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|Bunkie sweeps Vidalia|
There was something about that third inning for Bunkie's baseball and softball teams Monday in Vidalia.
Both visiting teams were involved in 0-0 games going into the top of the third innings before both pushed across seven runs in top of the third on their way to easy District 3-3A wins.
In the baseball contest, a two-run home run by Hayden Passin started the floodgates for the Panther baseball team in the third stanza as Bunkie pushed seven runs across and added five more over the next four innings in a 12-2 win.
"It was chaotic," said Vidalia coach Johnny Lee Hoffpauir. "We didn't pitch well, we didn't hit well and we didn't field well. There were a few bright spots from our young kids. But right now we just aren't learning from our mistakes."
A Devin Barnes double was one of the few hits the Vikings managed off of Bunkie starter Tyler Gagnard, who has been offered a scholarship by Pearl River Community College.
Vidalia was without top pitcher Mason Ozburn, who missed the game because of the flu.
Bunkie High School's Lady Panthers broke loose with seven runs in the top of the third inning with two outs on its way to a 13-0 win.
Vidalia threatened in the bottom of the third as Shelby Zimmerman and Kassi Randall both singled, but were left stranded.
"We're just not playing good softball right now," said Vidalia coach Graham Roberts.
Vidalia's baseball team defeated Franklin Parish 5-3 Saturday in the final game of the Vidalia Invitational to finish 1-2 in its tournament.
"It was like night and day," Hoffpauir said. "We had hit batters and errors our first two games and then I just told them to go out and play as hard as they could in the last game and they played real well."
Jake DeWeese doubled and singled, while Ben Parnham and Caleb Vines singled to key rallies.
The Invitational was a stark contrast to the Catfish Classic scheduled a week earlier when rain washed away all but one game.
The Vikings fell to Calvary Baptist, 13-0.
Ben Parnham doubled for one of Vidalia's only two hits in the contest.
Vidalia fell to Minden 9-4 on Thursday as the Tide took advantage of five hit batters in the contest to score four runs in the third inning.
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