APS Engineering and Testing, CK - They’re At it Again!, Catholic High No. 1 and Albermarle 4PEAT won team titles in the 27th annual Providence Corporate Cup 5K run/walk on Saturday in downtown Baton Rouge.
APS Engineering and Testing won the Division I team title in 1 hour, 8 minutes and 22.4 seconds. The CK team won the Division 2 title in 1:40:10.1. Catholic High No. 1 (1:19:55.4) won the Division 3 title, while Albemarle (1:16:18.8) won the Division 4 title.
TEA # 1 won the Fun Team Divsion (1:25:39.6).
In the open division, Chris Nelson (18:36.6) was the top male finisher, and Rebecca Tucker (19:58.6) was the top female finisher.
Tyler Jones (19:42.0) and Andrea Evans (21:11.6) won Master awards as the fastest male and female finishers over 40. Carroll While (20:04.8) and Ann Donley (24:23.7) earned Grand Master awards as the fastest finishers over 50.
Senior category winners were Edward Chiasson (23:31.8) and Judy Hebert (32:16.8) as the fastest male and female finishers over 60.
Stephen Leblanc (35:44.1) and Ruby Daigrepont (51:42.7) won Oldie But Goodie awards as the oldest male and female runners.
The fastest male in all corporate divisions was Adam MacDowell, who was also the fastest overall runner. Lauren Kuhlmeier (20:52.1) was the fastest female among corporate division runners.
LSU DEFEATS UL-LAFAYETTE: The LSU lacrosse team scored a 21-8 win over the University of Louisiana at Lafayette (3-9) on Saturday at Olympia Stadium.
LSU led 8-4 at halftime and pulled away in the second half.
Josh Henderson led the Tigers with six goals, and Thomas Brown had six assists.
Lane Farrar won 66 percent of the face-offs to spark LSU’s offense.
LSU moved to 8-3 overall and 2-0 division play and returns to action with a weekend road trip against UTSA, Texas State and Houston.
MARTIN WINS PELICAN POINT TOURNAMENT: Steve Martin won the championship flight of the recent SMGA Chicago Points golf tournament at Pelican Point.
Martin was 10-over par, while Bill Cotten (+8) finished second. Dennis Duszynski (+5) was third.
John Hodgeson (+8) won the first flight, followed by Jim Heno (+7) and Curtis Davis (+4).
Doug Rhodes (+5) won the second flight, while Joe Erickson and CT Luttrell (+4) tied for second.
GOLFERS WIN TITLES AT DUMAS: A handful of area golfers collected championships at the Dumas/FireQuest March Madness golf tournament Saturday at Dumas Golf Club in Baker.
The men used a Stableford scoring system, while gross and net winners were awarded for women golfers.
Thelma Price (63) was the women’s net champion, followed by Suzanne Seefield (70) and Amy Tipton (71).
Regina Anderson (86) was the women’s gross champion.
On the men’s side, Dante Caldera (47 points) won the championship flight, followed by Danny Nelson (40 points) and Terry Ledet (39 points).
Scott Sagely won the first flight with 32 points, followed by Pat Milton (31 points) and Warren Huffty (31 points).
A.C. McQuirter (26 points) won the second flight, while Andrew Bucher (26 points) was second and Wendell Ashford (26 points) third.
Bret St. Germain (28 points) won the BREC flight, followed by Jason Miller (27 points) and Morgan Miley (26 points).
KING-CLOUATRE TEAM WINS ST. PATRICK’S DAY SCRAMBLE: The team of Madelyn King and Diana Clouatre won the recent Pelican Point Ladies Golf Association St. Patrick’s Day Scramble.
Maria Fairchild and Bettye Latuso took second, while Alice Pierson and Jana O’Banion finished third.
Karen Snell and Pat Klug won low putts. Closest to the pin winners were: Janelle Waguespack (Hole No. 4), Fairchild (No. 8), Clouatre (No. 14) and King (No. 17).
O’Banion had the most accurate drive on No. 5, while Waguespack had the most accurate drive on No. 9.