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|Patriots wipe out Bulldogs in three|
Jordan Temple held the Bulldogs from Carroll High School to two hits in home action Thursday for the Franklin Parish High School Patriots.
The Patriots dominated the visitors, 11-1. Christian Eaton hit two for three and made three of the afternoon's runs.
"We only had five hits, but 10 walks in the game," said Coach Rick Berry. "We played good defense with no errors. Jordan pitched well with two hits and nine strike outs.
Facing the Bulldogs again Friday, the Patriots shut down the boys from Monroe, 10-0.
William Bland gave up only two hits from the mound. Antwain James had the loss for Carroll.
The Patriots wore down the Bulldogs, scoring five run in the sixth inning. Eaton hit another two for four and rounded the bases three times. Trent Williams had a hot bat with with three for four.
"Eight players in the lineup got hits," Berry said, "and we played good defense again with no errors."
In a second match on Friday, the Patriots made 16 runs on only five hits. The Bulldogs scored one run and one hit.
Eaton was the winning pitcher.
"We only played three innings and every player scored a run in the second inning," Berry said.
He said they showed patience at the plates, getting 11 walks.
"These three games we should have won and the kids took care of it. That ends our district games. We finished with four wins and eight losses," Berry said.
The Patriots face Delhi Charter Thursday, Vid-alia Saturday and Oak Grove on Monday.