Lady Comets pile up wins, sweep Lutcher Tournament

Published 12:01 am Wednesday, March 23, 2016

LAPLACE — The St. Charles Catholic softball team continued to roll, improving to 12-1 after a 3-0 sweep of the Lutcher Tournament last weekend.

The Lady Comets took a 16-1 victory over Central Lafourche and a 14-0 victory over Teurlings Catholic on Saturday, followed by an 11-7 win over Lutcher on Sunday.

Morgan Nobile collected two hits, and Caroline Julian finished with four RBIs against Central Lafourche. Lela Hill added three RBIs as the Comets knocked eight hits. St. Charles’ pitchers held Central Lafourche to one run and one hit.

St. Charles followed that with a solid win over Teurlings Catholic, during which the Comets pounded 15 hits. Julian got three hits, and Pylar Zeringue drove in five runs. Ashley St. Martin pitched the complete game shutout, holding Teurlings Catholic to four hits. She struck out four.

The Comets came back Sunday with an 11-7 win over Lutcher with the teams combined for 30 hits and six errors. Nobile again led St. Charles with four hits and three RBIs.

Maddie Roussel had three hits. Kelsie Williams got the win for the Comets.

Softball Roundup:

The Riverside Academy Lady Rebels lost one game last week to Mother Nature before taking a pair of wins at the Lutcher Tournament.

Riverside took a 16-4 victory over Teurlings Catholic on Saturday, jumping to a 5-0 lead in the first inning.

Cheyenne Triche pitched five innings, allowing seven hits. Kacie Becnel drove in three runs.

On Sunday the Rebels beat Ellender Memorial 16-1 in three innings. Lexi Johnson held the Lady Patriots hitless and struck out three.

The Country Day game scheduled for March 17 will be rescheduled as a double header at Riverside. The Rebels will play a double-header at St. Mary’s Academy on Thursday.

East St. John and West St. John continue to struggle to find a rhythm. East St. John has lost its last seven games but managed to break its scoreless streak Saturday against Chapelle. Kynedi Poullard and Channel Simmons both got hits and scored runs in the game.

West St. John will host Country Day Thursday.