A trio of Tri-City area baseball players will get one last shot to play on the high school level this weekend to display their skills before beginning their preparations for baseball at the collegi
Central Catholic High School's Mitchel Lemoine inked with William Carey College in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, during a signing ceremony at Central Catholic High School Wednesday. Seated from left are Mike Lemoine, father; Lemoine, Christine Lemoine, mother; and Sawyer Lemoine, niece. Standing are Emily Lemoine, sister, Mike Lemoine Jr., brother; and Ashley Lemoine, sister. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Central Catholic first baseman Mitchel Lemoine finished his high school career hot at the plate in the Division IV state tournament last week.
The Central Catholic Junior High School 6th- and 7th-grade squad won the parish title in the St Mary Parish Junior High Baseball League this season. Team members include, kneeling from left, Ty Ribardi, Andrew Cavalier, Dominic Case, Tate Aucoin, Channing Rivere, Jobe Stratton, and Rhett Thomas. On the middle row are Spencer Hebert, Ben Miller, Caleb O’con, Drew Rock and Caleb Domingue. Standing are Mason Theriot, Elijha Brown, Tanner Simmons, Carson Meader, Drake Burgess, Dyaln Cornes, Nicolas Spitale, Karson Nelson and Angelo Viscardi. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Central Catholic High School)
The Central Catholic Junior High School 8th-grade squad won the parish title in the St. Mary Parish Junior High Baseball League this season. Team members include, kneeling from left, Ethan Majewski, Ross Thomas, Trent Hillen and Dayshon Pete. Standing, are Zachary Bennett, Jackson Butler, Bentley Alcina, Brett Morell, Hugh Hamer and Caleb Menina. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Central Catholic High School)
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)
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)