Early lead gives the Cardinals easy victory over McDonogh 35, 12-1

The Cardinals refused to relinquish the lead after grabbing it early against McDonogh 35, recording a 12-1 victory on Thursday at Delgado.

Nine runs in the first three innings allowed the Cardinals to put the game away early.

An error, a passed ball, an RBI double by AJ Paige, and an error during the first inning and a two-run double by Dell Turlich in the second inning fueled the Cardinals' offense early.

 Charlie Belair did his best to jumpstart the offense for the Cardinals, reaching base three times. He scored four runs and had one RBI. He singled in the first inning and doubled in the fifth inning.

  Logan Leblanc's nine strikeouts were enough to push the Cardinals past McDonogh 35. Logan allowed one earned run, five hits and one walk over five innings.

 C Marshall was the game's losing pitcher. He allowed 12 runs in five innings, walked four and struck out two.

The Cardinals added three more runs in the top of the third. A error scored Ryan Thibodeaux to get the Cardinals on the board in the inning. That was followed up by Stephan Davis's single, plating Jacob St. Pe and Charlie.

The Cardinals tacked on another two runs in the fifth. Charlie kicked things off with a double, bringing home Hayden Euper. That was followed up by Dell's single, scoring Charlie.

Diego Obando throws no-hitter as theCardinals defeat McDonogh 35 8-0

Diego Obando was great on Tuesday, throwing a no-hitter in the Cardinals' 8-0 victory over McDonogh 35.

No McDonogh 35 batter was able to locate Diego's pitches during the game. Diego threw a no-hitter, striking out 10 batters and walking none while recording his momentous feat. He got J Leonard to strike out for the final out of the game.

The Cardinals blew out McDonogh 35 thanks to five hits, including two extra base hits. The Cardinals scored four runs in the fifth on a bases loaded walk, a sacrifice fly by Ryan Thibodeaux, and a two-run single by Stephan Davis.

Ryan racked up three RBIs on one hit for the Cardinals.

The game was never in doubt after the third, as the Cardinals scored one run on.

The Cardinals increased their lead with three runs in the fourth. Ryan 's double got things going, scoring Dakota Landry and Logan Leblanc. That was followed up with a walk by Stephan.

The Cardinals fall behind in sixth inning in 5-2 loss to Shaw

The Cardinals lost the ballgame after losing the lead in the sixth inning Saturday, as Shaw grabbed a 5-2 victory in seven innings at Segnette Field.

J Giambelluca got the win for Shaw. He allowed two runs over five innings. J Giambelluca struck out one, walked three and gave up no hits.

Neither team scored until the fourth when the Cardinals got on the board. The Cardinals scored on a sacrifice fly by Braiden Usey and a groundout by Logan Leblanc.

Shaw never trailed after scoring three runs in the sixth on a groundout by L Landry and a two-run single by B Guillot.

AJ Paige gives the Cardinals late push to beat Slidell, 7-6

Big blasts bring people to their feet, and the Cardinals certainly provided a bunch of entertainment on Saturday three home runs powered the Cardinals to a 7-6 victory in eight innings over Slidell.

Home runs for the Cardinals came when Logan Leblanc homered in the second inning, Dell Turlich homered in the third inning, and AJ Paige homered in the eighth inning.

AJ helped the Cardinals take the lead for good in the eighth inning. With the score tied at six, AJ came to the plate and homered.

AJ led the Cardinals' offensive threat, as he got on base three times in the game. He scored two runs and had one RBI.

 

 

Dell had two extra-base hits for the Cardinals. He homered in the third inning and doubled in the seventh inning.

 

Ryan Thibodeaux got the win in relief for the Cardinals. Ryan pitched 2 2/3 innings and allowed no runs.

Dell, Logan, Charlie Belair and AJ helped lead the Cardinals. They combined for eight hits and five RBIs.

D Smith was the game's losing pitcher. He lasted just four innings, walked two, struck out one, and allowed one run.

The top of the second saw the Cardinals take an early lead, 2-0. A two-run home run by Logan, bringing home Braiden Usey started the inning off.

Slidell answered the Cardinals' top inning with three runs of its own in the third. Slidell scored on an RBI double by K Bijou, a sacrifice fly by J Manlove, and a solo home run by W Boler.

The Cardinals put up one run in each of the fourth, fifth and eighth. In the fourth, the Cardinals scored on an error, scoring AJ.

The Cardinals beat Northlake Christian 6-1

The Cardinals beat Northlake Christian 6-1 in seven innings on Friday behindBraiden Usey, who went 2-3 and hit a home run.

He homered in the third inning and singled in the fifth inning.

 

Dakota Landry put together a nice outing. Northlake Christian managed just one hit off of Landry, who allowed no earned runs, walked three and struck out four during his six innings of work.

