High School Sports

Sacred Heart slips past St. Ed’s; Pine Prairie blitzes Northwest

Sacred Heart assistant coach Brent Duplechain meets with his pitcher on the mound in the Trojan’s 11-10 win Tuesday afternoon. Sacred Heart is now 12-4 on the year. (Gazette photo by Tracey Jagneaux)

What should have been an easy win for the Sacred Heart baseball team turned into a fight, as the Trojans had to score the winning run in their final at bat to secure an 11-10 win over St. Ed’s at home Tuesday afternoon.

Mamou power lifters come up big at the state championships

Mamou’s Hunter Marcantel is shown receiving his first place medal at the state power lifting meet held in Monroe from LHSAA official Keith Alexander this past Friday. The Demons placed second overall. (Gazette photo by Tracey Jagneaux)

MONROE – Going into the state power lifting meet, head coach Kirk Lavergne knew both his boys and girls squads had an opportunity to make some noise.

Resilient win

Sacred Heart’s Karli Fontenot slides under the tag of the Opelousas Catholic catcher for the winning run in the Lady Trojan’s dramatic 12-11 win Tuesday afternoon. With the win, Sacred Heart is now 11-6 on the season and 1-1 in District 5-2A play. (Gazette photo by Tracey Jagneaux)

VILLE PLATTE – It took until the final at bat before the Sacred Heart Lady Trojan softball team could claim their first district win of the season, as they slid past the Opelousas Catholic Lady Vikings 12-11 here Tuesday afternoon.

Pine Prairie scores big win; Sacred Heart falls to Notre Dame

Pine Prairie catcher Sara Tate reaches out for a pitch in a game played recently. Tate was one hit shy of the cycle in the Lady Panther’s 13-1 drumming of the Eunice High. (Gazette photo by Tracey Jagneaux)

It was another big day for the Pine Prairie Lady Panthers, as they picked up their fourth straight district win with a 13-1 run-rule victory over the Eunice Lady Bobcats at home Thursday afternoon.

Sacred Heart powers past Oak Hill; falls to Breaux Bridge Tigers

Sacred Heart’s Cannon Beaver looks to throw a runner out at first base in a game played earlier this week. The Trojans went 2-1 this past week in their three games. (Gazette photo by Tracey Jagneaux)

VILLE PLATTE — It looks like it is going to be another one of those years for the Sacred Heart baseball team.
After defeating Port Barre on Tuesday by one run, the Trojans traveled to Breaux Bridge for a make-up game from last week.

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