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|Concordia Dixie Youth teams at district|
Concordia Parish's 10-year-old and 12-year-old all-stars continue to compete at district tournaments in Mangham.
The Concordia Parish 10-year-old All-Stars fell to Rayville 10-7 in District 5 action Tuesday.
It was the first loss of the tournament for the Dixie Youth All-Stars.
Jerrius Scott tripled and singled for Concordia, while Cameron King had two singles and Reid Richard added a double.
After losing its first game Sunday, the Concordia 12s bounced back with a 12-5 win over West Carroll in an elimination contest Monday.
Cole Cangemi connected for a grand slam, while Tyler Cothern had home run and two singles.
"We played better and were finally able to use our pitching like we wanted," said Concordia coach Whest Shirley. "Everybody hit the ball. They had a good hitting team and good pitching."
The champion from district competes in the North Regional in Monroe, while the second place team goes to Metairie.
"We've got a tough row to hoe, but I think the state champion will come out of our district," Shirley said. "The main thing we want to do is to be playing Thursday for the championship."
The winners of the regionals advance to a best two-of-three series in Alexandria.
Concordia's 12s scored three runs in the first inning against West Carroll and two more in both the second and third innings to lead 7-2.Concordia received good pitching performances from Cangemi, Pate Shirley and Jake Barlow, who pitched two innings each.The 12-year-olds fell to Monroe Americans 5-3 in a rematch of the teams that played for the state championship last year as 11-year-olds.
Nolan Parker homered for Monroe Americans to start the scoring in the second inning.
Concordia's Kade Passman allowed four runs on five hits, struck out three, walked three and hit one batter in four innings.
Concordia did not score until the sixth and final inning when Drake Bergeron homered to lead off the inning. Cothern and Barlow followed with singles and Pate Shirley emptied the bases with a double.
But the rally stopped there.
The Concordia 10-year-olds defeated Monroe Nationals 10-8 in their first game Sunday.
The 10-year-olds received a bye Monday.
"The first four innings of our first game was the best we played all year," said Concordia coach George Cupit. "We knew we had to win that game because they are one of the top teams in the tournament and we didn't want to fall into the loser's bracket. We just have to keep hitting the ball. Our pitching and fielding is OK, but our hitting is our strong suit."
The top three teams advance to regionals.
The first and third place teams will compete in the West Monroe Regional, while the second place team will compete in the Metairie Regional.
The champions from the North and South will play for the state title.
Landon Havard went 3-for-4 in Concordia 10s win over Monroe, while Lancaster helped his cause by going 2-for-4 and J.R. Davis was 2-for-2 for Concordia, which had 15 hits in the game.
Cameron King, who made an outstanding play at second base to help seal the win, was 4-for-4 for Concordia, including a three-run home run in the top of the third inning.
Lancaster pitched the entire game, allowing eight runs on eight hits, struck out six and walked four.
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