High School Sports

Lady Cats rally in thriller

Eunice High’s Katelyn Joubert ripped a double to score Destiny Edwards in the bottom of the seventh as the Lady Bobcats earned a 8-7 walk-off win Tuesday over the Port Barre Lady Devils.
Trailing 7-3 heading into the bottom of the sixth inning, the Lady Cats began their comeback surge.
Joubert doubled, Amber Arvie was hit by a pitch and Morgan Domingue singled to load the bases.
Cassidy Thomas then blasted a grand-slam home run over the centerfield wall to force a 7-7 tie and set up the next inning’s thrilling finish.

Bobcats fall to AHS Rams

The Eunice High Bobcats took an early lead over the visiting Rams Tuesday but Acadinana High recovered for a 17-4 win at Bobcat Field.
Eunice High starting pitcher Jadon Brasseaux allowed single runs in the first and second inning but his teammates scored two runs in the second inning and two more in the third to hold a 4-2 lead heading into the fourth inning.

Bobcats fall to AHS Rams

By John Burson
Sports Writer
The Eunice High Bobcats took an early lead over the visiting Rams Tuesday but Acadinana High recovered for a 17-4 win at Bobcat Field.
Eunice High starting pitcher Jadon Brasseaux allowed single runs in the first and second inning but his teammates scored two runs in the second inning and two more in the third to hold a 4-2 lead heading into the fourth inning.

Lady Jays grab 5-1 win

For four innings it was a defensive struggle between Westgate and St. Edmund.
Then the Lady Jays exploded for five runs in the bottom of the fifth frame as St. Edmund earned a 5-1 win.
The Lady Jays’ scoring surge began when Allison Lafleur singled and Abby Miller reached on an error before a triple to right by Kelli Richard cleared the bases.
Richard scored on a single by Gabby Fontenot to push the Lady Jays ahead, 3-0.

Lady Jays head to state meet

They have already made history as the first girls power lifting team at St. Edmund.
But seniors Mallory Allain, Lucy Brown, Kathryn Leger along with junior Blaire Allain want to leave their mark in the school’s record books.
“When people ask us how long we have been doing this,” Mallory said. “We tell them proudly that this is our first year.”
The four Lady Jays have qualified for the LHSAA state power lifting championships that begin Friday at Fant-Ewing Coliseum on the UL-Monroe campus.

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