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LSUE to host baseball tournament

A 10–team, four-day high school baseball tournament begins Thursday at LSU Eunice’s Bengal Stadium.
The teams involved are Eunice High, St. Edmund, Kinder, Iowa, St. Louis, DeRidder along with two teams from Barbe and Catholic High of Baton Rouge.
“It is exciting to get to see all the high school players on our field where we can evaluate them,” LSU head baseball coach Jeff Willis said. It is also a chance to showcase our campus to a lot of people that might not have been here.”

LSUE to host baseball tournament

A 10–team, four-day high school baseball tournament begins today at LSU Eunice’s Bengal Stadium.
The teams involved are Eunice High, St. Edmund, Kinder, Iowa, St. Louis, DeRidder along with two teams from Barbe and Catholic High of Baton Rouge.
“It is exciting to get to see all the high school players on our field where we can evaluate them,” LSU head baseball coach Jeff Willis said. It is also a chance to showcase our campus to a lot of people that might not have been here.”

LSUE trio named All-Region

In a repeat of last year, the LSUE Lady Bengals finished second in Region 23 tournament but then grabbed the NJCAA Division II national championship over Jones County Junior College.
Stormy weather prevented the two teams from playing for the Region 23 title, so No. 1 JCJC entered the national tournament as the higher seeded team.
The No. 4 Lady Bengals responded with a 5-0 run through the world series including a walk-off 8-7 win over Jones to earn its fifth title in program history.

Bengals season ends at regionals

ELLISVILLE, Mississippi – The second ranked Bengals’s season ended Friday night as LSU Eunice fell 10-2 to top-ranked Jones County Junior College in the Region 23 tournament.
JCJC, the defending NJCAA Division II champion, advanced to the regional title game with a chance to return the world series.
After a scoreless first inning, the Bobcats (46-3) exploded for six runs on three hits the bottom of the second frame.
Jonathan Parker singled before four straight two-out Bobcat walks pushed in the first two runs.

Lady Bengals win fifth championship

CLINTON, Mississippi – The LSU Eunice Lady Bengals won their fifth national championship with a dramatic 8-7 win over top-ranked Jones County Junior College Saturday at Traceway Park.
Emily Henderson scored the game winning run when she advanced on a squeeze bunt by Haley Godeaux and the Lady Bengals’ celebration began.
Darby Bishop singled to open the inning and pinch runner Abby Trahan tied the game when she scored on a wild pitch.

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