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Reported games for the week of
Friday, September 19 2014
  • Albany

    6

    Springfield

    28

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  • Amite

    20

    Southern Lab

    16

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  • Ascension Catholic

    23

    Christian Life

    12

    AT
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  • Ascension Christian

    39

    Ridgewood

    21

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  • Ascension Episcopal

    6

    Opelousas Catholic

    43

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  • Belaire

    6

    Broadmoor

    49

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  • Belle Chasse

    54

    Brusly

    42

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  • Catholic - B.R.

    35

    Denham Springs

    13

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  • Catholic - P.C.

    59

    East Iberville

    0

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  • Central -B.R

    6

    Jesuit

    35

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  • Dutchtown

    10

    Destrehan

    20

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  • East Ascension

    42

    St. Charles

    35

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  • East Feliciana

    8

    Zachary

    49

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  • False River

    6

    Houma Christian

    33

    AT
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  • Glen Oaks

    6

    Scotlandville

    47

    AT
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  • H.L. Bourgeois

    12

    St. Amant

    55

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  • J.S. Clark

    21

    St. Thomas Aquinas

    47

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  • Jeanerette

    22

    Capitol

    33

    AT
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  • KIPP Renaissance

    20

    Parkview Baptist

    45

    AT
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  • Loranger

    21

    Kentwood

    24

    AT
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  • Madison Prep

    40

    Redemptorist

    20

    AT
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  • Marksville

    36

    Independence

    0

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  • Mentorship Academy

    0

    Baker

    46

    AT
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  • Metairie Park Country Day

    10

    Episcopal

    20

    AT
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  • Northeast

    8

    Tara

    6

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  • Opelousas

    0

    McKinley

    42

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  • Pine

    20

    Bogalusa

    28

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  • Pineville

    29

    Walker

    26

    AT
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  • Plaquemine

    35

    Woodlawn - B.R.

    21

    AT
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  • Port Allen

    22

    Livonia

    46

    AT
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  • Riverside Academy

    44

    West St. John

    21

    AT
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  • St. John

    22

    Dunham

    34

    AT
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  • St. Martin, MS

    50

    St. Helena College & Career Academy

    6

    AT
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  • St. Michael Archangel

    19

    Live Oak

    10

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  • University Lab

    27

    LaGrange

    26

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  • Vandebilt Catholic

    17

    St. James

    36

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  • Vernado

    0

    Jewel Sumner

    34

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  • West Feliciana

    28

    St. Louis

    21

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  • West Jefferson

    28

    Lutcher

    42

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  • White Castle

    12

    Donaldsonville

    35

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Vols Even Series at New Box, 7-5

Vols Even Series at New Box, 7-5

POSTED: Sunday, April 19, 2009 - 10:47am

UPDATED: Thursday, June 3, 2010 - 11:58pm

LSU’s season-high five errors and timely hits by Tennessee guided the Volunteers to a 7-5 win over the top-ranked Tigers Saturday afternoon in Alex Box Stadium.

The Tigers (28-11, 11-6) will go for their sixth straight conference series win this season when they host the Volunteers (18-22, 4-13) Sunday at 1 p.m. CT.

LSU has won nine straight league series since April of last season, tying Vanderbilt (2007-08) for the most consecutive SEC series victories in the current 30-game conference format implemented in 1994.

“We keep putting ourselves in a position to where we have to test ourselves,” LSU head coach Paul Mainieri said. “We’re going to have to play with a lot more confidence and determination to get the job done tomorrow.”

Despite the loss, LSU starter Louis Coleman (8-2) had another outstanding performance, throwing 7.1 innings allowing only three earned runs and striking out a career-high 11 batters.

LSU performed well offensively, out-hitting Tennessee 13-11. The Tigers were led by designated hitter Blake Dean, who went 3-for-5 with a double and two RBI. Mikie Mahtook, Ryan Schimpf and Sean Ochinko each collected two hits apiece for LSU.

The Tigers struck first in the third inning when Dean doubled off the wall in right, scoring Ryan Schimpf and putting the Tigers ahead 1-0. The next batter, Sean Ochinko singled to center to bring home Dean and make the score 2-0.

The Vols cut the lead to 2-1 in the fourth when third baseman Tyler Horne tripled to right center, scoring first baseman Cody Hawn. Tennessee tied the score 2-2 when catcher Blake Forsythe ripped a single down the third baseline, scoring Horne.

The Tigers responded in the bottom of the frame when Schimpf laced a two-out single up the middle to score Mikie Mahtook and increase the LSU lead to 3-2. The next batter, Dean, singled up the middle to score Leon Landry, who beat out a bunt earlier in the inning.

Tennessee came back with one of their own in the fifth to cut the deficit to 4-3, when P.J. Polk scored on an infield single by Hawn.

The Vols added another run in the sixth when Forsythe scored on a fielder’s choice hit by shortstop Zach Osborne, tying the score at 4-4.

LSU broke the tie in the bottom of the seventh and went up 5-4 when catcher Micah Gibbs hit a sacrifice fly to deep center to score Dean, who singled two batters earlier.

Tennessee took a 6-5 lead in the eighth against LSU reliever Matty Ott when Hawn reached first on an error by Schimpf with the bases loaded, scoring two runs.

Cody Grisham’s solo homer in the top of the ninth extended the Volunteer lead to 7-5.

Saturday’s paid attendance figure of 10,414 was the highest in the history of the New Alex Box Stadium.