andalusia, Alabama.

The Morgan City 10-year-old All-Stars won the Louisiana Dixie Youth Minors South Regional in Vidalia Tuesday with a 12-7 victory against Ville Platte. Morgan City will advance to a best-of-three series this weekend in Alexandria where it will face the Louisiana Dixie Youth Minors North Regional winner, Ruston, Friday and Saturday. Morgan City also won the sportsmanship award at the regional tournament. Morgan City team members are, kneeling from left, Bryan Cordero, Noah Guarisco, Lucas Pickens, Landyn Ramagos, Conner Daigle and Franco Saleme. On the middle row are Chaz' Pickens, Kollin Nelson, Jamyre Bias, Ja'Kavior Kemp, Tate Fontenot and Jade Oliney. On the back row are assistant coach Bryson Barbier, head coach Chase Pickens and assistant coach Mike Nelson. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Becky Fontenot)

St. Mary Central 12-year-old All-Stars Thomas Nini, left, and Cru Bell talk during a break in district action. St. Mary Central finished its season as the Louisiana Dixie Youth Majors North Regional Runner-up, falling in the title game to West Carroll 12-0 in four innings Tuesday. St. Mary Central was awarded the tournament's Jim Quigley Sportsmanship Award. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City 10-year-old All-Stars win south region title

The Morgan City 10-year-old All-Star baseball team won the Louisiana Dixie Youth Minors South Regional in Vidalia Tuesday with a 12-7 victory against Ville Platte.

Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association competitors participated in the Harahan MDA Horseshoe Tournament at Waggaman Playground June 23. Class A winners were Pat Pertuit of Marrero, first; and Tim Gilmore of Bayou Vista, second. Pertuit finished 6-1 with a 47.0 ringer percentage, while Gilmore was 5-2 with a 58.7 ringer percentage. Not pictured is third-place winner Bill Seither of Buras, who finished 5-2 with a 37.9 ringer percentage. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association)

Class B winners at the Harahan MDA Horseshoe Tournament were, from left, Neal Whitney of Harahan, first; and Glenn Caillouet of Raceland, third. Whitney finished 4-1 with a 43.5 ringer percentage, while Caillouet, a Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association member, finished with a 3-2 mark and a 27.0 ringer percentage. Not pictured is Gil Gerard of Harahan, who finished second with a 4-1 mark and a 37.0 ringer percentage. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association)

BHPA competes at Harahan MDA Horseshoe Tournament

Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association members participated in the Harahan MDA Horseshoe Tournament in June.

Morgan City 10-year-old All-Star Conner Daigle runs to first base during district action. Morgan City will play for the Louisiana Dixie Youth South Regional Title in Vidalia Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. when it faces the winner of a 5:30 p.m. contest between Delhi and Ville Platte. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

St. Mary Central's Zachary Kitchen hits a pitch during district action. St. Mary Central will play for the Louisiana Dixie Youth North Majors Regional title Tuesday against West Carroll. St. Mary Central must beat West Carroll twice to win the title. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

MC, SMC All-Stars advance to regional title games

The Morgan City 10-year-old and St.

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