Lady Tigers lock up district title with wins over Thibodaux, Lafourche
Hahnville senior Lauren Simar throws a runner out at first base after fielding a tough grounder at third.
Hahnville 18 South Lafourche 0
The Lady Tigers needed just two innings to dispatch South Lafourche 18-0 on Thursday. Hahnville scored 16 runs in the first inning and added two in the second frame for the shutout victory.
Allison Arabie started the scoring for Hahnville with a single, and Lauren Simar hit a double to left field to put the Lady Tigers up 2-0. Maeson Martindale singled in another run, and Arabie hit an RBI single again later in the inning to give her squad an 8-0 lead.
The Hahnville hits kept on coming.
Martindale lined another single to center to give the Lady Tigers a 10-0 lead, and Madison Fremen hit a two-RBI single to make the score 13-0.
A double by Alaina Rasco gave Hahnville a 14-0 lead, with two more runs coming in due to South Lafourche errors.
In the second, Fremen scored the last two runs for Hahnville on a single to left field that plated Megan Adams and Gabrielle Constant.
Fremen and Martindale helped the Lady Tigers pick up the win by both going 2-for-2 from the plate with three RBIs. Arabie finished 2-for-3 with three RBIs, while Rasco was 1-for-2 with two RBIs. Simar also drove in a run in the victory.Lauren Beadle picked up the win, no-hitting South Lafourche through three innings while striking out three.
Hahnville 8 Thibodaux 1
The Lady Tigers continued to excel on offense in Saturday’s 8-1 win over Thibodaux.
Hahnville took a 2-0 lead in the first inning after an RBI double by Martindale and an RBI single by Maddison LeBlanc.The Lady Tigers added two more runs in the third when Martindale scored on an error and Jourdyn Hogan doubled to drive in Allison Plaisance for a 4-0 advantage.
Hahnville put the game away in the fourth with four more runs. Caitlyn Robinson gave her team a 5-0 lead after scoring on a wild pitch, and Taylor Hogan doubled to left to plate Kaylyn Morales and Pryscilla Prince to put Hahnville up 7-0.
An RBI single by LeBlanc later in the inning ended the Lady Tiger scoring spree.
LeBlanc finished 2-for-4 from the plate with two RBIs, while T. Hogan was 1-for-4 with two RBIs. J. Hogan and Martindale also drove in runs in the victory.
Beadle picked up the win for Hahnville after limiting Thibodaux to just three hits in seven innings. She struck out five in the game.
Hahnville was scheduled to face Destrehan on Tuesday, but the game was cancelled due to field conditions. The teams played each other on Wednesday, but the game occurred after press deadline. Visit www.heraldguide.com for an in-depth report of the Hahnville vs. Destrehan game.
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