FCCS totals 40 points in 4 games

The Family Community Christian School Warrior baseball team saw home plate many times over the last four games, scoring a total of 40 points against four different opponents in last week’s action.

FCCS started the run against Choudrant on March 10 with a 4-1 victory.

Their La. Hwy 15 rival, the Rayville Hornets, came visiting on March 12. FCCS 10-run ruled the team through five innings.

The Warriors would continue the surge against the Monterey Wolves, beating the squad 15-9. The Warriors would end their run and possibly their season against the Caldwell Spartans. FCCS beat them, 7-3.

FCCS 7 - Caldwell 3

The Warrior baseball team used eight hits to beat Caldwell Parish, 7-3 March 14.

The FCCS offense started quickly, racking up three points in the first inning as Caldwell only managed one point.

Defense was dominate on both sides in the second and third inning until the Warriors again opened up the offense by scoring three additional runs in the fourth inning.

FCCS would add an insurance run in the sixth inning and hold Caldwell to just one score in the fifth and sixth inning.

Mason Bordelon pitched a solid game from the mound for the Warriors. Bordelon pitched a complete seven-inning game, striking out six Caldwell players and scattering six hits. It took only 103 pitches from Bordelon to get the win.

Cameron Weems was the only Warrior player with multiple hits in the game with two, but six Warriors had a hit against Caldwell.

Trey Fife, Alex McManus, Bordelon, John Riley Graham, Ryker Rodgers and Ethan Cottingham each had a hit.

FCCS 15 - Monterey 9

The Warriors continued their winning ways as they beat Monterey, 15-9 on March 13.

FCCS struck first by scoring one in the first, but both teams had a big second inning as the Warriors scored eight, and the Wolves added five.

The home squad would out distance Monterey by scoring three points in the third and another three points in the fourth. The Wolves would only manage one more score in the third.

In the contest, FCCS would total eight hits.

Fife led the way offensively, garnering two hits and two RBI.

Bordelon had a timely hit in the contest and collected three RBI.

Weems, Ryker Rodgers, Christian Rodgers and McManus each had a hit and a RBI against Monterey.

Graham had a hit and two RBI while Raylee Thomas collected a RBI.

Defensively, FCCS used four pitchers against Monterey.

Cottingham pitched 4.2 innings for FCCS. He struck out eight and allowed five hits.

Bordelon pitched one inning and struck out three while Thomas pitched an inning and struck out two.

Christian Rodgers came in on part of an inning and struck out one.

FCCS 14 - Rayville 4

The Warriors ran through Rayville in five innings, 14-4 on March 12.

FCCS scored in all five innings with the exception of the second inning. But, a big seven-run third inning took the Hornets out of the game.

The Warriors scored two runs in the first, seven in the third, four in the fourth and one in the fifth while limiting Rayville to one score in the first and three in the third.

Graham had a strong game at the plate for the Warriors, going three-for-four with one RBI.

McManus and Thomas each had two hits for FCCS with McManus picking up a RBI.

Weems, Ryker Rodgers, Christian Rodgers and Cottingham had a hit each for FCCS.

Christian Rodgers and Cottingham collected two RBI while Thomas, Ryker Rodgers, Weems and Bordelon each had a RBI.

Defensively, Jon T Williams got the win on the mound for FCCS. Williams pitched five innings, allowed only two hits and struck out five Hornets.

FCCS 4 - Choudrant 1

The FCCS Warrior baseball team used three runs in the third inning to move ahead of Choudrant, March 10.

The Warriors beat Choudrant, 4-1.

McManus lit the third inning fireworks with a three-run home run to center left. The home run scored Fife and Weems.

Raylee Thomas scored the next inning to bring the score to 4-1. Choudrant scored their points in the first inning when Braden James was hit by a pitch.

Fife pitched a complete game for the Warriors going seven innings, allowing four hits, striking out four and walking four.

Offensively, the Warriors collected five hits against Choudrant.

Along with his third-inning home run, McManus added a single in the contest.

Fife, Thomas and Rodgers each had singles.

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