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|OCS state champs|
The Ouachita Christian Eagles (29-4) proved why they were ranked number one in the state for most of the 2012 season with a resounding 11-1 victory over the Central Catholic Eagles (20-11) in LHSAA Class 1A state championship game held at La Tech's J.C. Love Field on Saturday.
The game was called due to the LHSAA's mercy rule which states "A game can be called if a team is up by 15 runs by the 3rd inning or 10
runs by the 5th inning."
Senior Mark Laird led the Eagles at the plate going 3 for 4 with the game winning RBI in the bottom of the ﬁfth to clinch the victory for OCS.
For his eﬀorts, Laird was named the game's Most Valuable Player – a honor that he also won in the Class 1A state championship football game held last December.
"Mark is a quality person and there is a lot more to him than just being a good athlete,he is a great student and well rounded young man," OCS Coach Micah Harper said. "I think it was really ﬁtting that he pitched the ﬁrst pitch of the tournament and he hit the last ball of the tournament."
Photo by Mary Dawson - Dawson Photography
Photo caption: PICKED OFF! OCS third baseman Zach Stevenson tags out the Mangham Dragon base runner as he was trying to get back
to third last Friday in the Class 1A semifinals at La Techʼs J.C. Love Field. OCS won the game 2-1.
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