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Catholic and Parkview win, St. Amant - Zachary PPD

Catholic High celebrates after 4-2 victory over Sulphur High Catholic High celebrates after 4-2 victory over Sulphur High
NEW ORLEANS (WAFB) -

Catholic High beat Sulphur High 4-2 in the LHSAA 5A baseball playoffs. The Bears advance to play West Monroe on Saturday. 

Class 5A's semifinals have been scheduled for 4pm and 7pm with the Championship game taking place Sunday.

In 3A playoff action Parkview Baptist beat North DeSoto and advances to play E.D. White in the championship game Saturday at 1pm.

In MAIS, the Central Private Rebels won the championship series 2-0 with a 14-2 victory over Marshall.

 

LHSAA Playoffs

Class 5A:

Catholic: 4, Sulphur: 2

West Monroe 14, Barbe 4

Zachary vs St. Amant - Saturday at 10am

Brother Martin vs Sam Houston – Saturday at 1pm

 

Class 4A:

Lutcher 4, Tioga 1

St. Thomas More 4, Teurlings Catholic 3

Lutcher vs STM - Saturday at 4pm (Championship Game)

 

Class 3A:

Parkview Baptist 11, North DeSoto 0

E.D. White 4, Brusly 0

Parkview Bapt. vs E.D. White - Saturday at 1pm (Championship Game)

 

Class 2A:

U-High 12, Calvary Baptist 1 (5)

Evangel 3, Kinder 1

U-High vs Evangel - Saturday at 1pm (Championship Game)

 

Class 1A:

Central Catholic 8, Ouachita Christian 7

Mangham 4, St. John 2

Central Catholic vs Mangham - Saturday at 4pm (Championship Game)

 

Class B:

Hicks 3, Simpson 2

Forest 6, Hornbeck 2

Hicks vs Forest - Saturday at 3pm (Championship Game)

 

Class C:

Family Christian 10, Maurepas 0 (5)

Claiborne Christian 6, Elizabeth 3 (9)

Family Christian vs Claiborne Christian - Saturday at 12pm (Championship Game)

 

MAIS Championship

Class 2A:

Central Private 14, Marshall 2 (5) 

 

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