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|OCS blasts Grambling|
The Ouachita Christian School Eagles got the 2-1A district race off to a soaring start when they trampled Grambling by a 20-0 margin Monday night.
Starting pitcher Hayden Robinson tossed a no-hitter at the Kittens, striking out eight including the side in the top of the third inning.
The game got off to a slow start, it was delayed an hour early start due to the weather.
OCS (9-5, 1-0) scored four runs in each of the first two innings, which effectively put the game out of reach for the Kittens.
John C. Reeves got things going when he was hit by a pitch. James Laird singled which pushed Reeves to third and Jacob Slade doubled, which cleared the bases.
Blake Gilliken grounded into an out at second, bringing the fourth runner home.
In the bottom of the second, James Laird hit a three-run inside-the-park home run to deep center field.
In the third inning, things really got started going good.
When the smoke had cleared the Eagles had tallied 10 runs and batted once around.
Leading hitters included Laird, who was 4-for-4, Matt Kennedy, 2-for-3, Jacob Slade who was 3-for-4 and J.C. Reeves, who was 2-for-3.
The Eagles next action will be in the St. Frederick Alltel St. Francis Sports Medicine Invitational beginning Thursday.
Reeves, Laird, and Hunter Breed had doubles, while Kennedy had a triple in the winning effort.
Neville 13, Ruston 3
The Neville Tigers raced past the Ruston Bearkats to gain a 13-3 victory on Tuesday afternoon.
Neville scored two runs in the first, three runs in the second and five runs in the third to ice the victory.
Ashton Hughes and Taylor Burch both had home runs for the Tigers.
Raph Rhymes had two doubles to help out as well.
West Monroe, Sterlington rained out
Both the West Monroe Rebels game against Calvary Baptist and the Sterlington Panthers game against West Ouachita were rained out this week.
Neither team will try to make up the contests at later dates.