 

The Cardinals stayed on top until the final out after taking the lead in the second, scoring one run on a groundout by Logan Leblanc.

The Cardinals scored two runs in the third inning, and then followed it up with two more in the fifth. In the third, the Cardinals scored on a two-run home run by Braiden, bringing home Dell Turlich.

The Cardinals answered Northlake Christian's top inning with one run of their own in the fourth. The Cardinals scored on a sacrifice fly by Jacob St. Pe.

The Cardinals make the most of 6 hits in 7-6 victory over Hammond

The Cardinals and Hammond each put runners in scoring position on Thursday, but the Cardinals capitalized on more RBI opportunities, pulling out a 7-6 win.

Hammond got eight hits compared with just six for the Cardinals, but Hammond stranded eight on base.

 

Dell Turlich got on base three times in the game for the Cardinals. He scored two runs and had one RBI. He singled in the third inning.

 

 

Ryan Thibodeaux shut down Hammond while he was on the hill. Hammond managed just four hits off of the the Cardinals' pitcher, who allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out one during his five innings of work.

 

Braiden Usey recorded the win for the Cardinals. He tossed two-thirds of an inning of shutout ball. Braiden struck out one, walked none and gave up one hit.

E Jacobsen was the game's losing pitcher. He lasted just 1 1/3 innings, walked two, struck out two, and allowed one run.

The Cardinals jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first.

After posting two runs in the third, the Cardinals again scored two in the fifth. In the third, the Cardinals scored on a two-run error, scoring Dell and Braiden.

Hammond matched its three-run sixth inning with three more in the seventh. In the sixth, Hammond scored on an RBI single by B. Schillace, scoring M. Latino.

Ryan Thibodeaux not deterred by lack of offense from the Cardinals in 2-1 victory over Holy Cross

The Cardinals starter Ryan Thibodeaux doesn't need much run-support when he is on the rubber and he showed it on Saturday at Mike Miley against Holy Cross. Seven strong innings by Thibodeaux carried the Cardinals to a 2-1 victory over Holy Cross in seven innings.

The Cardinals would not relinquish the lead as Holy Cross was unable to weather a two-run fifth inning deficit.

Holy Cross scored one run in the seventh on an error. Still, Holy Cross couldn't catch the Cardinals.

 

L. Taravella took the loss for Holy Cross. He lasted just seven innings, walked three, struck out six, and allowed two runs.

The Cardinals didn't relinquish the lead after scoring one run in the first inning when they scored on a groundout by Dell Turlich.

Holy Cross scored its only run of the game on an error in the seventh inning.

The Cardinals offense too much for Bolton in 12-2 rout

The Cardinals shut the door early on Bolton, capturing a 12-2 victory on Friday.

With seven runs in the first three innings, the Cardinals left no doubt about the eventual outcome.

A groundout by Dell Turlich, an error, an RBI single by Logan Leblanc, an RBI single by Jon Jones, and during the first inning and an RBI double by AJ Paigein the second inning supplied the early offense for the Cardinals.

 

Logan racked up two RBIs on two hits for the Cardinals.

 

 

Ryan Thibodeaux pitched lights out for the Cardinals. Ryan held Bolton hitless over two innings, allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out two.

 

C. Debevel took the loss for Bolton. He allowed 12 runs in four innings, walked six and struck out three.

The Cardinals added five more runs in the bottom of the fourth. A error scored Dell and Braiden Usey to get the Cardinals on the board in the inning. That was followed up by Logan's single, scoring Dakota Landry.

The Cardinals take out Salmen with help from Jon Jones, 6-2

Jon Jones went 2-2, helping the Cardinals to a 6-2 victory over Salmen on Friday at Mike Miley.

He singled in the third and fourth innings.

 

The Cardinals got the win thanks in large part to Dakota Landry's dominant, nine-strikeout performance. Dakota allowed one earned run on three hits and two walks over seven innings.

 

P. Lange took the loss for Salmen. He allowed six runs in seven innings, walked two and struck out eight.

The Cardinals didn't relinquish the lead after scoring two runs in the third inning when they scored on a sacrifice fly by Dell Turlich and an RBI single by Braiden Usey.

One run in the bottom of the fourth helped Salmen close its deficit to 3-1. An RBI double by Z. Lane set off Salmen rally. Finally, Dakota got C. Hayes to strike out to end the threat.

The Cardinals piled on three more runs in the top of the sixth. Hayden Euperkicked things off with a single, scoring Logan Leblanc.

One run in the bottom of the seventh helped Salmen close its deficit to 6-2. A sacrifice fly by N. Cheneau gave Salmen life. But, Dakota got R. Himber to fly out to end the game.

