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St. Mary Central 12-year-old All-Star Coach Ronnie Ratcliff talks with pitcher Hayden Robinson during Saturday's contest against Morgan City. St. Mary Central won the district title with a 3-0 record. The team's pitching staff surrendered just one run in three games, while its offense scored 37 runs. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

SMC 12s win district crown

St. Mary Central 12-year-old All-Stars capped an undefeated finish at the District 3 Majors Tournament in Bayou Vista Monday with a 10-1 win against Franklin.

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The Patterson 8-year-old All-Stars advanced to the Louisiana AA State Tournament with a win against Morgan City Friday and a loss by St. Mary Central Saturday. Above, Patterson's Linzy Howard scores a run during Friday's win. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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St. Mary Central's Jude Guarisco connects on a single during Saturday's 17-0 win against Morgan City at the District 3 Majors Tournament in Bayou Vista. St. Mary Central finished the weekend 2-0. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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Lucas Pickens makes a throw to first base during action Sunday at the District 3 9-year-old tournament against Thibodaux. Morgan City won 14-6. Morgan City and Franklin will meet Monday for the district title at 4 p.m. If Morgan City wins, it wins the district title, while if Franklin wins, the teams will play a winner-take-all game at 8 p.m. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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St. Mary Central 10-year-old All-Star pitcher Kaleb Leonard throws a pitch during Saturday's 5-3 loss to Morgan City at the District 3 AAA Tournament in Bayou Vista. St. Mary Central finished the weekend 1-1. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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Morgan City 11-year-old All-Star Mason Johnston catches a ball during Sunday's 11-1 loss to Franklin at the District 3 11-year-old Tournament in Thibodaux. Morgan City and Franklin will meet Monday for the district title. With a win at 6 p.m., Franklin will clinch the title, while Morgan City must win the 6 p.m. contest and the winner-take-all contest at 8 p.m. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Patterson 8s advance to state; district play continues in other age groups

The Patterson 8-year-old All-Stars advanced to the state tournament at the conclusion of District 3 AA action at Complex Park Saturday.

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Morgan City 8-year-old All-Star coach Patrick Roy talks to the all-stars during Sunday's game against St. Mary Central, while coach Brandon Gros looks on. Morgan City is one of five teams that has been waiting out the weather this week to conclude the District 8-AA Tournament at Complex Park. Rain showers affected the tournament before it even began and daily showers have kept players off the field since Sunday afternoon. Action is supposed to resume Friday evening. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Rain washes out more all-star tourney action

The nightmare knows as rain eliminated any chance of youth baseball teams finishing the District 3-AA Dixie Youth baseball Tournament Thursday and washed out the first day of action at the district

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The Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association competed in the Louisiana State Doubles Horseshoe Pitching Championships Saturday at John Blank Sportsman Park in Welsh. Class A Men's winners included Tim Gilmore of Bayou Vista and Gerald Prados of Centerville, who won first place and the tournament championship; Dudley Michel of Bayou Vista and Al Dodson of Morgan City, second place; and Jack Caudle and Mike Ricardo, both of Shreveport, third place. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association)

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Class B winners Men's winners at the Louisiana State Doubles Horseshoe Pitching Championships in Welsh included Larry Pertuit of Marrero and Mack Thibodeaux of Lacassine, first place; Jimmy Percle of Morgan City and Clyde Landry of Pierre Part, second place; and Glenn Caillouet and Jimmy Caillouet, both of Raceland, third place. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association)

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Class A Women's winners at Saturday's Louisiana State Doubles Horseshoe Pitching Championships in Welsh were Wanda Lantz of Marrero and Bobbie Richard of Church Point, women's state and tournament champion; Edie Corso of Destrehan and Linda Dodson of Morgan City, second place; and Marie Stump and Angela Percle of Morgan City, third place. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association)

BHPA members compete in Louisiana State Doubles Horseshoe Pitching Championships

Louisiana State Doubles Horseshoe Pitching Championships
John Blank Sportsman Park Welsh
June 24
Class A Men

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