HAMMOND — Denham Springs’ Kyle Cedotal carried a no-hitter into the sixth inning and struck out a career-high 14 batters in an 11-0 win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi in seven innings on Sunday at Alumni Field.

Cedotal (2-1) needed just 77 pitches for the complete-game shutout, throwing 56 for strikes while giving up two hits.

Kevin Carr (2-for-4), Kennon Menard (2-for-3), Jacob Seward (2-for-3) and Jacob Williams (2-for-3) led the Lions (15-6, 4-2 Southland).

UNO 8, STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 3: In New Orleans, UNO used a six-run sixth inning and a masterful performance in relief by Jordan Priddle to defeat Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks at First NBC Ballpark.

The Privateers went in front on an RBI infield single by Ryan Calloway. That was followed by another RBI base hit from Ray Veit. Hezekiah Randolph roped a double to left, driving in two runs.

Priddle pitched six innings of relief, allowing just three hits with no walks while striking out six to pick up his fourth win of the season.

NICHOLLS STATE 3, TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 2: In Thibodaux, pinch-hitter Gavin Wehby scored on Alex Shermer’s drag bunt with two outs in the bottom of the ninth to get the win at Ray E. Didier Field.

Wehby led off the ninth inning with a single, advanced to second on a ground out and moved to on a wild pitch with two outs before Kyle Reese was intentionally walked to bring up Alex Shermer, who laid a bunt down the third base line. Wehby slid in safely at home and Shermer narrowly beat out the throw to first.

DELGADO 16-5, ST. CHARLES COMMUNITY COLLEGE 0-4: In New Orleans, Delgado swept all four games four games of the weekend series at Kirsch-Rooney Stadium.

The Dolphins dominated game one, posting 16 runs —13 in the first inning — on 12 hits, including six doubles, two triples, and a home run, in a 10-run rule decision after five innings in the first game.

Delgado was led offensively by Troy Lewis (2-for-2, two doubles, three runs, three RBIs), Kyle Bracey (2-for-3 home run, two RBIs), Cody Ducote (3-for-3, double, triple, four RBIs) and Bryce Adams (2-for-3, two runs, double, triple, two RBIs).

Jonathan Ebersole picked up his third win of the season, pitching three innings and allowing no runs on one hit with three strikeouts.

In game two, Owen Magee’s RBI single in the bottom of the seventh snapped a 4-all tie to lift the Dolphins (16-4) to the win.

Jarett Gongora (2-1) earned the win, pitching 4.1 innings in relief of starter Logan Trent.