LHSAA Baseball Playoff Brackets Revealed For 4A Through Class C - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

LHSAA baseball playoff brackets revealed for 4A through Class C

(Source: LHSAA) (Source: LHSAA)

Here are all the local baseball match-ups for 4A through Class C:

(All match-ups projected for 4-27 except Class C)

4A

26 Leesville @ 7 DeRidder

24 East Jefferson @ 9 St Louis

3A

29 Jena @ 4 Iowa

24 Bossier @ 9 South Beauregard

19 Berwick @ 14 Jennings

2A

24 Lakeside @ 9 Rosepine

29 DeQuincy @ 4 University Lab

18 Holy Savior Menard @ 15 Kinder

31 Oakdale @ 2 John Curtis

1A

20 Ascension Catholic @ 13 Oberlin

19 Hamilton Christian @ 14 Westminster

26 Merryville @ 7 Metairie Park Country Day

Class B

28 Summerfield @ 5 Fairview

24 Grand Lake @ 9 Monterey

Class C (May 2)

12 Johnson Bayou @ 5 Reeves

14 Starks @ 3 Claiborne Christian

 

Class 4A, 3A, B and C semifinals and finals will be held at McMurray Park in Sulphur

Class 2A and 1A semifinals and finals will be held at ULM in Monroe.

Class 5A playoffs will be announced next week.

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