aThe first day of the Swampland League’s annual tournament at Berwick High was rained out, forcing everything to be pushed back a day. Now, games will be held today, weather permitting at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m., while the semifinals will be held Friday at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. The time of Saturday’s final will not be set until after Friday’s semifinal. Central Catholic-based Halimar Shipyard is the lone Tri-City area participant in the summer-league tournament as the No. 4 seed. They will play No. 5 seed South Louisiana Bank (South Terrebonne) today at 7 p.m. Prior to Halimar’s contest, No. 3 seed Diamondbacks (Terrebonne) will play No. 6 Robichaux Ford (Vandebilt Catholic). On Friday, the winner of the Diamondbacks and Robichaux Ford will meet No. 2 seed Synergy Bank (E.D. White) in a 5 p.m. contest, while the Halimar-South Louisiana Bank winner will meet No. 1 Jester’s Court (Central Lafourche). Synergy Bank and Jester’s Court received first-round byes. Above, Halimar Shipyard’s Stefano Guarisco, left, hi-fives Patrick Barron during earlier season action. (The Daily Review/File Photo)
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Skipper’s Sporting Goods (Morgan City) won its regular season finale against Bayou Boys (South Lafourche), 5-1, on the road Tuesday. However, Skipper’s missed the Swampland League tournament after Houma Christian-based LaShip forfeited its contest against Vandebilt Catholic-based Robichaux Ford Tuesday. Above, Skipper’s Matt Lorenzo is greeted by teammates after hitting a grand slam earlier this season. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
Morgan City High-based Skipper’s Sporting Goods won its regular season finale with a 5-1 win against South Lafourche-based Bayou Boys Tuesday.
Skipper’s Sporting Goods’ Evan Stadalis makes a throw after making a catch during earlier season Swampland action. Skipper’s fell 9-0 to South Louisiana Bank Monday. However, Skipper’s still is in contention to make the Swampland League tournament that begins Wednesday. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)
The Swampland League’s annual end-of-the-year tournament will be held, beginning Wednesday, in Berwick.
Halimar Shipyard second baseman Tony Pennison makes a throw to first base for an out during earlier season action against Skipper’s Sporting Goods. Halimar defeated Frank’s Agency 11-7 in Swampland League action Wednesday. Halimar will return to action today when it hosts Taco Bell, while Frank’s Agency will travel to face Reeco Rental and Supply. (The Daily Review/File Photo)
Halimar Shipyard overcame six errors and six walks en route to an 11-7 victory against Frank’s Agency in Swampland League action Wednesday.