The Cardinals uses big fifth inning to beat North shore, 10-2 The Cardinals rolled over North shore

The Cardinals rolled over North shore 10-2 on Thursday after a six-run rally in the fifth inning.

Braiden Usey racked up three RBIs on three hits for the Cardinals. He doubled in the first inning, homered in the third inning, and singled in the fifth inning.

 Jon Jones kept contact to a minimum, striking out seven North shore batters. Jon allowed no earned runs on four hits and one walk over seven innings.

D. Reeves took the loss for North shore. He lasted just two innings, walked four, struck out two, and allowed four runs.

In the bottom of the first, the Cardinals grabbed the early lead, 2-0. A double by Braiden, scoring Charlie Belair and Travis May started the inning off.

The Cardinals didn't relinquish the lead after scoring two runs in the third inning when they scored on a solo home run by Braiden and an RBI single by Bret Dingler.

Offenses dominate as the Cardinals outscore Covington 12-9

The bats were busy on Saturday, and when the dust cleared the Cardinals had a 12-9 win over Covington in eight innings.

Hitters on both sides were strong at the plate as the teams combined for 18 hits, including seven extra base hits.

The teams traded runs for most of the contest, leading to six lead changes in the game.

The Cardinals pulled out the win thanks to a strong eighth inning. The Cardinals went up for good on an RBI single by Hayden Euper off T Rainey, scoringDakota Landry.

 

 

Hayden went a perfect 5-5 at the dish for the Cardinals.

 

Braiden Usey got the win for the Cardinals. He allowed four runs over 4 2/3 innings. He struck out seven, walked five and surrendered three hits.

Z Dale ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. He allowed eight runs in 4 2/3 innings, walked one and struck out eight.

The Cardinals jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in the top of the first. The Cardinals got things going when Hayden singled. A groundout by Charlie Belairthen moved Hayden from first to second. Braiden doubled, bringing home Hayden and AJ Paige. The Cardinals added more runs when Usey scored on an RBI single by Dell Turlich.

It didn't take long for Covington to respond as it scored three runs of its own in the third. Covington scored on an RBI single by T Thompson, a walk by K Killingsworth, and an error.

Covington pushed one run across in each of the fourth, sixth, seventh, and eighth. In the fourth, Covington scored on a passed ball, bringing home K Caldwell.

Offense aplenty in the Cardinals's 10-8 loss to Slidell

The Cardinals fell 10-8 to Slidell in seven innings on Saturday despite racking up 12 hits and eight runs.

 

Dakota Landry racked up two RBIs on two hits for the Cardinals. He doubled in the fifth inning and singled in the seventh inning.

 

D Smith got the win for Slidell. He allowed two runs over four innings. He struck out six, walked one and surrendered four hits.

B BowserC WhiteJ Manlove and G Amedeo helped lead Slidell. They combined for nine hits and four RBIs.

Ryan Thibodeaux took the loss for the Cardinals. He allowed eight runs in 4 1/3 innings, walked none and struck out one.

Slidell never trailed after scoring four runs in the first on an error, a two-run home run by J Manlove, and a groundout by K Bijou.

After pushing across two runs in the top of the fourth, the Cardinals faced just a 4-2 deficit. An RBI single by Logan Leblanc and an error gave the Cardinals life. D Smith ended the inning by getting Hayden Euper to fly out.

Two runs in the top of the fifth helped the Cardinals close their deficit to 5-4. An RBI double by Braiden Usey and an RBI double by Dakota triggered the Cardinals' comeback. But, D Bertaut got Logan to strike out to end the inning.

After a quick strike from the Cardinals, Slidell responded with three runs in the fifth. Slidell scored on an RBI single by W Boler and a two-run single by G.

Slidell added two more runs in the bottom of the sixth. A wild pitch scored C to get Slidell on the board in the inning. That was followed up by A Sigsworth's single, scoring J Elkins.

Four the Cardinals runs crossed the plate in the top half of the seventh, making the score 10-8. A groundout by Braiden, an RBI single by Dakota, an RBI single by Jacob St. Pe, and an RBI single by Jon Jones sparked the Cardinals' rally. Finally, D Bertaut got Hayden to ground out to end the game.

Braiden Usey helps the Cardinals down Lakeshore 6-4

Braiden Usey had two extra base hits as the Cardinals took home a 6-4 victory over Lakeshore in seven innings at Lakeshore High on Friday.

He doubled in the fourth and fifth innings.

Jon Jones recorded the win for the Cardinals. He allowed four runs over seven innings. Jon struck out five, walked three and gave up seven hits.

The Cardinals were sparked by Braiden and AJ Paige, who teamed up for four hits and three RBIs.

Z Bergeron was the game's losing pitcher. He allowed six runs in 5 2/3 innings, walked one and struck out six.

