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Nicholls State Fall World Series Update

Senior Lance Dupuis saw 5.1 innings on the mound Friday night, fanning six

Senior Lance Dupuis saw 5.1 innings on the mound Friday night, fanning six


The ‘Prothro Persicks’ swept the baseball fall world series two games to none this past weekend, winning game one 9-3 and taking game two by a score of 1-0.

Friday evening in game one, the ‘Newman Masters’ quickly jumped out to a 2-0 lead before the ‘Prothro Persicks’ responded with three runs in the second to take the lead. The squad added to the lead with two in the third and two more in the fourth.

Senior Lance Dupuis (Crowley, La./Lurleen B. Wallace) allowed three runs through 5.1 innings, fanning six and issued just one walk as the starter for Team Prothro. Junior Jake Waddle (Waldron, Ark./Arkansas-Fort Smith) threw 1.2 innings of relief for the ‘Prothro Persicks,’ striking out three batters.

For Prothro’s team, freshman Jacob Knight (Thibodaux, La./E.D. White Catholic) went 3-for-4 with two doubles, two RBI and a stolen base. Junior Scott Moseley (Enterprise, Miss./Meridian CC) also turned in a 3-for-4 performance, driving in three runs.

Game two was a scoreless pitcher’s duel between sophomore Seth Webster (Deville, La./Buckeye) and senior Jake Parrish (Albuquerque, N.M./Northeast Oklahoma State) until junior Kevin Schlegel (Oklahoma City, Okla./Northeast Texas CC) singled in redshirt-freshman Blake Bergeron (Houma, La./Terrebonne) in the bottom of the fifth for the winning run.

Webster fanned eight batters in his six innings of work, allowing just three hits, while ‘Newman Master’ starter Parrish gave up six hits and one run, striking out four.

Senior Ryan Harding (Shawnee, Kan./Crowder College) got the save for the ‘Prothro Persicks’ with one inning of relief.

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