New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-05-11 22:13:00 –
Some teams trekked to sulfur one day early to prepare for the match at the LHSAA baseball tournament.
The Class 2A top seed Doyle wasn’t one of them. why? Therefore, the Tigers (27-8) can stick to what “takes us there.”
“I’m a habitual creature,” said Doyle coach Tim Beatty. “I will play in the final round tomorrow (Wednesday).” I would rather put these kids in my bed at home.
“I get up in the morning and head for sulfur. I stop on the way and take the time to hit. I want to keep it as simple as possible.”
Doyle will meet 5th Loroville (21-9) in the Field 40 2A Semifinal Set at Sulfer’s McMurray Park at 6pm Wednesday. This game is part of a busy eight-game semi-final schedule.
The Tigers have traveled this way before. They were class 2A runners-up in 2019, and several starters, including outstanding pitcher Andrew Uratich, were part of that DHS team that lost to Kinder in the title game.
Defeating Kinder in the quarter-final series last weekend removed the last obstacle to the tournament and helped the 2015 team drive away some demons for Beatty, who lost to the yellow jacket in the semi-finals.
Former players of the 2015 team watched the Tigers shut out Kinder 11-0, 5-0 and move forward. These victories were notable for reasons other than their opponents.
By defeating Kinder twice, Doyle kept his opponent scoreless during the 50 innings, including the playoffs and the last two regular season games.
Uratitch (9-3) is the leader of the deep tiger pitching staff who has supported the streak. Doyle has a share of offensive weapons.
Braden Keane hits .386 with 27 stolen bases and 25 RBIs, while the Cay Lions have 5 home runs, 40 RBIs and an average RBI of .375. Tyson Stewart has 30 RBIs and an average of 0.325 RBIs.
“One of my coaches once told me that I had time to get out of the way … just let them play. That’s what I’m trying to do.”
Massacre game ending friday
sulfur- Heavy lightning and rain stopped the No. 12 Slaughter Community Charter Class 1A Semifinal on Tuesday in two LHSAA baseball tournaments.
Both 1A semifinals will resume on Friday, starting at 1:00 pm on Field 37 with 2nd Grand Lake and 6th LaSalle, followed by Slaughter and Oak Grove. The 1A final was postponed on Saturday at 2:00 pm.
Slaughter chased Oak Grove (18-9) 3-0, 1 out in the bottom of the 2nd inning, and Grand Lake stopped playing 2-0 in the 3rd inning.
Slaughter (9-10) starting pitcher Keegan Knight retired from the side in the first inning, but the Tigers hit three hits, including the doubles of Chad Ashburn and Dalton Allen, scoring three runs with the ball passed. ..
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