In the bottom of the third, Lakeshore grabbed the early lead, 3-0. Mejia started the rally for Lakeshore with a single. K Knauth singled, plating K Letort and Mejia. Lakeshore added more runs when Faciane scored on a fielder's choice.

The Cardinals went up for good in the fourth, scoring four runs on an RBI double by Braiden and two singles.

The Cardinals matched their one-run fifth inning with one more in the sixth. In the fifth, the Cardinals scored on an RBI double by Braiden, plating Hayden Euper.

A one-run fifth inning helped bring Lakeshore within one. An RBI single by M Nicholson gave Lakeshore life. Finally, Jon got C Wilkins to ground out to end the threat.

The Cardinals drop 14-4 game toChalmette

The Cardinals lost 14-4 to Chalmette on Saturday, despite a total of five hits.

Dell Turlich was hot from the plate for the Cardinals. Dell went 1-2, drove in one and scored one run. He homered in the fifth inning.

Chalmette was sparked by T. Alphonso and K. Cazes, who teamed up for three hits and six RBIs.

Chalmette jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in the bottom of the first. A double byM. Blaise, bringing home B. WilsonD. Curole and T. started the inning off.

The game's last lead went to Chalmette thanks to a fourth inning rally that saw three runs cross the plate on two errors.

After pushing across one run in the top of the fifth, the Cardinals faced just a 5-4 deficit. A solo home run by Dell triggered the Cardinals' comeback. Finally, K. got Braiden Usey to strike out to end the game.

Chalmette survived the Cardinals' surge and put up eight runs of its own in the fifth. Chalmette scored on a two-run error, a two-run triple by K., a walk by A. Powell, a walk by A. Bergeron, and a walk by T.

The Cardinals fall 9-3 to Rummel despite Braiden Usey's effort

Despite Braiden Usey's 2-3 performance at the plate on Saturday, the Cardinals took a 9-3 loss at the hands of Rummel.

Dakota Landry handled Rummel's lineup with ease, racking up seven strikeouts. Dakota allowed one earned run on five hits and three walks over five innings.

S. VeitJ. Sterling and J. Runnebaum helped lead Rummel. They combined for seven hits and seven RBIs.

The lead stayed with Rummel after the first, when it scored four runs on a two-run single by J. Runnebaum.

Rummel increased its lead with four runs in the second. S. Veit kicked things off with a three-run blast, scoring A. Wheatley and S. Wetzel. That was followed up by J. Runnebaum's single, scoring C. Ward.

A one-run fourth inning helped bring the Cardinals within seven. An RBI single byLogan Leblanc gave the Cardinals life. The Cardinals threat came to an end when S. Wetzel finally got Dakota to.

One run in the bottom of the sixth helped the Cardinals close their deficit to 9-2. A sacrifice fly by Jon Jones triggered the Cardinals' comeback. But, C. Boudreaux got Dakota to strike out to end the inning.

One run in the bottom of the seventh helped the Cardinals close their deficit to 9-3. An error sparked the Cardinals' rally. Finally, C. Boudreaux got Ryan Thibodeaux to ground out to end the game.

The Cardinals fall to Ruston 9-1

AJ Paige both hit and pitched well for the Cardinals, but it wasn't enough as the Cardinals fell to Ruston 9-1 at Kirsch Rooney on Friday.

Aj was solid at the plate for the Cardinals. Aj went 1-3 and scored one run. He singled in the second inning.

Aj put together a nice outing. Aj held Ruston hitless over two-thirds of an inning, allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out one.

Ruston was sparked by C. Brasvell and G. White, who teamed up for five hits and two RBIs.

In the first inning, the Cardinals pushed across their only run of the day on an RBI single by Ryan Thibodeaux.

Ruston stayed on top until the final out after taking the lead in the second, scoring three runs on a sacrifice fly by B. Leblanc and two singles.

Ruston added five more runs in the top of the seventh. D. Buckhalter kicked things off with a single, scoring B. That was followed up by G. Hipp's single, plating G. Durrett.

Fountianbleau's sixth inning charge helps upend the Cardinals, 3-2

 

A tight game was decided in the sixth inning as the Cardinals fell to Fountianbleau 3-2 in seven innings on Thursday at Chalmette.

 

Jon Jones baffled Fountianbleau, striking out 11 batters. Jon allowed one earned run on five hits and one walk over six innings.

 

After a scoreless stalemate, the Cardinals finally got on the board with one run in the fourth. The Cardinals got on the board thanks to an error.

Fountianbleau went up for good in the sixth, scoring one run on a fielder's choice.

One the Cardinals run crossed the plate in the bottom half of the seventh, making the score 3-2. An error sparked the Cardinals' rally. The Cardinals'Dakota Landry struck out to end the ballgame.

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