Who was the best athlete in the Alexandria area in the week of May 2-8?
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BEST LAST PERFORMERS:The best performers from the Alexandria area in high school sports for the week of May 2nd
ALL-CENLA GIRLS FOOTBALL:Meet the high school football team for 2022 from the area of Alexandria from the area of Alexandria
Brayden Addison, Hornbeck: Addison had 10 strikeouts in the 5.1 inning and had a 3-for-4 result with a home run and four RBIs during the 14-2 quarter-final win over Evans.
Ean Allain, Simpson: Allain won in the C 800 class (2: 14.04), 1,600 (5: 07.36) and 3,200 meters (11: 06.62) at the LHSAA state rally.
Dylan Fitzgerald, Anacoco: Fitzgerald scored 3-3 in a quarter-final win over Florien 3-3 with a double and five RBIs.
Sherman Hawkins, Tioga: State signatory Jackson jumped 6 feet and 4 inches in the 4A high jump at the LHSAA state meeting – repeating as champion.
Josh Jones, LaSalle: Jones hit 4-for-7 with five RBIs in the playoff wins over Montgomery and Haynesville, while throwing out seven shots and allowing just three goals against Montgomery.
Dylan Kyle, Calvin: Kyle managed with his bat and hand to send the Cougars to Sulfur. Kyle hit for the cycle, scoring four rounds and driving in six in a 19-1 win in the regional round over Plainview, followed by seven outbursts and three conceded goals in a quarter-final 11-1 win over Downsville.
Brad Pelt, Hicks: Pelt scored nine and conceded just two goals in the quarter-final win against Kilbourne 16-0. Pelt also had three RBIs.
Kaylen Rabalais, Bunkie: Rabalais defended her Class 2A championship in javelin throw with 124-11½
Parker Stroud, Earth Day: Inheriting a 2-0 lead before the Tigers were able to record an outing, Stroud had 14 shots and didn’t allow a goal in five innings for relief during the 12-2 win over Family Christian.
Braden Trull, Rosepin: In the Eagles ’quarterfinal fight over Mangham, Trull was 3-for-6 with two home runs and five RBIs. He also scored one hit and hit seven in the first game.
3.-9. January: Aly Jo Warren, Menard girls in athletics
10.-16. January: Emma Tucker, Oak Hill basketball player for girls
17.-23. January: Jordan Mathews, Peabody boys basketball
24.-30. January: Ryan Hicks, Menard boys football
January 31 – February 6: Timberlyn Washington, Lakeview Women’s Basketball
7.-13. February: Omarion “Diddy” Layssard, Northwood boys
14.-20. February: Daylen Turner, Menard boys basketball
21.-27. February: Natalie Valois, basketball players for the girls of St. Joseph
February 28 – March 6: Olivia Henry, Buckeye softball
7.-13. March: Joseph Adams, Calvin boys basketball
14.-20. March: Hunter Lavespere, Pineville Baseball
21.-27. March: Chloe Kelly, softball Oak Hill
March 28 – April 3: Tyonnah Burton, softball St
4.-10. April: Bighley Crayon, Montgomery softball
11.-17. April: Alexis Smith, Buckeye softball
18.-24. April: Makayla “KK” Boschert, softball Oak Hill
April 25 – May 1: Logan Calcote, Rosepine baseball