River Ridge, Courcelle Law, In & Out Urgent Care, Peck’s Seafood and Malcolm Dienes claim CCS Summer League wins – Crescent City Sports
After a prep season where they fell just short of a state championship, the John Curtis-based River Ridge Patriots got off to a strong start on opening day of the Crescent City Summer Premier League. Sports Prep managing Newman 13-4.
River Ridge scored two runs in the top of the first inning before Newman tied it with a run in the first and a run in the second.
The Patriots exploded in six runs in the third inning to make it 8-2. The Greenies got two runs in the fourth and it was 8-4. River Ridge scored a run in the fifth and two runs apiece in the sixth and seventh innings to round out the scoring.
Cameron Romano picked up the win for the Patriots. Dagan Bruno doubled and drove in three runs while Austin Ackel and Syris McClinton each had a double and two RBIs to pace River Ridge’s offense while Tulane commit Michael O’Brien scored three runs.
Jack Nesser and Peter Loop each had a pair of hits for Newman. Will Robert took the loss.
De La Salle-based Courcelle Law beat Archbishop Shaw-based Refuel 8-5.
Courcelle Law scored twice in the top of the third inning before scoring five runs in the fourth, which proved to be the difference. Collier Crockett, Gavin Kimble, Noah Arrevalo and Ty Poole each drove in an uprising race.
Refuel had a run in the fourth, two runs in the fifth and a run in the sixth to make it 7-4. Each team added a run in the seventh inning.
Matt Bedi took the win, going four innings, allowing one run on two hits, striking out four. Bedi and Zach Brisset each added two hits for Courcelle Law.
Gavin Richard, Jacob Pereira and Julyan Clarks each had an RBI for the Eagles.
In Chalmette, St. Paul-based In & Out Urgent Care doubled Chalmette 4-2.
It was Cooper Winchester’s show as Winchester had two hits and made it all four runs with a homer and a brace for the St. Paul-based team.
Logan Pointiff went three innings, allowing an unearned run on a hit. The pontiff walked one and pulled out two. Braden Farizo pitched three innings in relief, allowing an unearned run on a hit. Farizo walked one and struck out five.
Jimmy Corley took the loss for Chalmette, allowing four runs (three earned) in six innings with one walk and four strikeouts. Marcuss Campbell had a brace and an RBI for the Owls.
In & Out scored twice in the top of the first before the Owls cut the deficit to 2-1 with a run late in the first.
In & Out made it 3-1 with a run in the fourth before Chalmette cut the deficit to 3-2 with a run in the fifth. Wolves added a point in the sixth to complete the score.
Northshore-based Peck’s Seafood tore Ascension Catholic 17-7 on the road in a game shortened to five innings by mercy rule.
Peck took control early with seven runs in the top of the first inning before adding two runs in the second, three in the third and five runs in the fifth.
Ascension Catholic scored two runs in the first inning, one run in the second and four runs in the third.
Noah Lasseigne had two hits, including a home run and four RBIs while Hayden Wingrave had two doubles and four RBIs.
Brandon Sintes, the game’s third pitcher, was the winning relief pitcher.
In a non-championship game, Hahnville beat Terrebonne 9-4.
Talan Theriot had two hits and three RBIs to pace Hahnville’s offense while Ryan Gregson had two runs.
In a match broadcast live at Crescent City Sports, Archbishop Rummel-based Malcolm Dienes ripped through HolyCross-based Ponstein Grocery Store 10-1 at Tiger Park.
CCS Prep League Results for Wednesday May 31
Courcelle Law 8, Supply 5
Malcolm Dienes 10, Ponstein 1
Peck’s Seafood 17, Catholic Ascension 7
River Ridge Patriots 13, Newman 4
Hahnville 9, Terrebonne 4