DELCAMBRE — Blake Gonsoulin scattered five hits and allowed two runs over seven innings and Payton Pharr had two hits with a home run and two RBIs to help Catholic High rebound from a 2-1 loss to Delcambre Tuesday with a 7-2 win Thursday over DHS in a District 5-2A baseball game at Remy Landry Park.
T.J. Norris and Courtland Parr also had two hits each as CHS pounded out 12 hits in all.
“That was the post-game discussion with the team,” CHS coach Tim Comeaux said. “The true measure of a team is how you bounce back. It looked like the whole team was ready to play good baseball tonight.
“I told them the only negative was that it took Blake about an inning and a half to find his true groove. He definitely did. When you throw only 75 pitches in a seven-inning game, that’s very commendable.”
Logan Breaux, Cole Prejean, Parr, Dylan Cagnina and Gonsoulin each doubled for CHS and Andre Bellefontaine stole home in a three-run seventh inning that sealed the win for the Panthers.
Chris Borel took the loss for Delcambre after he gave up seven runs, five earned, on 12 hits in 6 1/3 innings. Zack Frederick pitched two-thirds of an inning in relief.
Zack Trahan, Borel, Seth Esponge, Brayton Trahan and Payton DeRanger each had a hit for Delcambre.
Catholic High (10-10 overall, 4-2 district) travels to University High in Baton Rouge Saturday while Delcambre (12-6, 5-1) plays host to Iota Saturday.
Loreauville 10, Westminster 0
OPELOUSAS — Matt Lissard had three hits, including a triple, and Connor Landry had two hits, including a grand slam home run, as Loreauville pounded Westminster Christian Academy in five innings Thursday, avenging a 7-1 loss to the Crusaders at home Tuesday.
Scott Hebert also had two hits while Max Dugas, Grant Hebert, Malik Washington and Bryson Broussard each had hit for the Tigers (11-6, 4-2).
Josh Simon pitched a one hitter with three strikeouts over five innings for the win.
Individual statistics for WCA (6-13, 1-5) were not available.
Loreauville plays host to Kaplan Saturday.
St. Thomas More 11, Westgate 1
LAFAYETTE — Mason Tucker allowed one run and Oneal Lockridge had three hits, including a home run, as St. Thomas More pounded Westgate in six innings Thursday in District 5-4A play.
Brennan Langlinais also homered and Grant Cox doubled to help the Cougars (15-8, 7-0) stayed perfect in district play.
Edward Varnado took the loss for Westgate, allowing nine runs on nine hits in three innings.
Cameron Fremin and Dustin Boutte each doubled for Westgate (2-17, 1-6). The Tigers travel to Breaux Bridge today.
Hanson 8, Morgan City 2
MORGAN CITY — Luke Lancon had three hits and Cameron Stovall homered and drove in two runs as Hanson beat Morgan City Wednesday in a non-district game.
Bo Barrilleaux and Chase Mensman each had two hits for the Tigers, who spotted Morgan City two runs in the top of the first inning, then ran off eight straight over the next six innings for the win.
Jacob Hebert went all seven innings and allowed two runs on six hits with four strikeouts for the win.
Ethan Scioneaux took the loss for Morgan City, giving up seven runs on nine hits over four innings.
Brady Freyou had a hit and an RBI to lead Morgan City (10-11).
Hanson (17-2) plays host to District 7-A rival Ascension Episcopal Saturday.
Centerville 13, Patrick Taylor 2
CENTERVILLE — Ashton Landry had three hits and knocked in three runs with her bat, and allowed two runs on three hits in six innings in the circle as Centerville beat Patrick Taylor School of Science and Technology in six innings in District 8-B softball action Thursday.
Rylie Candella, Hailey McDaniel, Victoria Theriot, Rachel LeBlanc and Marlee Darden each had two hits for Centerville, which improved to 8-10 overall and finished its district play with a 2-4 record.
Individual statistics for Patrick Taylor (7-10, 0-6) were not available.
Centerville closes the season with two games on the road — at Donaldsonville Monday and at Patterson Tuesday.
Holden 7, Centerville 1
HOLDEN — Ashton Landry had three hits and an RBI in a district loss to Holden Tuesday.
Landry took the loss for Centerville, allowing seven runs, four earned, on four hits in seven innings.
Rylie Candella scored the only run for Centerville and Rachel LeBlanc had two hits for the Lady Bulldogs.
Individual statistics for Holden were not available.