Lady Tigers continue to roll over district competition


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Hahnville first baseman Jourdyn Hogan throws the ball to catcher Maddison LeBlanc during a game against East St. John.
Hahnville first baseman Jourdyn Hogan throws the ball to catcher Maddison LeBlanc during a game against East St. John.
The Hahnville Lady Tigers (18-4) remained undefeated in district play by blowing past East St. John, 23-1, for their tenth league win. Hahnville also picked up a big out-of-district win over Dominican on Friday before falling to Mt. Carmel, 4-1, on Saturday.

Hahnville 23    East St. John 1

The Lady Tigers needed only eight hits and three innings to crush East St. John 23-1 on Thursday.

Hahnville exploded for 13 runs in the first inning and added 10 more in the second frame on their way to the blowout victory.

Jourdyn Hogan made the most of her one hit, a double, to drive in four runs for the Lady Tigers. Maeson Martindale doubled in three runs while Caitlyn Robinson and Taylor Hogan both went 2-for-2 with two RBIs.

Bryce Button also got in on the action, finishing 2-for-3 with two RBIs, while Kelly Ortego, Harlie Woods, Madison Fremen and Gabrielle Constant each drove in a run.Lauren Beadle pitched Hahnville to the win, no-hitting the Lady Wildcats while striking out three in three innings.Hahnville 11    Dominican 2

The Lady Tigers scored early and often in an 11-2 victory over Dominican on Friday.

Hahnville took a 2-0 lead on an RBI single by Martindale in the first inning and stretched their advantage to 4-0 after a pair of Dominican errors in the second inning.

In the third, the Lady Tigers began to put the game away with four more runs.

Maddison LeBlanc hit an RBI single to start the inning’s scoring, and J. Hogan singled to left to put Hahnville up 6-0.

Pryscilla Prince then blasted a hard liner to left field to drive in both J. Hogan and Robinson for a 8-0 Lady Tiger lead.

Dominican finally got on the board in the bottom of the third when they scored two runs, but Hahnville added the finishing touches to the victory with RBI doubles by Button in the fourth and sixth innings.

Button led the Lady Tigers from the plate, going 3-for-4 with two RBIs. Prince was 2-for-5 with two RBIs, while Lauren Simar, Martindale, LeBlanc and J. Hogan all drove in runs in the game.

Beadle picked up the win, giving up six hits while allowing no earned runs in seven innings. She struck out two in the game.Hahnville 1    Mt. Carmel 4

Despite their impressive win over Dominican, the Lady Tigers couldn’t muster much offense in a 4-1 loss to Mt. Carmel on Saturday.

Mt. Carmel built up a 3-1 lead in the first four innings, with the Lady Tigers only run coming in the fifth.

Robinson singled to start that inning before stealing second. Prince knocked a single to left field that plated Robinson to make the score 3-1.

However, Mt. Carmel added some cushion to their lead in the sixth with another run and Hahnville was unable to recover.Prince, T. Hogan, Martindale and Robinson were the only Lady Tigers to record hits in the game.

Beadle suffered the loss after giving up eight hits and two earned runs in six innings.




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