Sports

The Morgan City Red Sox 13U team won the USSSA Lafayette April Classic April 29–30. After splitting its games April 29, falling to Prodigy 13U, 5-4, and defeating the La Road Dogs, 13-6,the Red Sox won three straight games Sunday en route to the championship title. The Red Sox defeated the Acadiana Aces, 3-2; the Bayou Warriors, 6-2 and the Louisiana Stars 13U, 16-8, for the championship. Team members include, kneeling, Mason Theriot, Spencer Hebert, Brayden Landry, Drew Rock, Tanner Simmons, Caleb O’Con and Kaleb Domingue. On the second row are Jacob Blum, Ross Thomas, Dylan Cornes, Caleb Menina and Nicolas Spitale. On the back row are assistant coach Steven Cornes, head coach Jeff Blum and assistant coach Nick Rock. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Tiffany Cornes)

Morgan City Red Sox 13U win tournament

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Bransen Landry scored his first ace on No. 11 at The Atchafalaya at Idlewild April 20 using a 4 hybrid. The hole played 160 yards. Playing partners were Brandon Richard and Joshua Schaub. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of The Atchafalaya at Idlewild)

Don Rhodes scored his first ace April 23 on No. 2 at The Atchafalaya at Idlewild near Patterson with an 8-iron from 126 yards. Playing partners were Jay Riche and Brett Chiasson. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of The Atchafalaya at Idlewild)

Area holes in one

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Rick Sartwell has been named Bowler of the Year by the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association. This is the third straight year he has won the award. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Dustin Fuselier, the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association's 700 Club Tour nament champion, was recognized during the associations's annual meeting and awards ceremony May 6. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Larry "Pop" Delatte Sr. has been inducted into the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association's Hall of Fame. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Anthony Falgout Jr., who set a city record of 2,233, was recognized as the Roland Crappel Memorial Award winner (John "Push" Rogers Memorial Tournament city champion and all events scratch champion) at the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress' Bowling Association's annual awards meeting and awards ceremony May 6. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Jerry Pillaro has been named the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association's Senior Bowler of the Year. This is the second straight year he has received the honor. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Anthony Falgout Jr., winner of the Bobby Froreich Memorial Award (All-Events Handicap Award) at the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Championships Tournament, was recognized during the MorganCity U.S.B.C. Bowling Association's annual meeting and awards ceremony May 6 at the St. Mary Parish Senior Citizen's Center. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Kevin Smith is the winner of the Morgan City U.S.B.C. Bowling Association's Most Improved award. He was recognized during the association's annual meeting and awards ceremony May 6 at the St. Mary Parish Senior Citizen's Center. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Mark Kleinmann was named the Mike Duke Award Memorial Award winner (Singles Champ) during the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Championships Tournament. He was recognized during the Morgan City U.S.B.C. Bowling Association's annual meeting and awards ceremony May 6 at the St. Mary Pairsh Senior Citizen's Center. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Jerry Pillaro and Mai Amador were the Leo Morvant Memorial Award (doubles champions) at the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Tournament Championships. The duo was recognized during the Morgan City U.S.B.C. Bowling Association's annual meeting and awards ceremony May 6 at the St. Mary Parish Senior Citizen's Center. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Mai Amador, Monique Aucoin and Joe Sobers were part of the Allen Price Memorial Award winners (team champions) at the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Tournament Championships. The trio was recognized during the Morgan City U.S.B.C. Bowling Association's annual meeting and awards ceremony May 6 at the St. Mary Parish Senior Citizen's Center. Not pictured are team members Alyssa Rich and Marcus Jones. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of The Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Morgan City bowlers recognized

The Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association held its annual meeting and awards ceremony May 6 at the St. Mary Parish Senior Citizens Building in Morgan City.

The Morgan City Red Sox 10U team won the OTC Tanglin' in Thibodaux April 22-23. While the squad fell to Louisiana Express and the Red Birds each by a run on April 22, the Red Sox regrouped Sunday and defeated the Bayou Colonels, 12-4; the Red Birds, 17-4; the LBA Naturals, 10-9, and the Louisiana Express, 14-8, for the championship. Team members include, on the front row, Brandon Cordero, Drake Rock, Shamus Lacoste, head coach Nick Rock, Thomas Nini, Bodie Hoffpauir and Austin Cornes. On the second row are Thomas Mancuso, Kyle Stansbury, Gregory Hamer, Drew Dinger and Benjamin Case. On the third row are assistant coaches Shamus Lacoste,, Andrew Mancuso and Greg Hamer. (Submitted Photo)

Morgan City Red Sox 10U win OTC Tanglin' in Thibodaux

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