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Sacred Heart (VP) Defeats West St. John


Early lead gives Sacred Heart (VP) easy victory over West St. John, 14-1

Sacred Heart refused to relinquish the lead after grabbing it early against West St. John, recording a 14-1 victory on Thursday at Sacred Heart (VP).

With seven runs in the first three innings, Sacred Heart left no doubt about the eventual outcome.

An RBI double by Brandon Hudspeth, an RBI single by Garrick Fontenot, a wild pitch, a wild pitch, a wild pitch, an RBI single by Andy Lafleur, and an RBI single by Ellis Parrott during the second inning helped Sacred Heart put some runs on the board early.
 

Garrick went a perfect 2-2 at the dish for Sacred Heart .

Phillip Vidrine recorded the win for Sacred Heart . He allowed one run over four innings. Phillip struck out two, walked one and gave up four hits.

Austin Howard was charged with the loss. He allowed seven runs in three innings, walked four and struck out four.

Sacred Heart built upon its lead with seven runs in the fourth. Wesley Fontenot kicked things off with a single, bringing home Keaton Tate.

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