CROWLEY – The Iota Bulldogs exploded for seven runs in the third inning and held off a late rally to slip away from Miller Stadium with a 13-9 victory over Northside Christian Tuesday evening.
Iota (5-6) racked up 12 hits in the contest and took advantage of seven NCS errors to record the victory.
The Warriors (4-2) jumped out to a 2-1 advantage in the first two innings before Iota’s offensive outburst in the third.
Iota collected five hits in the frame, including a two-run double by Michael Thevis and RBI singles by Nicolas Sloane, Kyle Smith and John LeJeune. Northside aided in the rally with two walks and two errors.
The Dogs added three runs in the fifth inning and two in the sixth while the Warriors scored seven runs over the final three frames.
Michael Reed earned the victory on the mound for the Dogs after giving up nine runs on eight hits and one walk. He struck out seven in 5 2/3 innings.
Christian Morgan suffered the loss for the Warriors after giving up five runs on four hits and three walks in 1 2/3 innings of relief work.
Sloane and Smith each had two hits and two RBI for Iota while LeJeune had two hits and one RBI. Tim Lunson and Garrette Reppond also had two hits each. Thevis and John Michael Trahan each had one hit and two RBI.
Joseph Trahan led the offensive charge for Northside and finished a single shy of hitting for the cycle. He doubled in the first inning, tripled in the third and hit a three-run home run in the sixth.
Christian Morgan added two hits and one RBI while Dillon Hayes, Trace Lemaire and Jordan Monte each had one hit.
Pios rally past Tigers
BREAUX BRIDGE – The Notre Dame Pios rallied for eight runs in the final two innings to slip past Breaux Bridge, 10-7, Tuesday evening.
The Pios rallied from a two-run deficit and went on top, 6-4, when Hogan Guidry delivered a three-run, bases- loaded double in the sixth inning.
The Pios added four more runs in the seventh inning on a two-run double by Sam Veillon, an RBI single from Alex Rozas and an RBI from Joe Faulk.
Breaux Bridge rallied in the bottom of the seventh with a pair of runs and threatened later when they loaded the bases with one out.
The threat was short-lived, however, when Faulk fielded a ground ball at shortstop, flipped it to Guidry at second, who in turn fired to first baseman Kevin Frank to complete a game-ending double play.
Rozas picked up the victory for the Pios after pitching two innings of relief. He gave up one run on four hits and struck out one.
Veillon had two hits and four RBI on the day and Guidry had two hits, including a double, and three RBI.
Gavin Bourgeois, Dillan Gilbert and Brennan Corzine each added two hits while Rozas and Jacques Thibodeaux each had one.