Baseball: St. Charles Catholic wins twice, Riverside once in Lutcher tourney

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It was a good day for St. Charles Catholic pitching Saturday at the Lutcher Tournament.

The Comets swept a pair of games, shutting out Riverside 3-0 and Berwick 6-0.

Brandon Gilberti shutout the Rebels on two hits, striking out four while throwing 103 pitches to remain unbeaten at 4-0. Justin Loupe had a hit and an RBI for the Comets, who scored two runs in the top of the fourth and added a run in the fifth. In the win over Panthers, Jacob Jensen allowed just one hit, striking out five. Zach Weber and Brady Newman each drove in two runs while Dane Authement added an RBI for the Comets (9-4).

Mason Vicknair pitched well for the Rebels in a losing cause. He was victimized by shaky defense as he allowed three unearned runs, striking out four while throwing 109 pitches. Riverside committed five errors.

Riverside picked up a win, beating Berwick 6-2. The Rebels (6-7) scored two runs each in the bottom of the second, fifth and sixth innings. Vicknair had two hits and an RBI while Zach Gieger, Jordan Loving, Brandon Morris each added an RBI. Zach Breaud pitched a complete game seven-hitter, walking just one and striking out one for the win. Austin Price took the loss for Berwick. Kyle Pitre and Mitchell Sanford each had two hits for the Panthers (5-12).

St. Charles Catholic returns to action today against Karr and host Lutcher today. Riverside also plays Lutcher, starting at 11:30 a.m.

Area Prep Baseball Results for Saturday, Mar. 19

New Orleans Area

Belle Chasse 7 Slidell 6

Brother Martin 3 Byrd 1

Chalmette 4 Salmen 1

Covington 4 Chalmette 0

Covington 2 Salmen 0

Crescent City 7 Ben Franklin 5

De La Salle 11 Higgins 9

Destrehan 6 Byrd 3

East St. John 11 St. Martin’s Episcopal 1

John Ehret 12 St. Augustine 2

Grace Christian 8 St. James 3

Hannan 17 Bonnabel 1

Jesuit 6 West Ouachita 1

Grace King 3 Lusher 2

Landry-Walker 11 Carver 1

Landry-Walker 5 Lake Area New Tech 1

Lutcher 7 Karr 1

Mandeville 3 Rummel 1

Northlake Christian 8 Loranger 0

Northshore 15 Bonnabel 1

Riverside 6 Berwick 2

Slidell 13 Thomas Jefferson 11

St. Charles Catholic 6 Berwick 0

St. Charles Catholic 3 Riverside 0

West Ouachita 8 Holy Cross 5

Baton Rouge Area

Airline 11 Dutchtown 4

Brusly 14 Episcopal (BR) 4

Calvary Baptist 15 Southern Lab 5

Catholic (BR) 9 St. Thomas More 3

Central 13 Comeaux 1

Central Catholic 12 Ascension Catholic 3

Central Catholic 1 Dunham 0

Christian Home Educators Fellowship 18 Tara 0

Denham Springs 13 Acadiana 2

Dunham 6 Opelousas Catholic 5

Dutchtown 1 Sulphur 0

East Ascension 4 Notre Dame 3

East Iberville 8 Donaldsonville 3 (Game one)

East Iberville 7 Donaldsonville 6 (Game two)

Lafayette 3 Central 0

Lafayette 12 Denham Springs 2

Live Oak 5 Acadiana 3

Live Oak 15 Carencro 3

Livonia 7 Vermilion Catholic 3

Mamou 10 Southern Lab 0

Maurepas 5 Springfield 4

Notre Dame 5 St. Michael 4

Opelousas Catholic 6 Plaquemine 0

Parkview Baptist 11 East Ascension 1

St. Amant 19 Woodlawn (BR) 0

St. Michael 8 Benton 4

Teurlings Catholic 6 Parkview Baptist 2

Teurlings Catholic 12 St. Amant 1

University 6 Episcopal (BR) 4

University 15 St. John 4

Walker 9 St. Thomas More 6

West Feliciana 5 Houma Christian 4

West Feliciana 7 Terrebonne 4

Bayou Area

H.L. Bourgeois 15 St. Martin’s Episcopal 4

Houma Christian 5 Terrebonne 3

Morgan City 4 Catholic (NI) 1

Rosepine 6 Patterson 0

South Beauregard 15 Patterson 3

South Lafourche 13 H.L. Bourgeois 1

Vandebilt Catholic 2 Parkway 0

E.D. White Catholic 11 Thibodaux 0

Zachary 4 Assumption 2

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