Recap Of Monday's Playoff Action




Trey Sofio
Louisiana Scouting Director

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In recruiting news, McNeese State picked up two commitments in the 2017 class in OF Alex Goree (Barbe HS) and INF/OF Peyton Johnson (Sam Houston HS).

Yesterday kicked off the start of 2016 playoffs across the state and several games took place, with more coming today. Prep Baseball Report headed to Hahnville high school and caught the 4:00 PM matchup between Central(BR) and Hahnville.

2017 LHP Austin Perrin got the nod for Hahnville and was sharp. He went complete game (6 innings) only allowing 1 hit, as Hahnville won by a score of 11 to 1. Perrin’s fastball sat 83-85 mph, touching 86 mph once, and he pitched to both sides of the plate fairly well. He also showed a sharp breaking ball with 2/8 shape at 73-74 mph, throwing it for strikes at times, as well as a strike out pitch late in counts. On the day, Perrin struck out 9. After the game, Perrin also received an offer from Louisiana-Lafayette.

Louisiana State recruit, Ma’Khail Hilliard, got the nod for Central(BR) and was solid in 3 plus innings of work, considering he was battling back from an injury. His fastball sat 82-84 mph with his usual late, hard cutting action. The breaking ball was sharp with 10/4 shape and tight spin at 76-77 mph. Hilliard punched out 4 in all.

2017 INF Waylon Leblanc (Hahnville HS) was intriguing, taking a quality round of infield, as he showed quality actions and feel for short stop. He added a couple of hits at the plate, including an RBI single that opened up a big inning for the Tigers.

After the 4:00 PM game, Prep Baseball Report traveled to Mike Miley Stadium to catch Chalmette vs John Curtis. Chalmette eventually upset John Curtis by a score of 8 to 4. The stadium was packed, and the energy was intense.

2017 RHP Rafe Schindler got the start for Chalmette and was solid in 6 innings, allowing 4 runs and striking out 7. His fastball sat 83-85 mph with life, and he spun several tight sliders at 74-76 mph. His final pitches were his best, as he threw his three best sliders of the day to strike out 2018 Jordin LaBruzza with runners on 2nd and 3rd and two outs, after LaBruzza had already doubled with two outs, driving in two earlier in the contest.

5A Monday Scores

No. 14 John Curtis- 4
No. 19 Chalmette-  8

No. 13 Hahnville-  11
No. 20 Central(BR)-  1

No. 11 Byrd-  10
No.22 Haughton-  4

No. 6 Sulphur-  1
No. 27 Captain Shreve-  3

No. 10 Zachary-  11
No. 23 New Iberia-  1

4A Monday Scores

No. 16 Livonia-  3
No. 17 Edna Karr-  0

No. 15 Beau Chene- 2
No. 18 Belle Chasse-  0

3A Monday Scores

No. 14 Berwick-  5
No. 19 Jennings-  9

No. 16 Buckeye-  4
No. 17 North Vermilion-  3

No. 8 Eunice-  4
No. 25 Kaplan-  3

No. 6 West Feliciana- 10
No. 27- Vidalia-  0

No. 7 North Webster- 6
No. 26 Patterson-  3

No. 10 De La Salle- 1
No. 23 Pine Prairie-  2

2A Monday Scores

No. 1 St. Thomas Aquinas-  7
No. 32 Loreauville-  4

No. 9 Kinder-  10
No. 24 Haynes-  3

No. 15 Sterlington-  3
No. 18 Sacred Heart-  2

No. 2 St. Charles Catholic- 10
No. 31 East Feliciana-  0

1A Monday Scores

No. 3 Ascension Catholic-  19
No. 30 Beekman-  1

No. 16 Grand Lake-  8
No. 17 LaSalle-  4

No. 7 Oak Grove-  16
No. 26 St. Frederick-  6

No. 4 St. Mary-  9
No. 29 Oberlin-  0

No. 15 Ascension Christian- 4
No. 18 St. Edmund-  5

Class B Monday Scores

No. 11 Stanley-  10
No. 22 Bell City-  0

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