Brusly’s Evan Daigle and his hard work on the field and at the plate have earned him some well-deserved recognition, as he was recently named Baton Rouge Male Athlete of the Week by Nola.com.
Going into last weeks’ series, everyone knew between Brusly High (5-1) and University Laboratory School (4-2) that the games were two of the more important games of the year. After Brusly fell in the first game at U-High on Tuesday 5-2, it turned out to be a fight to the finish as the Panthers pulled of the win at home in extra innings 5-4.
Brusly seniors Maddie Laprarie and Akiya Thymes shined in their last regular season home game against the West Feliciana Lady Saints, where they were honored after the game on Senior Night on April 7.
Maybe it was something in the water. Or maybe it was frustration
Either way, Port Allen’s strength at the plate took the spotlight in a 24-11 non-district win Saturday at White Castle.
The Pelicans improved to 8-10 for the season. The win came on the heels of two disappointing showings that led to losses to Baker in both District 7-3A matchups.