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Alexis Stelly went 4-for-4 and knocked in eight runs for Abbeville. She was also the winning pitcher for the Lady Cats.

Desiree Henderson batted three times in one inning. She had two singles and a double in the fourth inning.

Abbeville Lady Wildcats score 15 runs in 4th inning, win 20-9

The Abbeville Lady Wildcats defeated Franklin 20-9 on Wednesday after taking the lead late in the game.
Abbeville was boosted by Alexis Stelly, who went 4-for-4 at the plate. Stelly doubled in the first, singled in the second, and doubled twice in the fourth. She knocked eight runs in the game.
Stelly was also the winning pitcher for Abbeville. She surrendered five runs on two hits over four and two-thirds innings, striking out six.
Ahni Mire started the game for Abbeville. She allowed one hit and four runs over one-third of an inning

Erath’s McKenzie Sigur clears the bar in the pole vault. (photos by Shannon Feehery)

Kaplan’s Andre Gaspard lets the javelin fly 169 feet to finish second in the relays.

Results of the Snooks Relays at Erath High

Here are the results of the Snooks Relays Track and Field Meet held Friday in Erath High.

Girls
Team standing: 1. Crowley, 138; 2. Erath, 95; 3. Kaplan, 78; 4. Catholic High, 62; 5. Abbeville, 59; 6. VC, 48; 7. Berwick, 36; 8. Ascension Episcopal, 32; 9. Opelousas Catholic, 16; 10. Jennings, 10;

Track results

VC seniors Ainsley Mallet (left) and Emma LeBlanc cry after the loss to LCA on Friday.

VC's Jay Demouchet goes up for a shot in the paint,

VC's Emma LeBlanc (left) and Kelli Frith were no match for LCA's Bre Porter, who stands 6-3. She finished with 20 rebounds against VC.

LCA too much for VC in Division IV finals

ALEXANDRIA – The Vermilion Catholic Lady Eagles live on high expectations that routinely place them in championship contention.
They were in position again on Friday, meeting district foe Lafayette Christian in the Division IV LHSAA girls basketball title at Rapides Parish Coliseum.
And VC, which won state crowns in 1999 and 2013 under coach Kim Guidry, featured an experienced squad with four seniors who had been to three previous Final Four events.

Abbeville's Walter Boudoin tries to shoot over Madison Prep's 6-7 Percy Daniels. Boudoin's shot was blocked by Daniels.

Abbeville's Tyrese Sam tries to shoot a shot over Madison Prep's tall guys.

Madison Prep does not lose in the playoffs. They are 24-1 since 2013.

Madison Prep blocks Abbeville from advancing

BATON ROUGE - Beating Madison Prep’s Chargers in the basketball playoffs is almost an impossible task.
Since the 2013 playoffs, the Chargers have lost only once in the high school playoffs, and that was in the Class 1A finals in 2014.
In 2013, Madison Prep won the Class B state title.
In 2014, Madison Prep finished second in Class A.
In 2015, Madison Prep won the Class A state title.
In 2016, Madison Prep won the Class 2A state title.
In 2017, Madison Prep won the Class 2A state title again.
In 2018, Madison Prep won the Class 3A state title.

Tyrese Sam goes up strong for Abbeville.

Abbeville's Walter Boudoin does a no-look pass to the side.

Abbeville's Jurvonta Decuir stretches for a layup.

Abbeville advances thanks to a good second half outting

Call it nerves. Call it overconfidence. Whatever it was, it went away in the second half.
The No. 5 Abbeville Wildcats may have come into their first-round game against No. 28 Bogalusa a little overconfident because, at half time, Abbeville was only ahead 30-27.
That Abbeville team who played in the first half stayed in the locker room and never resurfaced in the second half. Instead, the 2019 Wildcat team, who won 20-plus games, made an appearance in the second half and went on to blowout Bogalusa, 77-63.

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