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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunVic View Post
    Dillon Carmouche at least last summer was a 2020 commit from U High
    Carmouche will likely end up as the top prospect in the state by his senior year. 6-5 205 LHP. He's the kid the SEC schools keep trying to flip now that his velo is growing. Thankfully his coach is Justin Morgan, our former catcher

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    Bab was present on Thursday watching the U-High STM and TC Parkview games.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunVic View Post
    Bab was present on Thursday watching the U-High STM and TC Parkview games.
    They must have had some powerful bunters on the field, then. Sorry, couldn't resist

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunVic View Post
    Bab was present on Thursday watching the U-High STM and TC Parkview games.
    Which game was Talbot at?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunProud View Post
    They must have had some powerful bunters on the field, then. Sorry, couldn't resist
    One team failed to execute on 5 out of 6 bunt attempts, but won the game, just sayin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charliek View Post
    Next step: win the district championship....

    :-)

    Sorry....CHS busting your chops....happy for Loreauville and the coach, I've met him and I know he has worked hard building that program.
    Obviously I'm biased in this one because I have a son on the ND baseball team, but this was one of the best games I ever saw. Should have been for the championship. Both of those teams left it all out on the field. The fact that nobody got past second base until the final at bat speaks volumes about this game, and the umps let the kids decide it. Hats off to CHNI, this one was a classic!!

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