Raising Cane’s went 10-3 to win the recently concluded Red Stick Collegiate Baseball League championship.
James Johnson and Ray Kirk managed the team, which had members lead the league in batting average, home runs, RBIs and stolen bases.
The team’s pitching staff also recorded the most individual wins, strikeouts, and lowest ERA.
Team members include Aaron Johnson (Arkansas Tech), Chantz Landry, Mark Taylor (LSU-Alexandria), William Cox, Shea Ourso, Miles Holley (Louisiana College), Landon Thibodeaux (Delta State), Austin Vicknair (Texas College), Darren Bueche (Missouri Baptist/BRCC), Cade Milazzo, Mark Traylor, Chase Calderera, Jared Jarreau, Taylor Langston, Tyler McGrew (BRCC), Ryan Rolando (Georgia Tech Club), Stuart Tournillon (LSU-Shreveport), Cody Dafron (Lon Morris JC) and Coy Clostio (LSU-Eunice).
MATHERNE WINS PELICAN POINT EVENT TITLE: Pat Matherne won the Pelican Point SMGA Low Net event on Wednesday.
Gary Campbell was second, while Jim Heno and Curtis Bailey tied for third, and Bill Cotten and Jim Mittica tied for fifth.
PRIMEAUX, AGUILAR TAKE TWILIGHT CLASSIC TITLES: Phillip Primeaux and Andi Aguilar were the overall winners of the Cajun Industries/Club South Runners 34th Annual Twilight Classic 5K on Aug. 16 in Baton Rouge.
Primeaux was the overall male winner in 15 minutes, 38 seconds, while Aguilar (18:26) was the overall female winner.
Michael Comeaux (19:33) was the male masters winner, while Ann Middleton (24:30) was the female masters winner.
Robert H. Duncan (20:12) was the male grandmasters winner, and Marlene Sonnier (time unavailable) was the female grandmasters winner.
In the one-mile run, Tanner Colson (4:40) was the male winner, and Tristen Clark (6:25) was the female winner.
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