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#News - New Orleans & South Louisiana

UNO holds-off Virginia Tech

Posted: 24 Feb 2018 03:53 PM PST

New Orleans -- The Privateers picked-up another win in the second day of the Allstate Sugar Bowl Baseball Classic at Maestri Field. UNO defeated Virginia Tech Saturday afternoon 4-2 after beating Ball State 10-1 in their first game of the tournament Friday night.

UNO starter, Kyle Arjona did his part, only allowing one run on 6 hits in 5 innings of work. He got the run support in the form of an RBI single from Beau Bratton in the second, a solo home run from Owen Magee in the third, followed by another solo shot from Bratton in the 4th. A Darren Willis sacrifice fly in the 8th inning rounded-out the scoring for the Privateers. Bratton led the way at the plate for UNO going 3-3 with 2 RBI-- including the homer in the 4th.

Leading 3-0 through 4 innings, the Hokies slowly chipped-away at the deficit. Tom Stoffel knocked a home run of his own out of the park in the 5th, and then Cam Irvine scored on a bases loaded walk to Jack Owens. Tech trailed 4-2 into the top of the 9th and had two runners on base with 2 outs. With the game-tying runner on second, that's when UNO closer Eric Orze slammed the door. He froze Irvine on a called strike three to end the game. Orze picked-up the save for the Privateers, giving-up one hit and striking-out 2 against the 5 batters he faced in the final inning. Five UNO pitchers combined for 9 strike-outs on the day.

UNO (4-3) plays their third and final game of the classic Sunday afternoon against Iowa at noon.

Jesuit wins two Saturday in WGNO Baseball Classic

Posted: 24 Feb 2018 03:28 PM PST

New Orleans — The Jesuit Blue Jays went 2-0 Saturday in the final day of the WGNO Baseball Classic. They started the day defeating West Ouachita 5-4 and followed that up with an 8-5 win over Ruston.

In their game against the Bearcats, Jesuit jumped-out to an early lead with a 4-run second inning and then pushed that lead to 6-0 by the third. Ruston kept fighting though, chipping away with 2 runs in the 4th and 3 more in the 5th. They got within 6-5, but Jesuit tacked-on 2 more to stay out front and win it 8-5.

Highlights from the game:

The Ponchatoula Lions Club hosts Pastalaya cookout

Posted: 24 Feb 2018 01:25 PM PST

PONCHATOULA, La -- The Ponchatoula Lions Club sponsored a pastalaya cook-off in Ponchatoula on Saturday. Businesses, church groups, and families were there to cook the best pasta they could cook for a competition. Folks who went to the event didn't leave hungry. The Ponchatoula Lions members sold bowls of Pastalaya for 5 bucks. Proceeds from the festival will benefit people in in their area that in need of medical conditions

Next year they're planning for another cook-off next year on March the 9th along with a car show.

The Ponchatoula lions club is a local organization that specialized in doing volunteer work to improve their community.

The 5th Chili in the channel kicks off in the Lower Garden District

Posted: 24 Feb 2018 12:24 PM PST

NEW ORLEANS -- Folks gathered on Saturday for the 5th annual chili in the channel cook-off.

The competition is a celebration that happens in the Irish Channel neighborhood. The chili in the chili in the fest is unique in its way and it's all for a good cause.

All the proceeds will support programs for Renew School students.