Diamond Jays Enjoy a Gem of a Weekend: Jesuit Goes 4-0 at Jay Patterson Shootout
With Wins Over East Ascension, Dutchtown, St. Amant, & Destrehan, Jesuit Rides a 7 Game Winning Streak
Jesuit vs. East Ascension, 6-0
On Thursday night, the Blue Jays defeated the East Ascension Spartans, 6-0. in the opening round of the Jay Patterson Shootout in Gonzales, Louisiana. Sophomore pitcher Jack Burke (11) threw a complete seven-inning game, striking out 10 batters. Offensively, junior Brandon Sequiera (10) started the scoring drive with a double and then later scored on a single by Nathan Zimmer (13).
Jesuit vs. Dutchtown, 6-5
On Friday afternoon, Jesuit won a tight contest over the Dutchtown Griffins, 6-5. Senior pitcher Brett Leonhard earned his second win of the season. Offensively, senior Mitch Alexander led the team going 2 for 3 and driving in one RBI.
Jesuit vs. St. Amant, 14-1
Jesuit vs. Destrehan, 8-2
Congratulations to Jesuit’s varsity baseball team for going 4-0 to sweep the competition at the Jay Patterson Shootout this weekend. The Blue Jays are currently enjoying a seven-game winning streak.
On Saturday, the Blue Jays played two games and defeated St. Amant, 14-1, and Destrehan,
8-2, at St. Amant High School. In the St. Amant game, junior C.J. Avrard (1-1) was the winning pitcher. In the Destrehan contest, senior pitcher Cody Migliore (4-0) chalked up his fourth win this season. In both games on Saturday, junior Nathan Zimmer (13) proved to be the offensive catalyst in securing both wins by slamming a homerun against St. Amant and going 2 for 2 against Destrehan.