Explosive Lady Tigers score 53 runs in last 5 wins
Hahnville’s Lauren Simar celebrates after hitting a three-run home run to lead her team to a 10-3 victory over Destrehan.
Included in Hahnville’s district wins last week was a 10-3 victory over rival Destrehan and a shutout win over H.L. Bourgeois.
Hahnville 10 Destrehan 3
Against Destrehan, the Lady Tigers outhit the Lady Wildcats 14-6 on their way to the victory.
Hahnville took a 5-1 lead in the first two innings before adding five runs in the fifth frame to secure the win.
Lauren Simar led the Lady Tigers to the victory after finishing 3-for-4 with a home run and five RBIs. Maeson Martindale, Bryce Button and Caitlyn Robinson also drove in runs in the game.
Lauren Beadle picked up the win for the Lady Tigers after giving up three runs on six hits in seven innings. She struck out five in the game.
Hahnville 10 H.L. Bourgeois 0
Hahnville took a little while to get going against H.L. Bourgeois, but scored three runs in the fourth and seven in the fifth to end the game early with a shutout victory.
Button and Kaylyn Morales each finished with two RBIs, while Martindale and Maddison LeBlanc each drove in a run.
Beadle earned the victory, giving up just two hits in the shutout.
Hahnville 13 Rosepine 1
Hahnville’s success continued in the first game of the Sulphur Tournament with a 13-1 win over Rosepine.
The Lady Tigers scored all 13 runs in four innings.
Allsion Arabie, Simar and Pryscilla Prince each had two RBIs in the victory, while Taylor Hogan, Morales, LeBlanc and Marindale drove in runs.
Beadle picked up the win after giving up just three hits and one run in five innings.
Hahnville 5 Haughton 2
Hahnville trailed for most of their game against Haughton, but the Lady Tiger hitters came through with three runs in the eighth inning for the 5-2 victory.
Martindale doubled in the Lady Tigers first run in the first inning, but Haughton took the lead with a pair of runs in the bottom of the frame.
Trailing 2-1 in the seventh, Hahnville made their move. Jourdyn Hogan began the inning with a walk and courtesy runner Allison Plaisance advanced to second on a passed ball.
Plaisance took third on a deep fly ball by Button, and came home to tie the game on a popup by Arabie.
After Beadle kept Haughton off the board in the bottom of the seventh, T. Hogan gave her team the lead in the top of the eighth on a sacrifice bunt that scored Morales.
Simar then put the game out of reach with a home run that gave the Lady Tigers a 5-2 lead.
Beadle forced two straight fly balls and a fielder’s choice in the bottom of the eighth to lock up the Hahnville win.Simar led the Lady Tigers from the plate, going 2-for-4 with two RBIs. T. Hogan and Martindale also drove in runs for Hahnville.
Beadle picked up the win after giving up two earned runs on seven hits. She struck out six in the game.
Hahnville 15 Notre Dame 13
The Lady Tigers completed their sweep through the Sulphur Tournament with a 15-13 victory over Notre Dame.
Hahnville stormed out to a 13-2 lead in the first five innings, but Notre Dame struck back with four runs in both the fifth and sixth innings to cut the Lady Tigers advantage to 13-10.
In the top of the seventh, Hahnville put a little more cushion into their lead after an RBI double by J. Hogan and a fielder’s choice by Button to go on top of Notre Dame 15-10.
Notre Dame rallied for three runs in the bottom of the seventh, but it wasn’t enough as the Lady Tigers held on for the win.
Simar led Hahnville to the victory, finishing 3-for-5 with a home run, a double and four RBIs. T. Hogan also blasted a home run in the game, while LeBlanc finished with two RBIs and went 2-for-3 from the plate.
T. Hogan, Button, Madison Fremen and Morales all had RBIs in the win.
Beadle picked up the victory despite giving up 17 hits and nine earned runs. She struck out three in the game.
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