St. Charles rec All-Stars sweep state tournament
The teams won the title in the 8U, 10U, 12U, 14U and 16U divisions in the tournament held in St. Francisville. The teams are currently playing in the Southwest Regional tournament, which is underway at the West Bank Bridge Park in Luling.
"It speaks volumes about our program," St. Charles Parks and Recreation Director Duane Foret said. "This is the first time in the parish’s history of particpating in Babe Ruth that all of our teams have swept the competition. It says a lot about the participants, coaches and parents who drive their kids all over to compete.
"We are very proud."
St. Charles Parish players also took home the MVP award in all the divisions in which they played.
The winners were McKenna Cortez in the 8U division, Peighton Cancienne in 10U, Pylar Zeringue in 12U, Mia Casanova in 14U and Megan Adams in 16U.
Now, the girls have set their sights on a regional championship, which they will go after in front of their home town fans.
"Not only do we have a successful state run, but now they are competing in the regional in front of their parents, coaches and some of their league participants," Foret said. "It’s a very special moment for them."
Subscribe Today and Save!!!
St. Charles Herald-Guide is an award-winning newspaper that covers all aspects of St. Charles Parish - from schools and parish government news to social events, features on our local residents and sports.
Order your subscription today!
HBO documentary figure and murder suspect Robert Durst is coming to St. Charles...
Food, bands and carnival games will all be featured at this weekend’s Little Red...
With the theme of “Live Well, Love Much, Laugh Often,” the St. Charles Women’s Club...
The St. Charles Herald-Guide lost a co-founder, fellow writer and matriarch last...
Playing at St. Thomas Aquinas in Hammond, despite being the lower seed and earning...
It was Wayne Abadie’s opportunity to work in “plarn,” but also to use this plastic...
Rooster Comb Barber Shop is an Old Fashioned Barber Shop with highly skilled barbers that were taught by Head Rooster himself (Alvin Boe). Family owned and operated, three generations strong! Walk ins welcomed.
Longtime Herald-Guide co-publisher Colette Lottinger has passed away - 1161 views
Colette Lottinger, 76, passed away in her home, after a four-year battle with cancer.