Christian Johnson and Robin Schreiber won the men’s and women’s overall titles during the Club South Runners Summer Hump Day Series Race No. 2, held June 22 at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center campus.

Johnson won the two-mile race in 10 minutes, 42 seconds. Schreiber finished in a time of 13:40.

Ken Schexnayder won the Masters Male division with a time of 12:10. Susan Hayden won the Masters Female title in 14:34.

In the Grandmasters division, Kevin Mercil won the men’s title in 13:25, while Ann Wills took the women’s title in 16:44.

In the half-mile race, 11-year-old Michael Lee won the male division in 2:44. Ava Reinecke, 10, won the female division in 3:45.


BR HURRICANES ADVANCE TO FLORIDA: The Baton Rouge Hurricanes wrapped up the 13-year-old league and tournament championships June 28 at the Cypress Mounds baseball complex.

The team advanced to Panama City, Fla., to compete in the 13-year-old world series tournament which began there Monday.

Players include Wes Anderson, Max Berednson, Warren Capone, Hunter Tyler, Nick Dauzat, Patrick Hart, Matt Perett, Ryan Prejean, Aaron Rudd, Hayden Salles and Slade Stockton.

Coaches are Alton Melancon, John Tyler and Paul Dauzat.

PONCHATOULA TEAM PLACES FIRST: The Ponchatoula Hurricanes, a team comprised primarily of sixth-graders, recently traveled to Marietta, Ga., and placed first in the seventh grade YBOA tournament there.

Hurricanes players include Brooke Thompson, Tykeriya Morgan, Sherry Porter, Diamond Brooks, Hannah Vicknair, Anna White, Madison Boudreaux, Montori Weber, Mya Young, Reaghan Jarreau, Taylor Sharp Hailey Horton and Vakayla Burton. Their coach was Eddie Fisher.


DENISON WINS FREE-THROW TITLE: Cameron Denison, a player for the Ascension Jags, recently won a fourth-grade free-throw championship while competing in Orlando, Fla.

The free-throw contest was held June 29 at the YBOA National Championships in Orlando.


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