2014 Baseball Banquet

The PHS Baseball team held its 2014 Banquet Wednesday May 14th and Senior Austin Henderson took home top honors, Henderson was named a First Team All District 6-5A selection as an outfielder, Henderson was also named to the Louisiana 5-A All State Acedemic Team “From all of PHS Congratulations to Austin”. Joining Henderson was Sophomore Simon “Moe” Landry as a First Team All Distict outfielder, Seniors TY Landry and Brett Hutson were named as Second Team All District selections at outfield and first base respectively. Also Sophomore Collin Roberts and Junior Aaron Malik were recognized for Honarable Mention All District. “Congratulations to all of  the All District selections”

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All District selections Austin Henderson, Ty Landry, Brett Hutson and Simon “Moe” Landry

Coach Johhny Brechtel gave all of the Seniors a heartfelt send off, noting in particular his appreciation for their acceptance and the leadership demonstrated during the course of the coaching change this year, and although the season did not result in a playoff berth the team demonstrated toughness by never giving up and the lessons learned should carry over to the future both on and off the field. “Good luck in the 2015 season”

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2014 Seniors Brett Hutson, Ty Landry, Hunter Landaiche, Dain Schneider and Austin Henderson


Wave defeats Mandeville & Hammond – Fall to Northshore and Covington

The Green Wave started the week off strong against Mandeville with a 9-2 victory on Tuesday night, Just as a cold front blew through the Wave offense heated up with an 8 run 5th inning to take control of the game, The offense was led by Austin Henderson and Collin Roberts who combined for 6 hits and 2 RBI’s. The Wave got a stong effort on the mound from Colden Heckman who went the distance allowing  2 runs while striking out 4 and issued only 2 walks.

The Wave kept things going the next night with a 7-3 victory over the arch rival Hammond Tor’s. Hunter Landaiche powered the offense with a 3 hit 3 RBI effort. Collin Roberts got the win going 5 2/3 innings allowing only 4 hits by Hammond.

The Wave returned home Thursday night to face the Northshore Panthers but the offense went cold managing only 2 runs on 4 hits falling to Northshore 6-2.

The Wave headed to Covington Saturday for another heated battle with the Covington Lions. The Wave fell behind early but put up 3 runs in the top of the 4th to take a 5-4 lead, Covington tied the game in the bottom half of the inning then put up 3 runs in the 5th to go up 8-5. Thats how the game ended as the Wave could not get anything going on offense in the next 2 innings.

Ponchy will continue District play at Home Tusday 4/15 against Slidell and will then host Fontainbleau Thursday 4/17.