SCOTT — The Sam Houston Broncos’ 11-game win streak ended on Saturday with a 6-2 loss on the road to Acadiana.
Sam Houston (24-5, 7-1) still leads the District 3-5A standings but now only holds a one-game lead on Acadiana (20-6, 6-2).
Acadiana built up a 5-0 lead after three innings.
Sam Houston attempted to rally with two runs in the top of the fifth when Connor Cudd scored on a bases loaded walk and Mason Stutes scored on a sacrifice fly by Chris Haggard.
Blake Hine (5-1) lost for the first time this year after allowing three runs on one hit in two-thirds of an inning.
Hahnville 10, Sulphur 4
HAHNVILLE — The Tors ended their weekend road swing with a 10-4 loss to Hahnville on Saturday.
Sulphur led 1-0 in the top of the first inning when Chance Stone scored on a bunt by Andrew Sheridan but Hahnville scored three in the bottom half of the inning and four more in the second.
Cade Miguez (2-3, 3 runs, 2 RBIs) and Josh Nunez 2-2 (3 RBIs) led Hahnville at the plate.
Chance Stone took the loss for Sulphur after allowing seven runs on five hits in one and two-third innings.
Friday, Apr. 7th
Teurlings 4, Sulphur 1
LAFAYETTE — The Sulphur Tors’ three-game win streak ended on Friday with a 4-1 non-district loss to Teurlings Catholic on the road.
The game was tied 0-0 until Nick Webre hit a grand slam with one out in the fifth inning.
Chance Stone scored the Tors’ lone run in the sixth inning on a single to left field by Scott Jones.
Will Dion (2-2) took the loss for Sulphur after allowing four runs on eight hits in six innings.
Thursday, Apr. 6th
Sulphur 7, Comeaux 3
SULPHUR — Sulphur won its third consecutive game on Thursday with a 7-3 win at McMurry Park over Comeaux.
Comeaux led 1-0 for two innings but the Tors rallied for four runs in the bottom of the third. Hadyn Stutes and Scott Jones hit back-to-back singles to start the inning and Stutes scored on a bunt by Brody Strahan. Ben Broussard’s sacrifice fly plated a run and Jake Broussard hit a RBI single and scored on a bases loaded walk to put the Tors up 4-1.
Strahan had a big day at the plate going 2-for-3 including his first homerun, a solo shot in the fourth inning, of the season.
Jammie Benoit pitched four innings to earn his fourth win of the season. Benoit allowed two runs on four hits while striking out one and walking two. Jake Broussard entered the game with the bases loaded, no outs and the tying run up to bat in the seventh but got out of the jam to earn his first save of the season.
Sam Houston 3, Lafayette 0
MOSS BLUFF — The third-ranked Sam Houston Broncos won their 11th consecutive game on Thursday after beating Lafayette 3-0.
Chris Haggard pitched his fourth complete game of the season while holding the Lions to just one hit. He struck out nine and walk none to improve to 4-1.
With two outs in the second inning, Payden Reeves beat out the throw to home plate on an infield single by Kendall Kennedy to put Sam Houston up 1-0.
Mason Stutes scored on a bases loaded walk with one out in the fourth inning and Reeves scored on a sacrifice fly by Chris Haggard.
Westlake 8, Jennings 5
WESTLAKE — Sophomore Evan Goss turned in another strong pitching performance on Thursday to lead the Westlake Rams to an 8-5 win over Jennings.
Goss earned his third win in District 4-3A action after holding the Bulldogs to five unearned runs on five hits in six and one-third innings. Goss struck out nine batters and walked three. Brayden Winn got the final two outs to earn the save.
Westlake took an early 3-2 lead in the first inning when Goss scored on an error with one out.
Jennings retook the lead on Kamran Richard’s RBI double in the second inning but the Rams took the lead for good with two runs in the bottom of the third inning. Brayden Winn tied the game at 4-4 when he scored on a ground out by Michael Guidry and Michael Harlow scored the go-ahead run on a passed ball.
Mamou 8, Vinton 5
MAMOU — The Vinton Lions lost for the fourth time in five games on Thursday after falling to Mamou on the road 8-5.
Vinton scored three runs in the top of the first inning on Tanner Young’s RBI single, a fielder’s choice and an error but Mamou scored three in the bottom half and two in the second inning to take the lead.
Vinton tried two rally with two runs on an error with two outs in the seventh but couldn’t sustain the rally.
Zack Courville suffered his first loss of the season after allowing five runs, two earned, in two innings.