Prep baseball: Defending Class 1A state champ Resurrection smacks St. Martin; region play staggered

Resurrection pitcher Cole Tingle throws over to Eagle first baseman Walker Frederic as St. Martin baserunner Lake Fincer scurries back to the bag Saturday afternoon. (Photo by Sam King/228Sports)

Defending Class 1A state champion Resurrection produced a solid effort over the weekend in its final tune-up before region play begins this week.
The home-standing Eagles smacked St. Martin 15-1 on Saturday at the newly minted Lee Tingle Field in Pascagoula.
Resurrection banged out 14 hits in the winning four-inning attack, as the Eagles overcame an early 1-0 Yellow Jacket advantage by scoring two runs in the first frame and then adding four in the second stanza, three in the third inning and ending the game with six runs in the fourth.
Max Askew collected three hits, including a double, and produced a game-high five RBIs in the win, while Luke Schnoor shared game-high hit honors with three and drove in a pair of runs. Askew also scored three runs.
Walker Frederic blasted a home run and added two total hits and two RBIs, while Levi Foshee chipped in a pair of doubles and Cole Tingle had a pair of hits and drove in a pair of runs. Nicholas Watts also had a double, and San San Miguel drove in a run for RCS.
Tingle, one of three RCS pitchers, got the win as the trio that also consisted of Foshee and Sug Reynolds, held St. Martin to just two hits in the game.

St. Martin batter Garrett Dobson takes a cut vs. Resurrection Saturday as Eagles catcher Luke Schnoor prepares for the pitch (Photo by Sam King/228Sports)
St. Martin faced Resurrection on Saturday afternoon. (Photo by Sam King/228Sports)
Resurrection’s Walker Frederic trots towards home plate to complete his home run trip Saturday afternoon. (Photo by Sam King/228Sports)

Parker Dobson had a double for SMHS, while Lincoln Hust started on the mound for the Yellow Jackets and took the loss.
Resurrection has won four out of five games headed into Region 8-1A action which begins Thursday on the road at Lumberton.
St. Martin begins Region 8-7A play on Wednesday hosting Pascagoula. Both the aforementioned games were slated to take place Tuesday night, but were pushed back a day along with Gulfport at Biloxi, D’Iberville at Ocean Springs and Vancleave at East Central due to wet grounds.

St. Martin hitter Gavin Nitcavic makes contact with the ball vs. Resurrection on Saturday. (Photo by Sam King/228Sports)
St. Martin third baseman Beu Ducharme awaits the throw as a Resurrection runner slides in Saturday afternoon. (Photo by Sam King/228Sports)
Resurrection faced St. Martin Saturday afternoon. (Photo by Sam King/228Sports)
Resurrection’s Max Askew prepares to face a pitch as St. Martin catcher Brandon Stark looks on(Photo by Sam King/228Sports)

The George County at Gautier game slated for Tuesday night has been postponed until April 18th.
Harrison Central at Hancock was still scheduled to be played Tuesday night, as was Long Beach at Picayune and West Harrison at Pearl River Central. In Region 7-5A, league play started last week and the four teams that comprise that league will play a home-and-home series over the next three weeks and then come back in the last two weeks of the regular season and face one another one more time each to complete a nine-game league schedule. Picayune, PRC, WHHHS and LBHS comprise that region.
However, in Region 8-5A, the four teams in that league will face the same opponent three times in the same week on Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday to finish with a nine-game region slate as well. George Couty, Vancleave, East Central and Gautier round out that region. In Class 6A, both Region 8-6A and Region 7-6A will follow the same pattern as Region 8-5A wherein each team plays three region games in the same week against the same opponent to complete. nine-game region schedule. Region 8-6A is comprised of Gulfport, Biloxi, Hancock and Harrison central, while Region 7-6A consists of Pascagoula, Ocean Springs, St. Martin and D’Iberville.


post was originally published on More Sports

Written by Curtis Rockwell


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